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i have the md-mt770 there are no usb drivers,all u do is connect cable to device"cd,mpr,dvd,computer audio out to the minidisc press record on md and press play on your device to play music. dont bother with asking sharp for help as they do not reply and i will NEVER EVER BUY SHARP PRODUCTS AGAIN AFTER THERE LACK OF SUPPORT TO CUSTOMERS.
using a mini plug for both laptop / mini player...plug into headphones on laptop and into line in mini......when ready press play on laptop while also pressing record on mini........note have your play list ready for continuous recording...(you can always edit later)
I don't think this is designated a "Net-MD" - is it? If so, by using the proprietary software (Sonic Stage), recordings can be transferred from the computer via USB to the MD unit - and back again.
You won't be able to "transfer" using a USB cable if the recordings didn't originate via Sonic stage. But you can record them in real time using Cool Edit, Adobe Audition or Audacity (free proggie!). This is the only way of transferring music from any non-USB equipped MD unit, or any MD unit that made the recordings with a mic or using line-in.
Ive used minidiscs for a long time an really worked for a minidisc computer solution. However Sony really commited suicide as far as limiting the format to non-computer usage. They've dont this on purpose, and its really led to flash players domination.
As far as a solution.. The only viable possibility is to get a usb sound card with an optical in. They can easily be found for $20. Then you can get flawless transfer from MD to PC. Only downside is that its limited to real time recording. But thats the best that is available for the time being outside the Sony software itself.
first you need a music recorder like Audacity.
dependent on what you have, CD or DVD drive.
then you going to need a CD or DVD recording software like Nero, Roxio
recode the music from the internet, then you need to input the file to either Nero. or Roxio, then you can record them to the media.