The Samsung YP-MT6Z
player has its controls nicely arranged. The front LCD screen is white LED
backlit when keys are pressed (though it looks blue here in the photos), and the joystick has a cool
blue halo around it when being used. The joystick controls the Menu, and menu
navigation, track advance, track fast forward, and the volume. Tap the joystick up and the volume is increased by
By holding the joystick down you enter into the
Mode feature which allows users to cycle through the music, FM
radio, navigation, playlist or settings modes. The LCD screen has four lines of information, including the
scrolling ID3 tag, next track name, battery live, number of songs remaining in
the folder, and audio effects among others.
On the adjacent side of the Yepp YP-MT6Z are the
microphone, record button, loop A-B button, and play/pause button. Turn the unit
on requires you to just press the play button, and after about 4 seconds of the
'system booting' the player dives right into the first track in the
list, or last one played.
The rear of the player is void of any
controls, and simply lists model, capacity, and serial number
On the last
side is the Hold button, which will prevent every other button from reacting whether the player is
on or off.
To advance or
reverse through the track listings shown on the LCD screen, or through any of the menu screens
the joystick is used. It does look pretty neat when that blue back light circles
around the key doesn't it?
To compensate for a variety of different headphone sound qualities, the player supports the standard
array of jazz, classical, rock audio presets. It also offers up SRS, WOW, and Trubass
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