06-19-2015 10:42 AM
Boy, you really seem to have difficulty in allowing others to have their own opinions, just as you want yours. And you seem intent to try to inflame and insult with your comments ("i don't understand why you 'sandisk fanatics' and 'sandisk gurus' can't simply admit that . . . .") You really can dial down your rhetoric here, it's really a pretty civil place.
Oh, and by the way, despite your categorical statements, yes, some people were disappointed with the Sport and I much prefer the Clip+ and Clip Zip, for everything but battery capacity, and continue to suggest and recommend those products (does that get me un-flamed? lol).
06-19-2015 12:48 PM
Detailed information of the abilities and limitations of the Clip Sport is available on the official product pages and a couple of minutes with a search engine before buying something new is usually time well spent. Nevertheless, disappointed customers is not a good thing and in the long run I honestly believe it's a mistake by Sandisk not to include a note of the 2000 object limitation in the specifications.
06-22-2015 09:10 AM - edited 06-22-2015 09:10 AM
Research before buying is wise, regardless of the product.
And this is exactly what SanDisk had in mind when designing this player. It is not full-featured, nor was it intended to be. If that doesn't fit your wants or needs in a portable music player, there are others on the market, whether it be the Clip+ or Zip or even other brands, that might.
It's up to the individual to determine what is the best product based on their wants, needs, desires, preferences, etc. Trolling a user's forum bad-mouthing a product is a waste of time for all and helps no one.