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Phillips GoGear SA52

Updated on June 10, 2009

Phillips unveiled the 4GB GoGear SA52 PMP in the year 2008 with the assertion that it “brings sound back to music”. A strange statement it may be, but the smart portable digital media player, a new edition to the GoGear family, is another feather in their cap and it is not just any mp3/mp4 player but a revolution of its own. The sleek body is power packed with the latest audio technology and video transmission.

Phillips GoGear SA52

The GoGear SA52 boasts of converting regular playing sounds into CD-quality polyphonic tones through its controversial “upscaling” technique. The special “Full Sound Technology” with the Digital Signal Processor brings you exceptional quality compressed sound by picking up the compressed file and adding sonic improvements to the audio tracks making them sound like the uncompressed or CD-quality adaptation. The flash audio player hence gives you a live performance experience.

The video picture clarity is just as remarkable. It is supported by advanced formats such as the mp3, WMA and AAC which make viewing and listening experiences enjoyable.

The 4GB storage capacity of the SA52 allows you to store up to 1000 music tracks. Apart from this the 2.8” QGVA LCD screen displays perfect picture clarity. The ‘Super Scroll’ feature helps you locate what you are looking for in an instant. It enables you to go through your playlist scanning one song or video at a time and select the song of your choice in the catalogue.

The strength of the battery is powerful enough to playback 25 hours of music and five hours of video playback on a single charge. It also has an FM radio with RDS and an in-built microphone that can be used as a Dictaphone. It comes complete with high-definition headphones presenting Turbo Bass air vents for intense bass performance and crystal clear sound production.

Both the models are compatible with BBC iPlayer thereby making it easy to download BBC Television and Radio programmes for viewing or listening to at a future date. So if you have missed your favourite programme on the BBC TV or Radio channels, you know that you can count on your Phillips SA52 to store that particular programme for you. As streaming is not possible without an Internet connection you can only download or ‘sideload’ your favourite show which has been streamed onto your PC from the BBC website, onto your media player.

Available in the UK at the cost of £79.99 for the 4GB SA5245 and £99.99 for the 8GB SA5285, the models can give rivals a run for their money.

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      Alexa4hh 7 years ago

      I have one of this beauty.I have it for 2 years and it still works awesome..I so loooooove it.I care about it more than I care myself.It`s my life :X:X:X