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Re: DOWNLOADED MUSIC ON PC
Sure you can. Download the songs in MP3 format (check here how to download music) and then double click the downloaded file. One of Bill's wonderful programs will open and play the song on the loudspeakers of your PC. I suppose you have connected some to the output jack of your soundcard. If you don't like the sound of your speakers, you can connect the PC to your stereo by using an adapter cable from audio jack 3.5 mm to 2xRCA.
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CDE,DVD, MUSIC YOU NAME IT, IT ALL refers back to the system playing it. You may be affected by the same principles covered below:
dvd player will only play movies for the COUNTRY in which you purchased it. There is no way to purchase a system or configure a system to play ALL MEDIA FOR ALL COUNTRIES. The country codes are specific and each country wants to prevent any other country from playing their dvds music, etc.
I have the same issue. To my knowledge there is no Mac support for the MCM530. We use the Aux and plug it in to the headphone jacks of our Mac (or PC). The sound quality is excellent and it will play anything your computer will play.
(Yes) What do you mean by transferred to computer? A stream (music play like a radio) a Download (a file saved to your computer) to record a stream to a audio cd recorder is easy. You need a cable with a 3.5m plug one end and 2 RCA plugs on the other end (red and white plug) Use the plug that looks like a headphone plug, plug that into the computer headphone or speakers and the others into your stereo red into the red hole and white into the white hole choose (AUX) now play the music from your pc you should hear it playing out from your stereo. Your all set. (have fun)
A download: A music file is stored on your computer. When you choose to download a file always remember what folder it is in! for a mp3 file you can use windows media player to burn cd. (must have a CD or DVD Burner installed in your computer to do this) if not don't fret just see above it will also work on downloaded music.
This is common with burned cd's they have trouble playing in different sets. Do prerecorder cd's play fine in your philips? If those are having trouble also you could improve it's playability possibly with a cleaning of the opu. Optical pick up.