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My 8g Sansa View sounds good and work good most of the time but with an 8g microsdhc has to refresh the database every time I start it up. At times it also shows the wrong album art for the song that is playing.
On the plus side, the battery life is excellent. Sometimes I listen with it plugged in so I can see the album art when the songs change.
So in for 1. I though I would try the fuze to see if there is any difference in load time and behavior with the album art.
How many Woots would a Wooter Woot if a Wooter would Woot Woots?
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artjunkie wrote:This looks like a steal at this price. At Overstock, the 2GB refurb is $35.99. http://www.overstock.com/Electronics/SanDisk-Sansa-Fuze-2-GB-Multimedia-MP3-Player-Refurbished/4136469/product.html?cid=123620&fp=F&mr:trackingCode=57E5ED33-52C1-DF11-98FF-0019B9C043EB&mr:referralID=NA
At Amazon, you'll find this for $73.99 new, $49.99 refurbished. http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Sansa-Video-Player-Silver/dp/B0015KYV3Q
You can't have too many Sansas. I -lost- my Sansa clip+ a few weeks ago, and had to fall back on my e260 which is, by comparison, gigante. And, as luck would have it, Woot didn't have any Sansas for sale. Not a one. For weeks. So I had to break down and buy a refurb from TigerDirect, $29.95, for a 4-gig Clip+. I really really like the clip+, but it's soooooo tiny that I lose it all the time. I finally found my original clip+, but now I'm thinking "Hey! You might lose your first clip and your replacement clip! What then?" So I'm in for the Fuze. 8 gigs is a buncha gigs even before you stuff something in the SD slot. And now I can leave a Sansa in every room AND leave one in the car and never lose one again. Unless... unless... Criminy. Where's my car?
Onomatopoeia. Get used to it.