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SanDisk Sansa m240 1Gb MP3 Player - £11.99 @ Amazon !

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Description : Take your music on the go with the feather-light SanDisk Sansa M240 1 GB flash memory digital audio player, which is bulked up with a surprising amount of features for such a small device. In addition to playing both MP3 and WMA audio files, it also sports a digital voice recorder. It supports the Microsoft Windows Media Player 10 and features PlaysForSure support for portable music downloads. And it's powered by a single AAA battery, which will provide up to 19 hours of battery life.

The 1 GB Sansa M240 will hold approximately 16 hours of CD-quality MP3 tracks (encoded at 128kps) or 32 hours of WMA tracks (at 64kbps). It's compatible with MP3, WMA, secure WMA, and Audible audio file formats. With five different equalizer types, you can optimize the sound for your favorite style of music, such as, Rock, Jazz, Classical, Pop, and Custom (user-defined). You can also use the built-in microphone and voice recording function to capture interviews, classes, and short voice notes to yourself.
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#1
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Technical Details

[LIST]
[*]Lightweight flash memory digital audio player--weighs just 1.5 ounces
[*]1 GB memory holds 16 hours of MP3 and 32 hours of WMA audio
[*]Microsoft PlaysForSure support for compatibility with wide range of online stores and subscription services
[*]Built-in microphone and voice recorder
[*]Powered by single AAA battery, for up to 19 hours of usage[/LIST]
#2
Anyone actually used one?

I picked up a cheap MP3 player (not Sandisk) and it was pretty much totally unusable.
#3
Badgers
Anyone actually used one?

I picked up a cheap MP3 player (not Sandisk) and it was pretty much totally unusable.


Good reviews @ Amazon... follow the link in OP and scroll down the page to read the reviews :)
#4
edi
Good reviews @ Amazon... follow the link in OP and scroll down the page to read the reviews :)


Mmm ... also quite a few bad reviews too by the looks of it. Seems a few failures after a few months, flimsy design etc

I see they do a 2gb version also for £19.99 .. the reviews there are also worth a read.

I'm tempted but some of the reviews worry me :?
#5
I have this player and very happy with it. Bought it about an year ago.
#6
Badgers
Anyone actually used one?

I picked up a cheap MP3 player (not Sandisk) and it was pretty much totally unusable.

I bought one of these last year for about £25, was great while it lasted (about 8 months), but now frozen and can't use it any more. Shame!:-(
#7
cathjaneg2000
I bought one of these last year for about £25, was great while it lasted (about 8 months), but now frozen and can't use it any more. Shame!:-(

If under 12 months, you can send it back.
#8
One of the biggest issues I had was volume on the one I had.
It was so quiet that on public transport you could hear everyone in the carriage talking!!

Maybe better headphones would have fixed the issue but I resent paying £20ish for a set of headphones to (hopefully) correct the volume on a £10 MP3 player :)
#9
#10
I have got 2gb version and very unhappy with it,there is no options to file browsing as well as u can't delete anything from it on the go.
head phone connection gone after 2 month.
very bad choice that was.
#11
can we hear POSITIVE reviews? haha jeez this should be stone cold.
#12
I tried 2, both became faulty within 24 hours...can't remember if it was the 1 or 2GB version. I believe I typed up a review somewhere on Amazon.

Do any MP3 players actually work?
#13
I have a 512mb version. They're pretty damn good, especially at such low prices. Sounds great, can control most things, even custom equalizer, battery lasts ages, even if you leave them inside the player (some cheap players seem to drain the batteries even not in use).

I have seperate earphones that i always use, so can't comment on the earphones, can't see them being bad, but then if you really like music sounding great then you should really invest in a good pair of earphones. You can get really good ones at really good prices nowadays.

You can create a playlist as well, so you can organise the songs in the order you want them to be with winamp and then save the playlist file to the player. Can't have seperate directories though, have to have all the songs in one folder which is a little annoying when it comes to organising stuff. You also have other ways of choosing the songs, by artist, year, list etc. When flipping through the songs in list view, it does manage to show several lines which is nice.

In comparing it to be previous cheap player (those ones from ebay) - the sound is definitely much better/clearer.

Controls are very easy to use. You don't have to use special software like some sony products to transfer songs, instead you can just copy the files to the player as it pops up as a new external drive.

If you're not fussy about having a large screen with lots of colours and videos, these are great for simply listening to music. All in all, seems like a very good price for a 1gb player. You can use it as storage if you're willing to carry the cable around with you :giggle: It's also slightly thicker than it seems in the picture, due to the battery. In the picture it looks like it's 1cm in thickness, when it's more like 2cm (as in front to back).
#14
cathjaneg2000
I bought one of these last year for about £25, was great while it lasted (about 8 months), but now frozen and can't use it any more. Shame!:-(
Have you tried formatting it?
From another user:
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[*]Turn it off
[*]Slide hold switch to the right (showing red, hold=on)
[*]Plug in the USB cable
[*]Find it in My Computer
[*]Right click - format - fat32
[*]That's it![/LIST]Let me know if it works.
#15
jinkssick
can we hear POSITIVE reviews? haha jeez this should be stone cold.


As I've said, I bought one about an year ago and very happy with it. I use it for about an hour each day. Haven't had any problems. Battery life is very good.
#16
Yay! Got it working again, thanks sooooooo much!!!!!
#17
I'd personally pay the extra £4 and get the 2GB version as previously listed:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=121443&highlight=sandisk

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