08-02-2009 10:08 PM
Dang--how special. SanDisk, please fix?
In the meanwhile, I can email you a copy, if you send me an email with your email address (use the envelope icon at the upper right). Unfortunately, SanDisk has not kept the manual up-to-date, and it had some lapses to begin with.
08-11-2009 03:54 AM
hi there i am a newby and would i love u to answer a problem i have have looked for the answer on the community cant find the answer i am sure that it is simple but i cant work it out.
i have deleted the music on my sansa clip 8mgs, on media player still says the songs are on there. answer my problem please need it for my hols in 4 weeks. i have windows xp. thanks again emerald
08-11-2009 03:59 AM
i thought it had changed my life to until i tried to delete the music my media player says its still full. just lost for words any clues how to resolve this please i have windows xp thanks diane
08-11-2009 08:42 AM
An easy thing to try: on the Clip's Settings menu, select format. That will erase all the files you put onto the Clip.
Also, in the future, it may be better for you to start your own thread with a question. Among other things, helps you get responses.
08-31-2009 08:59 AM
the general information isnt that bad, but I´m looking and looking... and can´t find an information about the earphonesocket. Please can someone tell me the resistance off this earphone outlett.
08-31-2009 06:19 PM
If you mean the impedance, I believe it's 16 ohms. That seems to be the same for all Sansas.
If you mean the effort needed to insert the headphone plug, it's higher when the player is new, and decreases as the jack is "broken in". Many people have complained of sound problems (mono, instruments only ( "karaoke effect" ), or popping/crackling in the phones) only to learn that they hadn't fully inserted the headphone plug.
09-01-2009 05:58 AM
thanks for your answer, yes I´m looking for the impedance. There is an different answer in an other Thread with the same question. There is told that the impedance is about 10 mOhm and has a phantomground (virtual ground). Would it be possible to verify this 2 different answers so that only 1 can be right?
PS. My english isn´t that good, because it´s not my first language, but I hope it´s understandable.
07-09-2011 09:48 PM
Without the users there would be no profit so yeah, I'm sure there's some level of concern there.