My Rating



  • Easy To Use
  • Colourful TFT Screen
  • Video, Audio, and Photo Formats
  • Universal Use
  • Rechargeable


  • Poor Loudspeaker
  • Supplied Earphones are Low-Quality
  • Leaves Behind Fingerprints

For today’s review I’ll be trying out the MYMAHDI MP3 Player. This little device features a Bluetooth connection, a colourful TFT screen and has 16GB of in-built memory too.

Transferring of music can be done via the Bluetooth connection, or you can use the supplied data cable and transfer music via a USB plug or Micro USB adapter.

Other features include; music playback (WMA, OGG, APE, FLAC, WAV format playback), video playback (AMV, AVI), record, FM radio, picture browsing (JPEG, BMP format), E-book, folder, alarm clock and has a stopwatch.

You can also add a Micro SD card and extend your memory to a massive 128GB.

But is this MP3 player any good? Is it easy to use? Time to test it out!

Packaging and Contents.

The MYMAHDI MP3 Player comes packaged in a plain White cardboard box. The box measures 13.0cm x 7.5cm x 5.0cm and weighs 225G. Upon opening the box you’ll find the following items; 1x MP3 Player, 1x USB Cable, 1x Micro USB Adapter, 1x Earphone, 1x Multi-Lingual User Guide, 1x Warranty Card.

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The MYMAHDI MP3 Player is Black in colour, the main materials are tempered glass and metal. The MP3 measures 10.5cm x 4.5cm x 0.8cm and weighs 100G. You get a colour TFT screen which measures 5.0cm x 3.8cm and touch sensitive user controls.

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The supplied USB cable (Which measures 80.0cm in length) can be used for both charging and for transferring music onto the MP3 player. On one side you’ll see where you can insert a Micro SD Card (Upto 128GB) for additional storage. The MYMAHD MP3 Player already comes with 16GB of in-built memory. Which is more than enough to get you started!

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On the other side of the MP3 player you’ll see two buttons. These buttons control the power on/off and the volume.

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On the end section you’ll see a 3.5mm Jack, the Micro USB Port, and an Output Speaker.

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Charging and Setting Up.

The MYMAHDI MP3 Player has an in-built battery and will require charging prior to use. You simply plug in the USB cable and plug the other end into any 5VDC power supply. You’re able to charge and sync at the same time if you plug the MP3 player into a laptop.

Charging takes around 2 hours and you’ll be able to enjoy listening to your music for around 9 hours.

To power on the MP3 player you need to press and hold the power button located on the right-hand side. The screen will light up and take you directly to the main menu. To scroll through the different options, you need to use the touch-sensitive controls and use the centre Play/pause button to enter a menu. On the TFT screen you’ll see the remaining battery level and the time (Once you’ve set this up). After around 60 seconds on inactivity the MP3 player goes into standby mode to prolong the battery life. To awake the MP3 player, you need to press the power button.

Transferring Music, Photo, Video.

This can be done in three different ways, the first being via an Android mobile phone (You’ll need to use the Micro USB Adapter), the second via a wireless Bluetooth connection and the last way is via the USB cable to your laptop/PC. For ease I’ll be doing the third option and transferring files directly from my laptop to the MP3 player via the USB cable.

When you plug the USB cable into your laptop/PC the MP3 player start to charge, after a short wait your USB Drive menu will open. you simply drag and drop files to that folder, and they will transfer onto the MP3 player directly.

You can also transfer photos and video onto this MP3 player, this can be done the same way as above for audio.

Playing Music.

Once you’ve transferred your files you can play audio via the speaker or can use either the supplied set of earphones or any pair of earphones. You can use a wired pair of earphones with a 3.5mm audio jack, or use a Bluetooth set of earphones too.

I tried to play music on the in-built loudspeaker and the sound was dreadful, tinny and basically hurt my ears. I used the supplied earphones and the sound was OK, nothing special and the earphones are very low quality. But once I switched them to my Betron AX5 Earphones the sound then drastically improved.

The touch buttons are very easy to use and navigate between menu’s too.

Other Features.

The MYMAHDI MP3 Player comes with a handful of features including a stopwatch, alarm clock and the following extra’s:

E-Book: You can download and view an E-Book from the MYMAHDI MP3 Player.

Recording: This MP3 player will also record and play audio recordings.

Radio: Plug in your earphones (As this is used as an aerial) and you’re able to scroll through and play FM radio.

Video: Yes, the MYMAHDI MP3 Player will also play video clips in a AMV, AVI format.

The MYMAHDI MP3 Player is small and easily fits into your hand without feeling too big or bulky, the tempered glass design makes the player a little heavy though and attracts finger marks everywhere. But I quite like the overall design, it feels very high quality.

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Technical Specifications.

  • Brand: MYMAHDI
  • Model: MP3 Player
  • Model Code: N/A
  • Manufacturer Code: M310-Black-16GB
  • EAN: N/A
  • Battery Type: 1x Lithium Battery (Built-In)
  • Power: USB DC 5V 1000mA
  • Music Format: WMA, OGG, APE, FLAC, WAV
  • Video Format: AMV, AVI
  • Picture Format: JPEG, BMP
  • Supports: TF Card/Micro SD Card (Upto 128GB)
  • Compliance: CE, FCC, RoHS


I was quite surprised with the MYMAHDI MP3 Player. It works very well and is easy to use and navigate through the different menus. My only real gripe is the poor sounding loudspeaker and the very low-quality earphones that were supplied. But you can use any universal earphones with a 3.5mm jack and massively improve the overall sound.

The colourful TFT screen makes using the MP3 player a lot easier and having a rechargeable battery ensures that you can use this MP3 player again and again.

If you want the MYMAHDI MP3 Player for yourself, it’s available for purchase only on Amazon. The RRP for this product is £29.99.

Product sample provided by MYMAHDI in exchange for a detailed, unbiased review.

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32 thoughts on “MYMAHDI MP3 Player

  1. I can get my music to play via bluetooth. I get an error message “format error” what does this mean and how can I correct iy

  2. Any comments on creating a playlist? There are 3 built-in but from what I have been reading the “Create Playlist” function doesn’t do anything

  3. This device does not support playlists of any kind that I know of. It also seems to be stuck in shuffle mode.

  4. Would you please tell step by step how to access the equalizer?
    I was able to adjust it when I first bought it and now I cannot find the path
    to take me there.

    1. Hi Rosie,

      Yes there is, you need to go to our music library and select the menu icon (it looks like a symbol with three horizontal lines located on the top left area) and select shuffle.


  5. Hi, when I go to the three horizontal lines like you said, all I get is: Open AB Repeat Function, Sound Style, Variable Speed Playback and Stop Playing at regular intervals. There is no “shuffle’ option.

    1. Hi Rosie,

      My mistake. I have the MP3 Player to hand right now. To shuffle go to Music, Press the middle Play button, go down to all songs, press the middle play button again, you’ll see the top option for shuffle all, press the middle button again to shuffle your library.

      Hope this helps.


      1. When I go to music, the next screen reads All Music, Recently Played, My Favourite, Collector 1, Collector 2. At top left is the back arrow, top right + (plus sign) when opened you can make a new file. There are no 3 horizontal lines on this screen. Please help !!

  6. Any secret to the Bluetooth pairing. It doesn’t seem to want to pick up on my MPOW headphones, but instead pairs to my ROKU play which doesn’t make a bit of sense to me.

    1. Hi Bruce,

      You should be able to select the Bluetooth device you wish to pair too. Are you sure it’s not your headphones at fault. I.e not allowing discovery, or already paired to another device such as a phone or tablet.


  7. I just got this device. I have fully charged it. When i press start button for 20-30 secs (found this tip on internet- tried for a few secs it didnt work) i get a blank screen or the settings screen. I tap the function buttons on that menu and nothing happens. Very disappointing this is a birthday gift

    1. Hi Rachel,

      You should be able to drag and drop media from your desktop PC to the MP3 player via the Micro USB Cable.


  8. Is there a better Owners Manual that I can get or purchase. Can’t make heads or tails with the one that came with it. Thank you.

  9. When I plug my MP3/Mp4 player into the laptop, no icon appears; I therefore, cannot load music from my computer. I have tried numerous times on two different computers (both have Windows 10). I ljave left it plugged in overnight and still no icon appears. I have gone through “settings” and no icon appears.
    Please help,

    1. Hi Ron,

      Have you tried to use a different cable? sometimes the cable although having the same plug type might not work in the same way.


  10. When mine booted originally I got to the main screen. The problem however is that none of the buttons did anything. I couldn’t navigate anywhere. Is there a lock function I don’t know about? ANyway, not when it boots I just get a faded white scree. Nothing else. Only lasted a day. Utter trash, IMO.

  11. Is there a way to delete the Test audio files that come with the nit? I don’t see them in the folder when I plug the unit into my computer. Thank you.

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