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The 5500 doesn't recognize the files on my ipod, which are mainly cd's impoted to itunes, so i converted all the files to MP3 but it still isn't recognizing the files. what do i do?

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Actually there are 2 possible solutions to your problem. When you plug in your Ipod or USB drive into the Denon HS5500 the machine will put a file on the drive called "Denon_DJ". This file needs to be deleted each time you add new mp3's to your ipod or usb device or your new files wont be shown.
The second has to do with what type of mp3 you are using and what sample rate it was created with.
For instance I record music with my computer and keyboards. I like to record in 96KHZ because it sounds so much nicer than 44.1k. Well the Denon wont read anything created with a sample rate higher than 44.1K . I downloaded a song from a DJ friend that was recorded in 48KHZ and made into a 196k MP3 file. The Denon wouldn't play it because it is not 44.1. Check your manual or check online.. the Denon reads 44.1k 320kbs and lower files only.. (Bad Denon)
You may also want to avoid what are called Variable Bit Rate files. Most files you download online are ripped at a variable bit rate. The Denon will play variable bit rate Mp3's .. But you will not be able to save cue points or save memos to the system. I found this out the hard way. So. I took all the files I had created that were VBR and put them into Audacity with the Lame MP3 plugin and set the bitrate to 320kbs and now I can save memos.. But everytime I put the USB flash drive into my pc and put new songs on I have to delete the Denon_DJ folder.. Its sad too because thats where the HS5500 stores it's playlist files... :( Bad Denon. They should have asked me to write the software.. xD
I hope that helped you..

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