Features & Performance
The SanDisk Sansa Fuze supports a variety of audio file formats, including MP3, WMA, WAV, FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, Override, and Audible. The SanDisk Sansa Fuze misses the multiple playlist feature, but there is a “go list", which allows you create at least one playlist on the player. The player doesn’t offer the sparkling audio quality, so if you are looking for highest sound quality player, then the Sansa Fuze is not it. The sound of the player sometimes become unclear, and tunes distorted, yet despite of all this, the overall sound quality isn’t that bad either.
The player has a radio. It has forty presets, and it works very well. The reception is as good as radio reception gets, and it can also record the music being played on the FM radio when you press two specific buttons. You can store the recorded FM audio files in the radio section for quick future access. The voice recorder feature is also in it, and it’s quite handy if you want to record your conversation with someone, a classroom lecture, etc
The SanDisk Sansa Fuze player can also play video files. But if you’re looking for good video support, look in some other player. The player offer supports for WMV and MPEG-4 files, and also provides a free video converter tool (available for download on SanDisk website) which works very well and is easy to use. Besides video, you can also open image files on the player. There isn’t a limit set on the resolution or file size for photos but you can sometimes have problems viewing very large size images. You get the “unsupported file" message if the image can not be displayed.
The player has its own built-in memory but you can also add an additional 32GB of memory. The card automatically fully integrates with the main memory, and gives you quick access to all your multimedia files.