Sony Walkman NWZ-A845 (16 GB) Digital Media Player - Specs

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Manufacturer Description

It may be the thinnest ever Sony MP3 player, at just 7.2mm deep, but the WALKMAN® A845 is packed with features. Choosing tracks and watching videos is simple and fun on the large, scratch-resistant 2.8" glass display, with noticeably enhanced resolution and clarity.
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Key Features
  • Family Line

    Sony WALKMAN

  • Main Storage Type

    Built-in Memory

  • Number of Songs

    3700.0

  • Storage Capacity

    16.0 GB

  • Use

    Music, Video, Photo Viewing

  • Audio Capabilities
  • Audio Format

    MP3, WMA, AAC-LC, Linear-PCM

  • Frequency Response

    44.1 KHz

  • MP3 Bit-Rate

    32 kbps - 320 kbps

  • Signal to Noise Ratio

    17.0 dB

  • WMA Bit-Rate

    32 kbps - 192 kbps

  • Video Capabilities
  • Max. Video Resolution

    400 x 240

  • Video Bit-Rate

    10240.0 kbps

  • Video Format

    AVC(H.264/AVC), MPEG-4 Video, Windows Media Video 9, AAC-LC Video, WMA

  • Screen
  • On Screen Display

    Battery Level, Play Mode, Elapsed Time, Playlist / Table of Contents

  • Screen Size

    2.8 inch

  • Connectors
  • Interface

    USB

  • Outputs

    Headphone Jack, Hi-Speed USB

  • Other Features
  • Additional Features

    FM Tuner, Voice Recorder

  • Power Supply
  • Battery Life

    29.0 Hours

  • Battery Type

    Rechargable Battery

  • Power Source

    Internal Battery

  • Dimensions
  • Depth

    0.28 in.

  • Height

    4.13 in.

  • Weight

    2.19 oz.

  • Width

    1.84 in.

  • Weight and Size

    Compact

  • Warranty
  • Warranty

    1 Year

  • Miscellaneous
  • Available Colors

    Black

  • MPN

    NWZA845BCEW

  • Product ID

    101468230

  • UPC

    4905524625646

  • ReviewGist ID

    65197,101468230
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