Question about Philips GOGEAR SA6045 MP3 Player
WHY CAN IT SUPPORT WMA FILES I THOUGHT WAS DOWNLOADABLE.
The problem may have been caused by how some options in the ripping software were set.
The WMA file may be protected by Digital Rights Management (DRM).
Always rip the WMA files without DRM protection.
The constant bit rate (CBR) parameter for the WMA file may be too high.
Get the file from another source, or re-create the WMA file with CBR (constant bit rate) up to 192 kbps.
The WMA file is created in a lossless format.
Avoid creating WMA files with the lossless format.
The WMA file may be encoded with WMA 9.2 or later (such as WMA 10.0 Professional).
Make sure the WMA files are encoded with WMA 9.0 or earlier.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hi Avis Edwards...
Your MP3 player requires the following:
Music requires.....MP3 (8kbps ~ 320kbps), or
.WMA (5kbps ~ 384kbps)
for music at Constant Bit Rate
For a user manual for your Mp3 player and a FREE video/music converter download it at the following link..(The converter is inside of the download)
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