Question about Denpa mp-36 128MB Handheld Digital Voice Recorder
I have a Denpa MP-36 128. I have used the USB to download audio files I have recorded of phone calls to my computer. The files are listed as .HGL and I cannot find out how to play them on my computer.
Unless you have specific software to play the .hgl files (you could do an internet search for "hgl player"+"audio" to try and find a standalone .hgl player if you want to try this route) then you'll need the program Converter 1.4 that comes on the CD shipped with the product. This software is a program that decodes the compressed recording file (the .hgl) and converts it into a .wav file that can be played using most any PC media player; from there, you can listen to it or recode it as an .mp3 or whatever you want to do with it.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Dec 12, 2007
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