Question about GPX Audio Players & Recorders
First, let me explain myself. I'm an 'Octogenarian' and didn't grow up with the current devices. I am
'Ham radio' operator & owner, since my service in WW2, Navy/ pacific, and have built my own equipment over the years.
That said, I find it difficult to maneuver the "instructions" given with modern electronics. I took the unit to the place of purchase and the gentleman there turned it on for me. It all seemed so simple that I failed to write it down. So, back to the struggle. No doubt, when one of my grandchildren should visit, he or she will set it up for me with written 1940's language instructions.
I did manage to have it show up on my computer and tried to 'drag' my music to the icon up in the right hand corner and felt 'success. Only my GPX does not seem inclined to play it. I guess I need some Written guidance.
Oh well, I'll try to gert some sleep.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
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