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Recorded files are wav files so can be imported in to media player or the like...

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Symtom: recorder shows OPAL splash screen, then shows "profiling requires20mb of free space, shutting down" and then shuts down. Recorder cannot be accessed by windows or the RCA easyrip software.

Solution: Use the firmware update found here: http://www.voxxsupport.com/images/downloads/OPAL_066F_85A4_85A5_0_1140_SIG.EXE

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2. While still holding the power button, press theplay/pause button and hold down.

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5. Release the play pause button then launch theEXE for the firmware update. Minimize the instruction screen so you can see thefull update screen.

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unfortunately, the voice recorder works only as voice recorder, it cannot play FM and record it at the same time. though you can play fm radio from another device and record it using your SanDisk mp3 player.

To transfer your recordings from your mp3 player, connect your device to your PC.

Open "My computer" from your PC and you'll there "your Sansa Player"

Double-click on "your Sansa Player", then open the "Music" folder, then, open "Recordings" folder.

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yes this is a feature because the mic built into it was designed to leave yourself notes, like mental notes. not neccessarily created to allow you to record music with it. so your play all will not work with your recorded music, it was never intended to do that. however there is a way around this. you can connect the mp3 player to your computer and then go to recorded files, then take that and drag it into your music folder. that should allow you to listen to those recorded files with the play all. if you have any further questions my e-mail address is on my page. do not hesitate to contact me.

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1. Press the Home button to return to Main Menu.
2. Select Voice from the Main Menu.
3. Select Record Now.
4. To pause the recording, select Pause.
5. To stop the recording, select Stop.
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this is due to a to a bad download or recording
could be the bitrate
and memory
try copying it to you computer to make shure
richard from chicago

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