Question about Samsung YP-K3 MP3 Player
I received this player for Christmas. I listen to books on CDs when jogging and wanted this player for that purpose. I haven't been able to do that though. It takes forever to download from CD to player and the files are so scrambled that it's a waste of time. There has to be a better way of doing this and the directions do not help. Anyone out there have a solution. Thanks.
What do you mean by scrambled? the amount of time it takes to rip a cd depends on your system /ram/read speed of your cd/dvd drive and also the quality you encode your files with. for voice only recordings a bitrate of 96-128kbps 22khz mono / 44khz stereo should be sufficient (you can play with these settings yourself) anything more than that is overkill. stick with formats supported by the player.. mp3/wma/ogg. files encoded in .m4a for example will need to be de-compressed and re-encoded a second time before being transferred. personally i use EAC to copy my music but there are loads of options out there.. mediaplayer, itunes, winamp etc all support rippings features of sorts. hope that helps
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
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