SanDisk - Clip Sport 4GB* MP3 Player - Red

Stay entertained during your workout with this SanDisk Clip Sport MP3 player, which features a 4GB* capacity for storing music and audio books. The 1.4" LCD display with 128 x 128 resolution offers a clear view and helps simplify operation.
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1
Not for Audio books!! Posted by: from: Georgia on I purchased this to replace a SanDisk Sansa which was less than a year old but had terrible battery life. Battery life is great on this Clip Sport but the other features stink. I use this solely for audiobooks and I had so many problems I had to do some searching to troubleshoot. Come to find out, you have to use Format 4 for downloading the books instead of the Enhanced format. After re-downloading the books in Format 4, the player worked better but there is still a long delay in start up after shutting down or when pausing. You stand there and wonder whether you hit the button just right or not and end up playing a toggle game with the button to get the player to start playing. Extremely annoying!! The Sansa starts right away and so did my old Zen. Should have never bought another SanDisk! Would someone please make an MP3 that is audiobook friendly!!!!

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

5
great mp3 that isn't apple Posted by: from: on Bought for our 13, almost 14 year old. Something just to download music and use with a speaker. She loves it. My husband and I had bought the Sony Walkman mp3 2 years ago. Mine lasted maybe a year before it started not working unless charged, and my husbands same thing a year after initial. So we each got ipod Nanos 7th generation. Which we both love. Was tempted to get that for our daughter, or the shuffle. But when asked around they recommended this over the shuffle. With the fact of the difference in more Gb and has a screen! Best buy agent recommended the Sonys, but obviously our experience hindered that. The screen makes it easier to find songs compared to the shuffle. Downloaded music really easily. Our music is stored and organized on itunes, so the easy Drag and Drop feature makes it easy to transfer to a non apple product. So for 4gb with expandable memory and the price, it was awesome! Durable too! I did purchase the screen protector and gel skin cover as a bundle on amazon for a few $$ just in case. She loves that it comes with a clip too!

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

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Would be a nice player if it honored track order Posted by: from: Harrisburg, PA on There's a lot to like about the Clip Sport - it's fairly cheap, it has a radio, it's easy to clip onto your clothes to take on a bike ride or jogging, and it has several different ways to access your music - by aritst, but album, by expansion card, by folder, etc. The big problem, and I mean BIG PROBLEM with this thing is that it plays the files in random order, whether the shuffle mode is on or not. I have all my music arranged so that each artist is in their own folder, and each album is in its own sub-folder, and the file names for the tracks are numbered in the order they appear on the album. The ID tags within the MP3 files also have the track numbers filled in. The Clip Sport ignores all that and just plays the songs in whatever order they're listed in the FAT - File Allocation Table - which is entirely dependent on which order the operating system - in my case, Windows - decided to copy the files over. In other words, random. After much research on the web, I finally found a program that will sort the FAT on the expansion card so it's in alphabetic - or, in my case, numeric - order, but that was a LOT of hassle just to listen to albums in the correct order. This player was clearly designed for people who just download a track or two from various artists from iTunes and don't care what order they actually play in. If you grew up with albums and like to hear things in album order, especially important for live albums, concept albums, audiobooks, etc, this is NOT the player for you. Unless you have relatively strong computer skills and can figure out how to sort the FAT. The other HUGE drawback for this thing is that there seems to be a limit on how many files it'll recognize on the expansion card, unless you're in Folder mode. I have a 32 GB micro-SD card full of music inserted into the player, but when I look at it in "Artist" or "Album" mode, it only shows maybe a third of what's actually present. Unless you're a very casual music listener, do yourself a favor and look elsewhere for an MP3 player.

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

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Simply Very Poor Performance Posted by: from: on Can't distinguish mp3 or WMA files, and place them in proper places. You have to attach to computer and move the files to the proper categories. I mostly listen to books, and find that the device often plays the parts out of order, necessitating hunting for the right part and resuming. Battery life is also way below the 25 hrs suggested. Another failing is that when the battery gets low, you can't stop, pause, or turn the device off...it's 'frozen. You have to wait until it's completely dead, recharge, then hunt for the place you left off. Save yourself the frustration...don't buy this product.

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

4
All I need Posted by: from: on Had Sony Walkman for my daily walks and was very cumbersome and quite frankly not working very well reception wise. This little sandisk is incredibly small yet has great reception of fm channels, comfortable ear buds and plenty of storage for my music.

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

5
Great for Walking! Posted by: from: Duluth, MN on So light to attach to your clothes. Sure beats my cd player! A lot of stuff packed in a small package! Easy to learn and operate! Super easy to download music into it too! Plug into the computer and drag and drop! Love it!

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

4
Works great for most applications... Posted by: from: Southern Illinois on Good little MP3 player to replace the previous. I cycle a lot and works well for this with a minor exception (hence the 4 vs. 5 star), on the previous model the lock was a quick slide up/down.. on this the power button is tough with gloves or even while moving to do.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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Piece of junk Posted by: from: on Just over one year old. Used for 30 minutes a day for treadmill exercise -average 4 days a week. Do the math for hours of use! IT IS TOTALLY DEAD!! I realize it was cheap and that you only get what you pay for but...I have an Apple iPod that is over 7 years old that still works. Make a smart choice!

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

4
MP3 Player Posted by: from: McKinney, TX on My old MP3 kept requiring firmware reloads so it had to be replaced. Not having an unlimited date plan, I had to have something for work to hear my tunes and the radio. This fit the bill (I am not ready to shell out the bucks for an Apple yet). It's a basic player, but I do love that the EQ can be adjusted. I don't care for the earphones that are provided, but that's just a preference thing. The only thing I have not figured out is how to create playlists. I should mention that this product does not come with extensive instructions, but if you go to the website you can download the entire instruction booklet. Even following that I could never get a playlist set up :(

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

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poor Posted by: from: on WE brought this home but really couldn't get it to work. We took it back and bought a (much more expensive) mac nano which was easier to load, easier to run and much more attractive

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

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