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What file format the meh-p5000 uses(reads)? - Pioneer MEH-P5000 MiniDisc Player

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  • dave moilliet Mar 06, 2006

    IT WORKS NOW!I Found that I have to reformat the way I record my music.THANKS for Your HELP.

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The file format is ATRAC.

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How do i set the time on a pantech p5000?


Date and Time Settings Pantech Marauder

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  1. From a home screen, select Apps (located in the lower-right).
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  3. If applicable, select System (appears in Starter mode only).
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My Camnex mp3 player will not play video. When I open the files in it on the computer with USB and put videos in they go inside but when I choose Video later on the mp3 player it says "no files". HELP...


You need to check the file format of the video that came from the computer (MP4, WMV, AVI etc.).

You have to make sure that the MP3 player supports the file format of the video that came from the computer. Because if the player does not support it, it will not either play or show up.

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Need a Pioneer MEH-P5000 faceplate


Why, cause you stole the head unit?  Good luck.

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Input/cut out


With the first question, if you are using an ip-bus to RCA adapter to connect your iPod to the CD changer port on the back of the radio, it won't be recognized until you turn on the AUX function on the radio. In the main function menu (usually gotten to when the radio is powered off), there is an option to turn on AUX1 or AUX2. Do this (consult owner's manual) and you should get your audio to play through.
With the 2nd question, the errors may have something to do with the file format on the discs. Not sure though.

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Sony MiniDisc car stereo


It sounds like you have a newer portable minidisc player, and an older deck. There were several upgrades over the years for ATRAC files, and some of the newer recording formats are not compatible with older players.

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Possible wiring problem?


I think you should add more details here, cause "volume problem" is a very vauge concept. it could mean too many things.

Mar 06, 2006 | Pioneer MEH-P5000 MiniDisc Player

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Changed settings(LP to SP)


If there is still no sound, you probably hooked up the unit's wires wrong. Try switching the wires coming off of the back of your head unit so that the wire that is supposed to be connected to the amp turn on in your factory harness isn't connected to the antenna lead or something like that. I don't know what the Pioneer wires look like, on my Sony there are two blue wires, one with a white stripe on it and one just plain blue. The wire with the white stripe on is the one that should be connected to the amp turn on in the factory harness.

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Volume


Your MD player probably isn't LP capable. Attempting to play an LP recorded MiniDisc in a player that is only SP capable will produce no sound even though the display (time counter, track name) looks like everything is operating properly. Record the MD you were attempting to play in SP and you will get sound.

Mar 05, 2006 | Pioneer MEH-P5000 MiniDisc Player

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