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New tiny Sansa Clip+ 8GB (expandable) MP3 Player with radio for £49.99 delivered @ Currys
New tiny Sansa Clip+ 8GB (expandable) MP3 Player with radio for £49.99 delivered @ Currys

New tiny Sansa Clip+ 8GB (expandable) MP3 Player with radio for £49.99 delivered @ Currys

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Not the bargain of the year but I have been waiting for this to be stocked officially to replace my 2GB Clip.

It's expandable by microSD and is available in 2 (£34.99) and 4 (£44.99) GB variants. The previous Clip was great, easy to use and handy to clip to your T Shirt.

The Sansa 8GB MP3 player with expandable memory card slot. It can store up to 2000 songs and fits neatly in your pocket!

* Up to 2000 songs
* Battery Life - Up to 15 hours
* Expandable memory card slot
* Built in microphone
* Digital FM tuner

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Good price, I bought the non-expandable one of these for the same price a couple of months ago.

whats the radio signal on these like for walking around outdoors with?

N_W2003;6565294

whats the radio signal on these like for walking around outdoors with?




If they've used the same radio as the non-expandable one then its crap.

That's the only bad thing about it though.

Cnet review here for the Sansa Clip+ but 4gb version : reviews.cnet.com/mp3…tml

paying extra for something so similar to normal sansa clip doesnt seem worth it for me. however, i am looking for a new mp3 player that can organise my music tracks well and this seems the best bargain at the moment.

will get (clip 1 is best mp3 player i've ever owned) but waiting for price to come down to £40.. just getting rid of bright ring is enough for me, that made it painful to use in the dark.

Looks good ordered and heat added

A very good heads up anthony401 :thumbsup:

Here's a nice anythingbutipod ]review.

With the very low cost of microSD cards, it surely makes most sense to buy the 2GB model for £15 less than the 8GB.
You can then stick in an 8GB microSD card ( for about £10) and effectively get a 10GB model for less than the 8GB costs.

simes;6570117

With the very low cost of microSD cards, it surely makes most sense to … With the very low cost of microSD cards, it surely makes most sense to buy the 2GB model for £15 less than the 8GB.You can then stick in an 8GB microSD card ( for about £10) and effectively get a 10GB model for less than the 8GB costs.


You're more limited on total capacity though, as I have an 8GB Clip at the moment I'd be looking at this one for more capacity.

John

Original Poster

Jonsend is right, radio is mediocre at best. I changed headphones to some Koss ones and it got worse.

New...

http://img210.imageshack.us/img210/8109/sandisksansaclip.jpg

Old...

http://img101.imageshack.us/img101/9043/sansaclipbig468.jpg

simes;6570117

With the very low cost of microSD cards, it surely makes most sense to … With the very low cost of microSD cards, it surely makes most sense to buy the 2GB model for £15 less than the 8GB.You can then stick in an 8GB microSD card ( for about £10) and effectively get a 10GB model for less than the 8GB costs.



You can't organise your music microSD cards like it automatically does on the onboard memory. It's the same with my Sansa Fuse 8GB (with expandable memory).

I got my Fuse for the same price on Play.com with an additional 4GB microSD card, but I would still vote the Clip hot at this price.

Very much tempted by this.

For anyone who's interested, you should be able to sync this with iTunes using ita.sourceforge.net/

I love my iPod Touch but careering around on a bike with the risk of crashing and breaking it doesn't sit well

whats the battery life like on this?
i know it says 'up to 15 hours', but what is it really like?

Fork;6571150

You can't organise your music microSD cards like it automatically does … You can't organise your music microSD cards like it automatically does on the onboard memory. It's the same with my Sansa Fuse 8GB (with expandable memory.



The music on the microSD organises exactly the same as the onboard memory ( its all in the same lists e.g artists, albums etc). I have the Fuze too, with an 8GB microSD. The music on the microSd is in the same lists as the onboard memory.
This is the big plus with these Sansa players..

Original Poster

Simes,

Beat me to it. That's the reason I was holding out for this one!

worthwhile pointing out that the predecessor doesn't have gapless playback so check on the specs of this one if it's important to you (for mixed CDs etc)

Yeah whats the most likely battery life like on it?

blue-note;6604824

worthwhile pointing out that the predecessor doesn't have gapless … worthwhile pointing out that the predecessor doesn't have gapless playback so check on the specs of this one if it's important to you (for mixed CDs etc)



Just found from a link from a post on the anythingbutipod site, the Clip+ does support gapless playback! :thumbsup:

Manual here (see page 2):

]Sansa Clip+ Manual

Thanks for this...just reserved one and am leaving to collect it
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