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Cant get my logik logcds100 boombox to play my mp3 player through the usb port. how should i set it up??

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XO Vision XD 103 USB Troubleshooting


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I want to know if and how I can delete songs from my MP3 player.


Hello,
Yes you can delete songs from your MP3 player -
  1. Plug the MP3 player into a USB port on your PC or laptop. Some MP3 plug right into the port and others require the supplied USB cord.
  2. Open the MP3 player up on your computer so you can see the songs.
  3. Right click on the songs you wish to delete
  4. Left click on "delete"
  5. When it cues you with "are you sure you want to delete xxx" you will left click on yes.
  6. You song is now permanently deleted.
Regards, Tony

Apr 19, 2011 | Audio & Video Receivers

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Rcd159a boom box PLL digital radio- plays all the old mp3 cd's with a write speed 16x & under but any newly burnt one with the high speed disks fail


That's not unusual. Slower burning speed results in a deeper burn which is easier for some players to read. Unlike commercial discs which are highly reflective, burned CDs don't bounce as much light back to the laser in the pickup. Too fast a writing speed when burning can make some discs unreadable. This is why some older players can't read burned CDs at all; they were never sensitive enough to begin with. It's always a good idea to keep the write speed low (16x or so) when making CDs that will be played back in a regular CD player or boom box.

This problem is more likely to occur as the CD pickup ages and the laser weakens. If higher-speed burned discs used to play and now are having problems, it's probably time to replace the boombox (or the pickup assembly if you're ambitious). If the higher-speed discs never played, the player just can't deal with them and you'll need to keep the write speed down when burning CDs.

Nov 21, 2010 | Audio & Video Receivers

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I have an old SHARP HK-9000 Multi-purpose Music syatem...we cant find speaker connectors on the rear. The speakers are detachable and dont have input jacks, just bare wires. Where do they connect??


The speaker wire is supposed to be connected to a mono right angle 1/8" male plug. It resembles the same plugs at the end of headphones used for all sorts of walkmans, cd players, mp3 players... But the plug on your speakers is mono so instead of there being two bands on the plug for stereo, you need the mono variety, the one with one band. They plug into two small female holes located on the bottom rear of the boombox. You might see some small black plastic clips along the bottom of the boombox held in place by one screw. These things are meant to keep the speaker wire from hanging out from the bottom of the boombox.

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I have a RCA RT 2770 receiver and the usb port does not detect any devices. It does have power as I have connected an IPod and it charges via the usb port. It just does not detect the mp3 player, IPod or...


look here
http://www.voxxsupport.com/images/manuals/RT2770/media/RT2770_UMEN.pdf

USB Device Playback Features
(Only support MP3/WMA file)
1. Press USB on front panel or remote control
to select USB mode.
2. Press to start playback or press to
pause playback.
3. Press to end playback.
4. Press CH+/- on the remote control or /
on the front panel to skip to the previous or
next file.
5. Press REPEAT on the remote control to select
repeat mode. (REPEAT ONE, REPEAT FOLDER,
REPEAT ALL, REPEAT OFF)
6. Press RANDOM on the remote control to
select random play mode. (RANDOM ON,
RANDOM OFF)
7. Press INTRO on the remote control to turn
on/off intro mode. The unit will play the first
ten seconds of each track on the USB device.
8. Press DISPLAY on the remote control to
select among mp3/WMA ID3 information,
elapsed time,current play Folder and Track
number and Play Mode.

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I want to connect a tiny mp3 player to one of those portable CD players with speakers (it's a cheap AWA brand) using the USB plug - but the portable won't recognise it. What am I doing wrong?


u can't connect those two because they use two different kind of digital frequencies. So don't try it! You may end up burning out One of the USB ports on the players

Aug 20, 2008 | Audio & Video Receivers

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I have a Hitachi AX-m133 hi fi. When i try to play songs from my 2nd generation ipod nano via the usb port the display just says reading... checking system then locks up.


Hi
I recently got one of these and had the same problems. These were solved as follows.

Firstly, for small devices such as USB sticks and MP3 players they must be formated as FAT32 otherwise they cant be read, NTFS does not appear to be supported.

Secondly, for portable hard drives they must be also formated to FAT32 they also need to be externaly powered. For my 2 1/2" lap top drive the power from the USB port on the machine was not enough to fire up the drive I had to use a Y cable plugged into a mains usb charger to boost the power it then worked fine. Also be a little patient as it will take a little while to read the drive, this will depend on the drive capacity but you should hear the drive ticking over as it does this

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Cd/mp3/usb player


Hi, try holding down the play button for a few seconds until "USB" shows up on the little display - my sons ipod nano works when I plug in the ipods usb lead.

Jan 11, 2008 | Audio & Video Receivers

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