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Can't change .wav files on Sanyo NVM-4370 GPS

I have a Sanyo NVM-4370 GPS unit. I have connected the unit to my pc trying to change the .wav files to say something else. I can replace the files with another .wav named exactly the same but when it comes time to use that particular file, the unit says nothing. Can you help me with this problem?

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Jack Tatro

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  • copper_to749 Feb 09, 2009

    Examnple, I replaced the .wav file that says "right turn" to a .wav file named exactly the same that says something diffrent. It did not work

  • copper_to749 Feb 11, 2009

    I checked all of that when I created the new wave files. I saved them in the exact same format as the originals.

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More than likely the file you saved is in a different format versus the original; for example, in 16-bit stereo (2 channel) format as opposed to 8-bit mono (1 channel). You'll have to find out what format the originals are in then save your modified files in the same format.

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Jack tell me more about your Prob. I might have a solution.

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