Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
I use my RCA Lyra RD1072A for listening to 45 minute university lectures on MP3 format when I drive to work (drive takes 15 minutes). I need a true pause function that allows me to come back to where I left off on the previous drive. How do I do that? If impossible, is there another MP3 player that has a true pause function that holds my place in my lecture until I turn the player on during my next trip (ie. not a temporary one or two minute pause but a permanent pause until I restart the player on my next trip.)?
This player does not have the true pause you are looking for. The iPod Nano - 2nd generation - has a true pause - once you hit pause it will stay paused and even go to sleep. When you revive the player it will leave off where you left it.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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