07-15-2015 11:31 AM
Put the fun back in music on-the-go
Clip on the compact and colorful Clip Jam™ digital music player and take it anywhere! The bright one-inch screen and big navigation buttons make it easy to drag, drop and play files in popular audio formats including AAC. Add even more music via the microSD™ card slot** for up to 18 hours** of big sound.
Carry all your music with you
Ample capacity meets deep, rich sound in the lightweight Clip Jam™ player. This ultra-small wearable music player offers 8GB**storage, and comes with a built-in microSD™ card slot1 so you can add even more songs or audiobooks.
Play audio files in many popular formats
You’re free to play your whole music collection on your Clip Jam™ player. Simply drag, drop and play the tunes you want to hear—whether they’re MP3, WMA (no DRM), AAC (DRM-free iTunes), and Audible (DRM only). The Clip Jam™ player is your own personal DJ.
Easy-to-click buttons and a bright screen
The Clip Jam™ player comes with user-friendly navigation. The one-inch screen is bright and easy to see and the buttons are big enough for all sizes of fingers to use with confidence. The result is, you always know where you are and what you’re hearing.
It’s all about the sound
Bottom line, a music player you wear as often as your favorite sneakers has got to sound great. The Clip Jam™ player does. It delivers sound so rich and deep you’ll wonder how it can be so small or so affordable.
Big battery, bright colors, and FM radio
Your Clip Jam™ player will keep playing for up to 18 hours** on a single battery charge. It comes in such great colors you may have trouble choosing just one and includes a built-in FM radio tuner and comfortable earphones.
02-06-2016 09:55 AM
I've posted this information on Amazon. I am repeating it here in the hope of getting corrections. Thanks in advance.
This post is to help people who are used to the Sansa Clip+ get used to the new Sansa Clip Jam if they need a new player. I had to give up using my Clip+ because the contact with an inserted earphone plug became dicey and I had sound dropouts. This seems to happen after a few years of pulling in and out such plugs on a daily basis. That is because I use the player in my car, with different earphones and at my computer. I doubt there is a way that such a problem can be easily fixed.
So I sprung for a new Clip Jam and after using it for a week or so, here is what I have figured out.
1. The manual you can download from the Sansa website is misleading at best and useless at worst.
By the way, after getting used to the differences, I am happy. The sound is good and I paid the same as I did for the Clip+ when the latter was new, and got 8G storage versus 4G for the Clip+.
02-21-2016 03:05 AM
Thank you for the information. I did not know that the 500 track limitation for audiobooks was displayed. If you put some of the audiobooks in the podcast folder, too. These tracks are also usable without deleting any other files I think.
02-08-2018 12:40 PM
I think the Clip Jam and the Clip Sport share the same 2000 audio file limitations for the internal and external databases.
I think these database limitations are acceptable for the internal 8 gb memory and for 16 gb micro SD cards.
If you exceed 2000 audio files on your 32 gb micro SD card, it is likely the excess audio files will not be displayed in the Music, Audiobook and Podcast listings.
In this scenario, you could still use Folder Mode or Playlist Mode to select and play subfolders of your audio files.