Well to turn it off just switch the thing to off. then hold on to the play button for while, it will say byebye and there you go :]] To add songs just sync by using windows media player or real player. Try one at a time though.
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thats because media player is a WMA format the mp3 player needs to play songs in MP3 format ,what you can do is download a converter that converts WMA to MP3 and from now on start downloading music on MP3 format
It is the way it is burned. On the program you are using, it is set for all songs on one track, not sure about the noise. I recommend using windows media player 11. Go to media player, select burn, create list. Then drag all the songs from library to the burn list on right side, and hit burn. That's all there is to it.
The reading of flash drives and MP3 discs vary from each manufacturer. Usually, ten folders with music in each folder will work on most. To the best of my knowledge, Clarion reads well. When all else fails, you can always just drag and drop all the MP3's without folders. I know it's not as easy "finding" songs that are in folders but seems like you can't do that anyway.
I know this is lame, but the manual ALWAYS describes HOW to make the disc (folder trees etc.)
You probably have the setting on INT (Intro), that means the songs will only play for 10 secs (a sample) and continue throughout the whole list until the user stops it by pressing the INT button. If it still is acting funny, feel free to email more details.
I have found that mine looses it's memory due to a dead battery. I have to connect it to a pc, format the player just like you would format a usb thumb drive. When you power it back on, it will flash the memory and rebuild the play list. Sometimes, it will loose my music, but all I have to do is load them back out to the player. It's kinda a hassel, but I don't care because I change the songs on it on a regular basis anyway.
The real issue here is Digital Rights Management (DRM).
Most purchased MP3/WMA/AAC songs are protected by a DRM license.
The only players that can play it are those 1) capable of handling the type of DRM and 2) registered with the correct DRM license.
That's why I only buy music through Amazon.com, because the music is not DRM protected, and you can just copy it to your USB thumb drive or any player you own. I do this all the time with a Pioneer car receiver that has USB capability. Works fine.
From reading the manual on your deck, you do not have an Auxilliary input for something like a MP3 player. now if you want to hear your MP3 player on the Deck , you will need to get you a Fm transmitter with auxilliary input. I think they have those at Best Buy. Thats where you hook your MP3 head phone output to the AUXilliary input on the FM transmitter. You would have to tune your Tuner on the deck to the frequency of the Transmitter. Coolest thing to do with your Deck is to download all the songs you love in MP3 format on your computer, and burn about 150 to 250 of those songs on one CDR. Then play that in your deck.