I bought the 1GB Sansa Clip primarily to record lectures. Some of them are quite lengthy. I have a few questions. If you only know the answer to one of them, please don’t hesitate to answer. I’m sure all of them will be answered eventually.
Is there a way to increase the speed with which you can fast forward?
So far I have not found a way to HEAR what I am fast forwarding through. I just keep an eye on the time meter and just guess where I am in the lecture when I want to replay something. Is there a way to enable sound when fast forwarding through a recording?
How long will a 100% charged battery last if the Clip is just turned on to “record” and left to sit. Something (instict) tells me it won’t be 15 hours.
Will a fully charged Clip battery last long enough to exhaust the entire memory of 949MB in record mode (ie. NOTHING in the memory but system stuff) or will the battery die before the memory is exhausted?
A better way to ask the above question may be "Does anyone have an estimate of how long a fully charged battery will last in record mode and how much memory will be used before it dies?
If a fully charged Clip battery will last long enough to exhaust an entire 1GB memory, how much extra recording time will be gained by using a 2GB clip before the battery dies?
Sorry to ask such goofy questions. That last one sounds like one of those, “If a train leaves New York at a speed of 80 MPF carrying 110 passengers…”.
Message Edited by mickeyfinn on 11-13-2008 09:48 PM
Message Edited by mickeyfinn on 11-13-2008 09:53 PM