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Rather than transplant them all across and make the NX look a little too congested, Creative has decided to incorporate a jog dial to nz some of the more advanced features.

Creative MuVo player models – Wikipedia

Microphone Microphone Form Factor. Of course, that all depends on the encoding rate. Good sound, good features and even better, has that wow factor to impress your mates. Another little feature that’s sure to impress. Make a mini boombox DIY: What’s unusual for a Mb player is the addition of a USB2.

Creative Nomad MuVo NX (256 MB)

Voices were generally clear and distinguishable from one another. The package comprises of the MB MuVo NX unit, 2 battery compartments that are presented in either silver or red it’s nice to have a choice, don’t you think?

Leaning over the back of the PC isn’t all that much fun. That’s just a little heavier than the original MuVo and a number of Sony Network players, but the NX now sports one of the chief features missing on the original; it now has a small LCD screen incorporated into the sleek unit. The see-through box provides more than adequate protection against transit knocks and scrapes.


The packaging is first class. The NX, once incorporated back into a battery compartment, switches on via a 3-second depression of the power button that you can see at the bottom of the upper right-hand picture.

All told, with mx battery compartment in place and an AAA battery in situ, the MuVo NX measures 74mm x 36mm x 14xmm, and weighs in at around 43g, including battery. Headphones Sound Output Mode. Pushing the scrolling wheel down into the MuVo highlights a number of options available, some of which are shown on the right-hand picture.

But if you’re still in the market for a dedicated music player, there are still some worthy options out there. Both are able to hold a single AAA battery, and both provide a small loop to attach the MuVo to a necklace and slim keyring. Our sample, as you can see, contains MB of flash memory, which has more uses than originally meets the eye. The screen is creatiive little small, and may cause problems with those whose eyesight is less than perfect.

With a bit of dabbling, the MuVo NX MB offers all the options associated with a full-size player, including song repeat, folder repeat, shuffle, and shuffle repeat. It’s a shame that Creative didn’t bundle in an USB extension lead.

Creative MuVo player models

Click to find out more. Supported Digital Audio Standards. Apple’s iconic iPods are going away. Sony’s Android-powered high-res audio player sounds great, but it’ll cost ya Sony’s Android-powered high-res audio player sounds great, but it’ll cost ya by Ty Pendlebury. Creaitve we liked the MuVo NX we only see this as a good thing.


One can also delete unwanted files and undertake rudimentary editing from a separate section – important if you’re doing it on the move and have no access to a computer.

For the size, the creatjve does come across rather small, although measuring it up against other MuVo players in the range you realise it’s the same screen found elsewhere. To be fair, each preset does sound different from the rest. The iPod changed the world.

That clears the way for just two buttons that act as volume controls. Top power packs for phones and USB-C laptops.

The scrolling wheel cycles through the tracks and also works as a fast forwarding tool by holding on to the scrolling, either towards the left or right, for a short while. Run Time Up To.

If you’re among the admittedly select few mourning the passing of Apple’s little MP3 players, fear not: