Question about MP3 & Digital Media Players
I found the problem, I believe. Check out page 80 of the user
manual. I formatted the unit and ever after it would not play mp3s,
even those I had previously used successfully. It no longer plays mp3s
after formatting. I have heard that the limitation is on mp3’s at lower
bitrates than 128k. Mine are all lectures at 56kbps. My solution is to
recode my lectures from 56k mp3 to 64k WMA and it works. I understand
that you can also recode to 128k mp3 but in my case this would make the
files much larger.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
SOURCE: Wharfedale SLM 01 MP3 Player
After having had problems with this piece of junk for 3 months now, it has finally died. It is going back to Argos asap. I would like a refund, but suspect I'll get a replacement offered. :o(
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
Ok so as was mentioned its a SDHC card. and a v1 player won't play it.
you have a "v1" is your firmware starts with 01.xx.xx.xxx etc
to fix this you can "rockbox" your e260 (www.rockbox.org)
it makes the player much much better imo as well as allow it to read 8 gb sd cards.
though i have to put it in my card reader to add files not sure why but my player does read and recognize the files so thats a plus.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
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