About this product
- Product InformationWatch your favorite video clips on the Sansa FuzeÂ’s 1.9" color screen. Jam to FM radio with 40 preset stations, play with the built-in voice recorder, and share your photos wherever you go. Choose from five electric colors: blue, red, pink, black or silver. Incredible battery life in a 0.3" thin device the Sansa Fuze marks the next wave of music & video players.
- ModelSansa Fuze
- Storage Capacity8GB
- Audio Supported FormatsAAC,FLAC,MP3,OGG,Ogg Vorbis,WMA,WMA (DRM)
- Video Supported FormatsH.264,M-JPEG,MPEG-4,MPEG-4 SP,WMV
- Battery Run TimeUp to 24 Hours
- Exterior ColorBlack
Audio / Video Capabilities
- Max Video Resolution320 x 240
- Screen Size2.4 Inch
- Width2 Inch
- Depth0.35 Inch
- Height3.75 Inch
- Weight2.1 Oz
- OutputsHeadphone Jack
- InterfacesUSB 2.0
- Additional FeaturesFM Radio
- Supported Power SupplyInternal Battery,Rechargeable via USB cable
- Battery TypeLi-ion Battery
- Storage TypeBuilt-in Memory
- Number Of Songs2000
Most relevant reviews
- music-travel-fo...Jun 04, 2013by
Perfect for those who primarily want a music player
This is the perfect media player for those who primarily listen to music and don't want the added expense of those extra bells and whistles of having cell phone, internet or GPS service, a camera or video games (It does, however, have a radio, plays videos and audiobooks, diplays photos, records voice or it's built in radio). I now own three of these - two for travel (a main one and a backup one) and one for every day use at home/work. Here is what I like about this player: 1) It is smaller than the size of a credit card (convenient for carrying around). 2) If one uses it primarily for music the battery really does last for 24 hrs before needing recharging. 3) I'm an audiofile so I llke to listen to uncompressed music. This little player will play uncompressed flac and ogg vorbis music files. 4) It has an 8gb internal memory but lets one insert up to a 32gb micro sdhc flash memory card to obtain a total memory of 40gb. I've put an extensive music library only on my insertable 32gb micro memory card and not on the player's internal memory. So, if the player dies or breaks I don't lose all my music. I just stick my micro memory card into a new player instead of having to do the time consuming downloading again of all my mp3, flac, ogg vorbis etc. music files onto a new player's internal memory. 5) The player is very easy to learn how to use. 6) This player sounds like a high end/audiophile stereo system in one's ears when used with very good or audiophile earphones (i.e., musicians monitors) or headphones.7) The player is inexpensive.Read full review
- indi135Feb 17, 2012by
Not fancy, but great for audiobooks.
This little player does not look like much, but I have not found a better mp3 player for audiobooks. I have owned several of these. They are great because it remembers where you stopped listening to an audiobook and asks if you want to resume or start over, even after you have switched to other tracks. If the the book is not labeled as an audiobook in the properties, however, it is placed in the music folder and this feature does not apply. I like that there is are separate music and audiobook folders. The controls are simple and intuitive. The player integrates data from the expansion slot easily into menus. Because the player only updates if you actually change something, the amount of time it take to turn on is short. Even given the information below, these players will take a lot of beating before you manage to kill them. Cons, and the reason that I didn't give it five stars are: -The buttons wear out easily. It gets difficult to turn the wheel eventually and the on/off switch gets hard to push if you don't have fingernails. -The player randomly turns itself off. I have owned several of these players and this has occurred on all of them. Sometimes it turns itself off only minutes after you start listening. Most of the time this is only a minor annoyance and does not occur at high frequency. -The play/pause button doesn't always function. You will hit the button, and the player will say that it has paused, but it keeps on playing like nothing happened. At this point I just turn the player of and on again and it starts working. None of these cons have been enough to really make me hate the player, and to this point I have tried to upgrade to more fancy players (both other types of Sansa players as well as other brands) and I have not found another player that is as convenient, easy to use, and portable as this player is. If you read audiobooks this is a nice option.Read full review
- mrfixit4511Apr 15, 2012by
Overall, this is a great player and much cheaper than the equivalent iPod.
I have bought two of these Sansa Fuze players, a refurbished one for myself, and a new one for a friend. Overall, I award pretty high marks. The only issue with mine is the headphone jack seems a little too deep, as I had to put a miniature washer on my headphone plug in order for it to make proper contact with the jack on the unit. Doesn't matter which set of phones I use, so I know the issue is with the player. All other features are great, though. The unit I bought for a friend works equally as well, but the issue with that one is that when I try to transfer music files from my library, the unit does not show up on the "To" side of the "Send To" menu. So you have to copy and paste, or use the complicated system outlined in the online manual.
- d44ncerMar 20, 2012by
Very good player, but not sure it lasts.
I bought this Sansa Fuze to play audio books. It has good controls, although not as good as Rio. I used it a lot, and after about a year, it started to fail. It would just stop, and it started again after reset, but not at the current place. Still, it's the best mp3 audio book player I could find, so I ordered another one. Then, seeing that the design changed, I ordered yet another one of this design, because the newer models don't appear to be as good for audio books, in terms of control. We'll see how long the ones I just purchased last! This seller is good.
- ndavis8495Dec 28, 2010by
Sansa Fuze; a good buy for most
Being sort of an anti I-pod guy I liked the fuze as a lower cost alternate. The color screen offers a good view with plenty of options. I mostly listen to audio books and there are good features for that. It is exceptionally nice to have the expansion slot as I am able to keep several books in my wallet for easy transfer/access. I also liked the lower volume controls for listening to rosetta-stone while heading to bed. The one thing I do not care for is the amount of holes and crevices for dust, dirt and water to get into. The lack of full body protection which covers the screen and controls is frustrating, I use a small zip lock bag.
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