Enter the characters you sandisk sansa c200 user manual below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. SCP-624, playing music generated by Dr. Special Containment Procedures: SCP-624 is to be stored in Site 16’s safe storage room and charged frequently by testing personnel.
Testing is open to all Site 16 personnel with proper clearance. Personal access to SCP-624 is otherwise restricted. SCP-624 is not to be taken off of Site 16 unless in the event of an emergency. SCP-624 must be listened to through regular headphones before being played on regular speakers.
SCP-624 is not to be played at Site 16’s social functions for entertainment due to containment protocol and possible risk of humiliation of Site 16 personnel. Audio created by SCP-624 is not to be sold commercially, nor shared through filesharing networks. Addendum 624-1: Personnel who do not listen to music, do not like music, or have zero musical influences are not allowed to test SCP-624. Description: SCP-624 is a Sandisk Sansa e200R Mp3 player and voice recorder.
Although the original owner’s manual claims there are pre-loaded sample songs, there are no files stored within its memory when played on normal speakers. When powering up SCP-624 through headphones, a tone will play, and this tone will be picked up through SCP-624’s microphone. If SCP-624 does not detect the tone, it will shut down as if it were locked. If SCP-624 hears the tone from normal speakers, SCP-624 will power on normally, but contain no stored data. If SCP-624 detects the tone from a pair of headphones, SCP-624 automatically fills its library with two gigabytes worth of music.