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Your player is incapable of playing back an MP3 file. Your computer has no problem . Newer players can play back those files along with the more conventional WAV files. Older cd units cannot paly back those files.
Get a free mp3 to Wav file converter and then do the burn.
first you need to get the videos
eg. on youtube.com or google free music videos site.
use the u tube downloader program to do this.
use a converter such as switch,flv converter or media converter to convert your videos.
then place the converted files from the location you converted them to on your hard drive to the mp3 device.
phaseddl.com is a good site for programmes.
if you find a site that got good mp3 downloads you can choose your device as the destination foulder and you dont need to convert them.
The 788 can be used to play music from a SCSI attached CD-RW drive, but the record (and all other mixing functions) are disabled so you are not able to record the CD output onto a track using the SCSI attached drive.
Your options are:
1.) Rip tracks files from the CD onto you PC as wav files. You'll have rip (or later convert) those files to mono 16 or 24 bit wav files at 44.1kHz, use the old dos 8.3 naming convention for the filenames, and them burn them onto a CD-R or CD-RW as data files which can then be taken and imported into the 788.
2.) Play the CD through with an external CD player or stereo and route the output into an input on the 788. Assign the input to a track and record. Be careful to use a line level output, like an aux out (or try the CD player's outputs directly into the 788) if you are using a stereo. Avoid using a speaker output as the signal from a speaker output will be too strong and can damage the 788.
According to information provided by the manufacturer, the only file formats that this player is able to support are MP3 and WMA audio file formats. This unfortunately means that while you may be able to transfer WAV files to the unit's hard drive, it will not be able to play those music files.
Music CDs that are stamped by the factory have a format that Windows does not normally recognize, except thru Media player, or other aware programs.
That music format is CDA.
You need a CD ripper program to convert the CDA file to something Windows does recognize, like MP3 or WAV, then copy the files to your USB drive.
Programs that rip CD music to files are UltraISO, Media Player 10, Nero, etc..
Here's one link to using Media Player to rip your CDs.
This should get you started.
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