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(NT) Sandisk Blue 512mb mp3 player any good?

by schfifty_5 / July 14, 2005 7:42 AM PDT

I've been looking at the Sandisk Blue 512mb mp3 player recently...Is it any good?

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I like it
by bozobrain / July 14, 2005 12:36 PM PDT

I have the 1 GB version. It feels a little cheap, and the headphones that come with it are terrible, but it's super light, super easy to use (just drag and drop your files, no drivers necessary), and expandable. When 1 GB SD cards fell below $50 on Newegg, I picked one up, and now I have a 2 GB player.

Also, I like the fact that it takes AAA batteries.

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I dunno...pretty durable?
by schfifty_5 / July 14, 2005 11:29 PM PDT
In reply to: I like it

Is it durable? I need something that will last and on pricegrabber it said that on the battery spefications it said :Battery
Average Playback Time: 15 hour(s)
Power Source: (1) AAA Battery, Rechargeable Battery

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The Sandisk Blue has an SD slot?
by aniym / July 15, 2005 1:54 AM PDT
In reply to: I like it

I was not aware of that, unless you're talking about the Sansa line and not the older DAP line. The DAPs are suppsoed to be solid players (the SDMX line, that is)even if they feel cheap and plastic-like. I would ask that the OP consider the Sansa line instead, as they have SD card slots, for only a slightly higher price, and as of now, can support up to 2GB SD cards, in addition to on-board 512MB/1GB memory. I have a review here:


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I was referring to the Sansa
by bozobrain / July 15, 2005 4:00 AM PDT

The 512 MB Sansa is blue. If that's not what the OP was asking about, I apologize.

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I'm not
by schfifty_5 / July 15, 2005 8:00 AM PDT

I'm referring to the one with recording and FM radio...the first one that came out

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