- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
According to all the reviews, forums etc. I could find, it is a standard USB 1.1 4-pin type A male to type B male cable.
Here is one example but there should be a hundred different versions of the same at any computer store for very little cash;
If this is not the right cable, then if you could post back with a photo of the connector socket on the player from close up and a couple of different angles we can hopefully identify which it needs.
No one is going to design a special cable for an MP3 player of this value, it would be a pointless expense unless they were going to continue selling the cable exclusively, which they are not doing.
There are however quite a lot of "standard" USB cable designs which are all different and not very standard.
Let me know if you have tried this cable type with no success, and with a photo or two so that I can identify the right one if that is the case.
Verge have vanished from the face of the earth, so don't waste your time trying to contact them. I had no luck finding anyone else who admits to having picked up Verge's torch either, so we have to hope that the people involved are enjoying their Caribbean hideaways.
Hope this helps :)
88.7 , 89.1 I think. Give it a try if not then turn on the disc changer load the cd and once the cd begins to play hit scan on the radio and let the scan feature find the station for you, were ever it stops and u hear clear music then thats the station and just preset it on your preset keys.
Good luck and please rate and vote for me if I helped you. Thanks....
Understand that what what you are discussing are SYMPTOMS, not PROBLEMS. The verge needs repairing because (most probably) there is a problem with water getting to it. A leaky roof or poor design. If it was a leaky roof at one time, causing the rot, and the roof was fixed then you would only need to replace the damaged area. If it was damaged due to poor design or some hidden leak or such and you replaced the verge, the damage would come back. In either case, look for the PROBLEM and it will give you a clue as to what may have to be done.
There is a tiny pinhole next to the usb port - try resetting the device - if it still fails, you are out of luck - I think it has more to do with having Windows Media Player 11 on your computer than SP2. The computer wants to treat it as an MTP device, and this older player cannot do that. The company has long been out of the business.
Mono amps often have two sets of speaker outputs; this is just to simplify multi-speaker connections. The two positive and negative terminals are connected together internally, so they're effectively the same as one terminal. There's no difference between connecting both subs to the same positive and negative terminals, or using different terminals for each sub; electrically they'll all be connected together either way.
The problem is that it is on the verge of going out my mother had a monitor go out and it did the same thing. Also if you have any high frequeny things around your monitor thatr also migh be the thing. Try a magnet or demagnitze the screen if you have one on it.