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Recording from FM station

I have recorded programs from FM stations with my sansa e260 but they are recorded in WAV form. Is there any way to record in MP3?

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I don't think there is one, but there is a solution so you can listen to them as mp3.

1. First record what you want
2. Then go on www.wav-mp3.com
3. Downlaod the free converter version, or buy the advanced version
4. You can now easily convert and reconvert files for free

And hust so you know, you can even convert other files than mp3 and wav

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