- Brand Name: SanDisk
- Model Number: SDMX6R-2048K-A18
- Digital Storage Capacity: 2 GB
- Color: Black
- Supported Audio Format: MP3, WMA, WAV, audible, Protected WMA
SanDisk Sansa Express 2 GB MP3 Player (Black)
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- Sleek, ultra-thin digital MP3 player with 2 GB flash memory
- Stores up to 500 MP3 files (16 hours) or 1,000 WMA files (32 hours)
- FM tuner with recording capability; built-in mic for digital voice recording
- Supports MP3, WMA, WAV, Audible, and protected WMA playback
- 4-line OLED display; measures 3.1 x 1 x 0.65 inches (W x H x D)
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Fits Any Lifestyle
The Sansa Express connects directly to your computer's USB port. That means no extra cables to add to your already-cluttered desktop (if you do require a cable, an extension USB cable is included). Weighing less than an ounce and about the size of a pack of chewing gum, the Express can easily go anywhere you go.
Full-Featured MP3 Player
The Sansa Express supports MP3, WMA, protected WMA, WAV, and Audible file formats. It includes 2 GB of flash memory, along with a microSD slot to expand your capacity and provide music portability. It also supports most subscription music stores.
Enjoy FM Radio--Now or Later
The Sansa Express features a digital FM radio tuner and the ability to record radio broadcasts. Keep that interview or song for later reference. Program up to 20 of your favorite stations as presets.
Have a thought you need to get down before it evades you? Use the built-in microphone to record voice memos.
Once connected to your computer, the Express is detected by your operating system and appears as additional drive. Simply drag and drop your music files to the Express and you're ready to go. The lithium polymer battery is also recharged while the device is connected, giving you up to 15 hours of use at full capacity. The device is compatible with Windows XP and Vista, and requires Windows Media Player 10 or later.
What's in the Box
Sansa Express Player, Headphones, Lanyard, USB Extension Cable, and Quick Start Guide.
Top Customer Reviews
PS: It works great with the free MS Windows Media Player 11.0!
I recommend buying the 2 gb version because a 1 gb expansion card costs just about the same compared to the difference between the 1 gb and 2 gb versions of this product.
Only a few notes:
The shuffle option does not seem to spread out music from their initial alphabetical-order well.
A few minor problems of not turning on or freezing, but this occurs after unplugging the device from a computer or initially turning it on. The problems do not occur during playback. A "hard reset" fixes everything. When I bought this product, I noticed bad reviews, but I also noticed reviews that explained how to circumvent problems noted in the bad reviews. A "hard reset" was the answer in their reviews and the answer from my own experience as well.
1. Small size
2. Direct USB connection - no need to carry a USC cable around with you (although it comes with a small USB extension cable for use if you need it)
3. Doubles as a USB drive - I have had no problems storing all kinds of files on it
4. Syncs well with Windows Media Player or simply by drag and drop
5. FM player and recorder
6. Charges fairly quickly from computer
7. Decent battery life
8. Good sound quality
9. Micro SD expandable memory slot
1. Prone to occasional glitches such as screen freezes (I found that connecting it to a live USB port will fix these problems)
2. Sound quality of FM recording is average at best
3. FM radio appears to mainly use headphones as antenna - may need to find the right pair of headphones for best FM signals
4. User interface could be slightly better
The headphones that come with the device provide decent sound and FM radio signal but are not comfortable (to me). I purchased another pair immediately. I would update the device's software as soon as you get it to improve reliability. Use the device lock and remember to turn it off when you're done using it to avoid the battery from running out - it is easy to turn on accidentally.
You always end with a lot of music sorted as unknown artist / unknown album.
As it can't find the track number on e-books, the chapters come in the wrong order. I got so sick of it that I went back to Creative...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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was not able to use it...had trouble figuring out functions and instructions were non existant i should have sent it backPublished on December 15, 2013 by Dr. Hope Fay
It's a lousy machine, not recommended. I bought two, one is damaged the month and one year. All this MP3 music stored on the lost. I do not recommend buying it. Read morePublished on August 21, 2013 by Rosa Maita
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but i keep losing my place whenever i listen to audiobooks (which is why i bought this wma compatible device in the first place). Read morePublished on May 15, 2012 by samiam