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Sansa Clip +4GB Digital Audio MP3 Player £24.97@Currys

£24.97 @ Currys
The Sansa 4GB MP3 player with expandable memory card slot. It can store up to 1000 songs and fits neatly in your pocket! Up to 1000 songs Battery Life - Up to 15 hours Expandable memory card slo… Read More
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The Sansa 4GB MP3 player with expandable memory card slot. It can store up to 1000 songs and fits neatly in your pocket!
Up to 1000 songs
Battery Life - Up to 15 hours
Expandable memory card slot
Built in microphone
Digital FM tuner


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#1
out of stock ! but i like pic of charlie chuck what happened to that guy
#2
I have one on order for store pick up
#3
its available for reserve and collect
#4
oh ok reserve and colllect only!
#5
Iain123
out of stock ! but i like pic of charlie chuck what happened to that guy


Why vote cold
#6
good price for a cheap mp3 player but i'm more of an apple guy
#7
Iain123
good price for a cheap mp3 player but i'm more of an apple guy


This has better sound quality than an Ipod.
Check any reviews.
#8
It is a great little player, i have one and use it for the gym and running. Simple drag and drop to add MP3's to it and interface is easy and intuitive. It also has a record function for recording what ever radio station you are listening to or to record voice memos.

Battery life is brilliant on this player as well.

The sound quality is excellent but to get the most out of it you will need to buy new headphones, the supplied ones are ok dont get me wrong but you can hear the difference with more expensive headphones. ( Guess this is true for most MP3 players tbh as the supplied ones even with things like the iPod are not top quality).
#9
These are really good quality players.
I have the previous version(no expansion via SD) and must admit the FM Radio has to be on Mono for most Stations or i get too much interference(not unusual and might be OK for some).
SETTINGS - FM SETTINGS - FM MODE - MONO

The other thing about the radio was the way it reacted to the Play/Pause button, spent ages wondering why the radio wasnt working then realised i had "paused" it.
If the symbol under the Frequency display is a square then the Radio is paused.

Its a good buy.:thumbsup:
#10
Nice one!
Bought one a couple of weeks back for £29.97 but I've decided to reserve another one as a back up. The sound quality on these little players is great when teamed up with a decent set of headphones and the micro sd expansion slot makes it even more of a bargain.

You can keep your over-priced iPods....
#11
These are £29.97 at Currys superstore, Lyons farm, Worthing.

Was browsing for cheap remote - there were none - and saw some in stock.
#12
highroad;7739949
These are really good quality players.
I have the previous version(no expansion via SD) and must admit the FM Radio has to be on Mono for most Stations or i get too much interference(not unusual and might be OK for some).
SETTINGS - FM SETTINGS - FM MODE - MONO

The other thing about the radio was the way it reacted to the Play/Pause button, spent ages wondering why the radio wasnt working then realised i had "paused" it.
If the symbol under the Frequency display is a square then the Radio is paused.

Its a good buy.:thumbsup:


I had the same on my Sansa Clip - but updated the firmware to version v01.01.32 and FM in stereo is excellent. Link to update
http://forums.sandisk.com/sansa/board/message?board.id=clip&thread.id=15109
#13
worthinger
These are £29.97 at Currys superstore, Lyons farm, Worthing..


Pants - was going to go there tomorrow to get one; I had the previous model and it was splendid until it suffered a fatal accident...

Edited to add: have reserved one online @ £24.97, hopefully they'll honour it when I get there.
#14
CuddlesTC
Edited to add: have reserved one online @ £24.97, hopefully they'll honour it when I get there.


They did :thumbsup:
#15
this mp3 player works by mp3 tag only!!! and not drag and drop folder!!!
#16
FATBOY78
this mp3 player works by mp3 tag only!!! and not drag and drop folder!!!


What? It works with drag and drop perfectly fine, and supports MP3, WAV, WMA, secure WMA, FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, and audiobook formats.

It's a brilliant little MP3 player - superb quality, far better than an iPod shuffle for example, tons of more features and accessibility.
#17
he means you can't browse by folder. which is quite annoying, but still less annoying than an ipod because it only takes seconds to fix the tags in your favourite player/tool so they'll display properly on everything (i use http://www.mp3tag.de/en/ )

edit: apparently you can browser by folder on this player, thanks.
and it supports replaygain which is amazing. i gotta get one of these..

i would be buying this if they delivered.. :/
#18
FATBOY78
this mp3 player works by mp3 tag only!!! and not drag and drop folder!!!


although i do not own one - i was looking at buying one last week & did some research.
i think your wrong on that statement.
for a good review & info on folder browsing see here: http://www.anythingbutipod.com/archives/2009/08/sandisk-sansa-clip-plus-review.php
hot from me.
#19
Good to see this post getting the heat it deserves!

Check this mp3 player also http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/590168/archos-1-vision-mp3-player-4gb-myme
#20
good deal heat added
#21
I got this when it was £29.97, superb MP3 player. I hooked it up to my car stereo, I now have a nearly empty glovebox (no more CD's). The Clip+ does support folders, the older Clip did not.

Heat added :)
#22
Top notch price for a top notch player.

I have the older model 2Gig, my wife has the 8 Gig version of this model.

Excellent in every way and especially good for the gym.
#23
Bought this for my wife a couple of months ago(at £29) but untested and unsued as she prefers her shuffle??
Its really small though,good price
#24
Just to clarify, the new Clip + (plus) versions do allow folder browsing as well as tag browsing. It was the previous Clip that didn't support folder browsing.

The previous poster commenting on the lack of drag and drop probably has their USB setting on MTP (used for DRM synching). If it is set to MSC then the clip+ is treated as a normal drive on your computer.

It's a cracking player with excellent sound quality and the ability to play lots of formats: MP3, Ogg Vorbis, and FLAC.

I've just bought the 8GB model but I prefer the sound of the original V1 Clip, so I've gone back to that.

Still, there is nothing remotely close to the audio quality at this price, and it compares favourably with players costing four times as much. EDIT: meant four times the price of my 8GB which was £40.

I use mine with Shure SE530 headphones and it sounds superb.
#25
I have several mp3 players of different brands and a particular ipod model i have uses the Wolfson Dac audio chip and it is one of the best sounding mp3 players as far as compressed sound goes, so on reading reviews on the sansa clip+ i thought i would give it a go, i like trying different players especially if they offer something special so i have bought the sansa clip+4gb and i can tell you that i am amazed that such a small player can play so good, i dont know what audio chip the sansa clip+ uses but i can tweak the settings to sound as good as anything ive used, i am always reaching for it before anything else the size the sound the features its fantastic, i use koss porta pro headphones and have done for over 10yrs now, pair these with a player like this and your not going to need anything else, get one bought its a little sleeper!
#26
Good price for a top notch mini mp3 player. My favourite weapon of choice for the daily commute. It's the complete package, full of useful features including special treatment for podcasts and audiobooks. Beats ipods and the itunes hands down IMHO.

TIP: Spend a little time learning the mysterious art of mp3 tag editing (the small chunk of data attached to the audio file containing info like artist, album, track name etc) and it will repay you big time in keeping your music and audiobooks organised on the player. I use a free bit of software called 'mp3tag' available from mp3tag.de/en/ and it works a treat.
#27
ordered one. pick up today :)
will let you know what i think in due course.
#28
This mp3 player sounds ridiculously good for the size and price. I love it! Heat!
#29
I bought one last week, 2 friends have been back to bought them since. I think they're brilliant. Wouldn't want anything smaller though.
#30
sorry for the confusion in my post above! its a top mp3 player with plenty of memory! cant knock it for that price! i got mine for £9.95 ;0)
#31
Bought one today - was priced at £29.97 according to the label in Currys (King's Lynn), but it scanned at £24.97.

Sound quality is ace. I was disappointed the clip itself doesn't come off. The maximum volume is fine for me, but people who like their music really loud may find it a bit restrictive. Minor points though - a great player overall on first impressions. I've not tried setting up playlists yet; apparently you can only have one playlist that you make from the unit itself and you have to make the others via your PC.
#32
Just got back from buying it. Build quality is ace.

They also gave me a £10 voucher off £100 :D
1 Like #33
skipster3000
Bought one today - was priced at £29.97 according to the label in Currys (King's Lynn), but it scanned at £24.97.

Sound quality is ace. I was disappointed the clip itself doesn't come off. The maximum volume is fine for me, but people who like their music really loud may find it a bit restrictive. Minor points though - a great player overall on first impressions. I've not tried setting up playlists yet; apparently you can only have one playlist that you make from the unit itself and you have to make the others via your PC.


If you go into 'System Settings' and then 'volume' you can change the maximum volume output setting from 'normal' to 'high', which should be loud enough for most people!
If you update the firmware make sure to choose the 'USA' region when the clip reboots, choosing the 'Europe' region will disable the 'high' volume setting to comply with EU regulations.
#34
do these players support micro sdhc? or just sd ?
#35
skipster3000
Bought one today - was priced at £29.97 according to the label in Currys (King's Lynn), but it scanned at £24.97.

Sound quality is ace. I was disappointed the clip itself doesn't come off. The maximum volume is fine for me, but people who like their music really loud may find it a bit restrictive. Minor points though - a great player overall on first impressions. I've not tried setting up playlists yet; apparently you can only have one playlist that you make from the unit itself and you have to make the others via your PC.


Hi, have you adjusted the volume in settings from normal to high and tweaked the Eq, albeit im useing koss porta pro headphones which are easily driven and the volume is excellent with plenty of deep extended bass with no distortion.
#36
I saw Charlie Chuck last May at 53 Degrees in Preston, and he is back again soon... check out 53degrees.com :)
#37
ps i got a Sansa Clip from Morrisons last year, not sure but I think it's about 1gb... it was similar price so maybe 4gb? it has radio too, very handy when stuck on the bus home from work :)
#38
thanks ive just reserved one.going to give the archos to my wife\!
what memory card does it support and how do u update firmware\/1
1 Like #39
roadie
thanks ive just reserved one.going to give the archos to my wife\!
what memory card does it support and how do u update firmware\/1


found this:
http://www.sandisk.com/media/416768/clip__data_sheet.pdf
#40
jim157
If you go into 'System Settings' and then 'volume' you can change the maximum volume output setting from 'normal' to 'high', which should be loud enough for most people!
If you update the firmware make sure to choose the 'USA' region when the clip reboots, choosing the 'Europe' region will disable the 'high' volume setting to comply with EU regulations.

You absolute legend thank you! Rep added, it now goes really loud. Thanks also for the tip about the firmware. What does the newer firmware offer anyway?

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