SanDisk Sansa Fuze 2 GB Video MP3 Player – A Quick Review

SanDisk Sansa Fuze 2 GB Video MP3 Player – A Quick Review

The Sansa Fuze is the latest offering from SanDisk to its line of MP3 players. Continually attractive to customers for its low prices, the company has not been content nor rested on its laurels on this selling characterize alone; SanDisk has become and remains to true contender because of its efforts to tweak and enhance the sound quality and features of its Sansa MP3 players.

To be fair, however, the Sansa Fuze doesn’t quite compare to the more expensive Sony NWZ-A810 or Samsung P2 players for stellar audio quality, nor can it compete with the high, encompassing sound of the Creative Zen V Plus, but it comes close. The Sansa Fuze offers reasonable bass response (though not pulse-hitting), high and complete mids that highlight smooth vocals, and an impressive high end. Tested with Shure’s E310 earphones and Creative Aurvana Live headphones, across all genres, the Sansa Fuze presented clear, substantial sound.

The Sansa Fuze offers a microSD card slot for adding memory, which opens up the possibility to be applicable and competitive for years to come. It accepts high capacity memory storage cards, which at the moment are obtainable up to 12 gigabytes; plenty of room for thousands of songs or dozens of videos. This unit also comes with an radio (FM) tuner with auto-examine and presets in addition as a built-in microphone for recording audio notes while on the go.

One characterize that does not add much value to this unit is the built in syncing port. It would be much more advantageous for SanDisk to use a mini USB connection for downloading songs and video. The 28.2 hours of battery life for audio and 6.5 hours for video is quite impressive.For music enthusiasts who don’t want to mortgage their home for a quality MP3 player, the Sansa Fuze is the unit for you.

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