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Surfans F20 HiFi MP3 Player with Bluetooth

Lossless DSD high resolution digital audio music Player, high Res Portable audio Player, all major Lossless music formats, Surfans F20 HiFi MP3 Player, uninterrupted high Res audio, , double way Lossless wireless Bluetooth transmission, Humanization design

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Reason to Buy

  • The DSD decoding technology reduces distortion and provide high-speed transmission
  • Features distinctive ALPS scroll control wheel that offers fluent operation
  • The micro SD card slot supports up to 128 GB and can store up to 14,000 songs

Minor Drawbacks

  • Volume may not be loud enough

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About Surfans F20 HiFi MP3 Player with Bluetooth

The new player has a slightly tighter headphone jack, just plug it with pressure and it will be easier to plug in after few uses. F20 uses the MTP protocol and couldn't be properly recognized until the driver was installed, please make sure it's under USB mode, then connect it to computer to recognize it, and then use it as USB DAC, if you want to use drag and drop a file, set up at USB Mode. F20-Faq: 1. How to access the storage/SD card the player doesn't work with iTunes. It can be used as a computer decoding amp to improve the transmission of sound via Bluetooth 4.0 transmission, or as an amplifier to wirelessly connect with a smartphone. Aptx decoder technology for low latency transmission is used to create the Sense of Living Concert 2-Way Bluetooth Transmission F20 player can either work as a signal transmitter to connect to Bluetooth headphone, speaker or use as receiver amp - wireless connects to smartphones. It can work either as a transmitter or receiver to USB OTG port can achieve larger storage expansion to 128GB. The system can handle up to 14999 songs and 256GB of storage in a package.

Analysis of 200+ reviews for Surfans F20 HiFi MP3 Player with Bluetooth


BestViewsReviews analyzed 112,698 reviews for 199 products in the MP3 & MP4 Players category.


We analyzed a total of 255 reviews for this product out of which, 0 reviews were received in the last 6 months.


The analysis indicates that around 100% reviews were positive while around 0% of reviews had negative sentiment.

BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Surfans F20 HiFi MP3 Player with Bluetooth


This product received a total score of 9.50 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 10 features:

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  • Controls and mechanism
  • Customer support
  • Design
  • Easy to use
  • Overall performance
  • Sound quality
  • Value for money
  • What users have to say about Surfans F20 HiFi MP3 Player with Bluetooth

    This player is superior in terms of functions and user interface, so I give it four stars.

    I like this product because it works well and has an easy grip.

    Modern mp3 players are better at storing your entire music library at a higher bit rate and providing you with higher quality music that you can take with you on the go.

    I prefer playing this product's media over my computer, but since purchasing it, I've fallen in love with it.

    This is an excellent way to discover new music while at work or away from your library; I am very impressed with the player and eager to see how it performs.



    I am trying to understand the different play modes, but it seems to show me 5 different ones, and in the form of symbols. Please explain them?


    In the Play Mode, set the order in which the songs are played.


    I want to shuffle all my albums at once, can this mp3 player do that?


    I am having the same issue, it appears you can only play one album by an artist at a time.


    Can't use fat32 on any sd larger than 32gb, so are the new players allowing other formats?


    Windows makes it hard to format anything over 32gb as fat32, but exfat is very well supported now.


    Do you have to scroll through the entire list in order to find the song file, or are there shortcut options?


    Yes. That seems to be my take on it, with the folders list 1 Artist A-D 2 Artist E-H and so on, that just makes your own short list for searches.


    What do you mean by OTG?


    It is a specification first used in late 2001 that allows devices, such as tablets or smartphones or our MP3 player, to act as a host, allowing other USB devices, such as USB flash drives, digital cameras.

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