20 Most Recent RCA RD1076 MP3 Player Questions & Answers


Hi Richard
To answer your question of what you need to download and make the songs play:

This player is meant to play mp3 and Windows Media files
To do so, you need the use of a Windows computer with USB port , connection cable (included) and a music management software (MusicMatch Jukebox." Go to the following webpage and download a user manual for your player...it will give you all the information you need.
Note: the 1022 is the same as the RD1076
http://data.manualslib.com/pdf/14/1393/139210-rca/rd1022.pdf?e5480748d51c8c05ea554d37fbbde9b6
Bud

RCA RD1076 MP3... | Answered on Apr 26, 2013


change the battery, or send it back it may very well have a problem that Your warranty with RCA will probably cover.

RCA RD1076 MP3... | Answered on Jan 16, 2013


Did you ever get your software? I did find out you can use Explorer to transfer files to the removable device or use sync in Windows Media player. However I don't know how to access a memory card.

RCA RD1076 MP3... | Answered on Aug 28, 2010


with windows explorer or my computer find the songs you dont like and delete them

RCA RD1076 MP3... | Answered on Jul 10, 2010


First I would make sure the batteries are fresh, installed correctly, and the contacts are clean of corrosion. If everything is correct and clean then unfortunately your RCA mp3 player is no longer any good. I also had the same issue with an RCA a few years ago. Best of luck!

Source: Owner of Woodland Park Computers www.woodlandparkcomputers.com

RCA RD1076 MP3... | Answered on Jun 05, 2010


The best way is to use Cd's you have or buy. Use windows Media player or iTunes. To use Media Player, Start the program and looking at the top of the program, if the classic menu's are not showing - right click out next to the heading, Media Player, -> chose view -> then -> click on Classic Menus. This will show the menus that are easier to access. Now go to -> Tools -> Options And here click on the Rip Music tab. This is where you set up media player to rip music down to a MP3 and where to put it when done. So on this tab you will see Rip music to this location, Click the pull down and pick a folder you can find easy -(go to my computer, right click My computer and chose -> Explore -> you will see on the left side the folder tree, click on the ( C:\ ) at the top and open up the tree, then right click the( C:\ ) move to the menu at the top and chose -> New -> then Folder - then name your folder " AAA " it will always be at the top of the tree - easy to find), Tell media player to put your MP3's here, then move down on the RIP MUSIC Tab to the FORMAT section and pull down menu and chose MP3 => chose to rip when CD is inserted. click OK and close the Tools Menu, Close the Program. Now Hook up your player, go to My computer and see it you can see the player there on the tree, it should be at the bottom. Next insert a CD into the drive and when a window pops up asking what to do chose to RIP WITH MEDIA PLAYER. Once Media Player has finished riping the CD, G to your folder and Copy the MP3's into your player's Music folder - one at the time or as a group. Now you should be able to un-hook your player and enjoy you new music.

RCA RD1076 MP3... | Answered on Jan 31, 2010


u dont want any software. to transfer music to RCa lyra. i have one. just copy amd paste to the memory card of RCA lyra. if detected.....

RCA RD1076 MP3... | Answered on Sep 12, 2009


Don't play basketball with your MP3 player on board. Your MP3 player is ruined. Buy a new one.

-Potter4

RCA RD1076 MP3... | Answered on Mar 12, 2008


The problem could be a HOST of things depending on your Computer, Operating System, etc. You must call in or take your computer to an expert for this one, I'm afraid.

-Potter4

RCA RD1076 MP3... | Answered on Jan 24, 2008


Work with your Lyra. I use the alphabet to keep my songs in the right order.
1. Connect your Lyra MP3 player to your computer using the proper cable, and click on your desktop to open "My Computer".
2. Click to open the drive labeled "Lyra".
3. Right-click on the song name, and choose "Properties" from the menu.
4. Go to the "Details" tab (I believe)
5. Highlight the name and change it. For Example: If I want the song "We Will Rock You" to be my first song, I name it "aaaWe Will Rock You". I want the next song to be "We Are The Champions" so I call it "aabWe Are The Champions"
6. Some songs have security issues and will not allow you to change their names. Then you are out of luck.

I hope this helps.

-Potter4

RCA RD1076 MP3... | Answered on Jan 24, 2008


Sorry, you need to provide more information on this question. What is the number on your sport flash player? Are you using Windows Media Player or Musicmatch Jukebox as your download program? Is your Sport Flash Player connected to your computer with the proper cable?

My suggestion on your sketchy description is don't use "urge", just hit the "sync" button and follow the directions from there.

-Potter4

RCA RD1076 MP3... | Answered on Jan 24, 2008


1. Connect your Lyra to your computer with the proper cable.
2. Click and open "My Computer" on your desktop.
3. Click to open the drive that is labeled "Lyra".
4. Right-click on the offensive song.
5. Cloose "Delete" from the menu.
6. I hope that works.

-Potter4

RCA RD1076 MP3... | Answered on Jan 24, 2008


This happens to me on my Lyra MP3 player when my battery is low. If you have a fresh AAA battery in it, and it is in the right way and your lock on the back of your Lyra is OFF, and you still only get a blink, then you have a defective unit. Return it to RCA and get another one.

-Potter4

RCA RD1076 MP3... | Answered on Jan 24, 2008


If you have Windows XP you need to download Musicmatch Jukebox in order to transfer music. Google it. You will probably have to pay for it. However Musicmatch Jukebox does not work with Windows Vista. If you have Vista, you can use Windows Media Player to transfer music to your Lyra. The Media Player automatically comes with Windows Vista OS. Of course, you need to connect your Lyra to your computer using the proper USB cable, so your computer must have a USB port.

-Potter4

RCA RD1076 MP3... | Answered on Jan 24, 2008


I hope you have Windows XP. Download Musicmatch Jukebox (google it). Open up Musicmatch Jukebox and on the left hand side is a link to download songs to the MP3 player. Click on the link and follow the directions. Musicmatch Jukebox does not work on Windows Vista (yet).

RCA RD1076 MP3... | Answered on Jan 22, 2008


there are some solutions mabey you droped it and i doesn't work, this happened with me two I just brought it to the store and they replaced it so hopes it helps sincerely, Anonymous

RCA RD1076 MP3... | Answered on Dec 27, 2007


This could be anything but I would guess you probably have a short in the system.If you could give me more information I may be able to help you better.

hardrocko

RCA Audio... | Answered on Sep 11, 2019

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