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To play a microphone recording file, press the Menu button once, and then
push the Menu button to the right once, and now you should read the
message of VOICE appearing on the Display.
Press the Menu button again, and then use the Menu button to select a
desired microphone recording file by pushing the Menu button to the right
or to the left.
Once the desired microphone recording file is selected, press the "play/pause"
button to start playing the file.
this is all from the manual hope this helps
If you connect your player to the PC and select your device in Windows Explorer you should find a "Voice" folder that contains your recordings. The files are named as voicexxx.wav and you can simply copy and paste them to the PC. If you have problem with this and want to get additional help please define the exact type of your player because almost all the types of gogear are SAxx . Thanks gylacz
There is a free program called Media Monkey - it will convert WAV format to Mp3 (actually, it will convert any non-protected music file type - it's very dynamic). It may take a while to figure out how to do the first one, but it will get easier after that.
First, you have to plug the Thomson in to your computer, double-click "My Computer," and then double-click the icon of the Thomson. There should be a folder called "Voice or "REC". If it doesn't show up, select in the window: Tools --> Folder Options --> View --> select Show Hidden Files and folders. Now the right folder should show up. Then, drag the WAV recording to your desktop (or your "My Music" fodler - whichever works best for you), and the computer should make a copy of the WAV recording onto your computer.
Now open up Media Monkey and it should, after several minutes find all music files on your computer, including the WAV recording. Then right-click the WAV recording, and it should have an option to covnert the file type - convert to mp3, and you're done.
First, you will have to hook your Sansa to your computer. Then, you will need to double-click My Computer, double-click the icon or drive letter that corresponds to your Sansa, and then open the Voice folder. Find the recording that you want to back up and drag it to your desktop or other temporary location on your computer. Then you will most likely want to convert the recorded WAV file to mp3 format using Media Monkey or some other free conversion tool. Then use disc-burning software like Roxio or Nero to burn the converted file to CD. Have fun!
Have you tried Audacity? It's free opensource sound editing software. Search Google for it or try downloading it at audacity dot sourceforge dot net. (You do have to install an mp3 encoder! but those are also free, and the Audacity site tells how to do this), Then you just import your wav file, and export it as an mp3
Not very much. It depends on how many songs are already in the player. The problem is that the recordings are made in WAV format, and WAV format takes up MUCH more space than an mp3 file. If you had no other songs on the player, I would say an hour maximum - maybe much less.
Use the built-in microphone to record voice in the voice mode.
1) Press "Rec" button to begin recording
2) Press "Rec" button again to stop recording
3) Press " play/pause" to pause or resume recording
4) Recorded files are stored as default files VXXX.WAV, XXX numbered from 001