Hi-Fi Music Player with Voice Recorder and FM Radio


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dodocool 8GB Hi-Res Lossless Hi-Fi Audio Player with FM Radio and Voice Recorder is a high-performance Hi-Fi digital audio player with a 2-inch professional display screen. Support DSD64, DSD128, DSD256 (.dff & .dsf), FLAC (up to 192kHz/24bit), ALAC (up to 192kHz/24bit), APE (up to 96kHz/24bit), WAV (up to 192kHz/24bit), OGG, MP3 and more mainstreams audio formats. Support TF card (up to 256GB). With the aluminum alloy shell and metal buttons, it is durable and simple to use. Portable size and high-fidelity sound reproduction make it the best choice for music lovers and audiophiles.  


Multiple Audio Formats Supported
Support decoding DSD64, DSD128, DSD256 (.dff & .dsf), FLAC (up to 192kHz/24bit), ALAC (up to 192kHz/24bit), APE (up to 96 kHz/24bit), WAV (up to 192kHz/24bit) and other lossless audio formats. Also support MP2, MP3, WMA and more mainstreams audio formats.

High-Resolution Audio Certified
Deliver high-fidelity sound reproduction which complies with the High-Resolution Audio standard (96kHz/24-bit or above) and is much better than CDs (44.1kHz/16-bit). Demonstrate subtle audio details more clearly than conventional music players. 

High-quality Material
Equipped with a 2-inch QVGA LCD display screen (320*240 resolution), it enables you to navigate the menu and relevant information easily. Provide fast and accurate operations with an advanced ARM Dual-core Cortex-M3 processor. The TI TPA6130A2 amplifier enables direct-to-battery connections without compromising the listening experience. Adopt the aluminum alloy shell to reduce external interface noises.

Support Expanded Storage
Come with 8 GB of built-in memory and a memory card slot that support a TF card of up to 256GB (TF card is not included). Easily transmit files between your PC, the built-in 8GB storage and a TF card via the Micro-USB port.

Multi-function and Multi-lingual Selection
Support music playback, FM radio, high-fidelity voice recording (up to 192kHz/24PCM), line out and TF card reading. 21 different languages are available: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian and more.

Long Playback Time 
With the built-in 3.7V 1400mAh rechargeable lithium battery, it supports up to 30 hours of music playback on a single full charge. 

Easy to Use
The auto-off function helps to prolong battery life and prevent it from impairing your hearing. With the interface detection function, music playback will automatically pause when you unplug your headset or connection line.

Brand: dodocool
Material: Aluminum alloy
Color: Grey
Display screen: 2.0 inch QVGA LCD, 320*240 resolution
CPU: ARM Dual-core Cortex-M3
Audio format support: DSD64, DSD128, DSD256(.dff & .dsf), FLAC 192kHz/24bit, ALAC 192kHz/24bit, APE 96kHz/24bit, OGG, WAV, MP3 and more
Voice recording: High-fidelity 192kHz/24PCM
FM radio: Support FM stereo radio and high-fidelity FM radio recording 
SNR: 105dB
Distortion: ±0.05% with 32mW
Internal storage: 8GB
TF card slot: Support TF card up to 256GB (TF card NOT included)
Power source: Built-in 3.7V 1400mAh rechargeable lithium battery
Charging time: Approx. 2.5 hours
Playback time: Up to 30 hours
Built-in microphone: Yes
Language: English, Korean, Japanese, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Thai, Polish, Danish, Dutch, Greek, Czech, Turkish, Hebrew, Arabic, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese,
Interface: 1 * Micro-USB port, 1 * TF card slot, 1 * 3.5mm headphone jack, 1 * Line out port
Item size: Approx. 3.82 * 2.17 * 0.51 in / 97 * 55 * 13 mm (L * W * H)
Item weight: Approx. 3.81oz / 108g
Package size: Approx. 5.12 * 3.62 * 1.81 in / 130 * 92 * 46 mm (L * W * H)
Package weight: Approx. 6.70oz / 190g

Package includes
1 * dodocool 8GB Hi-Fi Lossless Audio Player with FM Radio and Voice Recorder
1 * Micro-USB to USB Cable
1 * Instruction Manual (English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese)
  • By P*******February 10, 2018 01:00:56

    Short Review: I've had this about 4-5 months now and been using it regularly. The first couple days I had it, I really thought I would send it back for a refund, but after spending more time with it, I think it's a very good digital audio player for the price. The software is a little “buggy”, but it functions well overall. It’s better once you get to know the functions and it’s minor quirks. (Be sure to install the latest firmware, look for it on the company website.) For the price (less than a apple shuffle iThing), it’s a great deal for good sound, build quality, function and player capacity. Edit: Forgot to add, the FM radio is below average, wouldn't recommend it for radio, but I could pick up a few stations. I didn't test the Record function at all. Also, the player will "resume" where you left off on a music track, even if the player is turned off then on again. Long winded review: I bought this to upgrade a bit from the Sansa Clip style players that I already have. I wanted something with better build quality and at least as good sound as the Sansa players. This player sounds excellent, though I am not a Hi-Res Audio buff, so I can't verify it's Hi-Res claims. However, for CD quality 44/16-bit Lossless, iTunes AAC files and mp3 quality, it sounds great on my equipment. ( I do happen to have some 96/24-bit ALAC "Hi Res" audio files, though and they played the files fine). It worked with all of the audio files I tried with it, except for Ogg Vorbis. I can verify it works with FLAC, ALAC, WAV, AAC and MP3 files. The metal body and general build quality is very nice and it seems well put together. It has some weight to it, and feels nice. *It still really needs a case (I use a zipper case meant for a small digital camera) and a screen protector for the screen (I think it is acrylic, not glass). While it is sturdy, it is not something I want to drop!* The buttons I think are plastic, but still seem solid. The buttons all do what they are meant to do. The click wheel works fine, though should be moved slowly to select things. All the sockets have solid connections (the headphone jack, the line out jack, the micro usb and the micro-SD card slot). The headphones or audio cables plug in very tightly, and do not move around like on my Sansa players or my LG smartphone. A big selling point for me is the Line-out jack, not many players offer one, and it works well in the car or on my home speakers (a set of Fluance Fi50). The battery seems better than the Sansa players, but I doubt it is 30 hours. I haven't fully tested the battery life, I keep plugging it to my computer to change or add music. But it does charge quickly from any micro usb charger and can play music while charging (though not when plugged in the computer). The battery indicator could be better, it is small, no percentage, but seems accurate (when it looks empty, it will need charged soon). I think if you limit the time the screen is on, it lasts longer. I mention some issues I have had with the player below, but despite those issues, I still do like the player so far. It does it's main job of playing music very well (and the cable connections are secure). I've also not had any issues of the player "freezing" or just quitting for no reason while playing music, even for a couple hours. After reading reviews of other players in the same price range, I am not sure I could do better. Also, I like that it reminds me of "ye olde" iPod click wheel or ipod Classic players. If you get the player you will have to just play around with it to learn the settings and how the player behaves in general. The reason I give this player 4 stars instead of 5 stars: - The software in general works quite well, but does still feel "buggy". It's not horribly unusable, but it's not perfected. It does work well enough for me. For the price, I am not complaining, but it's worth mentioning. Going through the player's menus makes sense, and it's not hard to navigate. The settings work well ( I won't get into all the settings) for playback and also has a sleep timer (called simply "power off"...some of the settings have different names than I'm used to.) Anyway, it basically plays folders of music you can either set it to play one folder only, or play all the folders, repeat play one folder or repeat all folders, or shuffle one folder or all of them. There is a database function (called "playlist") that creates a basic database of the music in the folders, but it only creates the database for music on the internal player not for music on the micro-SD card, so it's not very useful as it is now. It'd be nice if the database could extend to the micro-SD card, since most of the music will be stored there. Folders were out of order (BUT I FIXED IT), may not be a problem for everybody: - Another issue I noticed right off was that after I had put music on the player and micro-SD, the folders were out of order. The folders didn't *look* out of order on my computer, but after ejecting the device from my Macbook Pro, on the player, the folders were not in alphabetical order. (The songs in the folders were in order, though.) I figured out the player organizes the folders based on the time it was added to the device. To fix this, I connected the device back to my computer. Then on the music player's folders I stored the music, I created a new folder. Then I selected all the folders, moved them into the new folder. Then I opened the new folder (on the Mac, I opened it in a new "tab"), and simply moved the folders back into the original folder. The computer put them back in alphabetical and timed order, so the player then read them in the correct alphabetical order (mostly, a couple folders were still not in order, but much better). So if anything is out of order on the player, drag-n-drop the files into a new folder and move 'em back from whence they came. - Don't use an SD-Card Reader to transfer music onto the micro-sd card. I had an issue with using my SD-Card reader on my Macbook to transfer music. When I transferred music onto my Samsung 64 GB micro-SD card using the card reader, the songs/tracks were out of order when I plugged it into the player and went to the folder. When I transferred music with the micro-SD card plugged into the player (and the player connected to the computer), I had no problems with the tracks being out of order. So I recommend ONLY copying music to with the card plugged into the player itself, not the SD-Card slot. It takes a little longer to copy the files, but the tracks should be in order. I think the problem is that the write speed is faster on the card reader, which doesn't write the tracks in the timed order that the player recognizes.

  • By C**************January 25, 2018 22:04:58

    my daughter was very pleased with this product. It was very easy for her to use she is only four as well. I was actually very shocked that she could use this all by herself after me showing her how to use it once. its a lovely size being small has she takes it everywhere. The battery is good it lasts a while, im very happy with this mp3 player and the sound quality is good and the picture is brilliant. the overall of this product is excellent i would defo recommend this product to family and friends has my nephews would love this.

  • By D*January 24, 2018 20:07:13

    This little unit arrived well packaged and it looks quite good for the money i paid. It is such a tiny Player, yet the sound from it is amazing. It is also very neat and handy to fit into a small pocket. I found more in it than I expected :) Fantastic product easy to use and great value for money.

  • By S************January 24, 2018 00:47:38

    I tried buying one of these from Amazon, but they're "currently unavailable." So I ordered one directly from China. It arrived 27 days later. Sound wise, the Dodocool is a fantastic player, whether using earbuds or hooked up to my hi fi. I fitted a 64GB micro SD card, and it swallowed up my modest CD collection with acres of room to spare. The downside to this player is its handling of folder names, especially the renaming of folders. It doesn't always play ball, and I've got stuck with a few "unknown albums." But all things considered, I'm pleased with the unit, which also sports an FM radio and a voice recorder. It is all-metal, rugged, compact, and a worthy replacement for my recently deceased and comparatively expensive iPod.

  • By D*******January 22, 2018 19:49:56

    Brilliant device, easy to set up, very cheap, good sound, just love it. The instructions aren't brilliant but once you get the gist of it, just amazing for the cost. As good as my Sony walkman so far but a fraction of the price! Don't delay, this is a great MP3 player, radio, plus other features I've not explored. As long as it lasts a while what a good buy!

  • By m*********January 18, 2018 01:50:56

    So glad I got this, I went for a 4 hour outing and the battery didnt move. Its not too heavy and once you get used to the buttons its easy to navigate. It has a nice lock feature so you can leave it in your pocket and have no interruptions. I would recommend to anyone that goes for long walks as I do.

  • By w***********January 16, 2018 23:53:15

    Excellent little mp3 player. Very sturdy and well made. Lovely sound and easy to use.. Excellent quality.Strongly recommend.

  • By A************January 16, 2018 01:18:55

    Love this small big player.. great sound, portable and easy to use... buy it worth the money.

  • By k*****January 14, 2018 22:58:24

    Built quality of this High-resolution (Hi-Res) audio player is good and is made from high quality materials. There is no plastic, everything is made of metal, apparently made of aluminum. The color display is ordinary, its viewing angles are quite small, but in this is not the main thing in audio player when all the necessary information in it can easily be displayed. It is a pity that the font of some of the displayed information is very small and cannot be increased. In general, there are some shortcoming and gaps in this gadgets software settings. For example, in the FM radio's preset mode, it is not possible to switch channels with the two round bottom buttons on the left (Previous track/Rewind & Next track/Fast-Forward). You need to go to the menu, select the item: Select Preset and only then switch to the desired FM radio channel. I think that this can easily fix it in the next versions of the firmware. I want to mention that it's convenient to press all the metal buttons. The control wheel is covered with a rubber layer and it is quite easy to turn it around with one finger, although it is still necessary to get used to it. I also note that the player cannot cope with the cue sheet embedded in one musical album image of .FLAC, .APE or .WAV files to play music track by track, so firstly it will be necessary to cut one single file into the separate track files. But after all, this is not the most important thing, because the main thing is that this High-resolution audio (Hi-Res) player produces a great sound. It does a good job even with in example 96 kHz/24 bit/3000 Kbps .FLAC files. Here in player menu is also is an equalizer with the help of you can really change the type of sound. Worth also mentioning that this gadget has a high-quality voice and FM radio broadcasting recording function. I think that for this price this is a pretty good Hi-Res Audio player/recorder device with a decent sound.

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