Sansa View User Manual and General information

**Sansa View

Latest Firmware: 01.03.02


General

  • Sansa View:  Users Guide
  • Product Number: SDMX10R-8192K-A70
  • Product type: Portable Media Center
  • Key Features: Photo viewer, Video player, Audio player
  • PC interface(s) supported: Hi-Speed USB
  • Flash memory installed: 8,16,32 GB Integrated

Display

  • Display Type: Color LCD 2.4"

Memory Card/ Storage

  • Flash Memory Cards Supported: microSD & microSDHC

Digital Player / Recorder

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

Video

  • Video Playback Formats: MPEG-4, WMV

Battery

  • Battery: Rechargeable
  • Battery Enclosure Type: Internal
  • Battery Life Details: lithium polymer battery for 35 hours of audio** or seven hours of video***

Audio System

  • Sound output mode: Stereo

Cable(s) / Peripheral(s)

  • Cable(s) included: 1x 30 pin propietary to USB cable

Connections

  • Connector type:   1x Headphones Mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm, 1x USB

Microphone

  • Microphone type: Built-in

Headphones

  • Headphones type: Binaural Sound
  • Output mode: Stereo
  • Connectivity Technology: Wired

System Requirements

  • Peripheral / Interface devices: CD-ROM, USB port
  • Minimum Operating system: Microsoft Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows XP SP2

**Music: Based on continuous playback at 128 kbps MP3; battery life and performance may vary depending upon usage and settings; battery not replaceable."
***Video: Based on continuous playback at QVGA 512kbps H.264

Message Edited by slotmonsta on 03-04-2009 10:09 AM

Message Edited by microsansa on 08-09-2009 11:18 AM

Message Edited by slotmonsta on 09-28-2009 10:50 AM

Audio output: Built-in speaker 
 
Connections: Mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm & audio / video output

Are these listings correct?

I don’t find a built-in speaker on my View.

Can you really output video over a 3.5mm mini-phone stereo jack?

There is no speaker, but you can buy an AV cable that will attach to the dock port.

Updated

yoy forgot to add that the view supports WMV files too

have you actually gotten a .wmv to playback on the view? I didnt know it was a supported file type

yes i have, works perfeclty fine. it says that it reads WMV files in the specs. i used AVC to convert it. i’m at work right now and this computer can’t access the site due to the flash player. i will post the specs when i get home.

Message Edited by Scorpius on 02-01-2008 06:06 AM

Updated

Thanks a bunch

Memory / Storage: SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card
Integrated Flash Memory: 8 or 16 GB

Exactly how much additional memory can the 16GB View support with the SD memory card?  Heard on the news the other day, Ipod is introducing a 32 GB model with a modest price tag of only $500.00.  You are not going let Apple get ahead of you, are you?

You mean like this?  http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Sansa-View-Video-Player/dp/B00126NSVE/ref=pd_bbs_sr_12?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1202572822&sr=8-12

Message Edited by tmkirk on 02-09-2008 11:02 AM

I also have played WMV on my View…

Only by letting Rhapsody do the conversion from the BIB music store.  Great picture, but it takes forever and one day to transfer files.  Using AVC and MP4 files is quick and easy…  It works for me…

Message Edited by randyjjtcc on 03-03-2008 09:34 PM

Exactly how much additional memory can the 16GB View support with the SD memory card?  Heard on the news the other day, Ipod is introducing a 32 GB model with a modest price tag of only $500.00.  You are not going let Apple get ahead of you, are you?

The Sandisk supports high capacity cards. As I understand it, these cards use “FAT32” (a method used for organising files on a disk), which means theoretically these cards could hold as much as hard drives. It really depends on how much storage they can squeeze onto a small card. You can already buy 16GB full size SD cards and 8GB MicroSD cards.

If you are really that interested:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_digital#SDHC

and

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_Allocation_Table#FAT32

Don’t forget the ability to Video out from the 30 pin :slight_smile:

More info on the View:

Firmware : No Worky

I am using the same, and have had it for some time. However, it isn’t accepting any video formats. Which do you upload to the converter?

I like the Sansa View. but my Sansa View won’t stay on for more than four hours without dying out on me. i’ve already returned it three times and i still have the same problem. Can you help me?