Question about Mach Speed Trio DA-8033 MP3 Player
I am unable to hear my songs on my MP3. The battery is new, the volume is turned all the way up and the earphone jack is plugged in all the way.
I am able to hear the "demo" songs that were on there when I purchased it fine but I cannot hear my downloaded songs.
When I plug the MP3 into the USB port on my computer I am able to listen to my songs fine. I have a total of 105 songs downloaded on my MP3 and none of them play.
Are they .mp3's or .wma's? I haven't gotten .wma's to play, but .mp3's work fine.
You may also want to try creating a folder in the player that contains your music. Shouldn't matter, I know, but you know what that's worth.
Posted on May 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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