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5.0 out of 5 stars Works with a Sansa Fuze, March 28, 2009
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The card arrived when they said it would. Took it out of the box and stuck it in my MP3 player, the Sansa Fuze (2GB model) and it recognized it immediately and I was able to start putting music on it (didn't need to format it). I put about 10GB of music on it which took roughly 2 hrs to load. After the initial upload of all my music. Adding a new album only took a couple of minutes. After I disconnect the Fuze from the computer it took approx 8-10 minutes to refresh the media library. I have the latest firmware update for the Fuze (maybe older firmware versions are slower - I don't know). The upload speeds didn't bother me because I'm only loading my whole library once and then its only a song/album or two at a time and that's only a few minutes. The card came with a SD adapter - so if you have a SD reader your set. I now have a 18GB MP3 Player!
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Initial post: Sep 1, 2009 2:07:33 PM PDT
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In reply to an earlier post on Jan 28, 2010 2:32:57 AM PST
Last edited by the author on Mar 1, 2010 3:51:18 PM PST
bill says:
In 2001, they were selling 256MB players for $200-450.....

In reply to an earlier post on Mar 1, 2010 12:34:36 PM PST
Gary Tsai says:
Uh yeah.. go out and find another flash-drive based mp3 player that can store 18 gb for less than $80. Lol, if they were selling 18 gbs in 2001, they would have literally gone for thousands...

And yeah, hard-drives hold 160 gb+. But you can't run with em, you can't do anything with them unless you're studying or have a desk job, and if you're in that situation, you might as well play it on your laptop, since you'll probably be using it anyway. Who really listens to 160 gb of music anyway lol. 40,000 songs at 4 min each... lol thats like 100 days straight of music

Posted on Apr 8, 2011 12:48:35 PM PDT
Thanks for the review. This is exactly what I wanted to hear as it's also a Sansa Fuze (greatest bang-for-buck mp3 player ever....) that I'm wanting to add more memory to.

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 25, 2011 3:33:20 PM PDT
kc0nlh says:
depends on the length of song and quality. loss less tracks that are long are big. I regularly listen to tracks that are longer then 5min long I never understood why so meany songs are so short.

Posted on Nov 28, 2011 7:54:56 AM PST
Terrance says:
Glad to know it works on the Fuze, You should put the Rockbox software on the fuze, it improves sound greatly and has many more options to customize the player fully.
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