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Yepp MP3 Player Review

Yepp MP3 Player Review - PCSTATS
Abstract: Stuffing you whole computer into a pocket so MP3's can travel along just isn't practical. Enter the portable MP3 player, and our review of the swanky Yepp.
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Filed under: MP3 Players Published:  Author: 
External Mfg. Website: Samsung May 29 2000   S. Dennis  
Home > Reviews > MP3 Players > Samsung

Using the Yepp

Is it easy to use ? Yepp! Usability stems for the limited amount of features the player offers. You can Skip, Pause, and Stop songs from a large keypad on the front. As well there is a "Seven-mode equalizer (with 3D Sound)" which is essentially a preset equalizer setting. Other options include repeat, shuffle and handy hold option. The hold option is nice if you are bumping it around. What it does is lock out the controls so it does't stop your favorite song just as it is getting good because you accidentally activate the pause button for example..

There are a few things which would have been nice to see included in the Yepp:

  • More sound settings (extra base and so on)
  • USB connection (you have to buy it as an add on)
  • Built in FM radio
  • More volume settings

 

The volume level seems to max out just before that occasionally nice "oh my I am going deaf" loud we all sometimes crave. Especially for those favorite of all time songs. Overall, the Yepp is great example of quality electronics. It has a sylish look to it, is built to take a mild beating, can be operated right out of the box, and doesn't cost an arm and leg. I'm really looking forward to the 3rd generation players when they hit the market. I would recommend the Yepp to anyone that is looking for a great 64MB MP3 player under the $250 US or $350 Can level.

3rd Generation players should be coming very soon. These players are supposed to come standard with 96-128MB of built in RAM, and be able to handle another 64-128 MB in their expansion slots. Integration of more features seems to be on the forefront of the new designs with features like infrared connections, simple games, radio, and basically anything else that can fit into the small pakage size of the MP3 players. A while back I remeber seeing that Samsung had come out with a 1.0 GB flash memory card... It would be great to see an MP3 player arrive to market with that kind of memory. Even if it was super-expensive, the lure of 1GB of stored MP3's in a skip free environment would be hard to avoid.

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Contents of Article: Samsung
 Pg 1.  Yepp MP3 Player Review
 Pg 2.  The Installation
 Pg 3.  — Using the Yepp

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