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Can my sansa e260 hook up to ipod stuff like speakers... it looks like it would fit

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You can connect to anything through the headphone jack on the top of the unit. This will let you use iPod speakers and the like. Do NOT use the USB connector at the bottom to connect to iPod accessories; the pin-outs are different and will not work (in fact, they may cause damage).

Posted on Jan 11, 2012

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1 question: how did you do that? i thought the Ipod and the sansa have different adapter types? anyway, i'd suggest getting a new battery. and it's probably because the sansa and ipod use don't use the same amount of energy (volts, etc.) that this happened.

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SOURCE: my sansa e260 adds music but wont show up on the player

you may be adding to exsternal memory

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SOURCE: sansa shorted out from an ipod dock

that wasnt the best idea to start out with,
but it was a good heads up for me.

uhm,,,, i'd check with sansa to see if you have a warranty available,
otherwise you may have to replace your mp3 player.
not the best news, but its the truth.

Posted on Dec 26, 2009

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that wasnt the best idea to start out with,
but it was a good heads up for me.

uhm,,,, i'd check with sansa to see if you have a warranty available,
otherwise you may have to replace your mp3 player.
not the best news, but its the truth.

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1 question: how did you do that? i thought the Ipod and the sansa have different adapter types? anyway, i'd suggest getting a new battery. and it's probably because the sansa and ipod use don't use the same amount of energy (volts, etc.) that this happened.

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if your sanas e260 does'n syncronize with your computer or say data base..., take the battery out and conect it with out the battery.

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