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SDMX24-004G-A46K
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3760001
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Rating 4.2 out of 5 stars with 2272 reviews

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    replaced the one i had for a couple years

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    replaced the one i had for a couple years .it stills plays good just wont charge any more.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 2 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Sandisk has some work to do

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    This unit has some firmware issues. If you switch from an audiobook to the radio and then back to the audiobook, the system does not "bookmark" your previous position. I have tried using both the "Books" and "Music" folders and when I return to these I find no "resume" function. I hope they generate a fix soon. I bought two of these next generation MP3 players. I have been using Sandisk since the M-Series. They have all performed great. Hope I can say the same about the Clip Sport.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great MP3 Player

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    Its a great player, the battery last for a long time compared to most MP3 players out there, It may not be Compatible with some things like Rhapsody, but you cant give it a bad rating because of that, there r so many ways to get music other than Itunes or Rhapsody.,If all your doing is adding songs, then this is the player to get, very reliable product and sound great with the Skull Candy Headphone. All i can say is the item is well worth the buy....

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 1 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Unsatisfactory

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    A poor substitute for the earlier Sansa Fuse mp3 player, whose menu wheel was pleasant and intuitively simple to use. The Clip Sport screen is difficult to read, its buttons require pressure to get a response, and (unlike the old Fuse) it doesn't remember your place in a podcast or audiobook when you go away and come back to it. Moreover, there is no protected setting to prevent accidental shut-off during use. The overall tactile feel of the Sansa Clip Sport is "cheap." I regret buying it.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great little Mp3 Player

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    I had an iPod Shuffle (1GB) and I was looking for more storage space. This was just about the same size as my Shuffle, and after using it for awhile, I like it better. You don't have to use iTunes or any programs, just plug it into your computer via USB cable and drag and drop your music onto it like you would a flash drive. It is about the same size and weight of my iPod Shuffle. The screen is bright and colorful and the menu is not too hard to figure out. It has many great features and settings that you can customize to your preference. It has everything my old Shuffle had, plus a lot more (lke expandable storage by way of a MicroSD card slot, FM radio, voice recording, live radio recording, customizable menu, and more). Here are some guidelines: If the sound quality isn't great, it's the cheap headphones that come with it, not the actual MP3 player. Try using better headphones (I use SkullCandy ear buds) and you will have awesome quality sound. Plus there is an equalizer on it that you can adjust to make it sound however you like! I had to push the headphone jack in VERY hard when I first got it. The jack is really tight when you first use it, so you gotta make sure the headphones are plugged in all the way. Not a problem, though. Better too snug than too loose! If your songs are on the device itself, it will last for many hours, more than an iPod shuffle (as long as the screen is not constantly on (you can adjust the settings of the screen timeout, too). However, If the songs are on the SD card, it makes the battery drain a lot faster when those particular songs are playing. Just a tip. Of course, when loading Gigabytes of music, it takes some time for them to load from your computer to your device, so be patient. Smoke a cig and have a coffee and relax for a nice moment while you wait. Once in a while it might freeze, or the music on the SD card won't show up in the menu, so just hold in the power button until it shuts off, wait 30 seconds, then turn it on again and it will be good to go. You can make an "on the go" playlist of favorite songs, right from the device, and you can also copy your Windows Media Player playlists to the device when you transfer your music from a PC. Overall, it was well worth buying and I gave my Shuffle to a friend cause the Clip Zip can do everything and I really like it now!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great deal for the money

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    I chose this to replace an old I-pod. I bought the 4G size and added a 16G micro sd card, so I guess you have to figure that into the cost, although I can always use the micro sd in another capacity. It's a little challenging to scroll the menu, slower than the ipod, but you can get used to it. The boot up is about 5-8 seconds so that is a little odd. Otherwise, it runs rings around the ipod because of the features/cost ratio. And the clip rocks cuz it can't fall out of my shirt pocket, or I can clip it to my collar. I think the charge lasts as long as my ipod and I don't need the Crapple adapter, just a micro usb plug.I would recommend this to anyone that wants a quality player for 1/4 the cost of ipod, and no dealing with ITunes - hooray! Also, it plays FLAC files.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Good MP3 player for the price

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    I just received this a few days ago so I haven't been able to test all features or it's long term durability. I previously owned the Sansa Clip for 3 years and was very happy with that product. The Clip Zip is very similar and I am hoping it lasts as long or longer. I like this player primarily for 4 reasons: 1) The price is very affordable compared to many other MP3 players particularly Apple products. 2) The size is great for wearing the player as well as using it on the go as an audio source for an external speaker. 3) The internal storage of 4GB is good but I have added a 32GB microSD card so now it is a 36GB MP3 player in a very small form factor. 4) I can transfer music without any additional software. (i.e. music can be copied or deleted as though it were any other storage medium like a flash drive) So far, there is 1 thing that was an initial cause for concern and that is the headphone jack. I don't use the headphones that come with it and I tried to plug in an audio cable to connect it to an external speaker. The cable would not plug in all the way. I had to use my Sony headphones that were a very snug fit and after plugging and unplugging those a couple of times my audio cable now is able to plug in ok.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A really nice mp3 player

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    I have had two Sansa mp3 players before, and I like them a lot. This new version has good sound quality and a nice big screen. It has new features like a stop watch and keeps time which is nice. It does take a little more time than the last version to change tracks, and does not indicate the number of tracks, which was a feature I really liked. It also says that it is supposed to show the album art, but only shows those of the sample tracks. There is nice wall paper, however, that changes for each track. The device looks nice and it the same size as the last version. It also has a clip which is very handy, it took a long time for my previous one's clip to break off and this one looks a little more durable. Overall I would say it is a pretty good product.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great workout MP3 player

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    This MP3 player is a great player for the price. The buttons feel good, and device works really well. It's small and compact, and it can just simply clip on. Great for a workout without putting your smart phone in harms way. Pros: It's a lot cheaper than an iPod and plays music just as good. Small and portable, and has a clip. Battery life is great along with easy connectivity to a PC. Expandable memory, if you run out of space you can just add more. Cons: I had trouble connecting it with my Samsung micro sd card and couldn't get it to connect. However, it works best with it's own product, so using a sandisc micro sd card is a definet suggestion. Coming from an ipod nano, for the price it's totally worth it. I would have given it 5/5 stars if the the micro sd card slot worked well with other brands of sd card and not just sandisc brand. Who knows though, a firmware update may fix that problem. Other than that, for $50 you can't go wrong. And especially when you can pick up micro sd cards for cheap and expand when you run out of space.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Improved menu

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    I replaced a similar SanDisk player that was about 6 years old and had a totally unusable menu system that used befuddling navigation, if there was any logic in the design. Apparently Sandisk learned how to design a menu with this model. It is easy to navigate and the sound is very good for spoken word. I didn't buy it for music and haven't played any on it. With the use of an external card it holds plenty of files. I haven't owned it long enough to grade durability, but the 6 year old model still works.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Price, Decent Features

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    I bought several of these players for my kids for Christmas. We can't afford iPods for them, so I was looking for a decent music player that they could have on bus rides, going to school, etc. I looked at several lower priced mp3 players before sticking with the Sansa, and I haven't been disappointed. First off, understand that this isn't an iPod. It plays music and that's about it. But it does that pretty well. The sound is pretty good, good enough for the headphones that our kids use. I also listened to the music on a mid-range set of head phones and it was still clear and sounded good. The interface is fairly simple and straightforward, enough so that my 9 year old was able to quickly figure it out and hasn't had to ask too many questions. We did have a slight software issue on one of them, but that was quickly resolved with a quick question to Google. Since then, they have all worked flawlessly. Getting music on the device was very simple, pretty much a copy/paste or drag/drop function. Easy enough for even the most tech-challenged person. They are very lightweight, enough so that I thought that they might break. But, they have held out very well and I haven't had any complaints from the kids, other than it isn't an iPod. So, for a less expensive mp3 player, I would recommend the Sansa.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Sound, but Still a Few Issues

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    I've owned the previous Sansa Clip+ and it would sometimes freeze completely when playing certain files, not sure why. Other files of the same bit rate and format would play, but not those. This Sansa Clip Zip doesn't freeze completely, but certain files will play in slow motion, or not load. You can hit skip and it will eventually move on, but it is still annoying having to reformat your files for them to play. Other than that, the sound from this little thing is amazing. The menu is a bit annoying though, to get back to the main menu you have to hit back through all the file architecture you went through (if playing from folders), one more back and it goes between 'menu' and 'now playing', but that means to get back to playlist you have to manually go through all the folders again or wait for it to reset back to the original way. The old Sansa Clip UI was much easier. I still prefer it over other small mp3 players despite these two issues, the clip being the biggest convenience.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Perfect For the Gym, Biking, Running, etc.!

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    After spending time reviewing feedback at a few tech websites combined with some hands-on research at some local retailers, I finally decided on this device due to a combination of price, features and convenience. Has 4GB of internal storage with a micro-SD card slot for up to an additional 32GB card (those are fairly cheap nowadays). The size of the device itself is actually smaller than I thought it would be (so much that the addition of the color screen is almost redundant, though a nice addition). The fact that I can add music content via iTunes (yes, the 2013 version, check the mfg date on the box, is indeed iTunes-compatible) as well as Windows Media Player is a plus as I have content on both. PodCasts and AudioBooks can both be downloaded with ease as well. The addition of an FM Tuner rounds it out as I can listen to the TV program of my choice while at the gym. The actual clip is awesome as the device is so lightweight, you can clip it just about anywhere on your person, and not even realize that it's there. The battery life is also sick (in a good way) lasting a week (or more) in the gym between chargings. On the downside, the housing is entirely made of plastic so be careful. Plan on buying a replacement set of earphones/earbuds (there are plenty out there in $15-25 price range that will do the trick so that you're not adding a significant additional cost to your overall purchase) as the stock buds are basically additional packaging (sorry SanDisk folks) due to very poor sound quality. The lack of Bluetooth capability was a bit of a bummer as I prefer wireless headphones while at the gym, biking, or mowing the lawn, but at a sale price of $30, I can overlook a few flaws plus I can now put away my albatross of a smartphone that used to weigh down my arm (not really, but you know what I mean). Grab one, if you're disappointed, take it back or donate it to a kid (they love 'em). Before you do either, just ensure you "RockBox" (Google it) the device first as it makes a world of difference regarding the user interface. I was not at all disappointed. Cheers!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Not too much, not too little, just perfect.

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    I had the original Sansa Clip 4bg from September 2008 - November 2011-Well i accidentally RAN OVER it with my truck. The plastic power slider button popped out and i have to use a screwdriver to turn it off/on, got tired of that so i bought this new one. I love the new color screen w/ clock and FM tuner recording feature. Now i hear a good song on the radio and hit record and i have new songs to hear, Transfer of songs from my was just done through windows media player. Love the micro SD slot on this new version,now my 4gb player is a 20gb player (I use a kensington brand micr0 sdhc 16gb card). I tried the 8gb fuze version and a Sony Walkman and realized i didnt need to play videos or look at pictures on my mp3 player. This thing is perfect. Clock/FM tuner W/recorder+voice recorder+i download a podcast from itunes by dragging from itunes and copying to my desktop then send to sansa clip 4gb. Nothing bad to say about this version sans mp3 player. I Think in 3-4 years if this doesnt break illjust buy the next version as it will have w/e i need that the future brings! VERY WELL MADE and DURABLE, just dont drive over it with a 2 ton truck.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    I love this thing

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    I love this thing. I primarily use it for running. Its super small and easy to carry. Easily clips to my shorts with the built-in clip. Is actually light enough to clip to my shirt. I love that it has expandable memory. Most of my music is loaded onto an sd card that can be simply inserted into the player. It gets pretty good fm reception. It also has a rechargeable battery that will last a week or two, depending on how many runs i get in and it recharges pretty quickly. Which brings us to the only problem that i have with this player - it is designed to be disposable. Once the battery fails, the ENTIRE PLAYER FAILS. Okay, Sansa CEO, I get it. Planned obsolesce. But the ENTIRE PLAYER FAILS when the cheap battery fails. I really hope that Sansa gets the message. They are making an awesome, light-weight running mp3 player that has tons of capacity (because i can inexpensively add more), uses minimal battery resources, and becomes trash because of the limited life of the cheap rechargeable battery. I would rather this thing cost an additional $10 - $15 and have a replaceable battery.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    MP3 Player

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    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 :(

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Best Clip model so far

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    I've owned the original Clip, the Clip+, and now the Clip Zip. The Clip was a great little device that performed quite well but was plagued by spells where it refused to connect to a computer for transferreing files. The Clip+ was an even better device with the removable micro SD slot (great memory capability) but was still plagued by the failure to connect to computer syndrome. I've only owned the new Clip Zip for a few months now but it has never failed to connect to the computer. That plus the micro SD slot for expanded memory makes this my favorite of the bunch. The new "back button" is quite handy but takes a little acclimatization. The biggesst glitch in the firmware is that whenever a file is deleted (I listen mainly to podcasts and do quite a bit of deleting after listening), the default file location is the first file in the alphabetically first album rather than the next file in the most recent album. I'm forced to hit the "back button" to return to the most recent album to continue listening to the series of piodcasts. Another minor glitch also occurs when deleting files. After selecting the menu while the podcast is playing,sometimes the ""delete podcast" is highlighted and sometimes the "speed normal" is highlighted. It is not consistent and makes it impossible to reliably delete the podcast without having to look at the screen. Very inconvenient when driving with an MP3 adapter. Otherwise, for my needs the player is a great, compact, player with gobs of memory with interchangeable micro-SD cards.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great, Expandable MP3 Player

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    I got this MP3 player as others had recommended it both for sound quality, and expandability. I found that they were right on both accounts. However, there are some drawbacks. First, perhaps it was just me, but I noticed the right arrow key sticks a bit. This doesn't seem to be the one I have returned it and got another one that had the same problem (though it seemed left often for some reason). Second, the battery life is maybe four to five hours. This is really unfortunate, especially when other Mp3 Players have a much longer battery life. Generally, I like to use an Mp3 player throughout a good majority of the day (6+ hours), and charge either at night, or during a "down" period, I have, several times, ran out of power before that has occurred. Don't get me wrong, it is a decent player, but if you want something long lasting, you might want to look elsewhere.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Perfect!

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    MP3 is a terrible file format in my opinion, but until the industry agrees on a single HD audio format, MP3 is the only audio format you can be sure will work on all computers, phones, and players. I needed a music player for work, just needed it to be able to play music. We have a compliance restriction at work which does not allow any device capable of recording video or audio, so this thing was perfect in that respect. This is already better to me than an ipod or walkman because it is not overpriced. Seriously. Ipods and walkmans are just smartphones that cannot make phone calls and cannot use memory cards. This is an MP3 player, plain and simple. And it can also use a memory card.There's really nothing more that I could ask for in a music player, other than a nicer menu... now SanDisk, USED TO make the Sansa Fuse which had a larger screen with a nice menu and was basically an ipod with an SD card slot, and I'd get one in a heartbeat if they still made them, but they don't. I've been using this thing every day for over a month and it has not given me any problems at all. Battery life is good but I don't know how long it lasts. I have a 45 minute drive each way to work and I charge this maybe once a week, but part of the reason for that is when I load music it's via USB so it charges while you're doing that too. EQ presets are good, they actually each sound different. There is a custom one but I haven't needed to mess with that yet. Really not much else to say. This thing is great and does it's job.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent for Running

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    My previous SanDisk MP3 player finally had to be retired after being a constant running companion for over four years. Throughout its life it always exceeded my expectations. It was strapped to my arm during three marathons and hundreds of training miles through rain, snow, and mud without fail. Only a couple weeks after purchasing this new one I ran another marathon and it pulled through with flying colors. Over the four hour span it barely consumed a quarter of its battery life and performed flawlessly. I have yet to apply every part of its functionality like the FM radio, the stopwatch, and the voice recorder but I can think of potential uses for all of them. The most important thing to me is sound quality which is excellent. One can customize every aspect of the sound, or choose between several pre-sets. Like with any device learning the menus took a few minutes but once acclimated using it is easy. Computer interface is simple: Just plug it in via USB and the software opens automatically, no downloads required. One can copy and paste individual songs or entire files to the players memory just as they would to any other storage device, very easy to use. One aspect I really like is how the lock/unlock feature works. Press the power button once and the buttons are locked, then press it twice to unlock them. This makes it very simple to change songs while running without missing a step. My only complaint was actually a BestBuy problem: They do not sell armbands for this device in their stores (or at least, not the one by me). One can purchase them elsewhere however, I found one at Kohls. There is a clip on the back of the player to attach it to clothing, but I just kept it in my pocket until I bought an armband. Overall, I love this new MP3 player. The price is great, it has a lot of functionality, and it is high quality. I have high expectations for it going forward but I have no doubt that it will live up to them. It is sleek and durable, just like me.

    I would recommend this to a friend