AGPtEK 2015 Latest Version 8GB & 70 Hours Playback MP3 Lossless Sound Music Player (Supports up to 64GB), Color Black


Sandisk 8GB Clip Jam MP3 Player (Black)

  • Super lightweight wearable personal music player
  • Deep rich sound quality with a built-in micro SD card expansion slot
  • Play audio files in lots of formats (MP3 WMA (no DRM) AAC (DRM free iTunes) and Audible (DRM only)
  • Big bright readable screen and large navigation buttons up to 18 hour battery life
  • 2 year limited warranty
Put the fun back into music-on-the-go with the compact and colorful Clip Jam digital music player you can clip on and take anywhere. The bright one inch screen and big navigation buttons make it easy to drag, drop and play files in popular audio formats including AAC. Add even more music via the micro SD card slot for up to 18 hours of big sound.

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6 thoughts on “AGPtEK 2015 Latest Version 8GB & 70 Hours Playback MP3 Lossless Sound Music Player (Supports up to 64GB), Color Black

  1. Octavio Lopez Jr
    60 of 62 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Way better than an ipod!, April 9, 2015
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    Man I really didn’t think it would last for ten hours like they advertised it for but it really does last that long, assuming you don’t use it 24/7 of course. I bought an old ipod mini for the same price and it only had 4gb this thing can carry up to 64gb with a memory card, you can’t beat that! The best part is that it plays flac files which is awesome for an mp3 player. Apple has nothing on this little mp3 player!

    *Update 4/14/15

    Well it just suddenly gave out on me. I’m requesting a full refund from the seller and buying another one hopefully it doesn’t go out again. It sucks because I really wanted it to work, at least for six months not less than a month 🙁

    *Update 4/17/15

    I got a full refund from the seller quick so I went ahead and purchased another one. I hope this time it lasts longer than a month!

    *Update 4/21/15

    I’m using the second one I bought and it’s working great so far. I think the reason why the last one didn’t last that long was because I simply shut the device off when I didn’t use it. I would advise anyone using this to not switch the power off after use but instead hold down the play button to let it shutdown gracefully and then switch it off.

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  2. Daniel Berry Jr.
    39 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Mp3 Player, March 23, 2015
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    Daniel Berry Jr. (cape coral fl) –
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    This is a great mp3 player that works great and is a great price for a quality mp3 player. Make sure after you insert the sd card you format it so it can clear it for the device before you put the music on it. I did not know this and it took me two days to figure out why the mp3 player would not play my music on the sd card. Just format the card then put the music on it. This mp3 player has random/repeat/ and play lists you can create. I am not sure what else you could create for the mp3 player. It works great and the battery life lasts like 4 days of playing music.

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  3. ErDracu
    65 of 72 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great battery and high power, February 4, 2015
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    ErDracu

    Item received as a gift, but I myself have unpacked the package. The request was sent by BrainyDeal – APGTek in padded envelope from China via PostNL. The order was received within 19 days, which is the usual in shipments from the east (china, korea, taiwan, japan, etc)

    The envelope contained a cardboard package, with the mp4 and a few pieces of plastic as a gift by the seller, in a bag to keep the headphones. Not items of great value, but a detail from AGPtek – BrainyDeal

    Inside the box Mp3, white button size open structure headphones are included, similar to Sony MDR I was used to see in the period 2000-2005. The headphones are in a bag, they had unspecified impedance, but I reckon they have the usual 32 ohms in this type of device. As for audio quality thereof, is surprisingly well considering they hear are those coming “default”. They lack a bit of power in the bass, but they sounds clear, crisp and have nothing to do with the “cheap” headphones that often accompany this type of device: In other words, it is not necessary to change them other best if you are not a purist in sound, they are perfectly usable.

    As the player, it is very light, weighing only 30g, ie, which weigh 5 coins of 20 cents. Also covered is a nice touch rubbery surface, appearing to be shock absorbent. The power button is a small 2 position switch on the bottom of the device. however, the device has an auto off if the headphones are unplugged. The screen is covered with plastic to prevent scratches and other until delivery … the usual. And it comes pre loaded with approximately 75% battery. Power is supplied via a mini USB cable included. in the package, and which in turn is used to manage content. It’s sad that it had not been microUSB instead of miniUSB, because today is a current cable for managing mobile phones, and would be more compatible using that connector.

    The battery is the strong point of this device. With the first charge, took several days using the radio, I estimate about 10 hours and still has not dropped below half, being used at half power output. This is another of the strengths of the system and does not come mentioned in the specifications. It has an insane power output: default working volume 15 points out of 30, with 30 being really loud headphone. It sure can move large crowns headphones without an intermediate amplifier, and although I have not tried, I suspect you have sufficient output to power a speaker directly. What I have tried and is quite interesting, is that it has power enough to feed two handsets at once with a doubler output jack of 3.5 mm. – Two ngs headband headphones (which often require more power than earbuds, having a slightly higher impedance) without distortion without raising the volume of the device. (20 of 30 no longer hear anything from the outside)

    To change the volume is a bit difficult. While playing, you have to press the volume button (below) in a long press, and then adjust the volume with the left and right keys. If the button is pressed briefly, the playback menu is displayed. For audio playback, the lists to change music and other

    It is one of the small problems of this device. The menu navigation is very low intuitive at times, having to use the buttons on the left and right to go up and down in menus. This coupled with the lack of a manual can complicate a little use. But unfortunately, this problem is not exclusive to this set. I’ve had mp3 style and all those buttons pecan provision of this problem, it is the manufacturer. Understand that, by default work this way:

    Left button -> Previous Selection (above)
    Right click -> subsequent selection (below)
    Middle button -> Confirm selection
    Bottom button -> back
    Top-> button is used at times of reproduction, to get the menu, since the center button becomes play / pause

    As for the audio quality of the mp3, the device is an hard guy. Supports mp3, fixed and variable birate. It also supports the proprietary format of the guys from Redmont WMA (Windows Media Audio), which is unusual, OGG, free format, and what I find most interesting today: FLAC, purest form, without losses, even more that .wav (who also can be reproduced, too).

    When playing music the device displays an animation posing as an EQ in real time. This is just an animation, however the device incorporates several preset EQ, and even the ability to create a custom setup (which is not really necessary, because the standard preset and sufficiently enhance the bass and treble end of the band)
    Likewise, although anecdotal, has a function capable of modifying in real time the pitch of the songs, hearing these a little slower or faster, but otherwise quite losing quality. Maybe it’s an interesting dictation playback function. Remarkable also changes the speed without changing the pitch, do not know what algorithm used…

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  4. V. Winkler
    21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Runner’s Perspective, June 11, 2015
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    V. Winkler
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    This review is from: Sandisk 8GB Clip Jam MP3 Player (Black) (Electronics)
    A few points for perspective of my review. I’m a Runner, so my review is from that perspective of primary use. Second, I’m an Apple products user with a MacBook Air, iTunes as my primary PC. I’ve owned multiple Apples Shuffles and Nanos and found the Shuffle was the best product for Running up to this point,.. with the exception that if the Shuffle gets wet it will die out.

    Because of your body sweating during long runs, I can go through 3 to 4 Shuffles a year. I know there are ways one can waterproof a Shuffle, but I’ve not done this. The other issue I have with the Shuffle is it doesn’t have an FM Radio (which the Clip Jam does).

    I know there is an Apple Nano that has an FM Radio, BUT it doesn’t have a built in clip to the product and I wanted something smaller to the Shuffle that I could attach to my running shirt of short without any weighing my clothes down.

    I did a lot of research prior to me buying the Clip Jam and there is really nothing on the market that met my requirements of lightweight, small, that I could transfer my iTunes music to and had an FM Radio, except the Clip Jam.

    I was concerned how hard it could be to transfer my iTunes music over to the Sandisk Clip Jam, but it was extremely EASY to do. And from a quality of sound I find no difference in quality from the Apple Shuffle to the Clip Jam.

    And my main goal of having something with an FM Radio was achieved. The Clip Jam did great getting all my favorite local stations. The plus is that you can set stations for easy changing while on your Run.

    It is true the Clip Jam does not have the metal casing as the Apple Shuffle has. It’s made out of a plastic type material,.. but it doesn’t feel cheap or that it would break easily,.. it just feels light, which is what I wanted for my Runs.

    It also has the ability to use a microSDHC card to expand the 8GB it already has. Which will make it easy to download a lot of music for longer Runs where you may want more diversity.

    It also has a screen to search and put your music into folders which makes it easy to organize on the go,.. and to top it off it not expensive. Comparing it to the Shuffle, I was able to get the Clip Jam for $5 cheaper. A very small price to pay to keep one focused on Running to Music which is a life saver.

    I love it! I’m a Clip Jam fan for sure,.. it will now be my new go to music product for Running.

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  5. SanDisk user
    14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    and the sound is good, but (1) finicky about cables, June 8, 2015
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    It’s cheap, and the sound is good, but (1) finicky about cables: for some reason, if you don’t use the very short USB cable provided, it will not be detected by a computer; (2) it says Linux and Mac compatible and that you can play Audible files on it, but you need a PC with Windows to activate the thing with the Audible Manager, or it will not play Audible files. Otherwise a great alternative to expensive (in price) but cheap (in quality) apple products.

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  6. Big Jim Swade
    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Jam is great., June 11, 2015
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    Big Jim Swade (Grangeville, Id United States) –

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    My 10 year old Sansa Clip was on it’s last leg so I thought I would try the Jam this time. The sound quality is better than the Clip and the battery life is great (up to 18hours). I can’t find any faults with it.

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