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Sansa M250 Questions

by wexmary / June 7, 2007 6:54 AM PDT

A couple of questions on this player:

1. The battery icon is unreadable to my eyes, how does one know when you need a charge. Is there a 3rd party program that could help?

2. Just what types of files are supported, both file types and bit rates.

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Perhaps.....
by lacene802-A / June 7, 2007 2:15 PM PDT
In reply to: Sansa M250 Questions

I do not own the M200 series Sansa, but I do own the E200 series, and with it connected to my computer and recognized in Windows Explorer, I can click on the Properties for it, and there will be a battery icon with the charge % indicated. Perhaps the M200 can be done this way....

The M200 series Sansa supports MP3 (16 to 320kbps), WMA (16 to 192kbps), and Audible formats....

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Good Catch
by wexmary / June 7, 2007 7:30 PM PDT
In reply to: Perhaps.....

I see what you mean. Appreciate it.

I like the WMA Pro format but I see that is not supported.

Thanks for the help.

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