Summary: I love sansa products and I brought this one for my mom it was ok but i didn't like that the batteries seemed to drain quickly. No matter if they were duracell, energizer, or a generic. they all seemed to be drain too fast.
Its okay overall... I just HATE one feature: The FM recording isn't unstop, it only last 2 hours...
23 August 2011
Summary: Hello! Its okay overall... Its okay overall... I just HATE one feature: The FM recording isn't unstop, it only last 2 hours... The one figure I like is that AAA battery capacity... I don't like rechargeable mp3, because recording eat up battery power... That's all for me...
Summary: I purchased this Sanso player for audiobooks, and it's the best I've found so far. I was especially looking for one that ran on batteries. There's nothing worse than being in the middle of a page-turner and having to stop to recharge your devise! Or being on a hike, on an airplane, etc. where it's impossible to find an electric outlet. Plus it's very lightweight and fits easily into a pocket.
Summary: Used the player for about three months. Worked good. Then one day when I turned it on, it froze up completely--pressing the controls had no effect on the display or operation of the player. I tried a new battery. No effect. The only way to turn it off now is to take out the battery. I will never buy a SanDisk product again.
Summary: Good: Easy to copy music in MSC mode, FM radio Bad: Clunky interface, MTP mode only works with Media Player (and poorly), AAA battery drains fast. Bottom Line: I bought this as a backup player while I await my Zune trade in to arrive. For the used price I paid, it was worth it, but I think there are superior brands out there for those looking for newer small gig capacity players.