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Creative ZEN 16GB MP3 Player at Amazon £89.99 Delivered!

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Creative ZEN 16GB MP3 Player at Amazon £89.99 Delivered! Technical Details * 16GB - up to 8000 songs * Battery life: 25 hours of Audio playback or 5 hours of Video playback * SD Ca… Read More
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Creative ZEN 16GB MP3 Player at Amazon £89.99 Delivered!

Technical Details

* 16GB - up to 8000 songs
* Battery life: 25 hours of Audio playback or 5 hours of Video playback
* SD Card (SD and SDHC) slot for memory upgrades
* AAC (.M4A) support along with MP3, WMA, WAVE and Audible
* WMV and DivX/XviD support (320x240)
* 2.5" Colour LCD screen
* FM Radio and Microphone
* 16.7m Colour Photo Viewer
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#1
Manufacturer's Description

Bring your media with you wherever you roam with the Creative Zen 16GB player. Watch 64 hours of videos, enjoy up to 8,000 of your favorite songs (based on four-minute tracks in WMA at 64kbps) or share hundreds of photos with your friends. And do it all on a device that's about the width of a credit card.

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A razor sharp 2.5-inch display makes your photos and videos come to life.

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Small size. Big features. All in the palm of your hand.

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Add even more storage capacity via the SD card slot.Design
The Zen sports a 2.5-inch TFT colour display with 320 x 240-pixel resolution and support for up to 16.7 million colours. This razor sharp display is packaged in a device that weighs just 2.1 ounces and measures 3.26 x 2.16 x .44 inches (W x H x D). The internal battery powers the Zen for up to 25 hours of continuous audio playback and up to five hours of continuous video playback. Use the Zen's SD slot to expand your portable media library with music, photos and videos stored on your SD card. There's also a handy built-in microphone for capturing notes on the go.

Features
Load up up your favorite songs, as well as your album art, and get going with the Zen. The device supports iTunes Plus tracks from the iTunes store and MP3 and WMA tracks. Subscription and pay-per-download music services are supported, as well. You can even tune into your favorite stations with the Zen's FM radio. The radio allows you to save up to 34 presets.
The Zen has you covered when it comes to video, too. The device supports MJPEG, WMV9 and--with transcoding--MPEG1 and 2, MPEG4-SP, DivX 4 and 5, and XviD. Enjoy purchased or rented movies and TV shows from online services. Watch home videos. Even load your Tivo To Go movies and TV shows onto your Zen.
Additional features include a clock and alarm function, volume restriction, eight equalizer settings, and a USB hard drive mode, which allows you to drag and drop files directly to and from your Zen. The Zen can also function as a handy organizer, allowing you to synchronize with Microsoft Outlook and display your contacts, calendar, and tasks.

What's in the Box
Zen player, earphones, USB 2.0 cable, installation CD, and quick start guide.
#2
Very good price for an excellent media player...voted HAWWT!
#3
Ordered, Ta :)
#4
Is it any good at playing videos?

is it still picky about format?
banned#5
I paid £99.99 for this a few weeks ago - Would amazon honour a price difference seems it's dropped £10 in price?
#6
uklad2k
I paid £99.99 for this a few weeks ago - Would amazon honour a price difference seems it's dropped £10 in price?


Yes, ringing them is the easiest way.

Just go to contact us on the website, then click "Ring me back".

Have your order number handy.
#7
uklad2k
I paid £99.99 for this a few weeks ago - Would amazon honour a price difference seems it's dropped £10 in price?


Can you give us some feedback on the product itself?
#8
may get one of these cheers m8
#9
uklad2k;2342590
I paid £99.99 for this a few weeks ago - Would amazon honour a price difference seems it's dropped £10 in price?

originally posted by ndurve some time ago...


Amazon Price Drop Refund


http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/help/contact-us/returns-and-refunds.html

:
1. Visit Your Account and look at all invoices from the past thirty days.
2. Click on the item names to pull up the current item description/price and compare to the price that you paid.
3. If you paid more than the current price, copy down the order number and go to the Return and Refunds Contact Form page.
4. Select Refund Inquiry as your subject, and check off the order(s) of interest. If you dont see the order in question listed, enter the order number in the Other field.
5. State in the comments that the price dropped, and that you want to be credited for the difference. It might help to mention the item name as well as old and new price, but Im not sure that this is necessary.
#10
This is a fantastic player for the money. You can also stick SDHC cards in to expand it past 16GB. Such a good price!

Must....resist....gah!
#11
For anyone that owns one, does it have a sleep timer function? I like to listen to music when I go to sleep.
#12
Flake99
For anyone that owns one, does it have a sleep timer function? I like to listen to music when I go to sleep.


I wouldnt think so
#13
I've got one of these and for the most part it's excellent.

The battery life is sufficient for my daily commute of 2 x 45 minute tube journeys and it charges to full via normal mini-USB within an hour.

The screen is crisp and clear with hardly any shadowing at all, even with high action videos.

All videos must be encoded before being loaded onto the player or they'll refuse to play, however the encoding process is very easy and if you download a decent xvid codec pack, you'll have no issues. Two full seasons of Southpark took 3 hours to convert and copy across. I normally do this this at night whilst I'm charging the player.

The only issue I've ever had with the player is that occassionally, if i rip and convert a xVid file, there may be an error that causes the player to blue screen and it freeze up. I can't even turn it off, so I have to leave it to run out of battery, then once it's restarted it's all fine.

I'd give the player a decent 8/10
#14
I'm not really in to MP3 players, although this looks like a good deal.

But can someone tell me why it is better to have a dedicated MP3 player in your pocket, rather than just put a microSD card in a mobile phone and use that as an mp3 player for example? Isn't having an MP3 player just another thing to have in your pockets, along with a phone, keys, wallet, bits of paper, etc...
#15
Only thing im not sure about is i have 253 itunes songs - is the only way to use those songs on this device by copying to cd and then burning them back in
#16
Sunni
I'm not really in to MP3 players, although this looks like a good deal.

But can someone tell me why it is better to have a dedicated MP3 player in your pocket, rather than just put a microSD card in a mobile phone and use that as an mp3 player for example? Isn't having an MP3 player just another thing to have in your pockets, along with a phone, keys, wallet, bits of paper, etc...


If your asking that question, then you probably don't need a dedicated mp3 player.

j
#17
dandoc2
I wouldnt think so


Most of the older creative mp3 players do have a sleep timer function, so I was erring on the side of presuming this would too. Can't find it mentioned in any reviews though.
#18
Sunni;2343570
I'm not really in to MP3 players, although this looks like a good deal.

But can someone tell me why it is better to have a dedicated MP3 player in your pocket, rather than just put a microSD card in a mobile phone and use that as an mp3 player for example? Isn't having an MP3 player just another thing to have in your pockets, along with a phone, keys, wallet, bits of paper, etc...

This one also plays DivX and XVid movies
#19
thekanester
This is a fantastic player for the money. You can also stick SDHC cards in to expand it past 16GB. Such a good price!

Must....resist....gah!


I seem to remember that if you use a SD / SDHC card its contents are not added to the library - not really an issue if you use it for vids - but not good if you want to keep your mp3 collection on the card and swap it between devices.

I agree it's a fantastic price and am sorely tempted (but i've treated myself to too many goodies lately!).
1 Like #20
For anyone that buys this, Creative are offering a free concert download for anyone who purchases a zen until the end of July. Have a look here:

http://www.creativeliveconcert.com/

Concerts to choose from include Coldplay, Gorillaz, Kylie, Lennie Kravitz, Massive Attack, Placebo, red hot chilli peppers.
#21
What's the best way of using this in the car? I'd want to encode in WAV to get the best sound quality, so need a decent system to get it through my in car CD player.
#22
Flake99
For anyone that buys this, Creative are offering a free concert download for anyone who purchases a zen until the end of July. Have a look here:

http://www.creativeliveconcert.com/

Concerts to choose from include Coldplay, Gorillaz, Kylie, Lennie Kravitz, Massive Attack, Placebo, red hot chilli peppers.


wouldnt mind that coldplay one
#23
Jedfordski
What's the best way of using this in the car? I'd want to encode in WAV to get the best sound quality, so need a decent system to get it through my in car CD player.


line in and out cable
#24
What's the maximum capacity this player will take from adding a SD or SDHC card? An additional 8GB?
#25
tooheys30
What's the maximum capacity this player will take from adding a SD or SDHC card? An additional 8GB?


24gb
#26
Anyone owned both this and an ipod touch - how do they compare - this comment is not supposed to start a fanboy thread please :whistling:

Alternatively is it worth holding out for one of the new Iphones - does anyone know if these will be unlocked easily?
#27
http://support.creative.com/Products/ProductDetails.aspx?catID=213&CatName=MP3+Players&subCatID=214&subCatName=ZEN&prodID=17108&prodName=ZEN+2GB%2f4GB%2f8GB%2f16GB%2f32GB

Lots of trouble with these, main gripe being the sd card. Doesnt integrate well with the player, no library support, and no bookmark, so if you watch a film, its beginning to end,.
Screen and size is fantastic though.
toad
banned#28
As mentioned I bought one of these and they are excellent, great easy to use player and the CD card slot is a great feature
#29
Hmm shame about the library problem with SDHC cards. If that is fixed in the next few months with a firmware (or similar) update, then I'd get one in a hearbeat. Until then, I think not. No point expanding by 16GB etc, unless you can utilise the library feature!
#30
Skor

The only issue I've ever had with the player is that occassionally, if i rip and convert a xVid file, there may be an error that causes the player to blue screen and it freeze up. I can't even turn it off, so I have to leave it to run out of battery, then once it's restarted it's all fine.


@Skor
The tiny hole on the bottom edge is a reset button. Stick a paper-clip or pin in there and it just resets, so no more necessity to wait for the battery...
(There are two good reasons why I keep a paper clip in my car - and the other is called TomTom One ;-) )

I like my Zen, but cannot use the supplied software as it locks my XPSP2 laptop as soon as I install it. It does NOT show up in Windows Explorer as a Mass Storage Device so there is no drag'n'drop. You have to use some kind of software to load it - WinAmp works perfectly for me. I use mine in-car all the time, to listen to podcasts into the car stereo via an AUX connection.
A big plus for me was a mini-USB connection for data and charging - in car I just use my Motorola bluetooth speaker charger for my Zen, phone and speaker.
#31
jurassicjim
If your asking that question, then you probably don't need a dedicated mp3 player.

j

Thanks for the immensely useful reply... :roll:
#32
juniper
@Skor
The tiny hole on the bottom edge is a reset button. Stick a paper-clip or pin in there and it just resets, so no more necessity to wait for the battery...
(There are two good reasons why I keep a paper clip in my car - and the other is called TomTom One ;-) )
.


some times the reset button is part of the freeze, hence having to wait for the battery to drain. Check out the link earlier for this and many other problems.
Dont get me wrong, superb screen, great player, just the SD card is just about useless. So buy the biggest one you want and forget the expansion bit.

toad
#33
toadoftoadhall
some times the reset button is part of the freeze, hence having to wait for the battery to drain. Check out the link earlier for this and many other problems.
toad


OK - I sit corrected. Reset has always fixed it for me (though you might ask why you need to reset it at all...).
#34
There are a few of you who own one commenting on the thread now, so could any of you answer the question I asked a few pages back:

Does it have a sleep timer function? In other words can you set it to turn off after 15 mins, 30 mins or 60 mins for example, thus enabling you to fall asleep listening to it in bed.
#35
juniper
@Skor
...It does NOT show up in Windows Explorer as a Mass Storage Device so there is no drag'n'drop...

Oh dear! I hadn't realised that. I'll scratch it from my wish list :-(
banned#36
Just got an e-mail back from Amazon, they have refunded me £10 which is great news - thanks for the advice
#37
Had mine about a week and I can easily say it's the best bit of equipment I've bought in a long while. Even the missus was watching videos on it on holiday. I found CloneDVD mobile good for converting DVDs fairly quickly.
#39
was looking at this on play.com last night but was pricey at £159.99 so this post has made the probablility of me buying this over an ipod an almost certainty
#40
All gone at this price. Now £134.95 from a Market Place seller :roll:

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