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About this product
- Product InformationTurn on the Coby MP601 digital media player to enjoy your favorite MP3 or videos on the go. View images in crystal clear clarity on the 128 x 128 pixel, full-color CSTN LCD screen of this Coby digital media player. The ID3 and LRC support in the Coby MP601 digital media provide song and lyric information display. Transfer digital media files instantly, using the 2.0 Hi-Speed USB of this Coby digital media player. The 340 mAh integrated rechargeable Lithium Polymer battery of this Coby MP3 player delivers a superior playback time of up to 12 hours, on a full charge. The Coby MP601 media player, loaded with multiple OSD menu language, enables you to access applications with ease in any language known to you.
- Storage Capacity4GB
- Audio Supported FormatsMP3,WMA
- Video Supported FormatsMTV
- Battery Run TimeUp to 12 Hours
- Exterior ColorBlack
Audio / Video Capabilities
- Max Video Resolution128 x 128
- Screen Size1.44 Inch
- Depth0.4 Inch
- Height3.2 Inch
- InterfacesUSB 2.0
- Additional FeaturesFM Radio
- Supported Power SupplyInternal Battery
- Battery TypeRechargeable Li-ion Polymer
- Storage TypeBuilt-in Memory
- Number Of Songs1000
Most relevant reviews
- pilgrimlifeMar 15, 2016by
Nice and easy to use with awsome features!!
My husband uses it in his work truck with lots of dirt and dust and they still hold up!!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: New
- 2013khDec 30, 2015by
Fast Service, Great Product, *****
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: New
- norimaki105Jul 01, 2011by
Good value for your money. Not the best, but still gets the job done!
I've had this for about a week now, and I'd say it's pretty good. Also being an owner of Apple products, this may sway my opinion of this media player a bit. First of all, the size took me by surprise. I thought it would be like the size of those 3rd gen Apple iPod nanos, but it's actually almost half the size and weighs so little. Because of that, it may be more fragile than Apple products, so this is something I wouldn't recommend dropping on the ground (but of course, you wouldn't want to do that in the first place anyway). Next, the controls are pretty nice. They're easy to go through, even though it may take a couple minutes to learn, as you would with any other brand new product. Even a technology-illiterate person would know how to get around it; I'd say its easier to cruise through than Apple iPods. One problem that I have with this media player in comparison to Apple iPods is that when you're trying to listen to music is that when you play a song, then go to the menu to check out other stuff, the music immediately stops playing. So if you're going to do anything on this device, you'd have to do it one at a time. For examples, if you want to look at pictures, you can look at them. If you want to listen to music, you can do that too. However, you can't do both at the same time. Another problem I've come across for art-sensitive people is the resolution on the screen. Of course it's not all that high-def., so the album art shows up really small and pixel-like to the point where you can't recognize what it is. Also, since the screen is so small and lacks high-resolution, I wouldn't recommend trying to watch movies/videos on it. However, a plus for this device is that when putting media on it, it comes to be very simple. You just plug it in, open up a window on your computer, and drag and drop files. I find this to be MUCH easier than having to download iTunes, then having to load everything on that library BEFORE you can put it into your media player. The battery also lasts quite a good amount of time, considering how small it is. But I can't really say much since I've only had this about a week, and listen to it about 1~2 hours a day. The battery icon at the top still looks full, so let's see how long this will last! In conclusion, this is pretty much like one of those popular Apple iPods, just with a few minor differences, and also in a more degraded version. On the bright side, it's MUCH cheaper, the money is worth the buy, and I would highly recommend this to anyone that is looking for something small, lightweight, cheap, and wants to listen to music on the go. Plus, maybe the side of being able to carry small pictures with you! This media player does exactly what it was made to do, so why not go for it if you have an extra $25 to spare, and need something that will hold your 2000 songs/etc?Read full review
- airplanebob0320Jul 25, 2011by
Good for kids...
I love this MP3 player as I can put as much more music on it than my previous player. Also, the battery has a much longer life and I love not having to always charge the battery as I listen to music a lot.. The downside was, not only could I not make different playlists, but I can't even organize any of my music on this player. I have downloaded the manual and see no option to even put my music in alphabetical order. This being the case, I am looking for one where I can organize my music and giving this one to my son. Another drawback is my previous play had a clip to attach to something to keep from dropping it, but I was able to find a skin to put it in to protect it.
- floriduhhMay 08, 2012by
Outstanding player for the price
Very easy to use. Battery life is around 15 hours. USB connection makes it easy to download window media music fast. Great sound from earbuds included. I bought it to use to listen to music as I walk and around the house. I have it in a cell phone belt holder and can adjust sound and change songs very easy while walking. I have to use crutches to walk and it is no problem to change songs or volume. A great piece of equipment for the price. My first MP3 player.