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SUPEREYE MP3 Player, 16G Portable Lossless Sound MP3 Player with Bluetooth 4.1, Backlit Keys £18.89 (Prime) / £23.38 (non Prime) at Amazon
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SUPEREYE MP3 Player, 16G Portable Lossless Sound MP3 Player with Bluetooth 4.1, Backlit Keys £18.89 (Prime) / £23.38 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Posted 24th Oct 2019

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SUPEREYE MP3 Player, 16G Portable Lossless Sound MP3 Player with Bluetooth 4.1, Backlit Keys, Support up 64G, Music Headphones Included

This product's has good reviews including positive remarks about battery life. It’s also durable, can be played for a long time with a single charge, making it very suitable for travel. It also supports Bluetooth and can also be used as a radio, and also support e-book functions.
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Looks good but I'm becoming very wary of Amazon reviews on these sort of products. Loads of faked ones and gifts for good reviews.
Amazon really need to sort it out.
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Put the price before reduced in the next best price
Can these be RockBox'd?
Is the following worth for around £6 more:

SUPEREYE 16GB MP3 Players, 2.4Inch Large Screen Music Player with Bluetooth 4.2, 600mAh Portable Lossless Sound MP3 Player, Support up 64GB, Music Headphones Included amazon.co.uk/dp/…ERE
Ruben_FN24/10/2019 07:46

Put the price before reduced in the next best price



I've added that in now
Looks good but I'm becoming very wary of Amazon reviews on these sort of products. Loads of faked ones and gifts for good reviews.
Amazon really need to sort it out.
This looks great but.......doesn't everyone use streaming services such as spotify or Google Music and even iTunes? All of which means that their music is tied to their device and those particular apps? I understand that there are people with CDs that they might want to transfer but even still, how many people do this now?
brettytopbanana24/10/2019 09:32

This looks great but.......doesn't everyone use streaming services such as …This looks great but.......doesn't everyone use streaming services such as spotify or Google Music and even iTunes? All of which means that their music is tied to their device and those particular apps? I understand that there are people with CDs that they might want to transfer but even still, how many people do this now?


Lots of people who want high quality use flac files and keep their music on their device. I don’t think many of them would buy this though
I suppose it’d be ideal for kids that get their phones taken from them at night time.
Edited by: "Porka911" 24th Oct 2019
I still use audio , mp3, music players. Don't like just using my phone if can help it. Still like to load up my own music onto files and copy to these players, sd cards, etc
I have bought these cheap types and upto £100.... But it's a minefield.. Bluetooth, internal storage only, or external storage only, or both...Hi res, lossless, then all the files they will or wont play...Battery life, some with artwork, list goes on ....Thankfully I'm well happy with my £40 Xduoo x3. Players...No artwork , but great for everything else.
Bought. Useful for running i reckon, worth a shot anyway. Failing that will be useful for my kids in the car on long journeys.
Thanks OP
A loseless player and a player with good dac is 2 diff thing
Read the 1 star reviews before buying . They are usually the only genuine ones on Amazons 3rd party Chinese junk sellers.
Listening habits have moved on. Wouldn't get many flac or ape songs on 16gb anyway, i know its expandable by another 64gb but that's still limited.
shocking that amazon has given it lightning deal status and credibility and when it is cheap chinese tat with lots of fake reviews until you filter it to show one star reviews
I have a non bluetooth lossless player made by Xduoo which is excellent but at this price I think it is worth a backup for sub £20 with bluetooth compatibility. So ordered one.
Does it even play flac files? It states mp3s which is a contradiction if it's being sold as a Hi Fi product.
gslgregory24/10/2019 11:58

Does it even play flac files? It states mp3s which is a contradiction if …Does it even play flac files? It states mp3s which is a contradiction if it's being sold as a Hi Fi product.


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Cheers. I've taken a chance on it. If the one star review is correct, it might well be going back though.
Ended now...
The Sanza Clip players are a better bet.
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