The Hydra MP3 player from Ultra is much more than ‘just an MP3 player,’ it’s also a voice recorder, FM radio and has tons of great features and drag-and-drop convenience.
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What an amazing video! You wouldn’t think such a small device would have such a great read out. I always gloss pass the voice record feature with a “who needs it” attitude, but watching the handsome young man in the video describe its uses makes me keenly aware of how I could use it. Note that parking space in the garage. As, the young man said, preserve the phone number you saw on a car or billboard…even recording the sound of your brats crying so you can remind your husband of what you’re putting up with when you shlep the kids. Plus, the Ultra Hydra is a great looking little player. And for that price tag? Hey, it’s Christmas time (Chanukah for me and my tribe) and I’m going to get a few for stocking stuffers (for my not-tribesmen friends and their kids) and one for myself.
Do you do impressions?
And wouldn’t that handsome young man make an excellent mime?
I recently purchased the Hydra and I am returning it. I think that they need to be more upfront with the fact that it will not play any protected songs, so if you belong to a music site (i.e. napster, yahoomusic…) you can’t listen to any of those songs.
Anyone have a problem with the unit not turning on? It worked for about a week.
Now when it powers up, the hourglass appears and then shuts off. Changed out the battery and I still have the problem
Ya i have the same problem ive spent hours online searching for the solution all i find is the quistion no answer if u have any answers please help me out.
Also having the same problem. Hydra should make good on this since so many of us seem to be having this issue!
It’s pretty easy to get the Hydra back, but you’ll lose the data. In most cases, this means you’ll just have to reload your songs. This happens when you try to turn the unit back on without replacing the battery, after the system shuts down from low battery. What I’ve done successfully several times is to attach the unit to the USB port of my computer(You can take the battery out of the unit). It will say “reading” on the screen for a while, then go to ready. If you try to open the drive at this point, you’ll get a corrupted file message. Instead of opening, right click on it and be patient, wait for the Windows hourglass to go away. If you aren’t prompted to format, open the “file menu, and select format. I did not do a quick format. I reformatted the Ultra in this fashion, and it works fine. Oh yeah, and quit trying to turn it on when it has a low battery.
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