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SanDisk 512 MB MP3 Player Blue

by SanDisk

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  • Includes stereo earphones, 1 AAA battery, belt clip, CD software
  • Plays MP3, WMA, and WMA DRM
  • Digital FM tuner with 20 preset stations
  • Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port for fast and easy transfer of files
  • Compatible with Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP; Mac OS 9.2x+, 10.1.2+
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameSanDisk
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions9 x 6 x 2 inches
Item model numberSDMX1-512-A18
Number of Items1
Remote Control DescriptionNone
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB00066EK3G
Shipping Weight1 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 1, 2004
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: SanDisk
  • Model: SDMX1-512-A18
  • Digital Storage Capacity: 512 MB
  • Supported Standards: MP3, WMA, WMA DRM
  • Hardware Platform: Mac, PC
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

A small, portable player that uses embedded flash memory instead of a rotating hard drive and plays for up to 15 continuous hours on a single AAA battery. The new Digital Audio Players combine crystal-clear sound with a sleek design and sport a three-button/one-joystick design and easy-to-navigate user interface. They feature MP3, Windows Media file and Windows Media-based DRM file playback, FM radio and voice recording and can double as a USB data storage device.

Features

  • Plays MP3, WMA, and WMA DRM
  • Stores over 8 hours/120 songs of MP3; 16 hours/240 songs of WMA music (Playback at 128 kbps MP3, 64 kbps WMA)
  • Digital FM tuner with 20 preset stations
  • Voice Recorder with built-in microphone
  • Create multiple custom playlists
  • Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port for fast and easy transfer of files
  • Up to 15 hours continuous playback using one AAA battery (included)
  • Indigo backlit multi-line LCD display

Box Contents

  • Digital Audio Player
  • Carrying case with armband
  • Stereo Earphones
  • AAA Alkaline Battery
  • USB 2.0 Cable
  • Quick Start Guide
  • CD with Musicmatch Jukebox Software, User Guide, and Windows 98E Driver
Dimensions

  • 2.96" x 1.28" x .82" (L x W x H)
  • 28.9 grams (without battery), 39.7 grams (with battery)
System Requirements

  • Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP; Mac OS 9.2x+, 10.1.2+
  • Compatible with MP3, WMA, and WMA DRM (purchased music)
  • Intel Pentium PC or equivalent; Macintosh computer with USB support
  • CD-ROM drive
  • USB 2.0 port required for Hi-Speed transfer

Product Description

Sandisk MP3 Player is very small, so small and so light that you can wear it on your neck as a pendant. A small, portable player that uses embedded flash memory instead of a rotating hard drive and plays for up to 15 continuous hours on a single AAA battery. This player combines crystal-clear sound with a sleek design and sports a three-button/one-joystick design and an easy-to-navigate user interface. It features MP3, Windows Media file and Windows Media-based DRM file playback, FM radio and voice recording. It can also double as a USB data storage device.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Comes with pretty good earphones and arm strap.
Todd
Overall, the Sandisk 512 MP3 player is one of the best MP3 players on the market.
Christopher Griffin
This MP3 player is easy to use, has great sound and seems very functional.
Elizabeth M. Jaeger

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289 of 298 people found the following review helpful By Ajay on December 15, 2004
Nice little mp3 player, solid and small. I got mine from Amazon for $108, Newegg didn't have it in stock at the time:-( Anyway great little mp3 player, I was considering the Creative Muvo N200 and the Muvo TX FM both 512MB models, both have radio also and cost about the same as the sandisk, the N200 has a line in, the TX FM doesn't. The Muvo TX FM can also be used as a flash drive for moving files of any type and does not need a cable to connect to a pc. They are nice products, but after I saw them in a store I realized that they were too small and the screens were microscopic.

I have perfect eye sight but I am so accustomed to my Iriver IMP-350's nice remote with good display size( a CD MP3 player). I looked at the manuals of the creative Muvo's and the sandisk SDMX1-512 and was able to see that the interface and menus of the Sandisk player was superior to the Creative Muvo's. [...] I also considered the Iriver flash players, but they were too expensive(still are). I have only used my Sandisk player for 2 days now and it has given me no problems.

The file transfer is very fast and the battery life seems pretty good so far. The battery is at 3/4 bars after 2 days of use, and it's the cheap alkaline battery that came with the player. I have one complaint, I wish it came with a neck strap like the creative Muvo's. I used a strap from an old pair of sun glasses. It comes with a nice clear plastic protective case and a set of cheap air phones, plus a nice velcro arm strap for all you joggers. The quick start manual is ok, the full manual if on the CD or the website. It's got a nice backlight and clear screen, sound quality is excellent and radio reception is very good, better than my Iriver IMP-350's reception.
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194 of 199 people found the following review helpful By Matt Mansfield on January 5, 2005
I really, really like the Sandisk 512MB MP3 player!

I bought this a couple of days ago because I've started running on the treadmill. I was using the old yellow Sony sport armband model that was just a radio, and it was driving me crazy when commercials came on (or a slow song -- death during a workout!).

The MP3 player allowed me to load much of my music (ripped to the WMA format to fit more) and the shuffle allows me to start the music and just go, never knowing what's coming next, but always knowing it will rock!

The radio is also very nice on this unit. The reception is clear and there are more than enough preset slots to save my stations.

Contrary to an earlier comment, I find the size of this unit is just fine for a workout. The unit is also VERY light; I barely noticed it was there.

Also, echoing another earlier comment, when copying to the unit, I treated it like a hard drive and just set up folders with my music sorted into the approprate spot. That created playlists.

The one issue I have with this MP3 player is in the area on controls, more specifically while I am running.

The controls while setting up the unit are actually pretty good (if you have the manual handy...they are not intuitive, but the manual lays it out OK)! They crammed a lot of features into a little package and it has all I need.

However, if I want to switch from radio to recorded music or back the other way WHILE running, it is very difficult. That's not usually a big problem though: I'll probably use one method or the other during a workout, so the switch is not a huge issue.

Overall, I am very pleased with this player. It is more than worth the significantly lower price I paid for it (vs. say, the iPod). Go for it, you won't be disappointed!
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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 31, 2005
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I bought the Sandisk 512 MP3 player for use while running. If you are a runner, you probably already know that the jukebox-style (e.g. Ipod) and CD-style MP3 players don't work well because the constant jarring makes it impossible for the player to read its media. Memory-based units like this one don't have this problem because there are no moving parts to jar. Weight and a rugged case are also considerations. I compared this unit to others made by Apple, Rio, Creative, and iRiver breaking the units down by size, price, capacity, and features. With few minor differences, all of these players look pretty much identical with the exception of the Apple (No display? Are they kidding?), iRiver (AA battery instead of AAA = more battery life), and the Sandisk because it is the least expensive of the bunch.

So I bought it, and here's what I've found thus far. I'll break this up into three categories:
1. The Player -
+ It's small and light. I can run with this in my hand and barely notice that I'm carrying it.
+ Nice sound for an MP3 player.
+ Good user interface - some people didn't like having to learn it, but I found it quite useful. Particularly since I can listen to the music and adjust the equalizer at the same time.
o The construction of the unit does not speak of durability. It is so light, however, that I am not sure if there is enough mass to cause it to break if dropped. I will update after I drop it for the first time - whenever that happens.
- Bump for battery in case makes it more difficult to fit into my existing arm-band holder with my cell phone. OK, that sounds like whining. Probably is whining.
2. The Headphones -
+ Nice sound - great bass response for earbuds.
+ Comfortable to wear.
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