"Probably the BEST Flash based MP3 player!"4.5 starson by djharryg
Pros: Flash based, great display, tons of functions, PLAYLISTS
Cons: Using Rhapsody to synch the player.
Summary: Having just purchased the big brother of this model, I decided to purchase this one too. It is very sleek looking. Very well built. The buttons give a nice "click" when using them. The display is crisp, and nice on the eyes. The menu is very easy to follow. I didn't even need to read directions to use it. The sound is spectacular. You will not believe the sound coming out of such a small package. The FM radio is the best I have ever heard from a portable device.
Now the bad... The use of Rhapsody to load playlists onto this unit, and the big brother of this unit is a bit buggy. If I could get Rhapsody even to the point of creating a playlist, getting it into the player is another story. Sometimes they make it to the player, sometimes, not. Sometimes they are named correctly, sometimes the name defaults to "unknown". Sometimes you turn the player off, then back on, and the playlist is gone. Insignia support tries their best. They are immediately responsive. I feel it's a simple firmware fix, and the player is awesome. Of course if you don't need playlists, then disregard.
This is a great player. One of the best I have ever had. It's a bit small, but that's a benefit. I even use it for audio books. I like that you turn the player off, then on later, and it remembers where you left off.
A nice alternative to the IPOD line in my opinion.Updated
The "playlist" problem was not with the Amigo unit. That one is fantastic. The playlist problem was with the model, NS-DV2G. Also a fantastic unit. The scroll wheel works great. It's just a bit buggy regarding the playlist function. It could be due to Rhapsody software. I don't know....