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SOURCE: Alpine CDE-102 w/usb port: will not

Hello desoren,

The receiver may not be set to recognize MP3 files.

Press and hold "sound setup" until the unit enters setup mode. Rotate the volume knob to "play mode" and press "enter". Check that the setting is CD/MP3 (not CD/MA), or rotate the volume knob to change the setting to CD/MP3 and press enter again. Press and hold "sound setup" again until the unit exits sound setup.

If the files are still not recognized, I'd try using a different USB drive, a different computer to write the MP3's, and/or a different application to download or rip the original music content.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 23, 2009

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MAKE SURE THE USB DRIVE IS FORMATTED IN FAT 32 -------- MY GUESS IS IT CANNOT READ FROM THE USB STICK
MAY NEED TO TAKE THE STICK BACK TO YOUR COMPUTER AND RIGHT CLICK ON THE DRIVE TO CHECK THIS ......... IF IT PLAYS ON THE COMPUTER TRY A REFORMAT ...
SAVE YOUR MUSIC ON PC FIRST --- THEN REFORMAT USB DRIVE CHOOSING FAT FORMAT ---- REINSTALL MUSIC ..........

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Hello desoren,

The receiver may not be set to recognize MP3 files.

Press and hold "sound setup" until the unit enters setup mode. Rotate the volume knob to "play mode" and press "enter". Check that the setting is CD/MP3 (not CD/MA), or rotate the volume knob to change the setting to CD/MP3 and press enter again. Press and hold "sound setup" again until the unit exits sound setup.

If the files are still not recognized, I'd try using a different USB drive, a different computer to write the MP3's, and/or a different application to download or rip the original music content.

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