Intel Pocket Concert 128 MB
Product Type: other MP3 players
Description:Model ID IDAP1128FMEUR / Intel Pocket Concert - Digital player - WMA, MP3 - metallic silver / Amp up your favorite music with the Intel Pocket Concert Audio Player. It combines Intel performance and intuitive software to deliver big, crystal-clear, totally skip-proof sound for ... more
Intel Pocket Concert 128 MB ... listening at your PC, on your home stereo, in your car, and on the go. The Intel Pocket Concert Audio Player supports MP3, WMA and future audio standards. The Intel Pocket Concert Audio Player is engineered for your ears - and designed to fit right in your pocket.
Newest Review: ... the portable radio I have. However, if you live in the Outer Hebrides you may have a problem because it has no aerial. The ... more
Customer Intel Pocket Concert 128 MB Reviews (4)
by - written on 18/01/02, updated on 18/01/02 (Useful, 110 readings)
I was given this MP3 player as a Christmas present, I hadn't really considered getting one but now I have one, I couldn't do without it. The software that it comes with to transfer MP3's onto it is really easy to use, and when you first get the player, it has some helpful advice already loaded for you to listen to (much easier than an instruction booklet). The storage space is huge, and you can hold up to 6 CDs worth of music. The player itself is well designed with all the features easy to use and understand. As well as playing MP3s, it also has an in-built FM radio. Although some people have criticised the sound quality of the radio, I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/02, updated on 18/01/02
There are many rumors and myths about this product mostly in magazine write ups so I'm writing this review to sort everything out. The dreaded hiss - Firstly YES there is a hiss, but its so quiet it really is barely noticeable, listening to the player WHILE the USB cable is plugged in makes this hiss 100 times worse, so the rule is, unplug the USB cable. FM Tuner - Unfortunately, the FM tuner isn't much good, it claims that it is tuned in Stereo, but the reception is poor - having said this, you can still make out everything that is being said/ played, there is just a lot of static. Software - The included software is excellent it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/01, updated on 25/11/01
The Intel Pocket Concert is my first MP3 player and I was apprehensive before I bought it because I am not techno-savvy. Prior to the purchase I already had managed to rip 1,500 songs from 250 albums to my PC (via Creative Labs software). Given that I am not techno-savvy, I was most unimpressed with the Quick Start guide which omitted to mention the following key matters: 1. You donīt have to transfer all existing ripped files to MusicMatch to start using the player. The Concert will happily accept whatever mp3 files are stored in your PC, irrespective of which software platform you used to rip them. 2. It failed to mention that to transfer ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/01, updated on 24/01/05 (Very useful, 389 readings)
This audio player really is the dog's doodads. No, really. Let me explain why, in words of less than seven syllables. 1. It's made by Intel. WHO? Intel, y'know. OH. THE CHIP PEOPLE? The very same. RIGHT. Okay, so probably not the top of your list, but Intel generally seem to know what they're doing. In this case, it means they've the support and marketing clout to make this little player a success. 2. It has 128 Meg inside it. WAIT, HANG ON, NO MEMORY CARD? No. BUT... BUT... You don't need one. Intel reckon you'd never buy one anyway. TRUE ENOUGH. Indeed. Instead, this player ... Read the complete review
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