Yes, I agree that it’s tiresome Sansa won’t fix the problem without lots of customer complaints.
If you don’t have something constructive to add to this subject, why bother posting here?
Skip it and move on to something that interests you more.
You think I want to read your complaints about people who care about product quality enough to write in this forum about it?
Why would you discourage people from posting about this problem, instead of just skipping the threads about the pitch/speed problem, if it is of no interest to you, hmmmmmmm?
Clearly this is a serious issue for those who care about listening to music at the same pitch/speed as it was originally recorded.
This should not be considered an unreasonable or controversial request in this digital age, when all other inexpensive playback devices can do this.
And if you need to hear it from other Sansa users who care, check out this thread.
Because of it Sansa finally addressed the problem on the Fuze.
All it takes for badly made products to flood the market is for consumers to say nothing.
It’s only through the efforts of people like us, that there is any chance Sansa will fix this serious design defect.
If nothing else, we can warn new or potential owners so they can return these products before it’s to late.
Unfortunately, by ignoring others with your multiple posts and including polite requests such as the above–one thread by you is sufficient–you are engaging in spam. That only is hurting your issue and is going to result in your being labeled a spammer. No one is asking you to stop raising the issue–rather, just to not spam about it.
Asking others to ignore your posts is putting the cart before the horse. Moreover, people check the threads to see if there is anything new; merely finding your dupicative posts, time after time and in many different threads, is a waste of others’ time, and an abuse of others.