Rio PMP600 32 MB
Product Type: Rio MP3 players
Description:Memory: 32 MB / Memory upgradeable: Yes / Port: Parallel / Radio: No / Remote Control: No / Recording: No / Weight: 70 g / 98 £
Newest Review: ... a darn sight small than MP3 files so you can get about twice as much music on the Rio. Another brilliant detail on this is ... more
Customer Rio PMP600 32 MB Reviews (19)
by - written on 21/02/01, updated on 26/03/01 (Very useful, 564 readings)
If, like me, you’re only just starting to break into the dizzy world of MP3 then you’re probably finding that it’s quite a big scary place. Sure, you’ve heard of Napster and downloading songs from the net for free and even buying albums online that you can download to your PC but is that it? You have to trawl the net and spend hours downloading songs to get MP3 files? Of course not – that would be silly wouldn’t it?! Ask yourself just one question – where did those MP3 files come from in the first place? That’s right, someone has got to make them and that someone could be you!! ... Read the complete review
by yahtonie - written on 01/09/03, updated on 14/01/04
Having read some of the other reviews on this product i felt that i had to get a point across to other potential buyers. Many people seemed a bit miffed about the memory space on this item (32mb as standard). Well they have every right to be a bit miffed although i must defend this hardware. You see, i have a rio600. Yes just the basic model, but with 128mb of memory all for 95 pounds. How i hear you say. Well the secret is, as is for all technology, is to wait untill its proven it self. I bought mine off of Amazon with the free 96mb because it had been out a while and customer reviews had filter through that there wasn't enough memory. And so special offers begin to Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/02, updated on 02/10/02 (Very useful, 387 readings)
I'd been looking around for a portable mp3/minidisc so I could carry my growing collection of mp3s around with me. After much deliberating I decided to purchase a Rio 600. The main reason I bought it was due to the price reduction (Reduced from 150-ish to 60 pounds). Also, the features seemed adequate for my needs (ie One AA battery last 11 hours). After receiving the Rio, the first thing I noticed was how snugly it fitted into my hand. The design of the player is almost perfect. It really looks the business. The buttons are well laid out, and are fairly easy to press (even for my with my big fingers). The oval LCD screen is also very nicely situated. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/02, updated on 14/05/02 (Very useful, 138 readings)
Introductions… The Diamond Rio 600… A wonder of mans ingenuity, Sexy, elegant and highly sophisticated. This little beauty was the first in the Rio MP3 Revolution and with its endless array of options is it surprising that it was such a hit? My personal experience… I personally purchased a Rio 600 just over a year ago now, MP3’s had just started to become popular and the Rio 600 was an advancement in technology rarely seen before. Whilst it appears simple, and by today’s advancements I suppose it is, it really is more than its appearance might lead you to believe. In order to make it look less complicated the Rio 600 works ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/02, updated on 13/05/02 (Very useful, 170 readings)
I bought the rio 600 hundred when it first came out. And it was not an auspicious start. I had quite considerable trouble with both the device and the software. It lasted about a week before i had to take it back. It has a dual function port. You connect both the headphones and the pc through the same socket. And somehow this had failed. So i took it back and got another one. On the replaced one the headphones lasted about three weeks. which was probably for the best as they were terrible. The sound quality was okay. But it was the shape. They hooked over and around the ear and just felt like clamps.Causing a slight irritation as they rubbed my skin the wrong way. ... Read the complete review
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