Sansa Fuze User Manual and General Information

@fuze_owner_gb wrote:


I think you will really like the HD201’.  They are about the best inexpensive headphones that I have ever heard…:smiley:

I wrestled with it for a couple days…get those or the 202. I read stuff on ABI, headfi, the actual Sennheiser site, Amazon, other places I don’t recall atm…I tend to over-analyze things that most would make a snap decision on. It’s good to hear a positive review about them :smiley:

@shenanagins1091 wrote:
I use the stock ones since I don’t know what to get that cost under $15.

There’s another thread here http://forums.sandisk.com/sansa/board/message?board.id=sansafuse&thread.id=4088

Maybe you could find someting there:smiley:

@marvin_martian wrote:


@fuze_owner_gb wrote:


I think you will really like the HD201’.  They are about the best inexpensive headphones that I have ever heard…:smiley:


I wrestled with it for a couple days…get those or the 202. I read stuff on ABI, headfi, the actual Sennheiser site, Amazon, other places I don’t recall atm…I tend to over-analyze things that most would make a snap decision on. It’s good to hear a positive review about them :smiley:

I have both the 201 and the 202.  The sound very, very similar and their specs are close.  About the only major difference is that the 202 is a tad more effecient than the 201…115 db for the 202 vs. 108 for the 201.  Since I primarily use a headphone amp when I listen, that wasn’t a big concern.  I think either would suit you well…

I don’t even want to tell you what i paid for any of my headphones:smiley:  Let alone i will say my stock ones are also unwrapped.

Hi i am having a problem with my sansa fuze, downloaded music from window media player with no problem. tried playing and keep getting a error message, “synchronize to continue your music subscription”  Does anyone know what this means

It’s probably a DRM issue. What’s the source and format of the songs? If you ripped them from CD’s in .wma format in Windows Media Player, you probably have the ‘Copy Protect’ setting checked. You need to at the very least turn this off, or more ideally re-rip them in .mp3 format which has no such issues.

Either way, you’ll need to re-rip. MP3 is more universal and you can also adjust the recorded db level with MP3GAIN. You can’t do this with .wma files so you end up with songs at different levels, so you’re constanting adjusting the volume while you’re listening to the music and also, many CD’s are recorded at such high db levels there are serious distortion and clipping problems.

I bought a Sansa Fuse MP3 Player for my 11 Year old Grandson for Xmas. He needs help learning how to use it and needs a Users Manuel. Could you please tell me where I can get one. He doesn’t live here , but up state, and has no one to help him up there. I would appricate it if you would help me to help him. Thanks------------firefighter1934@msn.com 

@everypath wrote:
I bought a Sansa Fuse MP3 Player for my 11 Year old Grandson for Xmas. He needs help learning how to use it and needs a Users Manuel. Could you please tell me where I can get one. He doesn’t live here , but up state, and has no one to help him up there. I would appricate it if you would help me to help him. Thanks------------firefighter1934@msn.com 

Take your e-mailout of your post. This is an open site and Spammers Will get it.As for the manual Check the FAQ Page Here

Its on the top Right.

The Fuze User’s Guide is also available here on the forum (Fuze board > General Information post) as a .pdf file.

Just e-mail your grandson the link and he should be able to pull it up & read it or save it to his computer for future reference. :smiley:

I need some help, my Fuse is not read buy my Dell Desktop, the computer is only 11/2 yrs old it reads all my other USB hardware, help:wink:

It all comes to those that look . . .

What to do if your Sansa Won’t Connect to the Computer ! ! ! !

Fuze FAQ’s (Please read before posting)

It all comes to those that look . . .

What to do if your Sansa Won’t Connect to the Computer ! ! ! !

 

Fuze FAQ’s (Please read before posting)

And if all else fails, there’s also a Search box on every page of this forum. :wink:

hello…i have a black 2 GB sansa fuze player…

i was just wondering if there is a  limit in the micro sd memory??/

and what is it???

@sakurapeach wrote:

hello…i have a black 2 GB sansa fuze player…

i was just wondering if there is a  limit in the micro sd memory??/

and what is it???

Yes there is and,

No they haven’t reached it yet. Currently the largest available card is 16GB.

thanks a lot!

Hello anyone I have the Sansa Fuze.  I had talked with technical support on the phone 3 times and my issue still isnt resloved.  Here’s my problem.:cry: 4gb black.

1.  I have downloaded any video converter and sansa media converter.  When I try to convert videos the error message is sansa media converter.exe.  When I try to drop video it does not convert onto my sansa fuze player. 

  1. I have windows vista software, I also download k-lite codec Pack basic.

  2. I have also downloaded Direct -x9 hoping this will solve the issue but it has not.

  3. I have windows media player 11, when syncing videos in the windows player media it also has error message needs to be converter in order to sync.

Any help will be greatly appericated I had my fuze for 3 weeks now and have not seen a video on it yet except the one that came with the product.

Message Edited by Toniajackson on 02-20-2009 11:25 PM

Tonia -

You really need to start a new thread about this. You posted another in the Sansa Media Converter board which is the correct board for such a discussion, but gave no details regarding your situation.

You have given a few more here, but still not enough for anyone to adequately help you.

Have you read any of the existing threads on this subject, or tried searching for a similiar issue that might help? Have you tried viewing any of the ‘How-To’ videos SanDisk has created to help you, including one on ‘how to put videos onto your player’?

A lot depends on the source video; what format it is, where it came from (like DVD or download), etc. There are a lot of video formats out there and what works with one, won’t necessarily work with another. Most people who have successfully converted videos to use on their players have found that they need to first convert the video with another software program before just dumping it into SMC.

I’d suggest you go back to your post in the other board and continue in that thread and give some details about the video you are trying to convert, what version of SMC you’re using and any other specifics about what exactly you’ve done and the result, if any. Or start a new thread in this board.

I’m sure someone here can help. :smiley:

do Sansa Fuze support AAC format files?

@adisakke wrote:

do Sansa Fuze support AAC format files?

 

no

@adisakke wrote:

do Sansa Fuze support AAC format files?

 

From the 1st post in this thread:

Digital Player / Recorder

  • Digital audio standards: MP3, WMA, Audible, Protected WMA (DRM)

Of course, a recent firmware update opened up the worlds of FLAC & OGG Vorbis, but 7o9 gave you the simple answer.