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Great way to try before you buy!,
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This review is from: SanDisk SlotRadio To Go MP3 Player w/500+ Songs (Electronics)
I purchased this slot radio knowing exactly what I was getting. This is a bare bones demo model probably given out as a promo at a radio station.After using my own headset (buds don't fit in my small ears) I was very pleased at the sound quality. I wore this the whole time I did the tedious chore of cleaning the house. I really have to say the radio made the time go faster. I immediately looked up a more advanced Sansa player which plays cards, has memory to download your own music & an FM radio (this one does not have either , only uses card)If I had not bought the one on amazon first, I would not have known what a great product is out there. Much more affordable then other products of this design. If you are curious before you buy, this product is a no brainer.
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Initial post: Sep 3, 2011 10:54:46 AM PDT
steve johnson says:
I'm no authority on Sandisk, but these were originally sold on Sandisk' Web site. If they were given away as a radio promotion I'm not aware of it. I bought the Slotmusic player back in 2008; that too is limited to serial play, but I like it because the player always starts exactly where I left off. This is true even if the battery is changed. There are no features other than pause and song skip, but it's a steal at today's price. For the benefit of those reading, you CAN play regular Slotmusic cards, or even MicroSD cards you create yourself. The player will not support subdirectories whatsoever.
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 25, 2012 3:25:52 PM PST
So, you are saying there is no "shuffle" or "random" play function? Every song is played in a certain order time and time again?
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 25, 2012 6:21:22 PM PST
steve johnson says:
On slotradio you can change playlists, if and only if you are using a pre-recorded slotradio card. On cards you put together yourself, songs will play in the exact order you put them on your card. You can skip ahead to the next song or pause, nothing else.
In reply to an earlier post on Mar 20, 2012 7:53:06 PM PDT
Book Scout says:
there are 7 playlist, you can change the playlist and skip songs within a playlist. it does not need a random or shuffle, it works out well if you are fine with variety of songs. that is with the internal card that comes with it, you can swap out for your own SD card and load whatever you want. It would then not be random or shufflable. (<- yes, I know not a real word)
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