Summary: Not happy with the headaches of attempting to program this machine. it can't even load a book without scrambling the chapters. what up wit dat? tried several times to work out the gliches, in the end just living with it best I can. a real tech disappointment for me.
The screen is pretty much useless for anything but menu selection
Patrick Phillips, Amazon
7 March 2015
Summary: This is my third SanDisk Mp3 player. I have owned a Sansa Fuze, then an E280, and now the clip sport. They all played well, and work well with Windows Media Player, but sadly the interface has gone down hill with the clip sport. I miss the rotating wheel from the Fuze and the E280.
An improvement in some ways and a step back in others
Ricardo M., Amazon
11 January 2015
Summary: I'm a longtime Clip fan ever since the 1st model came out 5 or 6 years ago having owned every version and model. This latest model fixes my biggest gripe of the Clip+ model (the last great model): short battery life.
Summary: It works, and its pretty easy to use. Battery life is ok about 8 hours from my experience. But given how I've only really used it for about a hour a day it easily lasts a week for me without having to recharge.
I think this product works very nicely for what it needs to be
Ryan Devoe, Amazon
18 November 2014
Summary: I think this product works very nicely for what it needs to be. I mean the headphones are great quality, but the left headphone speaker blew, and only from listening to it half way. Sound quality is very good, plenty of memory for me.
Summary: I bought this after I read that it played .flac files. These are high res. at 96 kB. I tried to use it and they wouldn't play. Eventually tech support told me why. It only supports 16 bit resolution. All I have ever seen are 24 bit files.
Decent Compact, Large Capacity, Inexpensive Music Player
Erik "Erik", Amazon
26 October 2014
Summary: This is a good music player if you want something small, light and relatively inexpensive with a large storage capacity. It has a few flaws that can be overcome with open source firmware. If you are going to use the open source Rockbox firmware with this player you can add another star to my review.
Summary: I purchased the Clip Sport in September of 2014. The support for FLAC is lacking. FLAC files will play, but they do not show up properly under the Music menus. This behavior is the same whether the files are Internal or on the External card.