Portable Media Player Cases Washington DC

Cases for portable media players are designed to protect devices while still allowing you to use them. Here you’ll find additional information on portable media player cases as well as local companies and providers that may help you in your search.

Shiva Electronics
(202) 387-8400
2438 18th St Nw
Washington, DC
 
Massive Engineering Service
(202) 832-6589
411 Hamilton Street
Washington, DC
Services
Information Technology Services, Professional Engineers, Electronics, Computer Consultants, Network Solutions
Hours
Mon-Fri: 08:30am-05:30pm
Payment Options
Cash, Credit Card, Check, Money Order

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Cable & Wireless
(202) 726-2037
120 Ingraham St NW
Washington, DC
 
Maden Technologies
(703) 769-4440
2110 Washington Blvd Ste 200
Arlington, VA
 
Myer-Emco Audio Video
(703) 528-9600
2800 Clarendon Blvd Ste R600
Arlington, VA
 
Eport World
(202) 232-2244
1719 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC
 
Comcast Cable
(202) 635-5100
900 Michigan Ave NE
Washington, DC
 
Arlington Community Television
(703) 524-2388
2707 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, VA
 
OK Tv & Stereo
(703) 536-7400
5175 Lee Hwy
Arlington, VA
 
Paul's Audio Video Center
(703) 522-5151
2221 N Pershing Dr
Arlington, VA
 
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Dressing up the Sansas

Dressing up the Sansas

clip_image002 My interest in eAudiobooks that you can download for free from almost any public library these days has spurred me to experiment with MP3 players that allow bookmarking, which is essential to a satisfactory audiobook experience so that you don’t lose your place. Two that I found perfect, petite, and powerful are the Sansa Clip and the Sansa Fuze, both with 8 GB storage capacity for very reasonable prices. See my previous reviews.

My next project was to get them some protection in the form of a case, but that was easier said than done. Finally, my old friend Proporta.com came to the rescue with a custom designed case for each device.

For the Sansa Clip, I procured a nifty, grey, silicone case. When I removed it from the package, I wondered how in the world was I going to fit the Clip into the case. The small openings for access to buttons and ports were way too small. Hoping it wouldn’t rip or tear anything, I bravely started to stretch the flexible case over the Clip. In no time at all, I had managed to stuff it in without any apparent damage. But, would it snap back into shape or be like a pair of socks around your ankles with no elastic. There was no need for concern whatsoever, for the case snugly reconformed to the body of the Clip no worse for wear.

At first I was concerned about the fact that the case covered the power switch and navigation button on the front. But when I turned it on, it glowed right through the translucent case, and it was easy to use.

Now I feel ever-so-much better knowing that my precious little Clip is protected from the abuse I inadvertently deliver.

clip_image004 For the larger, but still sleek, Fuze, I found that Proporta had one of its signature Alu-Leather flip type leather cases available. I have used this model of case for many other devices over the years, and found them to be uber secure with the aluminum shield to protect the screen. I was glad to have one now for guarding the wellbeing of my Fuze.

There are two grips about ¾ of an inch long that securely grasp the unit on both sides in the middle. A flap containing the aluminum shields folds over the screen. From the back a strap with snap secures the case shut. It makes a tidy, handsome package.

On the back is a loop for a lanyard, which is supplied in the package so you can wear it around your neck. This is a nice feature because, unlike the Clip that y...

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