Sansa Clip+ mp3 player review

Sansa Clip+ is one of the few remaining small-size flash storage based mp3 players.

As a player, it is full--featured. There's a microSD memory expansion slot, FM radio, features to play podcasts, etc.

Player uses a built-in rechargeable battery. It is recharged from USB.


Among the player's limitations are is propensity to power off often for no apparent reason.

At other times, play/pause button stops responding until power is turned off and on again.


To solve the play/pause button not responding, press it repeatedly and quickly for half a dozen times. It should start working properly again.


As far as random turn--offs go, I don't know of a solution.


Additionally, there is a horizontal line in the top section of LCD display that is not used. Just in case if you are wondering it is a defect -- it is not. 

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