- Brand Name: SanDisk
- Model Number: SDMX14R-002GK-A57
- Digital Storage Capacity: 2 GB
- Color: Black
- Supported Audio Format: MP3//WMA//WAV//AA
SanDisk Sansa Fuze 2 GB Video MP3 Player (Black)
- Listen, watch, and play all day with 24 hours of battery life and room for up to 500 songs
- Watch your favorite video clips or share your photos on the 1.9-inch color screen
- Digital FM radio with 20 preset stations
- Voice recording with built-in microphone
- Expand your existing 2 GB memory with the microSD/microSDHC slot
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Smaller than a credit card and as thin as a pencil, the new Sansa Fuze MP3 player looks great--and has the brains to match. With room for up to 500 songs**, you can listen anytime, anywhere. Jam to FM radio with 20 preset stations, play with the built-in voice recorder, and listen to your favorite audiobooks wherever you go. And with 24 hours of battery life, you're free to listen, watch, and play all day--literally.
Watch Your Favorite Videos
The Sansa Fuze comes with 2 GB of built-in memory enough to store 6-hour video playback segments. Watch your favorite TV video clips from wherever you are. To ensure speedy file transfers, the unit features a USB 2.0 connection. Simply connect the player to a PC, and start dragging files from your Windows Media Player 10 or 11 applications.
With an option to extend the capacity, its MicroSD/SDHC memory card slot means storage possibilities are essentially unlimited. Expand your music collection, show albums of photos with up to 1,000 images**, and watch your favorite videos on those long trips.
The player supports MPEG4 video files and audio files saved in MP3, secure and unsecured WMA, WAV, Audible, and Overdrive file formats.
If you're feeling like a break from your own tunes, or want to dial in the TV frequency at the gym, use the digital FM tuner. Save your favorites on the 20 user presets.
Use the voice recorder with built-in microphone to take memos, record meetings or lectures, or capture whatever else you might feel inclined to point a microphone at. When you're ready, transfer your files for listening on your PC.
What's in the Box
SanDisk Sansa Fuze 2 GB MP3 player (black), earphones, USB 2.0 cable, quick start guide
* 1 gigabyte (GB) = 1 billion bytes; some of the listed capacity is used for formatting and other functions; thus, it is not available for data storage
** Based on continuous audio playback at 128 kpbs MP3; video playback at 512 kbps/ MPEG 4; photos based on 1.7 MB average file size; battery life and performance might vary depending upon usage and settings; battery not replaceable.
From the Manufacturer
Keep hundreds of tunes or hours of audiobook listening at the ready wherever you go. Or tune into FM radio for news and fresh music anytime. And you've got up to 24 hours for audio playback and 5 hours of video playback with your internal rechargeable battery***.
Keep hours of home video or your favorite movies at the ready--and load them onto your Sansa Fuze player quickly thanks to USB 2.0 connection. Just drag and drop files from your Windows Media Player 10 or 11 applications.
With the built-in microphone, you can record memos, lectures or all those unexpected, mic-worthy moments throughout your day. When you're ready, transfer the files to your PC for listening and sharing.
Storage possibilities are essentially unlimited because, unlike other MP3 players, you can swap out the memory card. So get a bigger card or start a memory card library to hold your whole universe of entertainment.
The Sansa Fuze player supports MPEG-4 video files and audio files saved in MP3, secure and unsecured WMA, WAV, Audible and Overdrive file formats**.
So what's in the box?
anDisk Sansa Fuze MP3 player, earphones, USB 2.0 cable, quick start guide.
* 1 gigabyte (GB) = 1 billion bytes. Some capacity not available for data storage.
** Approximation based on 4-minute songs at 128kbps.
*** Approximation based on 512kbps video stream.
* Based on 2MB average file size.
** Videos (MPEG-4) Music (MP3, WMA, secure WMA and audio book file formats), Photos (JPEG). For additional specifications, please go to sansa.com for more information.
*** Based on continuous audio playback at 128kbps MP3; video playback at 512kbps/MPEG4; battery life and performance may vary depending upon usage and settings; battery not replaceable.
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Top Customer Reviews
After having both for about a month now I don't understand why anyone would buy an Ipod. Other than the beautifully designed packaging and product it is the most difficult proprietary product out there. You have to use Itunes to register the unit and load music. In my case downloading Itunes messes with my Windows Media Player which I use as a player linked to a hard drive which is my in home music server. In order to fix the software conflicts between Itunes and Windows Media I had to resort to uninstalling Itunes which by it self did not solve the problem. Only after defragementing my hard drive did the problem go away.
The Sansa Fuze was so simple to load with music I was amazed. Simplily plug it in and drag and drop. It even gives you the option of specifying what type of music file you prefer (ie compressed or not). With storage expansion via card and an FM player it is fantastic.
So while I appreciate the visual design of the Ipod it is extremely over rated to me. Don't buy an Ipod unless you are only interested in looks over performance.
When you get the unit, plug it in to the USB cable to charge it. Once it is charged, go into the settings menu and change the mode to MSC. This makes the Fuze act like a regular flash drive, so it will work with any operating system that supports USB. Next, format the unit. Sandisk includes some sample music that was installed in MTP mode. The two modes are not compatible, so your player will have wasted space if you keep the sample music.
Next, go to Sandisk's website. They will have a *.bin file available so you can flash the Fuze's firmware to the latest version. Just copy the file over with any file manager. They do have an updater program, but that doesn't work on my OS.
You now have a player that can handle FLAC and OGG format audio, as well as all the usual ones. That means Librivox and Project Gutenberg audiobooks work, so hard to find classics are easy to get. And if you're an audiophile, you can use FLAC for higher quality sound. There is enough space to fit at least 4 hours of MP3s and a short audiobook.
EDIT: I've picked up a set of cheap IEMs (jvc air cushions, about 80-90% as good as the high end IEMs I've used, at 1/10 the price). The sound is now very clear, with no hiss. Sometimes a good audio chip will have software that adds hiss, but the Fuze is free of this problem. The whole setup will easily fit into a jeans pocket, even if you're a curvy female who likes a close fit.
The display is not visible on a sunny day in direct sun on the lowest brightness setting. Tilting it slightly solves that. The clock is visible even when the unit is locked.Read more ›
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