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A very popular MP3 player.
Has been this price before but lately I couldn't find the 8gb player new for under £40 (Black only).
Firmware can be changed to Rockbox.

Sansa Clip Zip MP3 Player offers the ultimate on-the-go music experience for the active listener. SanDisk innovation meets versatility at an exceptional value with this feature-rich player.

It boasts a bigger color screen for stunning album art, card slot for expanded memory, new graphical user interface, an added stopwatch to time your workouts, recordable FM Radio, and a built in voice recorder for capturing those spur of the moment thoughts. Whether you need your music to guide you to the finish or to accompany you along the way, the Sansa Clip Zip MP3 Player stays with you on your journey. Sansa Clip Zip MP3 Player gets you there!

Key Features:
- Plays music, audiobooks, and podcasts
- FM radio and voice recording
- New stopwatch feature
- Enhanced 1.1” color screen
- AAC for DRM-free iTunes compatibility
- Plays your favorite content from nearly every source
- Expand your memory using the microSDHC™ memory card slot*
- Rechargeable battery lasts up to 15 hours
- 6 month warranty

Also same price on their Ebay shop. Where you can pay/collect with Nectar points
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SanDisk-8GB-Sansa-Clip-Zip-MP3-Player-Black-/291198746790?pt=UK_AudioTVElectronics_PortableAudio_MP3Players&hash=item43cccc40a6
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#1
Seems a good price, can anyone tell me if I can download straight from iTunes or would I need to convert, thanks
#2
Good price. Many can get away with 8GB. But supposedly, if using a 64GB memory card you have to use Rockbox to get around the maximum song limitation.
#3
mine went funny wit a 64Gb card and Rockbox but anything less and it's spot on
#4
Knowing how often these go faulty I dislike how mymemory only give 6 months warranty

Edited By: simplyjimbo on Jul 27, 2014 11:33
#5
Fake card, did you use a card test app?.
#6
If it's new and sold in the UK, it has to have a full year of warranty?!?
I think the 6 months are the period where MM accept direct return of faulty items. After that but within one year you'd probably have to deal with Sandisk.
Please correct me if I'm wrong.
#7
Had the old one was good for running/backup, only down part was the amount of time it took sometimes to load from the external micro SD
1 Like #8
Super little player - hot!
#9
Tr1gger
Seems a good price, can anyone tell me if I can download straight from iTunes or would I need to convert, thanks

This may help:)
#10
spend the extra and buy a Ipod ffs :p

Edited By: ando on Jul 27, 2014 22:24
#11
Bought two from Amazon. First one died instantly (In the first few hours, wouldn't hard reset) so they replaced.

The second one was fine actually, for a few months, until i installed Rockbox on it. Was sweet as before it corrupted my drive. So left with a brick that turns on every now and again and stops playing after a few tracks.

To tell you the truth if it wasn't for the song limitations and the plethora of threads from people having the same ata errors and faults with Rockbox. I'd be tempted to grab this.

Think I'd rather spend the money on a Cowon X5 or FiiO X3 rather than get this. Cold vote from me.
#12
Fantastic players. I've had my clip zip 3 years and use it more to save my phone battery. These also have fm radio and are compatible with Audible audiobooks which is rare in dedicated mp3 players.

having said that, I'm using mine a lot less these days because I have a free Deezer subscription with my phone. A lot of people now use streaming services so I somewhat agree with @ando. Better to future-proof and get something like an iPod touch (or cheap /old smartphone)


Edited By: nyasham on Jul 27, 2014 22:59: added to the last sentence
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ando
spend the extra and buy a Ipod ffs :p

Why buy an ipod? these sansa clips wipe the floor when it comes to sound quality, And yes I do know what I'm on about, I have both (as well as a couple of Sonys, a couple of Samsungs and a Zen). The 'Clips' have an amazing sound. Owned 2 of these for a good few years, use them more than my others and had no problems whatsoever. Just buy some decent headphones and you're sorted.
#14
boromir_hasenfuss
If it's new and sold in the UK, it has to have a full year of warranty?!?
I think the 6 months are the period where MM accept direct return of faulty items. After that but within one year you'd probably have to deal with Sandisk.
Please correct me if I'm wrong.
You are wrong. Mymemory is NOT a UK or EU company, they are based in Jersey. In the UK/EU the retailer is responsible for repair/replacement for two years. The manufacturers warranty is in addition to your consumer rights.
#15
nyasham
Fantastic players. I've had my clip zip 3 years and use it more to save my phone battery. These also have fm radio and are compatible with Audible audiobooks which is rare in dedicated mp3 players.

having said that, I'm using mine a lot less these days because I have a free Deezer subscription with my phone. A lot of people now use streaming services so I somewhat agree with @ando. Better to future-proof and get something like an iPod touch (or cheap /old smartphone)


Steaming services are not much use at 30,000 feet or commuting on a train. As previously stated an ipod would be a downgrade compared to the Clip,
banned#16
ando
spend the extra and buy a Ipod ffs :p
its kind`a downgrade, if to speak about sound quality.. No offense...
#17
I bought one last time these were this cheap (Actually ended up buying 3) Best mp3 player I've ever used, 2 ipods now gather dust. Rockbox is the dogs danglies.
#18
limegreenzx
nyasham
Fantastic players. I've had my clip zip 3 years and use it more to save my phone battery. These also have fm radio and are compatible with Audible audiobooks which is rare in dedicated mp3 players.

having said that, I'm using mine a lot less these days because I have a free Deezer subscription with my phone. A lot of people now use streaming services so I somewhat agree with @ando. Better to future-proof and get something like an iPod touch (or cheap /old smartphone)


Steaming services are not much use at 30,000 feet or commuting on a train. As previously stated an ipod would be a downgrade compared to the Clip,

Regarding people on the train/plane etc, streaming services like Deezer and Spotify have offline syncing so you can save tracks and playlists locally on your smartphone.

Not sure how an ipod touch would be a downgrade. Apart from FLAC support, browsing by folders and radio, the ipod can do everything the clip-zip can and more through apps (and fyi, an Android equivalent of the ipod touch would have support for FLAC, folders and radio). If you're looking for superior sound quality then you really should be looking for something else entirely like a Cowon or even the Sony NWZ-ZX1.

I'm honestly not panning the Clip Zip. I'm just pointing out that a lot of people are switching to the streaming model and Its a good idea to get something more future-proof

Edited By: nyasham on Jul 28, 2014 07:42
#19
Ah!! Just bought this on Amazon for £40. Great little MP3 player.
#20
Thanks op just bought! Had a clip 4gb for many many years (bought from a HUKD deal), could never fault it until the missus put it through the washing machine :(
#21
Got a few of these clip, sansa, mp3 players....you're only saving about £5 off the full price on there main page......think ill keep the few iv got, and just keep buying micro sd cards for now......
#22
Strange comments about the iPod being 'future proof'. The iPod Shuffle price matches, but how does one add memory to future proof like the Zip?
#23
ando
spend the extra and buy a Ipod ffs :p

I have a 160GB Ipod Classic, this Sansa Sounds better and is a lot louder as it is not EU limited.
#24
moneyforme
ando
spend the extra and buy a Ipod ffs :p

I have a 160GB Ipod Classic, this Sansa Sounds better and is a lot louder as it is not EU limited.

the comment was supposed to be sarcastic, guess it never came across like that
#25
Why do all these versions (4gb,8gb etc) have loads of 1 star reviews on amazon? is the build quality really that bad?
#26
bibbybob
Why do all these versions (4gb,8gb etc) have loads of 1 star reviews on amazon? is the build quality really that bad?

All those people can't be wrong...

I just sent back a Kubik MP3 player, lasted a few months :-(

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