This was a replacement for my 256M Creative device that stopped working after 7 years of service. The sound is very good and I use it mostly to listen to books as I walk the dogs. The display is clear and easy to read. The only thing that I have a small problem with is the power bar or battery charge display. It only show in quarters and is not a sliding scale so it's hard to tell when you hit that last quarter how long you have left before a recharge is needed. Seem like it will lasts about 10 hours before a recharge is needed.
SanDisk Sansa Clip+ 4 GB MP3 Player (Blue) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Multi-platform OS support - Windows, Mac, Sun Solaris and Linux, supports both USB and PS/2, VGA computers, Equipped with 8 USB KVM Cables (4 x 6 feet and 4 x 10 feet)
- Easy to operate - computer selection via front panel LED's, intuitive OSD (on screen di
Sansa Clip Plus
Yes, Y, Built-in microphone to record, Built-in microphone to record your thoughts on the go
1 x headphones ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm ) ﾦ 1 x Hi-Speed USB, Hi-Speed USB
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4.50 x 1.40 x 2.20 Inches
Nice mp3 player
Mp3 player sounds good, easy to use and has all the features. The screen is easy to read. Note the screen has a screen protection cover that looks just like the screen and when you turn on the mp3 player it lights up, but that's all it will show. Remove the screen protector. The instructions are a little hard to follow.
great mp3 player
My husband uses this for audio books...I use it for music. We always have 2 on hand with a backup. Only disappointment with the Sansa Clip is the breakage of the clip itself. We both use it everyday for approx 4/6 hours a day. Extremely easy to use and to update. Never been disappointed and are on our 8th Clip. Like everything else, they do wear out after a time, but for the price, it's a throw away. You cannot go wrong with the Sansa Clip and we both heartily recommend it.
My third Sandisk Sansa MP3 Player
I have 2 Sansa 2GB units. The 4GB Clip+ is improved in design and functions. The controls are more intuitive and have more options. I love the ability to add a microSD card which is virtually invisible once inserted. Very easy to add and remove files and podcasts. Long battery life and excellent sound. Highly recommended.
A MP3 Player for Audio Book listerners
This MP3 player is easy to set up, accepts both mp3 & WPA format so you may borrow audio books from your local library and listen to music. You may add memory, set player to turn off at night. It's little but plays big. Easy to navigate. Very happy with the player.
Good but uncooperative
This is fine MP3 player, as far as it goes. However, it's firm commitment to using WMP to load and synch songs into it is an obstacle to us who have large libraries of music acquired from sources other than online purchase. I bought the Sansa mostly because I can copy my large libraries to MicroSD cards and plug them in, rather than have to load the player's internal memory. But then, navigating to the MP3s on the card via the menu is unnecessarily arduous. It would be better if there was a setting such as "just play what's on the card." Otherwise, no quibbles - sound quality, construction, battery life, etc. are all pretty good for a moderately-priced product. A clever bundling move by WalMart.com would be to offer a bundle consisting of this player plus a small number of MicroSD cards. I had to buy them separately.
great mp3 player for beginner
I love my new sandisk sansa mp3 player. I read where someone said it needed more instruction and they was right. I read where someone said to get yourself a good pair of music earphones and they was right (I did buy another pair of earphone) and I just worked with the mp3 player until I learn everything I could about it (because it doesn't have much instructions that comes with it). So far it's everything that I wanted in an mp3 player. Now I'm pretty good at downloading the music onto it.
Quality sound if you can get it.
I can't recommend this because of one serious problem. The Headphone Jack does not make positive contact. I have to jiggle it and fiddle with it until I can hear something; and then very carefully set it down and hope the contact stays. It is sad, because the sound is quiet good and it is very easy to navigate. It just isn't very useful when you have to juggle a headphone jack just to hear it.
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