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Sample rate error

I get an error stating that "your device does not support the sampling rate of this file." Is there a way to fix this????
Thanks a ton for any help!

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If the file is a non-DRM encrypted WMA file, you can certianly change this. My personal favorite program (free) to use is Media Monkey, but you can use any program. You just convert the file format, and it will give you "Sampling Rate" as an option. You can change the sampling rate to one that is accepted by your mp3 player.

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What format that philips gogear 4gb use


For audio:

MP3 (8-320kbps and VBR; Sample rates: 8, 11.025, 16, 22.050, 24, 32, 44.1, 48kHz)
WMA (32-192kbps; Sample rates: 8, 11.025, 16, 22.050, 24, 32, 44.1, 48kHz)

For video:
WMV (30fps, 512kbps; 320 x 240 pixels)

Hope this helps.

Feb 01, 2011 | Philips GOGEAR SA6045 MP3 Player

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WHEN I DOWN LOAD FILES TO MUSIC IT SAYS IT CANT SUPPORT THE FILE I HAVE HAD PROBLIMS WITH THIS UNIT SINCE I GOT IT.


go to your user manual. The format that the songs are in may not be supported. for example: if your player is a mp3 play the song have to be mp3 formate. it wont play WAV or AAC/MP4. looking at your manual found online here

http://www.p4c.philips.com/files/s/sa5285_37/sa5285_37_pss_aen.pdf


Compression format: MP3, WMA, AAC
•ID3 Tag support: Album title and artist name
•MP3 bit rates: 8-320 kbps and VBR
•WMA bit rates: 5-192 kbps VBR
•WMA sample rates: 8, 11.025, 16, 22.050, 32, 44.1, 48 kHz
•MP3 sample rates: 16, 32, 44.1, 48, 11.025, 22.050, 24, 8 kHz
•Digital Rights Management: Windows Media DRM for Portable Devices, Supports download & subscription music services

these are the formates supported. also make sure the music is in the proper folder

Feb 24, 2010 | Philips GoGear SA5285/37 Digital Media...

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I got my GC-1020 by itself, i have windows media player and it donloads the music but it wont let me put videos on it.


well...there isent much that you can do about well im going to go threw a couple of things becuase im not exactly sure what your talking about... this issue may depend on how many gigabytes (GB) it has videos are usually alot of memory... if you are trying to rip movies on to windows media player you have to rip them than go to your library to see if it worked than go to sync on the top andclick on it hihg light the thing you want to sync then press sync.. down here i have found a little tip that might help...


(The Player can sync most audio and video files, and pictures in .jpg format that are stored on your computer. Not all devices support all file types, however, so you should refer to the documentation that comes with your device for information about the file types it supports. Note that you can't sync streamed files.)

if none of this has helped you which i hope it has.. go under the button sync at the top click on the options ans press help with sync..

hope that helps. :)

Mar 04, 2009 | Sears GC-1020 MP3 Player

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Philips GoGear 8GB MP3 Files & Unprotected Files Not Supported


The mp3 files could be in the wrong bit rate or sampling rate. Use a free software, such as Media Monkey, to downgrade the mp3's to one of these formats:
•MP3 bit rates: 8-320 kbps and VBR
•MP3 sample rates: 8, 11.025, 16, 22.050, 24, 32, 44.1, 48 kHz

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Feb 04, 2009 | Philips GOGEAR SA6045 MP3 Player

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Converting Files from CDs?


The bit rate and sampling rate that you set for the mp3 format was possibly wrong. Since the 4GB player obviously isn't an HDD6330, I can't tell you what those rates are, but they are on the spec sheet that came with the player in tiny writing (or in the back of the manual sometimes - 50/50 with Philips). Go back into the Rip options in Windows Media Player and set the bit rate to 128. Once ripped, select the Properties for one of the song and find out the sampling rate. If the sampling rate is wrong, you can use a free program called Media Monkey to convert them to the right rate.

Another possibility: the songs that you initially converted were in CDA format. When you went to resync the songs that had been changed to mp3 format, the Philips read them as "already on the player" and ignored the format changes. Delete all the songs off the Philips and resync the songs that are in mp3 format. Good luck!

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Jan 03, 2009 | Philips GoGear HDD6330 MP3 Player

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Freezing up....


Make sure the mp3 files that you are adding are definitely in Mp3 format, rather than AAC, CDA or WMA. If they are mp3, then check the sampling rate - try cutting the sampling rate in half through Windows Media Player. Also, if you obtained the songs through Limewire, delete all songs from the device, clear out the "Comments" line using the "Advanced Tag Editor" function in Windows Media Player, and then reload them.

Good luck!

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Sep 25, 2008 | RCA TH1500 MP3 Player

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Sampling rate...


If the file is a non-DRM encrypted WMA file, you can certianly change this. My personal favorite program (free) to use is Media Monkey, but you can use any program. You just convert the file format, and it will give you "Sampling Rate" as an option. You can change the sampling rate to one that is accepted by your mp3 player.

Jun 09, 2008 | Sirius STILETTO 100 MP3 Player

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Sampling rate


If the file is a non-DRM encrypted WMA file, you can certianly change this. My personal favorite program (free) to use is Media Monkey, but you can use any program. You just convert the file format, and it will give you "Sampling Rate" as an option. You can change the sampling rate to one that is accepted by your mp3 player.

Jun 09, 2008 | Sirius STILETTO 100 MP3 Player

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Sandisk sansa m240


Most of the specifications for WMA is based on 64 KPS sample rate and average 4 minutes per song. This is purely marketing garbage as I don't know of many people who listen to 64kps MP3s or WMA's. WMA's you download from Napster, rip from CD, or get from a subscription services are typically 192 KPS which is three times as large. Lowering your sample rate can make your music files smaller, but at a loss of audio quality. The lower the sample rate, the more compression fragments you will have. So it's a trade off between quality vs. quantity.

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Joybee 130 supports MP3 files in bit rates 8~320 kbps (sample rate 8~48 Khz); mybe this is the problem...

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