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Get 3 fast audio beeps when usb data transfer cable is plugged into MP3 reorder

Model CUbig CVR-H130 one end of cable is special connector for the digital recorder and the other end is a USB male connector.
I plug the USB into the PC computer and then I plug the other end into the CUbig MP3 USB HArd Drive and I get 3 short beeps. WHen unpluging I get the usual high-low tone disconnect.
When the DVR-Explorer software is lauched it says it can't find the USB device.
With this problem I am unable to upload voice files to the PC.
ANy Ideas?

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Hi, i would like to know if recordings can be downloaded from the Coby CXR190-1G to the computer.

Yes, absolutely!

I'm guessing you don't have the CX-R190 software that's compatible with your OS version.
No problem.

I use a patch cable between the AUDIO IN on my PC and the EAR on the recorder.

Since the ouput of the recorder is monoaural, all you need is a mono (2 wire) lenght of cable with a standard 3.5mm plug at each end. I made one myself, but I guess Radio Shack may have something like this:


If they don't have it, then a STEREO cable (3 wires) will work just fine.
Like this one:


To record the sound you can use any audio recorder.
I use Audacity. It's a freebie and pretty straightforward to use.

After you've plugged it all in, all you need to do is start Audacity and then start to playback the files from your recorder.
When they are on your computer, you can copy, cut, paste, add special effects, and later convert them to MP3 or whatever.

Good luck.

Jun 28, 2011 | Coby CX-R190 Digital Voice Recorder

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When I plug in my rca vr5220-a to the usb port on my mac it no longer recognizes the drive.

Your best bet is to play the recordings through the headphone connector to a pc audio line-in connector and capture the audio using something like Audacity. Then output them using audacity to mp3 to play on your mp3 player. I suspect that a similar program is available for mac also.

These VR5220 units are notorious for their failing USB feature.

Mar 10, 2011 | RCA VR5220 Digital Voice Recorder

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I plug my RCA DVR 5220-A into the USB port of my PC, with Windows 7, and nothing happens. The software worked before but now does not. It is installed and shows in the program list. What can I do to get...

Your best bet is to play the recordings through the headphone connector to a pc audio line-in connector and capture the audio using something like Audacity. Then output them using audacity to mp3 to play on your mp3 player.

These units are notorious for their failing USB feature.

I have one unit that works on Windows 7 but it would not install the links to the software correctly. I had to go into the shortcut and modify it to the correct path manually. The USB on the other unit became unreliable exhibiting a number of symptoms but then quit working entirely for linking to the pc.

Mar 09, 2011 | RCA VR5220 Digital Voice Recorder

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It says wait while trying to view recordings through voice manager, but it's never done waiting. Also the f drive states the device is not ready

Your best bet is to play the recordings through the headphone connector to a pc audio line-in connector and capture the audio using something like Audacity. Then output them using audacity to mp3 to play on your mp3 player.

These units are notorious for their failing USB feature.

Mar 05, 2011 | RCA VR5220 Digital Voice Recorder

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How do I transfer the data from digital voice recorder VN-4100PC to my PC. Thanks Elishka

check to see if the unit has a usb link cable if not you will need a cable with a plug on both ends similar to the one that a headphone has, plug this from the output on the recorder to the input on the computer (usually pink in color)and then use your favorite media software (too many to list) Good Luck!

Feb 08, 2011 | Olympus VN-4100PC Digital Voice Recorder

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Hello, My M-Audio microtrack 24/96 battery runs out so fast. What do I do? Is it time to change it? Is getting a new battery expensive? Do I not charge it long enough? I let it charge for at least 4 hours...

Similar problem to mine, and until I get my question answered, I can only propose a temporary solution.

Get a USB cable that fits the bottom small USB socket on your M-Audio Microtrack, but with a standard USB plug on the other end. Such a cable should have come with your Microtrack to begin with.

Replacement cables can be found at Best Buy, Radio Shack or most electronics stores or department stores. If the original cable is broken, please save it for reference to make sure you are getting the exact same type connectors when getting your replacement.

As I learned the hard way, not all small USB connectors are the same size, but APPEAR the same.

So, what are you connecting on the standard USB end?

A battery.

That's right, a rechargeable battery that features a power-only 5 volt USB receptacle. This will function as your A/C power adaptor does, only on the go.

The external rechargeable battery I use is a Black and Decker "Power to Go" unit that measures approx. 5 1/2"L X 3"W X 1" D.
It has both a low-draw two-prong AC (yes, it has an inverter and I never use it) and the desired 5V USB receptacle. You may find a better solution WITHOUT that A/C inverter. Just ask around for a rechargeable NmHh (better than NiCad) battery with a standard USB receptacle.

If the Microtrack's power is off when it is connected to the 5V power source (be it A/C power adaptor OR my proposed external battery), it will go into charge mode. With a fair amount of charge, remove the external power, and it boots up into operation. Then, re-connect the external power and your Microtrack is running and recording for a considerable longer time, depending on the charge and condition of your external battery.

Now, if one observes the LCD screen while running off of external power, the upper right corner box indicating the internal battery's charge shows "CHG" instead of the black square (Full charge) or half of the box in the form of a triagle (half charge) or any variation thereof as normaly indicated.

Someone might say, "But I don't want to have to carry around all this extra stuff! I want my old battery life back!"

Well, that's precisely how I feel as well.

But until you get your original lithium ion battery replaced (and at what cost for parts and labor?), you have to ask yourself if being an original condition purist is serving your situation well, or if this proposed add-on can get you by in the meantime.

Take care.

May 18, 2010 | M-Audio MicroTrack 24/96

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How do I put the recording into my mac on an mp3 file?

The supplied Software with the IC Recorder is not compatible with the Macintosh Computer. Hence, it is not possible to transfer the recordings to the Computer using the USB Cable. However, you can connect the Headphone OUT of the IC Recorder to the LINE IN of the Computer. Then, use any Recording Software to capture the files.

Feb 05, 2010 | Sony ICDP620 Digital Voice Recorder

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Transfer datas from Denpa to computer

Might be able to help you out but need some more information...
1. What type of PC (IBM/Mac) do you have?
2. What OS (Windows 95/98/NT/ME/XP/Vista/Leopard/Linux etc.) are you operating on?
3. Do you have CD that shipped with unit and USB cable?
4. Does your computer 'see' the unit as a removable drive when connected?
5. What model Denpa is it?
I'll check back in a few days to see if you're still looking for a solution - have you successfully transferred files before?

Oct 10, 2007 | Denpa USB-24 Digital Voice Recorder

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USB not being recognised by pc

what can happen is that the voltage supplied to the usb port is not enough to power the recorder to transfer data, assuming you have tried other usb ports, and tried leaving other connected peripherals out connected to a usb port, it is always better to use a mains powered usb hub when connecting things like mp3 players and digital recorders as some motherboards, especially low powered units struggle with some peripherals.

Aug 10, 2007 | Olympus WS-100 Digital Voice Recorder

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