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You cannot - in theory, you could double-click My computer, double-click on the icon of the Sansa, double-click Voice folder, and drag the file to your desktop, but it will probably say access denied. You can transfer to, but you cannot transfer from.
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First try different headphones. If its still bad try the same MP3 files on another player, if its still bad its a problem with the way the files were recorded. If fine on other player, take batteries out of Proline for at least 3 minutes and try again. If still bad you can either replace it or get it repaired, its far cheaper to replace it. A used 2gb player is cheaper than a bus ticket.
How are you obtaining the music that you play on the Samsung C3010? If you're recording the songs yourself, it sounds like you are recording one channel out of phase with the other. This phasing "effect" is how vocal eliminators work. Try playing back music from another source and see if the vocals return.
As far as I know you cannot record music from your PC. You can however use recording software (like windows sound recorder) to record wave files (WMA) and upload these to your mp3 player. Most players have onboard converters to convert to mp3 whilst uploading. Or you can download mp3 files form the internet and upload to your player. If your player is not appearing in "My Computer" when connected to the USB port, you have a different set of problems which could require you to fromat the player to FAT32.
Hi So I had that same issue but then i found the solution while playing with it. if you connect your zen to the computer, open up my computer and find the zen icon. click on it and go until you find the "my recordings" folder. click the folder and you should see all your recordings. right click the one you want to copy and click "copy". then open a folder in your computer and click "paste" and it works!
you need to install the sonicstage prior from downloading mp3 songs because this will serve as your download manager. as soon as you connect your mp3 the sonic stage automatically detects your mp3 then you must follow the instruction that will proceed