Downloaded music sounds like its being played in a cave
I have tried downlosding music from Napster directly to my Fuze and the playback sounds like the singer is singing in a cave. So I tried downloading to my computer THAN to my Fuze and get the same results. Can anyone help?
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Move all the files to the windows media player. So the songs are listed in the media player. Then connect the device and use the sync option in the media player. There may also be a sync option in napster but I think the windows media player would work better.
I also use Napster. Unfortunately with the music being on the memory
card and not on the device itself, Napster detects this and will not
play music from the memory card.
There are two things you can do to resolve this, the first one won't
cost you anything. Move non-Napster music files to the memory card,
leaving only Napster music on the device itself. As a Napster-To-Go
device, you'll be able to play and sync without issues. The second is
to purchase the tracks from Napster that you want on the memory card.
Once you do this, you can play them in any compatible media - not just
the Zen device.
I went back to my Napster account and downloaded the music to a cd. I then downloaded the cd to my Samsung Media player and deleted the locked music. Now everything plays. I also discovered that some of my own CDs had locked when I transferred the music to my new computer so I just reloaded them on my computer and deleted the locked cds.
first you must format the player using msc mode then after that retransfer the songs to the player. If you are receiving this message it means that the songs on the player have expired. This is normal if you download the songs off rhapsody, napster or any online music stores and if you have ripped songs iwht copy protect music on it if you ripped them using windows media player 10.
I treat my Sansa like a disk drive and simply transfer the files from my hard drive to the Sansa via Explorer. The tracks purchased from Napster can be downloaded to your hard drive. Then I exit Napster and use Windows Explorer to simply transfer the data. Works great for me for the past month!
Well to purchase the rights for the song you can (and should !!) use Napster. Its completely legal, the software is free. You can choose to pay per month for a thing called napster to go. You can have that cause your mp3 player is comatible with that special. its 15 $ a month, you get unlimited downloads to your mp3 player! and all legally. Or you have the option to buy songs or albums for 1,19$ the song or about 9,99$ the album. And the selection of artist is huge. go to www.napster.com for usa, and www.napster.ca for canada.