Question about Blaupunkt Brisbane SD48 Car CD/ MP3 Player
Possible that the format you have recorded is not accepted by the player's specification. I would recommend that you re-reccord the files with MP3 compression that is accepted. Use another software - nero- should be fine. If this wont work but your audio files play Ok then it could be a fault within the audio processing section. Hope your get this right. Good day
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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