07-22-2017 04:58 PM
I use the sandisk clip sport plus with gopro earbuds. I connect them with bluetooth. The devices pair with no trouble at all. The trouble is the range. I must have the sandisk in the same room or i lose the feed. I use it to play tinnitus (ringing in the ear) sound programs when I sleep at night. I clip the mp3 player to my shorts and put the earbud in my ear. If put the side of my head with the earbud on my pillow, I lose the feed. If I put on a tshirt and cover the mp3 player with the tshirt, I lose the feed. This seams way to weak. Does this mp3 player use class 1 bluetooth? What can I do to improve the range.
07-22-2017 05:58 PM - edited 07-22-2017 06:00 PM
I am on 2.13 firmware. I cannot put it in my pocket without skipping. I cannot move it more than 3 inches away from my bluetooth earbuds without skipping. At this moment, I literally have my player out 6 inches in front of me and it's still skipping. This is ridiculous. If anyone remembers what CD skipping used to sound/feel like, this is what happens with the sport plus. This is totally unacceptable. Product works fine with wired connection (as do previous models), but I bought this specifically for the bluetooth feature for a dedicated mp3 player. Time to return to Target. I honestly cannot believe this is being sold in 2017, let alone for 60 bucks.
12-28-2017 11:56 AM
Do you have anything pugged into the headset jack while you have your bluetooth headset paired? Seems this device uses the headset wire as an antenna for the radio and I have found that my bluetooth headset does not work unless I have something plugged into the headset jack. Does not have to be the wired headset as a short jumper plugged into the jack allowed the bluetooth headset to work well.
02-11-2018 03:31 PM
This was a total waste of money in my opinion. Agree with bluetooth range problem - I can get better separation with a pair of earbuds plugged in vs wireless. Will never biuy another Sandisk product.