Question about Electronics - Others
I have downloaded a number of music files, which i am able to play on the computer. When I try putting them onto an mp3 player or memory card and playing back on a hi-fi, car audio system or the mp3 player, i am unable to do so. I am not sure whether this is due to them not being compressed in the correct format or file type. Additionally could it be the fact my hi-fi is a Logik branded one (as i have only purchased this as it was the only product that converted music from cassettes to mp3 files).
Are the files actually .mp3 format? There are a few different compressed formats available now and some mp3 players etc are not compatible with these formats.
Older players (and some current ones) for instance will not play .wma files which are Windows Media Audio files.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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