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MP3 Player reviews SanDisk Sansa Clip 4 GB

Posted Nov 29 2012 3:01am
The SanDisk Sansa Clip 4 GB MP3 player is a superb little music player, and manages to be a perfect combination of the great features of a high-end player but without the hefty price-tag. The Sansa Clip MP3 player combines reliability and durability with a limited budget. Available from electronics stores and online music and electrical goods websites, the 4GB Sansa Clip retails between $50-80 US, but if you keep a sharp eye out, there are often discounts available online. By using this Sandisk product, music lovers are buying a branded product which will ultimately stand them in better stead than buying a nameless, virtually worthless player. The most noticeable aspect to the SanDisk Sansa Clip's appearance is it's size - it's tiny, with similar dimensions to a matchbox in fact, ideal for consumers who cannot handle large bulky electronic items. Considering that this player has 4GB of space on there, the compact design of this MP3 player is excellent. Coming in a range of colours, including black and silver, this Sansa Clip is an attractive little player, with it's central circular dial of controls at the bottom resembling an iPod in design,and it's small digital display at the top of the player is small but perfectly formed. One of the handiest features of the player in terms of it's physical shape and appearance is the clip on the back, which is useful for clipping onto belts and clothing. Securing the player to your person when at the gym or running is simple, and keeps your player safe at all times. Firstly, getting music onto the Sansa Clip is easy. There's an installation CD which comes with the player which you pop onto your computer so it recognises the player, but other than that, it's a case of dragging and dropping your chosen MP3 files onto the device's window on your PC. Depending on the length of song and your MP3 north face coat file sizes, the player should hold between 800-1000 songs. Even without using the instruction manual provided with the player, this is a very simple device to fathom out. The controls are easy to use and the menu on the display screen is bright and clear to read and guides you through playing music very intuitively. Music lovers can scroll through the menu on the display screen and choose how you would like the songs to be played, whether it's in alphabetical order, by each artist or their album title, or by playlists which you can create. This is a nice and flexible way to approach the MP3s, and is not as limited as with some cheap MP3 players, where some will only ever play tracks in artist alphabetical order. For such a small player it packs quite a punch when it comes to sound, producing a high quality range of sounds cheap north face bags and noises and accurately transmitting sounds without distortion or buzz. The player also contains options to adjust the sounds produced, so you can up the bass, lower the top end etc to your hearts content and maximise the sound for each genre of music you like. The headphones which the player come with are also good; they fit snugly and comfortably into the ear and are an attractive black. More importantly though, they give good quality sound and again, there is no buzz or distortion with the songs they transmit. For it's low price, this is a little gem of a player. It's compact, does it's job very well, has a decent amount of features and performs consistently well over time. The SanDisk Sansa Clip 4 GB MP3 player is an excellent balance between quality and affordability. 



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