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I'm running a 64 GB in mine. It's a SanDisk Mobile Ultra MicroSDXC Class 10 card, formatted to FAT 32, and partitioned by taking off 300 MB only. I'd be glad to give specifics if requested (quite easy). Oh, I installed Rockbox, too--essential--makes it a whole new level of player. (Installing needs a 32 bit computer or simulation program for the Sansa, also simple.
What is the proper way to remove an sd card from clip zip? Where can I get instructions for loading audiobooks on sd card in this player? Jun 25, 2013
The proper way to remove the SD card is to power the device down, and then press on the SD card to make it pop out. never place the SD card back in to the device or take it out while its powered on.
Yes it does. I download books from Overdrive media and players must meet that requirement to download the wmas. That is why I picked the SanDisk Sansa Clip mp3 player.
I'm looking for an mp3 player that is near as possible to "instant on" -- the one I have now takes about 10 seconds to power on. Is this one faster? Feb 26, 2014
It's not instant on, but I think it takes it more like 4 or 5 seconds to 'boot up'. If you're in the middle of a story it'll come right back to where you left off and be ready to roll. I've had 10 or so of these over the years including earlier models and it's my favorite by far. Cheers, jc
Anyone have any problems with the headphone plug? I received it today and it the plug is defective, I tried three different headphones. Jul 11, 2014
You have to make sure they go all the way in, if you push it and it still has a gap, it sounds crappy. You will know they are in there if you think you broke the headphone jack in the process.
The Clip + has a smaller display then the Zip. Matter of preference mostly. They both are awesome.
I use mine almost only for audio books - love it! love it! I wear it while cleaning, driving (one ear only), relaxing, knitting, traveling, quilting, cooking.... you name it! I've listened to hundreds of books, I often get library books on CD, rip them and move them to the SanDisk player.
Yes, it's proprietary. It plugs into a usb port. It's really just the cable though. Nothing to plug into an electrical outlet. You'd have to buy one of those