This will plug into any portable speaker that you have. Also if you have a newer car it will plug into AUX for playing over the radio. Its a super MP3 Player. My husband liked it so much I bought one for him too.
Yes it is. I transfer audio books from the OverDrive media console on almost a daily basis. Works perfectly! And in case you go over your lending time period on the books, the Sansa won't erase them automatically. That's my favorite part!
Look at the front of the unit. Notice the center main button? Above that is another (toggle) that looks like this >II. This is the pause button which will stop the music. If you pause the music and turn off the unit, when you turn it on again you are still in pause mode and music will not play until you toggle that mode to start playing once more. This will also show up on the bottom of the display to the left of the timeline as > or >II for play mode or pause. You can stop the music by simply turning the unit off, this causes no damage. When you power on again the music resumes where you left off.
I have to tell you I am not the most computer knowledgeable person, so I hope this helps you. I use Media Player for music.
1. load cd in hard drive.
2. cd should be display in playlist.
3. if the title and songs are not listed you will manually have to input the information.
4. at the top of the screen you should see rip setting.
5. there will be a check mark by each song in the playlist.
6. you can uncheck any song you do not want to rip.
7. click the rip setting at the top of screen. this will start the ripping process.
8. ripping will create your music library.
9. once the library is created you can sync your music to the mp3 player.
10. drag the songs you which to sync to the sync column.
11. click sync tab at the top of the screen.
12. this will start the sync process.
13. once the sync process is completed your are ready to enjoy the music on your mp3 player.
I hope this helps you. Good luck!!