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4GB thumbdrive-style MP3 player with touch control navigation
Enjoy your music and audiobooks with the small, compact TH2004R. With a direct connect USB arm, 4GB of memory, and touch control navigation, listening to your favorite tunes has never been more simple. The TH2004R features an LCD display that shows battery life, the name of the audio file you're playing, and other information that helps you navigate through your files. It comes with a flip-out USB high-speed 2.0 PC connection and built-in easyRip Media software preloaded to make loading music and ripping your personal CD's a breeze. Besides being able to playback MP3, WMA, DRM9, DRM Free AAC, and iTunes Plus (playback with free firmware upgrade), it also offers you the chance to backup your valuable media using the free 3GB online music locker from MP3tunes.
The TH2004R also includes a detachable carrying clip and earphones.
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TH2004R 4GB Digital Audio Player
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Comments about RCA TH2004R 4GB Digital Audio Player:
A few things the description should include are: 1. This device is only good for DRM free music. That means anything you buy from iTunes is useless. 2. No support for WMA files either. 3. Will not play podcasts or really long mp3's. I have updated the firmware to the latest version, and still won't work. 4. Only aac audiobooks are supported. That being said, I feel that this device is a little pricey for what it is capable of. Another issue I had was when I tried to update the firmware on my Windows 7 machine, the RCA software crashed several times and bricked it. I eventually got it to work because I still have a netbook running XP. Now on the plus side, it has a really good sound, and great volume. The built in usb plug is handy, and it runs forever on one AAA battery. Bottom line: I have a Sylvania 4gb player that is a much more featured device with better file type support, and I got it WAY cheaper.