Originally Posted by bangraman
I have a Muvo TX. The sound quality is as good as a 'classic' D-555, only with a bit more bass (with the EQ on 'flat'). I'm amazed that I can just buy AAA's off the shelf or walk out with a bunch of rechargeable AAA's, power this thing pretty much indefinitely and refill it from my laptop (or in fact any Windows 2000+ PC) as necessary. I'm thoroughly impressed with this tiny thing.
After looking at the Creative web site, my impression is that the major difference between the TX and the N200 is that with the TX you can plug the player directly into a regular USB port, whereas with the N200 you use a cable from the N200's mini-USB to the computer's full size USB. Does that sound right to you? Also, does the above discussion of the N200 match up with the TX in other respects? I'm thinking of returning the N200 and getting a TX. It's probably a bit bigger, but the advantage of transferring music w/o the cable would make up for that (the TX is still damn small!). If there were any other advantages to the TX over the N200, that might clinch it. However, on their web site Creative uses mostly the same language to describe both products.