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  • This 1GB MP3 player from Creative is definitely a good buy
  • It also has FM radio with amazing reception
  • This is the ideal product for those who don't want the additional cost of an iPod and can do without extra features

    • by Learner

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      This 1GB MP3 player from Creative is definitely a good buy. Except for the somewhat small memory,its perfect for me. About the size of a chewing gum pack,and slightly broader,it’s very portable.

      Easy to use,with no additional software needed for functioning,this has a slight advantage over the iPods. Unlike the latter,you don’t need to download an application

      like iTunes.

      Its simple plug-n-play,with good old drag-n-copy. You can also use it as a disk drive.

      Besides the ease with which you transfer music,its wonderfully simple to use too. Within just four buttons- two for volume,one for power/pause and a scroller you can avail of so many functions.

      Apart from playing MP3 songs,you can classify them into ...

      • folders. The player also doubles up as a recording device.

        Recorded tracks have great clarity and are a treat to hear. It also has FM radio with amazing reception.

        Another fascinating feature is FM recording. You can,at the press of a button record and store live radio broadcasts without another radio.

        I’ve not seen this anywhere else and

        found it very practical and useful. The most striking thing,though is that I find the sound quality better than the iPod Nano.

        This is the ideal product for those who don’t want the additional cost of an iPod and can do without extra features. Yes,the MuVo TX FM is for all those who just need a portable music player with excellent sound.

    honey says :

    my creative muvo TX FM 1 gb doesn`t has the right format of music in it,but says no music when start,other things are working properly.I don`t know what to do.what I must download to make it right?
    John says :

    Which program are you using to copy music to the device? I would suggest copying the files directly to the devices using Windows, to determine if it’s an application problem. To do so, click on start and then click on computer. Double click on the music player, which should be listed here. Copy and paste your files to this screen. Then hit copy.
    Galega says :

    This problem generally happens when the MP3 file is that of unsupported. That’s not your concern as you are sure about the format of song file. The next step is to check the viability of the file. In many cases, the file got corrupted. A corrupt song file, even if in right format, won’t play. It is also possible that entire file has not been downloaded. You can check it by playing another song.
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