Sandisk SDMX11N-2048K-E70 MP3 Player Sansa Clip 2GB Black
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- Up to 15* hours continuous playback using internal rechargeable battery
- Supports MP3, WMA, secure WMA, and Audible audio file formats
- Hi-speed USB 2.0 port for fast and easy transfer of files
- Voice recorder w/built-in microphone
- Colour: Black
- *Approximation based on 4 minute songs at 128 kbps MP3
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The Sansa" Clip is a compact MP3 player that boasts big sound and comes loaded with useful features, including a clip for wearing, voice recorder and a large bright, four-line screen. The Sansa Clips solid state flash memory allows for skip-free playback of music, making it a perfect music player for the gym-goer, runner, walker or traveler. Overall everything you need for a great digital music and audio book experience is found in the Sansa Clip.
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Top Customer Reviews
The result is... excellent! It is an amazingly neat little device but does everything I need. My requirements were (apart from obvious things like the capacity of it, etc.) 1) A screen so you can pick that to play from a list. 2) Playlists 3) Resume feature, for audio books. The Clip has all these.
Sound quality is very good as well, probably not real hi-fi but excellent for this kind of device and I'm sure it'll be fine in the car when I get it fixed up, what with the engine noise, wind noise, etc. The supplied headphones seemed ok, but I had some fairly decent Sonys so I am using them.
Only criticism I'd have really is that the interface with the computer isn't that intuitive. However, I sorted it out quickly enough so it's no biggie. I use Windows Media Player to organise my music - don't know how well other music apps would work.
If you are considering the Clip, consider no longer - get one.
Its very small, light & classy (in a plastic kind of way), and as everyone else says .... it has a great sound.
I teamed mine up with a pair of Senheiser 2oo headphones, and once you go into settings and bump up the volume limit .... it rocks.
I love the way that it clips on to your lapel, or sleeve and it is so light and small that you instantly forget about it. Other than that .... its an mp3 player. What more is there to say?
The player is a fraction of the size but the battery lasts much longer,its not run out yet after a couple of days of good use( she would have been asking me to charge the samsung by now).
As already said the volume goes loud enough once you find the menu to up the level from normal to loud.
For the size the display seems to jump out at you and looks a lot larger than size it really is.
The radio reception isn't fantastic but what would you expect ,how on earth do they get all the stuff inside there anyway,its not even big enough for a battery.
For the price i think its fantastic, i think it so good i might even get one for myself.
No special software required, just drop files onto it via Explorer. When you disconnect from the USB it re-indexes itself in a few seconds.
The sound is good though I have only used it with good Sony headphones.
Early indications on battery life are good.
At the price it's brilliant alternative to an overpriced iPod. Go for it.
Sansa clips are fantastic in design and playback.
i had mine 5 months and then it decided to have issues with crackling interference appearing whilst playing back any tunes, i opted to format it which resolved it for a week where it gradually got worse again, i tried this countless times, after charging it one day it had froze an could not turn it off or do anything, alongside the interference it was too frustrating so i decided to see if it would stick to a wall using extreme velocity, it did not stick, however it did make me feel a lot better.
my opinion is its cheap for a reason, some are lucky some are not, i happen to be never lucky so i am going to buy a new one.
On the other hand, if you want something that plays music, and is easy to use, then this is wonderful!!
I have just joined the gym, and my phone was too bulky as an MP3. I was looking at either the Apple or Creative equiv. I knew I wanted a display, which ruled out the Shuffle. And reviews for the Sansa Clip were pretty excellent across the board.
It's simple to use - the Menu button is very useful
The sound is great
The screen is clear
The fact that it treats audio books differently to play lists
The earphones aren't the best, but they're OK.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved the size, the ease of operation, the price the sound. Used 3 times a week when at gym and a couple of holidays. Battery never held charge for long. Read morePublished on 18 Nov. 2013 by Rachel's Grandma
These sansa clips are fabulous wee devices, very user friendly - quick and easy to manage even for those of us not that into technology. Read morePublished on 5 Dec. 2011 by Cat
Sound is not too bad but it's not superb. Battery life is poor, unlike the impression I had before buying it from reading the reviews. Read morePublished on 13 Aug. 2011 by H Abu
Does what it says on the box. I bought this MP3 Player as it's so much smaller and lighter than my IPOD and therefore ideal for listening to my favorite tracks whilst running. Read morePublished on 7 July 2011 by Steven
I loved using Sansa Clip, it's easy, it's quick and the sound is really good, even with the headphones that come with it. The clip is strong and stays on even while running. Read morePublished on 10 Jan. 2011 by Sib
Bought this to listen to music whilst walking to college. Didn't realise it did not have an expnadable memory slot, as the description did not state this. Read morePublished on 15 Nov. 2010 by Ms. J. F. Greig
The MP3 arrived faulty. I put it on charge for 5 hours (waisting my electricity as it can only be charged through the pc with the adapter supplied, meaning I had to have my whole... Read morePublished on 21 Sept. 2010 by Ms. H. Hammerton
I've had this player for about a year now and I love it. I've also got an iPod Classic and my wife has an iPod Nano but they just don't compare to this player for quality and... Read morePublished on 5 Aug. 2010 by dazfuller
Waited some time for this player to be released. When I got it going, to a degree enjoyed it's portability and the radio feature. Read morePublished on 15 Dec. 2009 by K. Weston