MobiBLU DHH-200 Review

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MobiBLU, the people who brought us the Cube, is now bringing us an 8GB Microdrive based portable media player. It handles MP3, WMA, OGG, WAV, JPEG, TXT, and PIX video file formats. While it doesn’t handle any of the major video file formats directly, the included transcoder will convert any video (XviD, DivX, MPEG, AVI, WMV, ect…) to the PIX video format. The video plays back on a bright 1.8” color LCD screen covered by scratch resistant plastic.

Those who like features will find that the DHH-200 packs in the necessities and some extras, such as FM radio, voice recording, line-in recording, lyric support, clock, alarm, and many others. All of this comes in a small, but not too small, form factor.

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Inside the box you will find the player along with a USB cable, earbuds, a line-in cable, manual, and software. The earbuds sound just like your average earbud, but may be a bit too big for someone with small ears. The line-in cable is a standard 3.5mm to 3.5mm stereo cable used to hook into your CD player or other audio source for direct encoding. The manual is surprisingly thorough, covering every feature, but parts may need to be reread due to awkward English translations.

The MobiBLU website mentions that there is a carrying case and AC adapter available but I have yet to see either available for sale, nor have I seen a picture of them. The AC adapter will be nothing more than a standard AC to USB charger which can be found almost anywhere.


The MobiBLU DHH-200 gets a gold star for music transferring ease. It is UMS, allowing you to simply plug in the player and drag and drop files directly to the player’s hard drive without the need of additional software. This makes the DHH-200 compatible with any UMS capable OS, including: Mac OSX, Linux, and Windows.

The player does come with a few pieces of software to help you manage lyrics, ID3 databases and transcode video.

Lyric Manager

The lyric manager will allow you to automatically download lyrics into the player to be displayed real time on screen as they are sung. This works great for popular music but will fail to find lyrics for anything not on the top 40 chart. But you do have the option of painstakingly adding your own lyrics into the player manually.

ID3 Manager

The ID3 Manager will create artist, album, genre, and year based playlists on the player. This gives you the option to browse and play music by file navigation or ID3 navigation. Most MP3 players do this on the fly with the firmware; the DHH-200 just needs a little help from an external program.

Pixtree Transcoder

The transcoder will create the proper video format to be played on the DHH-200. I will discuss this in detail, later in the video section.


The size of the player is nice- it is not too small or too big. The player fits nicely in your hand and nicely in your pocket. Overall the material feels solid, except for the “iJoy” wheel and the cover to the USB and line-in on the top. These two parts feel cheap and delicate. The screen and back of the player are made from a very hard glossy plastic and is surprisingly resistant to scratches. Unfortunately, with that glossy finish does come fingerprints.


The screen is a 1.8” 260k 160 X 128 color LCD screen. It is very bright, colorful, clear, and can be viewed at almost any angle. The resolution is not as high as some of the other players, but it is still a great screen for its size. The screen is great indoors and out. It can be seen easily in direct sunlight.

User Interface

Navigation Controls

The navigation controls are made up of a 5-way joystick in the center, a play button to the top right, a record button on the right side, and a tactile scroll wheel that surrounds the 5-way joystick. All the controls can be comfortably reached when used in your right hand or left.

I am a big fan of tactile controls on MP3 players. I do not like the touch based navigation because they tend to be inaccurate when navigating though your music. The tactile scroll wheel, dubbed the “iJoy Wheel”, was what appeared to be a nice navigational tool. It is a great idea, but poorly executed. It feels cheap and does not move smoothly. Your finger also slips when trying to rotate it, because there is not enough grip on the front of the wheel.

Graphical User Interface

The controls, along with the GUI, have a bit of a learning curve and are not very intuitive. Using the DHH-200 will take some getting used to, but once you learn it, it is not that bad. The problem with the interface is that the button functions change when in different modes. For instance, the record button will change the repeat mode while a song is playing, but when the track is stopped it will change to the play mode, which also includes repeat mode, shown on a different part of the screen. But at the same time there are three different buttons that you can press that will play a track, depending on the mode.

The user interface is very colorful and pleasing to look at, but it lacks the intuitiveness to create a great user experience. The ease of use is probably the most important aspect of an MP3 player. Too many companies ignore the user interface and should spend more time developing this often overlooked intangible feature to the consumer.


Album Art

The player supports album art, but not while the track is playing. The record button must be depressed for a few seconds. At that time the player will take a few seconds to load and display the album art. This must be done each time you want to view the album art- it is not automatic. Album art is always a nice feature, but in this case it is more of a hassle than it is worth.

Recording & Encoding

The recording and encoding features are very good on this player. All audio gets encoded in MP3 format up to 128kbps for FM and voice and up to 192 kbps for line-in encoding.

The voice recording is one of the best voice recorders I have seen. What makes this better then most voice recorders is the “VOR” or voice operated recording. This is a setting that only records when there is something to record. When you stop talking it stops recording, but will immediately start as soon as you start talking. Input levels can be adjusted for different environments. The quality of the recording from the tiny microphone on the side is very good.

The DHH-200 comes with a line-in cable that will allow you to connect the player to a CD player or any other audio source to record to MP3. This line-in function also has a feature called “ADT” or auto detecting tracks. (I know it doesn’t sound right; it must be a poor translation.) This feature will automatically split up the tracks into different files by detecting the silence between tracks. The DHH-200 performs very well when it comes to the line-in recording, especially being able to encode at 192kbps.


The FM receiver is pretty good. There is also an auto program feature for filling up the 20 presets.

Misc Features

TXT viewer, Clock, Alarm, Timer, and Play Speed (x 1/3, 1/2, 1, 1-1/2, 2)


The battery tests consistently rated at 10-11 hours audio playback and a little less than 5 hours video play back; both slightly under the rated battery time.


Photo viewing is not the greatest on the DHH-200. The pictures look nice on the screen but flipping through them is a very slow process. Each picture, depending on the size of them, will take anywhere from 5 to 30 seconds to load. Additionally there is no thumbnail browser; you must select photos from a file name list. Photo viewing is not bad if you have a few pictures, but if you have more than a handful of unnamed photos, it may be more trouble than it is worth.


The sound quality on the DHH-200 is average. It’s not bad; but it’s not outstanding either. I felt like the sound was lacking dynamics and the EQ needed to be tweaked. Luckily, the player has a decent set of EQ presets as well as two user defined 5 band equalizers. Your choices of presets include: Normal, Rock, Jazz, Classic, Pop, Dance, R&B, Hip-hop, Blues, Ballad, and Techno. A bit overwhel
ming, but surprising they are all useful. One of them will work for the music you are listening to.


Video played on the DHH-200 must be converted to PIX format. The .pix format is made by Pixtree Technologies and is a proprietary format derived from MPEG-4. The reason that the pix format is used is because pix video formats can be played on off-the-shelf MP3 conversion chips without the need of a video processing chip. So, you will have to convert all of your video to play on the MobiBLU DHH-200. Video conversion takes about half the time of the original length and takes up approximately 180MB for every hour of video. The included Pixtree Transcoder is very simple and easy to use.

The visual quality of the video play back is decent, but as with the audio, it is nothing outstanding. The screen has a claimed 260k colors, but when the video is converted it does not play back at the full potential of the screen. The video frame rate plays back at 15 frames per second, less than the standard 30 frames a second. So far it is not a bad experience. However, when you consider the audio quality of the video playback part of the equation it becomes a less pleasant experience. The audio track on the video playback sounds very hi-pitched and unnatural, almost ear piercing. It sounds just like a camcorder boot legged movie.


The user interface is frustrating at first. It does not work intuitively, which makes it the biggest set back to the DHH-200. However, once you get used to it, it becomes less of an issue. Video playback is a nice extra to have, but the performance is sub par due to the poorly encoded audio playback. I really love the size of the DHH-200. It is a great size for an 8GB MP3 player, making it small enough to fit in your pocket but big enough to comfortably use it. This player will appeal to those who love features, as this MobiBLU has plenty. This player also does very well at recording and encoding. Overall it is a decent player and should be considerd if you are looking for a Microdirve based MP3 player.


The player is only available directly from MobiBLU’s online store for $230, but it will probably be available at Amazon MobiBLU DHH 200 Review and Wal-Mart soon.

The Good

  • Great Size
  • Lots of Features
  • Good Recording & Encoding
  • Screen Viewable in Direct Sunlight

The Bad

  • Slow User Interface
  • UI Lacks Intuitiveness
  • “iJoy Wheel”
  • Poor Audio in Video Playback


Insane2757 on February 24, 2006 10:45 AM

See, I would really love one of these. But how could I get my hands on one of these things? It doesn’t even seem to be listed on the MobiBLU site… that’s what worries me, it’s like it isn’t supported by the company any longer.Anyone have any info on this?

Insane2757 on February 24, 2006 10:53 AM

I would like one of these, but two things prevent me from doing so.1 – MobiBLUAmerica does not even list one of these as available to buy, or under the supported products in the Support page.2 – You can not even select to order this from the provided Yahoo! store, or Amazon or ANYWHERE else. Are they out of these players or did they discontinue this player?

Taffybabey on March 1, 2006 10:23 PM

I got one… I like it a lot! It takes awhile to start up but its acturly really nice. I got mine in Korea though and I couldn’t understand the manual so i’m kinda winging it. I’m having problems getting my videos into .Pix format.

gef on March 9, 2006 3:35 PM

they sell it at advanced mp3. a question for Taffeybabey — does it have a usable playback speed control– does what does 1/3 and 1/2 mean — i use the mp3 for transcription and need a workable bookmark and speed control

aza on March 10, 2006 4:41 PM

i really want to know about sound quality of this mp3player? …….!please tell me which one hase better sound(q)1500i or dhh200 or iaudio u3i have doubt and i dont know which one is besti live in IRAN and i cant buy by interneti have these value for1gb u3 + carrycase+ac charger 190$ us8gb dhh200 +carrycase +ac charger 240$1gb 1500i only 120$please tell me ? which one hase better txt viewer(u3 or dhh 200)compare them and what Conclusion ?thanks

EnzoTen on March 10, 2006 7:59 PM

The U3 has better sound quality and the user interface on the U3 is much much nicer. The U3 does txt viewing ok, but the DHH-200 has a bigger screen and the txt viewing is a little bit better than the U2.

aza on March 10, 2006 8:23 PM

what about u3 and cube 1500i which one ?

EnzoTen on March 10, 2006 8:47 PM


saraoza on March 11, 2006 6:40 PM

hii want to know about sound quailty of dhh 200 and dah 1500iwhich one has better soundu say200The sound quality on the DHH-200 is average. It’s not bad1500iI would rate the sound quality as slightly better than the average flashwhich one has better sound plz tell me iimmediatelyim in buying…..thankX

michel on March 22, 2006 7:03 AM

Hi Guys!I bought my DHH-200 in the Netherlands. Aparently Mobiblu is faster in the Netherlands, I don’t no why. DHH-200 is quite a wannahave

Vicki on April 9, 2006 3:14 AM

Hi,I was just wondering if there is a place I can order this unit online that will ship to Canada. I can’t seem to find anything out there aside from europeean sites.Thanks!

bryce on June 22, 2006 11:17 AM

i have the cube one but I want a movie player and mpp3 player that isn’t too expensive. NE body know where i can get a cheap one of these or one like this one?Bryce

c on June 28, 2006 7:17 PM

I bought one in Korea. The first day, having put about 2Gb of files onto it (‘cutting’ them from my computer) it wouldn’t turn on. I returned it to the store and they gave me a new one. With the new one the swivel button (in the centre of the navigational wheel) becaming permanently depressed so that it would automatically play the first song it encountered…and there was no way to get it to stop playing this song.I brought it back again and I still have it, though the screen is cracked now…that’s my fault.So, unless you think you’ll have easy recourse to a refund with this device, I’d be wary of buying it.

Ali on September 27, 2006 9:44 PM

hiI have mobiblu dhh-200it ask me to upgrade firmeware when i turn on the machine !!!what i have to do????thank you :)

Deadly on October 11, 2006 7:13 AM

I picked up one of these at Fortress in Hong Kong. The brand on mine is called “Yes”, model YHD-8G, ( I couldn’t find it anywhere on the net – but now I have found it!Its been great so far, although the FM tuner is a bit weak and will not work well on a bus.Only thing that doesn’t fit in with the review above is that my transcoder software does not let me transcode Mpeg4 format.And yes, my manual is in Japanese so i’m winging it big time.PS, Ali the YES site has firmware downloads that might help.

MIGUEL on December 25, 2006 9:53 PM


dudeman on December 27, 2006 2:53 PM

these things are a piece of s**t i have one and it wont upgrade the firmware when i do it stilll wont work

jess on December 30, 2006 11:41 PM

So i got the dhh-200 and i have music on it and videos but i cant get the id3dbmanager to work like it loads but then thats it. and i have the option on it to search according to artist etc. but if i open it.. nothing happens. its driving me insane.

justin on January 4, 2007 9:50 AM

Model DDH200 I have had two and my 1st one would’t hold a charge returned it for another this one worked once and know won”t work it comes up disable hold. 250.00 alot for something that won’t work . Has anyone had this problem.

john on February 3, 2007 3:56 AM

i was at work tonight and as i was changing my mobiblu (model DHH-200) fell out of my pocket and is frozen while still on what should i do?thx

song on February 14, 2007 12:58 PM

I delect completely the os system from DHH-200,how or where can i download it.The files from mobiblu company support site dosen’t work.”I need all Firmware of this MODEL DHH-200″Thank you

Lola on March 28, 2007 6:21 AM

Hi!!HDD Init Fail!!! ?????Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

marek on April 5, 2007 4:02 PM

Hi!!HDD Init Fail!!!Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

marek on April 5, 2007 5:08 PM

Hi!!HDD Init Fail!!!Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tammie on April 7, 2007 8:43 AM

Hi!!HDD Init Fail!!! ?????Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tammie on April 15, 2007 11:57 AM

MY dhh 200 has not worked for a month. Today my husband smacked it on our desk pretty hard 4-5 times and it started right up! we had the HDD Init Fail. I am glad because the company refused to fix it.

cristian on May 6, 2007 12:07 AM

Hi!!HDD Init Fail!!! ?????Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Batsaikhan on May 8, 2007 3:38 AM

HiMy media player HDD Init Fail ???????Help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

CHOPP on July 10, 2007 10:18 AM


Cywhy on August 9, 2007 2:18 PM

I got a DHH-200 and i let my friend use it. So he discovered that if you hold down Record and turn it on it asks you, ” Do you want to format HDD?” As a joke my friend chose yes. So now the player tells me please upgrade firmware, because the system files are gone and the files on the mobiblu website don’t work so can anyone who actually has a working one please send me the files? the entire system files. My email address is: Thanks

Tammie on August 10, 2007 6:09 PM

still working great as of Aug 10,2007

kim on August 15, 2007 10:35 PM

hello i bought a dhh 200 from a person and my boyfriend deleted everything on it including the system files. i don’t have the program cd so now when i turn it on it tells me to upgrade the firmware and it shuts off again. Can someone tell me where i can download the initial program and then download the firmware.

kim on August 15, 2007 10:37 PM

hey i have the same problem as cywhy can you do the same for me my email is please

andrew on August 16, 2007 5:57 PM

this is to complex… i had this for not lonh and now it does not work my fm and music does not play full songs…. i wouldnt by a new one

andrew on August 16, 2007 5:57 PM

this is to complex… i had this for not lonh and now it does not work my fm and music does not play full songs…. i wouldnt by a new one

Norman on September 7, 2007 4:33 AM

My GF has a MobiBlu DHH-200 and it just craped out today… it sat charging all day took it off it worked for a bit then died…. now it wont even charge at all doesnt even matter how many times we hit the reset or not then it took the charge so i unpluged it to see if it’d turn on it did then shut off right away now it wont charge again anyone know whats going on or how i can fix it for her????

reza on September 27, 2007 10:23 PM

hi.i have a mobiblu model:DHH200.When it turn on show me this ERROR: “Please upgrade firmware”What can i do. please help me.thanks.

Spartak on September 28, 2007 3:58 AM

for those who get “Please upgrade firmware”i had that problem twice already but it can b fix by format the DHH-200 using NTFS format not FAT32after format then just copy your new firmware onto the DHH-200 and then it work like a charm (at least for me, twice already)

Cywhy on October 20, 2007 7:05 PM

Thanks for replying, but after a while the mp3 wont even turn on for some reason… If anyone can help that would be great!

meg on November 6, 2007 6:43 AM

Hi. I do have the same problem with the guys above… My player also says “HDD Init Fail” after you turn it on and then shuts down. My mother also bought it in Fortress HK I think? Mine is also the Yes YHD-8G model, the same as Deadly. Some help please?

Sharon on November 12, 2007 12:32 PM

HDD Init Fail!!! ?????Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Johan on November 16, 2007 10:45 AM

HDD Init Fail!!! ?????Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

JAVIER ALEXANDER on December 6, 2007 5:00 PM

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JAVIER ALEXANDER on December 6, 2007 5:01 PM

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JAVIER ALEXANDER on December 6, 2007 5:03 PM


babak on December 21, 2007 2:23 PM

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javier alexander rios vergara—-desde colombia on December 23, 2007 1:33 PM

hola soy de COLOMBIA me llamo javier alexander,see reparar este problema… tu problema es que murio el firmware de tu mobi blu ademas tu mobi blu no es modelo (micro media player) es DHH 200 y es de 6 o de 8 gb depronto de 4 gb … bueno lo ke hay que hacer es formatear el mobi blu y luego de formateado instalar el firmware , les explicare como se hace todo paso a paso es muy facil… ademas que ni que pagues daran con el chiste de este tipo de daño de sofware : lo primero que hay que hacer es poner a cargar el mp4 colocalo unos 20 min ..necesitamos que coja algo de carga para ke pueda formatearse…bueno luego de esto vas a desconectarlo del pc y vas a manterner espichados al tiempo el boton REC(esta a un lado) y el boton PLAY(el de encender normalmente todos los dias el mp4) estos 2 botones los vas a mantener espichados unos segundos hasta que te salga un aviso ke jamas has visto donde dice algo en ingles ke no me acuerdo pero lo ke kiere decir es ke si deseas formatear tu bichito , te salen 2 opciones..SI – NO …dale donde dice SI (creo ke cambias de opciones con el jostick es la palanquita del centro) bueno le das en SI y el mp4 se formateara…. te saldra algo en ingles que dice cada vez que lo enciendas ” instalar o se rekiere firmware” bueno luego de ke se formatea o termina un sintoma de ke kedo bien la formateada es ke lo reconoce el pc al conectarlo (antes no lo reconocia) pues en el mio eso pasaba cuando estaba en la pantalla lo de HDD init fail…no lo reconocia despues de la formateada ke explike debe reconocerlo el computador como un disco extraible( y si no lo reconociera no se puede instalar el firmware ke es como un sistema operativo de estos bichitos) y ke voy a e explicar ahora =) bueno hay que descargar de la pagina de MOBI BLU (que esta en coreano el firmware) o mas facil yo se los anexo adjunto y tales jeje…bueno hay que descomprimir el archivo y meter en el mobi blu el archivo descomprimido osea sin tanto misterio arrastralo hasta adentro del mp4…luego de eso desconectalo (en modo seguro siempre) y enciende el mp4 normalmente como todos los dias lo hacias…ahora te debe salir algo ke no me acuerdo muy bien pero sale ke se esta cargando el nuevo firmware ,,sale una barrita de progreso en su pantalla donde todo indica ke esta nuevamente viviendoo me puse muy contento cuando vii esto barra de progreso indica el porcentaje de instalacion del firmware no debes mover ningun boton mientras termina se demora unos 30 o 40 omas segundos instalando…luego ke termine creo ke el se reinicia solo y listo!!!!!!!!!!!!!! kedo nuevoooooooooo y mejorado con nueva version de firmware…saludos y espero ke les sirva yo sufri mucho con este problema es un aparato ke me costo mucho y pues es muy bonito aunque los ipod de apple tengan mejor sonido mobi blu dhh 200 es mas simpatico…mi correo es por si alguna duda con gusto les ayudo …y si con esto no funciona se ke tendra malo depronto el disco si murio pero estoy seguro ke con eso se te arregla……… haaa un truco es ke a mi me toco meterle y borrarle varias veces el archivo descomprimido hasta ke por fin me lo empezo a instalar porke las 2 primeras veces ke intente no keria instalarse solo eso es raro pero bueno ahi esta el datico intentale varias veces si no te funciona de una vez… aki abajo adjunto firmware ultimo lo baje el 1 de diciembre del 2007 y funciona de maravilla haaa lo ke si se pierde es la informacion ke tenias en el mp4 chaooo y cuida tu mobi blu dhh 200 hay pocos ejemplares en el mercado y ya se descontinuo este modelo. el firmware descargalo de web mobiblu o escribeme a mi correo y te lo envio

Rashi on December 23, 2007 9:58 PM

Hi,My player fell down today and its showing this message “HDD Init Fail”.I bought this from Korea and can’t get it fixed from there now!Can you please suggest anything that can work to bring my player back to life…Thanks…

babak on December 25, 2007 2:32 AM

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Rambo on March 20, 2008 9:48 AM


saravanan.M on April 3, 2008 6:14 AM

i want the software (firmware) for YHD-8G meadia player

mardi on June 4, 2008 5:27 AM

i want the software (firmware) for DH-200 media player

Siavash on September 20, 2008 8:27 AM

HiMy mobiBLU MP3 Player DHH 200 have problem in systemes file. e.g when you want to find some music files, you can see them in MP3 player display. I need to orginal systems file for copy it again in my MP3 player.Thanks very much

stu on April 2, 2009 7:38 AM

Your microdrive is broken. Try taking the player apart and replacing it with a CF II card. Then go to the website and get the firmware to put on it. I did this with an 2GB and an 8GB card. I bet it would work with a 16GB card.

stu on April 2, 2009 7:39 AM

if you have hdd init fail on your mobiblu…Your microdrive is broken. Try taking the player apart and replacing it with a CF II card. Then go to the website and get the firmware to put on it. I did this with an 2GB and an 8GB card. I bet it would work with a 16GB card.

farzan on May 6, 2009 1:04 PM

how do i get the software (firmware) for DH-200 media player

pugly on July 1, 2009 12:47 AM

you have to this site for dhh200 firmware:just browse the mobiblu model:

pugly on July 1, 2009 1:29 AM

Anyone looking for YHD8G FirmwareFor YHD8G Firmware: other model:

pugly on July 1, 2009 1:36 AM

Oh yeah i just bought mine this year 2009 around march and got it pretty cheap cause i think this product is discontinue. So far this product is doing good for me so far nothing is happening yet.When i bought this product it was brand new in the box…. i have the red one..

amin on August 5, 2009 1:28 AM

i formated the hdd-200 and now just say no song,and the program doesn’t load up,i used t he link above and copied it on it and still nothing,would you please help me

sean nava on August 28, 2010 1:00 PM


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