RCA Lyra 256MB MP3 player with FM Modulator


#1

#2

256 mB?? That’s soo much space, I could never fill this player up.

This Woot is good for people with large music collections.


#3

256MB isn’t that great, but think of it as an fm modulator with a free mp3 player.


#4

I don’t need another MP3 player. Pass.

Looks like there are 50 of these…


#5

Holds SD card for extra memory… Perhaps read first and stop tryin so hard to be the first poster…


#6

Please click on the image of the player. I love it!


#7

Shouldn’t that FM modulator be in a technology museum somewhere? maybe next to the Atari 2600 or Apple Lisa?


#8

click on the picture. lol


#9

nice unit, I thought about it 2 weeks ago when offered. But I couldn’t find confirmation that it “bookmarked” (remembered the place in the middle of a 3 hour MP3 audiobook, etc.) and I like the SanDisk’s variable fast-forward and review. (and I already had 2 FM modulators).

If you have nothing but a good supply of SD cards, and you don’t listen to audiobooks, this is probably good.


#10

I actually have one of these and I’ve been happy with it. Cheap so I don’t have to worry about breaking it and the FM transmitter works great for being cheap plastic and wires.


#11

a COMPLETE Listing of all woot-off items can be found here


#12

I got this last time it was offered, and I’m really satisfied with it. The SD card expandability really helps.

Just be careful with the belt clip.


#13

Cool concept.

Insufficient sotrage for my needs in a car.

Why doesn’t someone make an mp3 player that uses interchangeable standard memory sticks?


#14

I bought this the last time it was on woot. its small, has a screen, and can use a mem card. in my opinion, its a great woot. should sell out fast


#15

Great little player, I bought one last time around. Expanded it to 1 GB with an SD card. Holds a ton of albums, songs. Plays great, earphones that came with weren’t bad but wanted better so bought some Etymotic’s now it beats an ipod in size and capability.

Love it!!!


#16

once new item appears, and I click on DISCUSS THIS PRODUCT I get a blank page? Anyone else experiencing this?


#17

Someone have a time machine?

“Speed to first woot: 0m 0.-387s”


#18

I bought one of these earlier when it was on woot, its works well. I dont know if it was the batteries I was using in it at first, but I used the FM transmitter in my car with the volume on the Lyra all the way up and it would go through batteries in about 3 hours, however when i was using it at work with headphones the batteries lasted like 10-12 hours.

When you are browseing for songs there is a slight lag in selecting items on the screen, not much, but enough to be anoying at times.

Other than that, definately a good buy.


#19

Bought this woot a couple of weeks ago. It’s a great little player. I think RCA lists the retail price at $99. The modulator broke three days after I got it, but the player is rolling along fine. Only fits about two and half CD’s if you use high quality VBR encoding, but hey, that’s plenty, right?


#20

It has interchangeable standard SD cards. =P