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Yes you can easily do this by many ways . Use your PC using the sound recorder to record . Now convert the same file to the format required for the player -MP3.
You can also use any players with recording facility or even your mobile phone- voice recorder- to do the job and transfer.
There is a free program called Media Monkey - it will convert WAV format to Mp3 (actually, it will convert any non-protected music file type - it's very dynamic). It may take a while to figure out how to do the first one, but it will get easier after that.
First, you have to plug the Thomson in to your computer, double-click "My Computer," and then double-click the icon of the Thomson. There should be a folder called "Voice or "REC". If it doesn't show up, select in the window: Tools --> Folder Options --> View --> select Show Hidden Files and folders. Now the right folder should show up. Then, drag the WAV recording to your desktop (or your "My Music" fodler - whichever works best for you), and the computer should make a copy of the WAV recording onto your computer.
Now open up Media Monkey and it should, after several minutes find all music files on your computer, including the WAV recording. Then right-click the WAV recording, and it should have an option to covnert the file type - convert to mp3, and you're done.
First, you will have to hook your Sansa to your computer. Then, you will need to double-click My Computer, double-click the icon or drive letter that corresponds to your Sansa, and then open the Voice folder. Find the recording that you want to back up and drag it to your desktop or other temporary location on your computer. Then you will most likely want to convert the recorded WAV file to mp3 format using Media Monkey or some other free conversion tool. Then use disc-burning software like Roxio or Nero to burn the converted file to CD. Have fun!
Sir, I solved the problem .Actually under the SOURCE title it was under the LINE IN.There were some more options like INT.MIKE, EXT.MIKE, OPTICAL. So i first tried under external mike by connecting to the EXT.mike and selected the source and by removing the external mike switched to Int. mike and changed the source. It automatically picked according to the source and played the recording and saved it in the file and later heard the lecture with the head phone and later converted in to a file in the laptop. Now it is working nicely. A really a good product to make use and it is very much user friendly. Thanks again. regards crsrinivasan
Depends on your exact model # - these instructions are for the 1100 series: rest is on p.14 of manual 1. To start voice recording, press M twice to access the Home menu. 2. Press or to highlight “Voice Recording". Then press to advance. 3. Press or to highlight “Record”. Then press to access voice recording mode. 4. Press when the display shows “Ready” to start voice recording. 5. Press to pause record. Press again to resume recording.
1. To start voice recording, press M twice to access the Home menu. 2. Press or to highlight “Voice Recording". Then press to advance. 3. Press or to highlight “Record”. Then press to access voice recording mode. 4. Press when the display shows “Ready” to start voice recording. 5. Press to pause record. Press again to resume recording.