I have a dv9924ca (dv9000 series) with vista. I just bought it, so it is at factory specs. When I play media, mainly mp3's the audio from the speakers breaks up. I plugged into the headphone jacks and it still does it, so it must be the audio driver or something, but that is up to date (Conexant High Definition SmartAudio 221). Does anyone have this problem or know how to fix it? I am thinking of downloading "the codecs" package to see if that helps, but figured i would try this first.
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If you are using the factory installed speakers they aren't made for the wattage output of your receiver. Factory stereos only put out about 5 to 10 watts. If you want to play it really loud you need to replace them with speakers that have a higher wattage that what your receiver puts out, which is a maximum of 50 watts
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According to the specs it can play MP2 and MP2 music files, You can check the specs from this WEB site. http://shop.panasonic.com/shop/model/SC-HC27?t=specs You need to copy the MP3 music files to an USB memory stick and connect it to the Panasonic then select the USB memory stick music file to play.
Phillips does not make a hybrid cd / mp3 device. If you are able to insert a cd into the device and play it then it can only play audio cds and audio cds with mp3s on it. That is to say, it is not your standard MP3 player like an iPod etc. It is a cd player that can play mp3 cds.
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Just bought the JX-MP102 find it difficult to use but was able to download songs from a windows xp laptop - plug the mp3 player into the usb port and turn on just as you would for playing music its screen should light up and the computer will pop up a screen with several options click to start windows explorer and from there you can got to place holding music files and copy them the disk letter which represents the MP3 player. On my machine my main files are on the C disk and a new D disk pops up for MP3 player. I also have a windows vista machine and it also recognizes the player as a new disk drive just like a flash drive. Unfortunately I can the player to work for a few minutes at best right now even with the music files successfully loaded and playing so I may return it tomorrow. Hope you have better luck. rvwill1930
First I would connect my MP3 to the internet then I would reformat it. then try to download your songs again. I would also try to use an sd card loaded with MP3 music to review the MP3. This is the main reason I bought this MP3 myself. I download audio books on sd cards.