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Philips HDD6320 30GB Digital Audio Player - £99.99 delivered (mis-price ??) !!

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Philips HDD6320 30GB Digital Audio Player is just £99.99 inc Free delivery from Amazon.co.uk Not sure if this is a mis-price :- £229 @ Argos, £199.97 @ Tesco, £210 @ Insight etc... Technical Details… Read More
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1d, 6m agoFound 1 decade, 6 months ago
Philips HDD6320 30GB Digital Audio Player is just £99.99 inc Free delivery from Amazon.co.uk

Not sure if this is a mis-price :- £229 @ Argos, £199.97 @ Tesco, £210 @ Insight etc...

Technical Details : 30GB* to store up to 15000 songs or 8400 pictures | Enjoy MP3 and WMA playback | Large backlit colour display for comfortable viewing anywhere | Touch sensitive keys for intuitive control | SuperScroll navigation finds songs in a simple, fast way | Control playback while browsing your music and photo library | Picture viewing on 2-inch 65K colour LCD | Enjoy up to 15-hour music playtime** | PlaysForSure | Auto-synch with Windows Media Player | Passive noise isolation headphones included, providing better sound at lower volumes and extend battery playtime

Manufacturer's Description : The new Philips GoGear HDD6320 30Gb hard disk drive jukebox combines a highly stylish design with an innovative interface, as well as providing compatibility with a number of the leading online music download services. The Philips GoGear HDD6320 jukebox brings a new level of ease-of-use and practical day-to-day enjoyment of listening to MP3 and WMA* music, as well as the ability to store and view photographs. The HDD6320 features 30Gb storage enough to store up to 15,000 songs or 8400 pictures. Audio, including voice memos or conversations can also be easily recorded via integrated microphones in the player, which store recordings as WAV files for playback via the headphones or on a PC.

The player features a backlit sensory touchpad and Philips acclaimed SuperScroll system for speedy and precise navigation through a music collection. Listeners can just tap or drag their finger along the touch-sensitive strip to navigate through their library of music and photos. Furthermore intuitive graphic icons, as well as album art, help illustrate menus and music tracks, while music collections are helpfully arranged into easy-to-understand categories such as Artist, Album, Genre, and Playlists. The navigation system also helps the user locate and view photos stored on the GoGear jukeboxes, enabling JPEG pictures to be shown on the large, clear and colorful backlit LCD screen. Pictures can be navigated in full screen mode or as an array of thumbnails, and can be viewed one at a time, or automatically in a slideshow accompanied by music.
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#1
Have you seen peoples reviews about the item.I wouldnt touch it with a barge-pole.
#2
Had one for around 8months now with no problems. Used each day/night on the commute to/from work and been on two holidays. Better finish then the IPOD I had a year or so ago......just to give a balance of viewpoints!

Worth £100 for 30gb storage IMHO.
#3
Amazon are charging £199 for ones with damaged packaging. Weird. Certainly a shed more than 100 sovs elsewhere.
#4
Not really what I'm after for but looked at it as maybe something to sell on eBay. Doesn't look like it's worth that either in case anyone else was wondering the same ;)
#5
willdashwood
Not really what I'm after for but looked at it as maybe something to sell on eBay. Doesn't look like it's worth that either in case anyone else was wondering the same ;)


Looks like some people have had the same idea.Look on e-bay.Selling as buy now items £149-99.
#6
Yep but a lot more around the £120 so I personally wouldn't bother for £20 or £30.
#7
Wow the reviews on Amazon really suck. Seems an amazing price though for a 30GB MP3 player. I reckon it may be one to buy express delivery if you really want it. Maybe like the 8GB ipod nano that was also a misprice.
I think it might be hard though to sell on Ebay for much more than £100.
#8
I reckon that the sales have dropped so it's a natural price reduction to be honest. If only it played Ogg I would certainly go for it.
#9
pretty average player, but if you only listen casually and aren't too bothered about features, interface etc then the price is pretty good.
#10
The reviews do average out at 4****'s which isn't bad and the player itself looks pretty good.

Thanks for the pointer edi and the feedback guys :)
#11
Was £199.99 2 days ago from Amazon - a 50% price drop on such an expensive product seems very steep, but good ;-)
#12
rayman
The reviews do average out at 4****'s which isn't bad and the player itself looks pretty good.

Thanks for the pointer edi and the feedback guys :)


LOL I was trying to figure out what rude word the filter was hiding, then I realised it actually meant 4 stars :oops: :-D
#13
I`ve just looked through the reviews on Amazon and 1 woman bought this item and it packed in working after 2 days.
She gave it 5 out of 5 stars...........
#14
This looks a good deal but I have to say that every single thing i've ever owned by Philips has been really unreliable. I've had kettles that have leaked and irons that have blown up and radios that have just packed up. So I tend to avoid the brand.
1 Like #15
Thankyou all for breaking my heart even further.

Im unfortunate enough to own this player & while it is (still) one of the most beautiful player out there but the performance if absolutely terrible!

The player syncronisation is only via WMP but the new update from MediaMonkey supports this player as well & its much much better than WMP's. No matter what I tried I couldnt transfer pictures on to the player, the screen is not that nice anyways so its no big deal. What is a big deal is the amount of time the player takes to load up or go through the playlist or worst of all, browsing while playing a song.

So in short... NOT recommend. Phillips do amazing alarm clocks but judging from this player, aweful mp3 players.

Regards
#16
Strangely enough the Philips HDD6320 30GB has been rated decent in an independent consumer magazine. With the Philips HDD1620/00 6GB taking the best buy spot with some other mp3 players.

After reading the previous post it seems safer sticking to more reliable brands.
#17
i've just ordered one even though i need this like a hole in the head. Hotukdeals is driving me to bankrupsy with these crazy deals :-)
banned#18
must resist... just bought one of those Qoolqee MP3 players. Tempted
#19
This has to have been wildly overpriced to start with - the two main players (30 GB ipod and vision m) are only 150 quid.

thats not knocking the op - its quite a drop in price - but you would need to be mad to pay the original price, what with the terrible feedback.
#21
After two previous Phillips MP3 players I wouldn't recommend them, send your money to Sony, they know what their doing!
#22
flyswat24
After two previous Phillips MP3 players I wouldn't recommend them, send your money to Sony, they know what their doing!


Cant agree with that - users report hating the sony software
#23
Software/driver information



Device Manager version 5.2 for HDD6320, HDD6330

This upgrade includes: The firmware files (version 2.4)



Benefits



The new firmware will offer the following enhancements



- Loss of content after transfer due to database corruption on the player

- Solving the problem with occasional hang up when powering on the player from standby mode.
#24
Just some advice, steer well clear. My brother had one of these and it was always sticking. Avoid!
#25
RedOnRed
This looks a good deal but I have to say that every single thing i've ever owned by Philips has been really unreliable. I've had kettles that have leaked and irons that have blown up and radios that have just packed up. So I tend to avoid the brand.

RedOnRed

I concur with your view on Philips. My iron actually exploded a hole through one of my T-shirts! Our company bought 20 Philips monitors and all but four were dud within 6 months. They're not a brand you can rely on, although when they work they are of decent quality.
#26
Is it possible the firmware update mentioned above would sort out the many problems listed?
#27
anything is possible. The firmware revisions highlight fixes due to hanging and database corruptions. Its not possible to tell if it fixesn all problems though unless someone with the latest firmware installed can comment
#28
I've had one of these for over a year now and can say that I think it's the best player I've had.
That is since the v2.4 firmware, Prior to this I had lock ups, slow response etc.

One this to bear in mind is to change the rip settings in media player so that file names are short. Long file names slow down browsing. MP3 tag name lengths do not affect browsing.
#29
cool 19phil67,

Just so everyone is aware the 2.4 firmware that Phill mentions is the latest version which comes with the Device Manager version 5.2 package for the HDD6320 that i mentioned earlier.

They also seem to be working on a newer revision which will support WMP 11 and i guess this might also fix other things if there are any other outstanding issues.
#30
Thanks for the feedback guys :)
#31
haha this pic on amazon's images almost sold it for me....:giggle:
http://ec2.images-amazon.com/images/P/B000BAABBC.01.PT04._SS400_SCLZZZZZZZ_V57310799_.jpg
#32
thekanester
RedOnRed

I concur with your view on Philips. My iron actually exploded a hole through one of my T-shirts! Our company bought 20 Philips monitors and all but four were dud within 6 months. They're not a brand you can rely on, although when they work they are of decent quality.


Yeah terrible aren't they?

God only knows where they get their stuff assembled.
[mod]#33
Thanks for this edi, still available - thanks Slick786 for the reminder :thumbsup:

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