Question about Philips GoGear SA3245/37 Digital Media Player
File? MP3 is standard. I myself have changed a few audio books as well as radio shows (War of the Worlds by Orson Wells) to MP3 format for my player, and have had perfect results.
Get yourself a decent FREE audio converter from http://www.koyotesoft.com/indexEn.html
It's user-friendly. Just put your audio book (disc) into a drive, use the free audio converter to "rip" file(s) into a folder (while changing the format), and wait for it to finish.
Set it to save "output files" as MP3 at 128-kbs, in whatever folder you choose... this creates a sound and rate of playback that is equal in composition to a store-bought CD. Also, remember to create a seperate folder (or sub-folder) for each project. This keeps files you want saved on your pc orderly.
Place the file(s) onto your player in the manner suggested by it's manufacturer (usually drag & drop). Que it up on the playlist and enjoy!
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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