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4000 files max, Barely supports playlists, Local and Card folders operate seprately
Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2018
This thing is garbage. Don't buy one.
I know you're thinking "WOW, this device supports 128GB? I can put my entire 15k mp3 library on there!" The device only supports 4000 files max.
You're thinking, "Well surely it supports m3u playlists and my favorite software can easily export to this device". Well, that's true for the internal memory. But, for the sd card: You have to put the m3u playlists in the same folder as the music, they have to be #EXT, and they have to be generated by a program called MediaGo that's completely discontinued as of January 2018. WTF. I haven't been able to tell a big difference between their files and the ones MusicBee creates, but there must be a difference.
Maybe you're thinking, "Well, whatever, as long as I can use my playlists seamlessly then it's all good." But, no. The device only plays both files and playlists from one source at a time. That means if you want to hear a file or playlist on your sd card, then you have to choose that folder, then choose a playlist or file to play. If you want to play something on the internal memory next, then guess what... You have to choose the Local Folder and then play your file or playlist from internal memory. So, can I make a playlist on the internal memory that points to files on the external memory? I haven't been able to.
As I stated, this thing is garbage. Don't buy one.