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My sansa fuse 8gb, when connected to my car stereo, does not play as loud as a radio station. i heard i need more amps from my mp3 player.

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Some players do not have a high enough output level. You might require a simple preamp to boost the signal levels. Check that the max volume protection setting is switched off.

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I have a red colored player like this one, we bought a stereo with a docking station, it will not play is this the right generation?


It depends on the docking station and how you have it connected to the Sansa. If the station was intended for an Apple iPod and you're trying to use the connector on the bottom of the Sansa, that most definitely will NOT work; the Sansa is not electronically compatible with an iPod.

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How do I record FM radio programs and transfer them to my computer?


unfortunately, the voice recorder works only as voice recorder, it cannot play FM and record it at the same time. though you can play fm radio from another device and record it using your SanDisk mp3 player.

To transfer your recordings from your mp3 player, connect your device to your PC.

Open "My computer" from your PC and you'll there "your Sansa Player"

Double-click on "your Sansa Player", then open the "Music" folder, then, open "Recordings" folder.

You'll find all your recordings on that folder.


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I need to reset sandisk sansa fuze 8gb


Press the Power and Play (>||) button together for 20 seconds to reset the unit!

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your memory constant wire the yellow one has to be hooked to direct power.there is a .5 amp inline fuse. otherwise once you shut off the stereo it will erase the memory...

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My sansa e260 will not play with my jvc kx810 car stereo connected thru usb


The Sansa doesn't play through the USB connector. Plug the stereo into the Sansa's headphone jack instead.

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Sansa clip - not able to playlist listen on car radio w/ adapter


1) Go into the settings menu, go to FM settings, and make sure the FM Region is set for United States. If you are outside the US, change it to "World"
2) The radio might initially be set for Pause - to test this, turn to a specific radio station that you know you get, and press up on the clickwheel. The "block" icon underneath the radio station should now change to a play arrow, if indeed it was on pause.

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My sansa e280 will not play on the docking station or computer.


Two problems:
1) Your Sansa (and just about any other mp3 player) will not play while it is connected to the computer - it is only supposed to play once it is disconnected from the computer
2) Your docking station might be for brand-name iPod's only - using an incompatible docking station is one possible way to ruin your player

Get a simpler external speaker system with an audio jack that runs from the headphone jack of Sansa to the input jack of the docking station.

-Tha Mp3 doctor

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Get a compatible docking station, or a simpler external speaker system.

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Connecting Sansa e260 to factory car stereo


there's hardwire kits (http://www.crutchfield.com/S-oVN2ByB3OJo/App/Product/Item/Main.aspx?g=234550&I=142FMMOD01&id=review) and tape deck adapters. sirius might work if only audio jack is needed

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