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SanDisk Sansa M240 1Gb MP3 Player - £17.99 delivered @ Amazon !

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Stylish SanDisk Sansa M240 1Gb MP3 Player - £17.99 delivered from Amazon.co.uk Description : The 1 GB Sansa M240 will hold approximately 16 hours of CD-quality MP3 tracks (encoded at 128kps) or 32 …
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Stylish SanDisk Sansa M240 1Gb MP3 Player - £17.99 delivered from Amazon.co.uk

Description : 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 equalizer types, you can optimize your 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.

Features : 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
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#1
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#2
Thanks for this edi :)
#3
Could anyone who has one of these comment on the suitability to be used to learn a language from ripped audio cd's.
I need to pause, rewind and skip through tracks quickly.
I have an ipod shuffle but more often than not when i try to rewind a few seconds it jumps back to the beginning of the track which is infuriating
#4
pmcx9
Could anyone who has one of these comment on the suitability to be used to learn a language from ripped audio cd's.
I need to pause, rewind and skip through tracks quickly.


Think it is simple :) Details from Amazon site :-


The compact yet robust industrial design offers an easy-to-use interface with an indigo-backlit LCD screen showing ID3 tag information from currently playing tracks (song title, artist, and album, as well as battery level and playlist). Sophisticated music library sorting lets you browse the music in your player by artist, album, song title, genre, year, playlist, and other useful criteria. The AB playback feature allows you to select a start point and an end point within an audio file so you can play that segment over and over--helpful for learning languages.


It's easy to transfer songs to the Sansa--just connect it to your PC via the included USB 2.0 connection cable, where it will appear as a Windows Portable Device on your computer. Then, just drag and drop music files from anywhere on your hard drive or use a variety of music software to move licensed music to the device. The Sansa is compatible with PCs running the Windows XP operating system.
#5
pmcx9
Could anyone who has one of these comment on the suitability to be used to learn a language from ripped audio cd's.
I need to pause, rewind and skip through tracks quickly.
I have an ipod shuffle but more often than not when i try to rewind a few seconds it jumps back to the beginning of the track which is infuriating


Very easy and suitable I would think.
If you look on the big pic edi put up, push and hold the arrows to cue by the second, or push and release to skip to beginning or end of track. Pause and play is the big button on top.
Also good is the time remaining and time elapsed.
I like mine, its rugged, and I dont care that much if I break or lose it.
#6
Had one of these since xmas. nice little player and the battery seems to run and run. nice sound and easy to use and in my opinion better than having a rechargable mp3 player. one other thing...the pic makes it look flat at the back but its rounded to house the battery.
#7
I have one too. The fast forward and rewind functions are not perfect for listening to language stuff. Even skippin between tracks is slow. They are my only problems with the player.

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