Unlike the T10, the T30 has little going for it. It might be Play for Sure branded, but why you would want to play with this device is beyond us. The big attractions for this streamlined version of the iRiver T10 is its support of subscription music downloads and its price. But the T30’s simplicity will appeal to MP3 novices. The Bottom Line The T30 is a basic player by iRiver standards, but Janus support makes it an attractive flash-based device.
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Slip it into a shirt pocket, and you’ll hardly notice it’s there.
iRiver T30 512 MB Mp3 Player
Otherwise, the iRiver T30 is a pretty basic player. Verdict Unlike the T10, the T30 has little going for it. The included earbuds are above average, offering better-than-expected bass response, but they’re a bit uncomfortable.
Coming in a completely different shape to the T10 and T20 it too offers 1Gb of storage to hold the same promise of 34 hours of tunes.
Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. Poayer need to replace the battery every 20 hours means this will soon become and expensive purchase, likewise the lack of ID3 tag support, and dull design means we can’t see who this would appeal to.
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It might be Play for Sure branded, but why you would want to play with this device is beyond us. Phones, tablets, smartwatches, laptops, games and more.
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Best MP3 Players for The dull black and silver plastic case of our MB test model isn’t particularly striking–the 1GB version is a little more stunning in red–and the player lacks the joystick controls found on other flash-based iRiver devices. The Good Supports subscription WMA files; small and light; solid audio quality; voice and line-in recording.
Best power banks At 18mW per channel, playback is plenty loud with a pair of full-size Koss UR headphones.
Although the 90dB signal-to-noise ratio is the norm for this type of device, music sounds very good with a set of decent headphones. This is a little strange to us, as plaer FM tuner seems like the more basic feature to have. The Bottom Line The T30 is a basic player by iRiver standards, but Janus support makes it an attractive flash-based device. We thought that we had seen the end of drab players with lacklustre features filling irlver market.
The Bad No FM radio; occasional glitches in playing subscription downloads. Which Amazon Kindle is best for you? But the T30’s simplicity will appeal to MP3 irriver.
Unlike the more expensive T10, the T30 does include a Line in option to transfer tracks directly to the MP3 player without the need for a computer.
Lighter and smaller than the T10 27 grams and dimensions of 2. Operating the T30, however, is fairly straightforward: Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s You get voice and line-in recording, though unlike the more advanced T10, it has no FM tuner. Bandersnatch is here to cap a twisted