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About this product
- Product InformationThe GoGear Raga SA2RGA music player from Philips lets you play a wide range of media formats - MP3, WAV, WMA, FLAC, and APE. Supporting ID3 tag, this Philips digital media player displays Song title, artist, and album details on the 2-inch LCD screen having a resolution of 128 x 64 pixels. Equipped with 4GB NAND Flash memory, this Philips music player can store up to 900 tracks. The built-in digital sound processor in the GoGear Raga SA2RGA delivers richer and deep bass. With Philips Song Bird, a powerful and intuitive music management feature, this Philips digital media player helps you locate and sync new music styles and artists via websites and online music and media shops. This Philips music player also supports FM radio and FM recording for additional entertainment.
- ModelGoGear Raga SA2RGA
- Storage Capacity4GB
- Audio Supported FormatsAPE,FLAC,MP3,WAV,WMA
- Battery Run TimeUp to 22 Hours
- Exterior ColorGray
Audio / Video Capabilities
- MP3 Bit-Rate8 kbps - 320 kbps
- Max Video Resolution128 x 64
- Screen Size1 Inch
- Width1.69 Inch
- Depth0.54 Inch
- Height1.81 Inch
- Weight1.06 Oz
- InterfacesUSB 2.0
- Additional FeaturesFM Radio,FM Stereo Tuner
- Supported Power SupplyInternal Battery,Rechargeable via USB cable
- Battery TypeRechargeable Li-ion Polymer
- Storage TypeBuilt-in Memory
- Number Of Songs900
- Frequency Response20-18000 Hz
Most relevant reviews
- gerardo1973Feb 08, 2012by
I highly recommend, absolutely love mine!!
I've been wanting a MP3 for awhile & did quite a bit of research. This Philips GoGear had good feedback, I like the small size & the arm-band makes it easy to have when I'm working. I really like the display, it will read the song names & artists. I debated on the fact it charges the battery from the computer & not having one that just took regular batteries, but it holds a charge for quite awhile (think upwards to 20hrs.)so am happy with that. It doesn't take very long to recharge either. You have to download Philips's songbird, which was simple, then you can download or copy the music to that, then it will automatically upload to the GoGear when its hooked up to the computer (I usually have mine already plugged in to charge while I'm looking for new music). It also has where you can download audio books too, which is cool but I haven't used it, and has alot of downloadable space, 4GB. Its also amazingly loud for such a little thing. I have no complants, I did find that the headphones that came with it were uncomfortable, but thats a personal preference. I would buy the Philips GoGear Raga again in a heartbeat and recommend it highly! Read full review
- bettyscrazyFeb 03, 2011by
I love it!
It's light, compact (as in fits in the palm of your hand!) and is great choice for those of us who have better things to do than weigh ourselves down with a bunch of 'bells and whistles'. It comes with an armband, which I love because I jog; and the power button is on the bottom- which you just slide to the right and hold for a few seconds to power the unit either on OR off. This means you there's no accidentally hitting buttons and then finding out later the dang thing's been on for the last three hours... But to keep from accidentally blasting yourself (or to keep little fingers from changing the settings) while the unit IS on, you just pop the very same button over to the left. Wallah! It's locked! Even without the bells and whistles, this is no Plain Jane mp3 player. In addition to holding your downloaded music, it has an FM radio. Good for me because sometimes, I get sick of my own music. (Then I get sick of the radio and switch back...) It also has a voice recorder. You can change the settings which includes the play mode (shuffle or no shuffle), the theme, (background color) and there's also a sleep timer. The sound is good with the included speakers which are the one's that wrap around your ear- which is also good for jogging. (Don't have to worry about earbuds suddenly popping out and when I'm 'in the zone'.) To charge up your Philips GoGear Raga, you just plug it into the USB port on your computer via the little USB cord that comes included. All drivers are loaded to your computer the first time you plug it in. I've read some people had trouble importing music to their player but I just plugged in the player, opened up my music file and right clicked on whatever selection then went down to the 'Send to' option. The mp3 player shows up by name and that's where I send it. I know people have different computers that do different things but that's how I got my mp3 player loaded with all my favorite tunes! All in all, I love it. Good quality, not overly expensive and still gives you the option to personalize it to your tastes. And lastly but not 'leastly', the sound is good. I'm pleased with my purchase. Read full review
- chrisredfield41...Sep 05, 2011by
Great product and value for price range, aslo easy to use and operate.
Its a good cheap, and small mp3 player. I found it perfect for its compact size and the extras it all came with for the price I was looking at spending it for. I wanted one that would be good enough for my gym workouts and have a band that wouldn't be bulky or annoying during so. So this came out to be a good purchase of as 9/5/11.
- paulmkelleyFeb 08, 2012by
Great mp3 player that just plays music and is easy to use:o)
I love this little thing. It is about 1/3 smaller than the Vibe my sister has, and has everything I wanted. It plays music and has a radio. I'm glad I found the simple device that I was looking for. If you want pictures this is not for you, but if you want an easy to use mp3 player that plays music it's just the ticket. Very easy to use and add music to. I would definately recommend.
- elitebuyer007Jun 06, 2011by
Takes a bit to get use to but good product. Seller fully meet expectations.
Question 1: "Why did buy the product?" Because, I wanted an mp3 player. Question 2: "What do you like and dislike about the product?" I like the price I paid. Dislike how small it actually is. Question 3: "How does this product compare to others?" It's a downgrade... That said, I only wanted to listen to music so it meets my desires.