Can the fuze play video or photo's to TV?

I have video and photos on my 4G Fuze but can’t seem to get them to play on a TV connected to the Fuze with a video cable.  Does it support this?  Can do it with my cheepo digital camera so I know the cable’s good.  I have used the cable to play Fuze audio through my sound system.

Mike

Though there’s a video capable cable available out there, it’s made for the Sansa View , which has PAL / NTSC video output.  The Fuze does not have video output at the dock connector.

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Dock connector?  That’s the one that takes the wide flat plug on the USB cable?  What is the round plug called that takes the ear phones?

Which is older - the Fuze or the View? I just got the Fuze but might give it to my daughter and get the View if it’s of the same or better quality.  Does the View come with the video cable?  Battery life good as the Fuze?

Mike

@mikeinkaty wrote:

Dock connector?  That’s the one that takes the wide flat plug on the USB cable?  What is the round plug called that takes the ear phones?

 

Which is older - the Fuze or the View? I just got the Fuze but might give it to my daughter and get the View if it’s of the same or better quality.  Does the View come with the video cable?  Battery life good as the Fuze?

 

Mike

The View sucks…don’t do it!

The View has entirely different hardware than the Fuze. And it can project video out to your TV, but the Fuze cannot.

If you take a stroll through the View board here on the forum, you see that it is also fraught with problems, has a more lower sound quality that either the Fuze of Clip and has absolutely (up to now anyway) NO support from SanDisk via firmware updates to correct any of the issues that have been plaguing it for some time.

The View has entirely different hardware than the Fuze. And it can project video out to your TV, but the Fuze cannot.

If you take a stroll through the View board here on the forum, you see that it is also fraught with problems, has a more lower sound quality that either the Fuze or Clip and has absolutely (up to now anyway) NO support from SanDisk via firmware updates to correct any of the issues that have been plaguing it for some time.