Question about The Audio Players & Recorders
This can depend on the 'head' of the stereo equipment. Chances are if the head has a usb input then it can run the music files in mp3 format. A quick check on the manufacturer's website will give you more information.
-Assuming it can run mp3, use a file browser to locate the music files on your computer
-Plug in and verify the computer recognizes the usb device "sandisc" (it will pop up with a name like F: drive, unless previously assigned a nickname)
-Copy and paste the files by highlighting them, right click and select copy from the context menu
-Open the usb device and right click, select paste to copy the files over to the usb
-Once the computer is finished, you can right click the usb device and select 'safely remove' or 'eject'
-Plug that puppy into your car and enjoy!
Posted on Aug 10, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: file error
What's the music format of the songs that you placed on your mp3 player? Some MP3 Players only capable of playing song files with .mp3 extension and are incapable of playing other music format like wav, wma, etc. Check also the contents of the player for corrupted files and foreign files. Some viruses from a computer could affect the performance of your mp3 player.
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
SOURCE: I recently recieved a Hip
I have... had the same issue. You have to go to "set up", then "system tools", then "reset", then "yes"... next time fork out the few extra bucks and buy a better product.
Hope it works for yours too.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
SOURCE: I HAVE AN EMERSON MP3
I have an Emerson 2gb MP3 player model EMP 312-2, not sure if this info is for you or not. Make sure you are in the MUSIC MODE, when you use the menu button to go from music mode, voice mode, settings etc. you must push menu button again when the mode you want is hi-lited. I had a similar problem. Files were loaded (my music is on my harddrive already so I just copy to mp3 player) but when I turned player on it said no files. AHA, I finally realized I had somehow got into the voice mode and I did not have any voice files, so it said no files. I then went to Folder Mode and it only said micin.dir and it was empty, THAT WAS BECAUSE I WAS IN VOICE MODE, when I switched to music mode, they were all there. I know this sounds very rudimentary, but I am pretty computer literate and had no idea how I switched to voice mode. Before I figured this out for myself I called Emerson customer service, they said it was bad firmware and send it back. If someone there had walked me through what I just told you it would have saved me a lot of time. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
The following may help:
- Ensure that your Music files are of the correct format (usually .MP3 or .WMA suffix and usually NOT .WAV which is the standard CD format). - Ensure that you upload your music .MP3 or .WMA files to the correct directory and names are not excessively long as some MP3 will limit the max name length. If you know a working song on your MP3, locate the directory it resides in and put your songs there. - Lastly, if you have put your song with the correct naming convention/suffix and you now see them in your player list but they will not play, then your MP3/WMA file has non-compatible 'property' whcih is usually the encoding 'bit rate' (usually anything under 128mbps fix rate is good but you can see what is acceptable by looking at the 'properties' of your working songs that are on your MP3 player)
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
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