Crank up your favorite playlist with this SanDisk Clip Sport Plus wearable MP3 player. The large LCD screen makes it easy to choose your songs, and the long-lasting battery delivers up to 20 hours of playback. Featuring 16GB of memory, this SanDisk Clip Sport Plus wearable MP3 player holds up to 4,000 songs.
16GB* internal flash memory
Offers ample space for storing media.
Measures just 2.6" thin and weighs only 1.34 oz. so you can take it wherever you go.
So you can listen to your favorite tunes while you swim (do not use in salt water, since it is highly corrosive).
Include WMA, AAC and MP3 audio formats so you can enjoy your music collection.
1.44" LCD display
Enables easy, on-the-move navigation of your media.
Radio FM tuner
Allows playing of your favorite FM stations.
USB 2.0 and Bluetooth
Allow easy connectivity to enabled peripherals. The mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm headphone jack enable private listening.
The SanDisk - Clip Sport Plus 16GB* MP3 Player is perfect for my running music listening needs. I've already downloaded over 2700 songs and it's only about 60% full. With the clip there is no need for a separate carrying pouch. I just clip it to my shorts. It also has Bluetooth but the cheap $20 headphones I paired it with kept breaking up so I went back to my non-wireless headphones. I play the volume at max level and it's OK but I would like it a little louder but this may be a headphone issue. Overall it's way better than my former Sony 16 GB player that was bulkier, no clip, died after 9 years and was twice the price.
Although this is a pretty good player, the clip on the back will break. Have had mine for about 3 years now, but about a year ago the clip on the back broke, making just an MP3 play....not a clip. I still recommend the player, but don't rely on the clip.
Be wary of this and SanDisk will not support as it falls under their "Damage" clause and will not replace or fix.
Super disappointed. I was looking for something to use with wireless headphones while running. This is "advertised" specifically as a "sports clip". I bought it on 7/4/2020 and used it no more than 5x before the clip broke in mid-October. It is not strong and won't secure to all running clothes. The music part is fine, but the clip is terrible. Don't count on the clip. I spent $64 w/ tax.
Our daughter just turned 16. She does not have her license and is not allowed to date so Xbox, Facebook, Snapchat and music are her life. After taking her out to eat we headed over to Best Buy. My wife and I told her to look around , pick something out and we would see what we could do. For under 50$ the SanDisk 16gb Bluetooth MP3 player was the icing om the cake. She says"Maybe the money we saved there will go toward the car she'll be getting soon.' '726 song and no where close to full. Any hope of Best Buy selling cars any time soon?
The SanDisk clip sport plus has a Bluetooth technology I was able to use my Bluetooth headphones do you hear music recording lectures I found out they’re not really no other headphones going to be supported by data for any MP3 that small has that compatibility I think everyone should have one San disk clip sport with a built-in Bluetooth it’s a wonderful technology
A:AnswerYou do not need I-tunes. You need to put/have music (from examples: CDs or downloads) into your computer in the music files. Open "My Computer" on your computer. Click on "Music". The various music artists in your music files should open. Once the SanDisk is plugged into USB you can open it up, open "music" and copy & paste the music into the SanDisk mp3 player directly from the opened music files in your computer.
Also if you want to make playlists, you can open "playlist" on the SanDisk, and again have your music files open on your computer. Then copy and paste the songs you want from your computer music files in the order you want to make a playlist. I changed the number (the actual numbers on the tune in your computer which could be whatever # it was on the CD) once it was in the playlist to be in the same number order I wanted it to be in the playlist.
I think these little SanDisk players are great for the price.
A:AnswerI spent an hour on line with Audible, and we cannot get the SanDisk Clip Sport Plus to accept its audiobooks. No books appear in Book folder, and in ROOT folder, Audible and Audiobooks say "insupportable format" or something like that. Audible says that it support the SanDisk, and they promise to keep working on it, but for now it doesn't work.
A:AnswerBetter? I would say NO. I have both. Some points:
• It has the same menu system.
• It looses SD card.
• It adds bluetooth.
• It looses the ability to speed up audiobooks.
• It's slightly larger.
• It's water resistant, but all the ports have bothersome plugs which will probably break at some point.
A:AnswerThe answer is yes to both......you need to plug in the wired ear buds to serve as the antenna, but I can hook up bluetooth to UE Boom 2 speaker (should be same as wireless headphones ) and use the radio function via bluetooth and speaker as long as wired headphones were connected serving as antenna