Hi all, my Clip+ seemingly has bit the dust 9have been at the Clip+ forum and yeah I think it’s not going to come back. It is a few years old, so time for an update anyways, and probably can’t complain about the durability of the Clip+, so bought a 4gb Clip Zip on sale at Radio Shack for $40.
On the Clip+ I never really cared for the preloaded SDs (Slotradio or whatever). Many of the songs were concert versions and it didn’t really work out like I thought it would. Although it was my first MP3 player and it has worked out for me, like most people, in getting my own music. I never thought I’d come CLOSE to getting 4gb worth of songs! But the Clip+ was about full!
So here are a few questions:
I have the mini CD for Rhapsody. I haven’t bought from Rhapsody but I have been there before. Typicaly I am getting music on to WMP through various sources, such as Amazon, so all my music now is on WMP. I do have that free $10 credit. Will the music just load in to my WMP and on to my Clip if I go ahead with this? Just don’t want to lose what I have of course (want to get the music loaded in here shortly as i use the MP3 player to help sleep. I do have a form of tinnitus which is aided by soothing music or background noise, but my wife doesn’t want to hear it, so this is why I got in to mp3 players).
Another question is my wife and I do share my mp3 player when we walk, we just share ear buds like you see kids do, kind of cute I guess. But she has her kind of music she likes. My idea is getting a blank sd card with just her stuff on it (granted she could just buy her own mp3 player). Now my computer doesn’t have any SD slots at all, of any size (radio shack was trying to sell me an adapter). So can a blank SD card have music loaded in to it through the player? Or can I get some sort of device that would plug in to one of my USB ports that a miniSd card can go in to?
Oh last question, will the couple Slotradio cards I have work in my Zip if i do want to listen to them?