Why you guys are so keen on 16gb model ? I mean get a 64gb card and you are good to go.
Or am I missing something here ?
Sandisk charges $10 for each 4gb bump in capacity, but Amazon sells 64gb micro sd cards (also made by Sandisk) for $40, which translates to $2.50 for every 4gb. So adding a micro sd to the 4gb model will minimize your cost per gb.
However, if you have a gigantic music collection, it's worth paying the $30 premium for an extra 12gb of built-in storage.
Hi, i bought it last week because my old(s) Clip Zip have not enough battery life for my use, just my point of view for one thing ; i'am disappointed by the fact that Sport model have a Worst quality of reception for FM radio (here in Paris) then Sansa Zip..., 1/3 of the same radios station who was perfect with Sansa Zip have Annoying problem of reception on Sport model that switch from mono to stereo depending of position of the cable/antena of my heaphone move, let's go sport with that...
Too bad..., any sugestion for a small radio With a clip to fix it on shirt ?
After less that a year my Clip Zip packed it in; it froze up and nothing would break the ice. Grudgingly I bought a Sandisk Clip Sport. Be warned, the firmware on this player is half baked. There are problems galore and it lacks half the functionality of the last generation. It has also increased in size (I can't say why) and the plastic for the buttons feels particularly cheap.
It seems that Sandisk is interested in cost cutting materials so that instead of their players evolving and improving over time they get reinvented in a newer, more cheaply made form for which they charge the same amount of money.
I realize this isn't meant to be a high end player, I don't expect that. I do expect basic, reliable functionality and competent build quality. Sandisk would be wise to release a firmware update that improves this device (focus on the stability) and to hold off on future iterations until they achieve a superior level of quality control.
This will be my second and last Sansa product I will ever own. I cant believe such a thing could possibly be sold! Come to think of it, even Best Buy didnt have one on display at the time of my purchase.
IMO only apple devices worth using is classic or touch. Classic for storage space, touch for spotify, google music, pandora etc support and external dac support. The nano just can't compete with the cheaper sony walkmans imo. the shuffle is practically useless, especially when sansa clip zip is cheaper, same-ish size, has expandable storage and rockbox.
Have to love The Venture Bros.
To be fair to the Clip Sport it does have superior battery life (over previous generations) and the sound quality is still good. It still needs that firmware update.