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Monday, February 28, 2005
Teac MP-200 MP3 Player

1. Introduction

Teac MP-200 MP3 Player


Lately, the gadget market has been swamped with small-size memory devices that can be used for a multitude of purposes: playback/record audio, store/exchange data, listen to radio. Memory sizes initially were small, but as memory technology progresses, we can see today such devices produced with capacities reaching up to the order of a few gigabytes. Many devices exist on the market today that combine many of the features mentioned above. One of these devices is the MP-200 MP3 Player from Teac that arrived in our labs for review.

With dimensions of 71 x 32 x 15 mm, a weight of around 24 grams(w/o battery) and rectangular in shape, the Teac MP-200 MP3 Player is a small device that you can easily pop in your pocket, hang on your keychain, or by using the included necklace earphones, hang around your neck. The player provides more than 4 hours of music listening and can reproduce files encoded in the MP3 and WMA formats.

The full graphics organic LED / panel with 128 x 64 dots, provides status information. New music files can easily be copied to the player without using any special software. The player is recognized automatically as a removable device by recent versions of Windows OS (2000/XP), and you can use it immediately from the moment you plug it in. The Teac MP-200 MP3 Player can also be used as a recording device, allowing more than 4 hours of voice recording.

We'll begin with a detailed features and specifications list:

- Features & Specifications

Part No. MP-200-256/ MP-200-512/ MP-200-1GB
Memory Built-in flash memory
Capacity 256 MB for Audio or Data Files (512 MB/1 GB models also available)
Power Source 1xAAA Battery
Output Stereo Headphone(Stereo Mini-Jack) 5mW x 2
Dimensions 71x32x15mm
Weight 24 grams w/o battery (35 with battery)
OLED Display Full graphic Organic LED / Panel 128 x 64 dots
4 line / 2 color OLED display
  MP3 / WMA playback
  High quality DVR recording (128MB/8hr, 256MB/16hr)
  Supports Lyrics display
  Line-in encoding to WAV file directly from CD & Audio source
  Remote control
  A-B repeat /Repeat 1 / Repeat All/ Repeat Random
  portable storage device
  No driver required under Windows 2000/XP/ME
  Firmware upgradeable
  ID3 TAG display
  Equalizer mode: 5 presets (normal/rock/jazz/classic/pop)
  more than 12 hours with one AAA alkaline battery (continuously)
  Silver colored
  USB 2.0
Package includes - Teac MP-200 MP3Player
- USB connection cable
- Line-in cable
- Stereo earphones
- Remote control
- Neck strap
- Carrying pouch
- CD driver disk
- User manual
- 1 AAA Battery

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