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Hitachi Hi fi module ax-m140

I have figured out how to download songs from albums to the hard drive and then from the hard drive to the mp3 player, my problem is, we have to play the whole song whilst listenin to it in order to download it to the hard drive, I want to know is there a quicker way to download to the hard drive without listen and playing it song by song, as this is a very long process.

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Use a computer to rip your CD's Then copy them to a memory stick. Then you can plug the memory stick in and copy the files to the hard drive that way. Each files takes about 5-10 seconds. Hope that helps

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