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Emailing an MP3 file and hearing it

Hello, I am trying to record an audio recording ( using apple macromedia attachment for ipod), then send it to be uploaded to my website. So, i record the audio, save it on the ipod, connect it to my pc, it appears in itunes as a wav file. Then it switch it to MP3 format and drag and drop it onto my desktop. I can listen to it and it sounds great. I email it to my IT guy and he can't hear anything. I send it to a friend and he can't hear anything. I send it to myself and I only hear the first couple of words and it cuts out - despite playing for the full 12 seconds that was the entire original recording. Do you have any idea what I can do to solve this? Much appreciated Emmanuella

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Re: Emailing an MP3 file and hearing it

Try uploading the song to it will give you and any else you want a download link

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How to record music from the computer with a SA2325 MP3 Player. Send me the steps to follow. Thanks

Overview of online support for SA2325/02 ( GB ):

Link to the user manual:

Music files MP3 or WMA
Music transfer can be made seeing the player as a USB mass storage device in Windows Explorer, exploring the drives on "my computer": the player should show up as a drive letter with about 2 GB of memory.

The files must have the format and extension as shown on page 17 of the manual:
• Compression format: MP3 / mp3 (8-320 kbps
and VBR; Sample rate: 8, 11.025, 16,
22.050, 24, 32, 44.1, 48kHz),
WMA / wma (64-320kbps)
• ID3-tag support: Song title and artist name

Transferring songs from the computer to the player
After exploring the appropriate music files on the computer, the songs can be dragged and dropped to the memory of the player: read the blue
tips on page 11 of the manual.

Always disconnect the player safely after transfers, see point 3.4.1 of the manual on page 11.


Audio CD converting to mp3 / wma format: RIPPING
When wanting to convert audio CD's to files that can be played on the player, you could use Windows Media Player 11 or MusicMatch Jukebox using the RIP utility.

  • For WMP 11: update your Windows operating system.
  • When using XP MusicMatch Jukebox 10 can be downloaded from next site:
Right click on the download file under Soft32 Mirrors and select "Save target as..." Rember the download location for executing the file later, having the MusicMatch Jukebox installed.

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Oct 17, 2009 | Philips SA2325 (2 GB) MP3 Player

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Just deleted 20 hours from my iPod, still receiving message full

I'm not a big ipod fan, but look at them from time to time for friends and clients. I think once you delete the files, you also need to delete the play list of which the files are associated with, they also hold the database intact.

Trust that helps.

Aug 17, 2009 | Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player

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How to put music on the player, wont connect to computer some reason

first of all, it depends on what mp3 player it is. but there is an obvious first step to ANY of them.
1) do you have it connected to the computer via usb?

Now that we are past the obvious, Here are a couple various solutions based on type of mp3 player it could be:

1) Download Itunes from
2) Install Itunes onto your computer.
3) Once it is installed, connect your Ipod to the computer, and it should register in itunes. Here, you can click on it, and go to your music.
4) Open a separate window with your music folder, and drag files from that window, to the Music area of Itunes. This is easy.
5) when you have all the music you want on your Ipod in the music list, press "synch". It will all go onto your ipod. and

Voila! you have music!!

1) forget rhapsody. its ****, ignore it, ditch it, it will charge you, and you cant even make playlists with it!!!
2) Open Windows Media Player
3) Open your music folder in a separate window
4) Drag and drop songs you want into a windows media player playlist.
5) Synch playlist to sansa.


1) Still forget about rhapsody, it sucks.
2) Go to My Computer
3) Click on Removable Storage device (you should already have it plugged in at this point. the removable storage is said mp3 player)
4) Open a separate window with your music in it.
5) Drag and drop music files from your music folder into the removable storage disk. you wont be able to make playlists this way, but its easier.

Now almost any other mp3 player would work with one of these methods, possibly only with deviance in which program you will use. I hope this was of use to you.

Apr 27, 2009 | MP3 & Digital Media Players

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Ipod 30 gb

hello how r u i can hear any audio sound from my ipod wat shaou i doo so give me sone solution

Aug 07, 2008 | Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player

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Regarding record voice through ipod

You can record, but you need to get a special attachment. One is available here:

Apr 04, 2008 | Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player

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Downloading from computer to Apple iPod Nano 2GB MP3

put click add files then use update button to update songs to ipod

Apr 03, 2008 | Apple iPod nano

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MP3 player -4Gb- memory loss and reduced to 108mb.

Oct 17, 2007 | Apple iPod nano

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