Victure M6X 16GB Bluetooth MP3 Player
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I did not think that in 2020 that anyone still used MP3 players but if it looks like they do and if this new model from up and coming brand Victure is anything to go by then they still have plenty to offer.
The shirt pocket-sized device has a glossy, upmarket finish to it and supports TF cards up to 12Gb in addition to the 16Gb internal memory. It comes with a sports armband, headphones, carry bag, audio cable, charging cord and well written and easy to read User Guide. Build quality is excellent and the little has a distinctly upmarket feel to it. The supplied in-ear headset is of better than average quality but the player can deliver better results than they do justice to.
Below the bright and snappy 2" colour TFT screen are touch screen navigation buttons for Menu, Back, Up, Down, Play/Pause, Previous/Rewind and Next/Fast Forward. On one side of the unit is the TF card slot and on the other proper clicky buttons for Volum Up and Down. On the base of the unit are the headset/audio out socket, USB port and Power/Lock button. On the back is the speaker grill and Reset access port.
The device uses an integral polymer lithium battery charged through the micro-USB port (which can also be used for OTG file transfers to a smartphone or computer) with a 1.5- 2-hour charge giving a claimed 30 hour playback time. It comes with 16GB of internal storage and up to a further 128GB can be added using the micro-SD card slot.
There are a range of other features supported by this device some of more use than others. They include a pedometer, FM radio (you can record live off-air, which is good), video player (AMV, 128 x 150 only), audio recording, Ebook reader, Stopwatch, Alarm, File Manager, Bluetooth Manager. They do all seem to work but some are far more useful than others. Video playback does work but the low screen resolution and limited file formats make this not worth the effort. Ebook playback does work and the screen is bright and with good contrast but again the small screen size makes this not very practical. FM Radio works fine, using the wired headset as an antenna. Audio recording works but is best used for note-taking rather than music recording. Bluetooth headphones and speakers work well and are easy to connect in the usual way but it is a pity the latest Bluetooth 5 system is not used.
Audio quality, the main requirement for an MP3 player, is excellent. The menu system is good and easy to negotiate to find the tracks and albums needed. The screen displays the album cover if this is included in the selected file folder. The built-in storage is enough for a vast number of songs in standard format and music can be listened to whilst browsing folders, images and ebook files on the device. Personally, I use it with Bluetooth headphones for MP3 playing. the other features either not of interest to me or not worth the effort of configuring.
If you are one of the perhaps growing number of people that favour a dedicated player for the music, then this new, compact and stylish device may be for you and at £27.99 it will certainly not break the bank.
Good Build Quality
Good Audio Quality
Limited Video Capability
No Bluetooth 5
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Music: YouTube Audio Library: Endless Love: Old Vienna
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