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|Let the music play where ever you are with SanDisk Sansa Clip, the utracompact portable media player. With a removable belt clip and gym-friendly design, this SanDisk digital media player can be used even while you’re working out. The SanDisk Sansa Clip supports MP3, WMA (unprotected/protected), OGG, FLAC, and Audible files. Besides, this portable media player has Rhapsody DNA, which lets you transfer Rhapsody Channels - dynamically updating radio stations/playlists. With a signal-to-noise ratio of 92dB, the SanDisk digital media player gives stellar playback, without any distortion. And if you’re done listening to your own playlist then simply turn on your SanDisk FM tuner that has 40 preset stations!|
|Model||Sansa Clip Black (1 GB)|
|Storage Capacity||1 GB|
|Audio Supported Formats||Audible, MP3, WMA, WMA (DRM)|
|Battery Run Time||Up to 15 Hours|
|Audio / Video Capabilities|
|Screen Size||1 Inch|
|Additional Features||Equalizer Controls, FM Stereo Tuner, FM radio, Voice Recorder|
|Supported Power Supply||Internal Battery, Rechargeable via USB cable|
|Battery Type||Rechargable Battery, Rechargeable Lithium Battery|
|Storage Type||Built-in Memory|
|Number Of Songs||250|
Average review score based on 172 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
This tiny (real tiny!) thing is very convenient to walk with - it has a clips to secure the player on wearing(decently strong and reliable, by the way).
The sound is excelent, it is not very loud (wouldn't expect use it with 300 Ohm's headphones) but very clean especially when you NOT using any equalizer.
4 Gigabytes of non-expandable memory absolutelly sufficient for a walk.
The screen is tiny but readable in the bright conditions - and, I I must say - is essential (phew to iPod Shuffle).
Weakest part - is original firmware which oriented only for "songs", "Albums" and so and incapable just to play the next album if have another "Artist" tag.
Fortunatedly, there is RockBox firmware that makes this tiny thing very capable gadget.
If you want to expand storage, see at Clip+ with micro sd slot of Fuse.
Really needed a quality sports MP3 player I've used an iPod classic on an arm band for years and it's a whole new experience in the weight room, batting cage, driving range, sprinting or wherever when you can't feel anything getting twisted around or adjusted when you're running/turning.
Extremely light, but well built || Accepts AAC files for those trying to transfer music from iTunes || Buttons have good sturdy feel || Clean & Simple Interface || Sounds great even to an audiophile like me
CON'S: After syncing there is a few minute "refreshing" that loads and if you sync new music often this can be a little bit lengthy if you're in a rush, but really not too big of a deal. || Playlist confusion between Internal and External memory cards for anyone who wants to expand the memory for more music led me to just change the Genre of certain sets of my library to act as playlists instead which worked out fine anyway. || Dangling headphone cords if your shirtless is the only real problem I've had and that's not really the fault of the item. Sony has their 2GB Walkman headphones but they're too bulky and 2GB isn't near enough memory. And there isn't much else of real value out there in comparison.
Overall the best choice as athletic personal music player for the money in my opinion.
The SanDisk Sansa clip 2gb mp3 player is an excellent choice for those looking for an inexpensive, easy-to-stash way to listen to their favorite music anywhere.
I purchased a 4gb model for my sister as a Christmas present, then decided to buy this one for my brother-in-law due to the quality of SanDisk's products.
I really LIKE the SanDisk Sansa Clip line. I bought my first one three years ago. Since then, I have bought one for my husband and each of my daughters They are easy to use, small and are multi-functional with built in radio and voice recorder. They also are compatable with most music services (I use mine with Napster)
I HIGHLY recommend this product to anybody who is looking for an alternative to the iPod.
I was looking for a small inexpensive MP3 player. The SanDisk was a great find. The clip and small size makes it easy to attach anywhere. The FM radio has turned out to be very handy as well, especially with the easy to use presets. I initially loaded music by the drag and drop method(which works fine)but lately I've been syncing with Windows Media Player, which is easier to use once you do the initial planning. The screen is small but the display is clear and the menus are logical and easy to work with. I have a couple of inexpensive MP3 players. This is the only one I use now.