iriver H10 series

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iriver H10
IRiver H10.JPG
A silver 8GB H10 model
Also known asH10
TypeMP3 player
Sound3.5mm phone jack
Successoririver HP-100 series

The H10 was a series of portable audio players developed by iriver, coming in multiple capacities and sizes. The series used the PortalPlayer 5020 CPU. Every version of the series has a color screen.

Unlike most other iriver products, the H10 series does not play Ogg Vorbis. However, the device works well with the Rockbox alternative firmware which does play Ogg Vorbis.[1]

Micro-Hard Drive versions[edit]

  • 5GB or 6GB capacities
  • 2.2 x 0.6 x 3.8 inches (96 grams)
  • 1.5 inch TFT screen (128 x 128, 260 000 colors)
  • Can view TXT and JPEG files
  • Supports MP3, WMA, WMA DRM, MPEG 1 Audio, MPEG 2 Audio, and MPEG 2.5 Audio formats
  • 90 dB signal-to-noise ratio.
  • Lithium-ion rechargeable removable battery rated at 12 hours
  • Digital FM tuner (60 dB signal-to-noise ratio)
  • Ability to record FM tuner (one preset only)
  • FM and voice recorder (built in microphone)
  • Line-in/line-out (requires optional cradle)
  • USB 2.0 and 1.1 compatible
  • MTP version in North America, UMS version in Asia and Europe
  • Removable battery
  • Available in two colors: dark gray or red (North America)

The Microdrives used in these models does not have the standard CompactFlash II interface.

20GB Hard Drive Version[edit]

Similar to the 5/6GB version, with these key differences

  • 20GB capacity (using a Hitachi Travelstar C4K60, model HTC426020G7CE10, the CE indicating that it uses a ZIF connector on the long side of the drive)
  • MTP mode only (UMS can be induced by holding the O button and the power button at boot)
  • 2.4 x 0.85 x 4 inches (164 grams)
  • 1.8 inch TFT screen (160 x 128, 260 000 colors)
  • Battery not removable

The 20GB version can be upgraded to 120GB by replacing the hard drive with a Toshiba MK1214GAH.

Appearances in media[edit]

A silver H10 (20GB) was used as a detonation device for a bomb in the Season 6 premiere of 24.

See also[edit]

  • MP3 player
  • Rockbox (alternative, open source firmware for the iriver H10, H100 and H300 series)


  1. ^ "Don't buy iPod nano 2nd or 3rd generations". ...I'm a very happy user of Rockbox on my iRiver H10...

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