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Old RCA Lyra RD1080 - How to Convert files .mpy to play on iPod

How do I convert my .mpy files to play on my new Ipod? Can can seem to file any instruction. I've downloaded a converter but it doesn't recongized the mpy files to convert.

Any free software?

Help is needed.

Thanks
for your help

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  • kentwa Nov 18, 2007

    Let me re-word this sentence -



    I can't seem to find any instructions on the how to convert the file.



    Thanks

  • djdjdjdjdjdj Dec 19, 2007

    I want to converty mpy to mp3 and can't find software to do it

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Simply put you cant you can convert to mpy using musicmatch jukebox to your player but thats all sorry

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