05-04-2015 05:28 PM
I usually recharge my Sansa Clip 8gb MP3 by connecting it to my iPhone charging cord, then plugging it into the wall. Given Italy's different voltage, what will I need to recharge it while over there? I'm not taking a laptop so recharging it that way it not an option. Thanks in advance.
05-05-2015 04:26 PM
The problem is we're going to 4 different regions, and there could be different wall plug configurations in each area. Currently I plug my Sansa into my iPad charger and do it that way. Since the iPad charger will handle Italy's 220V current, I should be able to use the same method.
05-06-2015 05:44 PM
Yes, but you will still need a plug adaptor. Different countries use different plug configurations.
05-06-2015 05:55 PM
I have a couple of the lower right ones. Wil try to find the others. My iPad charger says 110-240V on the back, which means (I think) that anything I can plug into it can be charged. I just need to find a way to plug the charger into the wall.
05-09-2015 06:09 AM
I'm also traveling overseas with my Sansa Clip + and will have my iPad Mini with me. I have the correct plug adapter to plug the iPad into the electrical outlet. The only cord that I have is one that connects the mp3 to a USB port on my laptop. Where do I get a cord to connect the mp3 to my iPad? I was at Apple yesterday and did not see an appropriate cord. One of the customer tech at Apple said I should plug my mp3 into the iPad's charger and plug the charger into the wall. This would require that I take a voltage converter...which I don't want to do.
05-10-2015 03:07 PM
Before you leave, get a wall charger with a USB output and bring along your USB-to-mini-USB cord. You can't go through the iPad.
Unless you can find a USB port on it...but Apple doesn't like to play with the other children.