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Song sounds great on computer not on mp3 player

Download certain songs they sound great on computer, when i put it on the mp3 player the quality is poor

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That's typical for this mp3 player - probably sounds tinny - nothing you can do about it

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My mp3 player holds 600 songs but i am unable 2 get all my songs on the player it only allow about 300 songs why is that


Good day,

If they say 600 songs that is normally just an estimate of the amount of songs you can store on your mp3 player if all the songs are a certain quality, say 128kbps.
The better the quality of your songs the bigger their size becomes. Where a 128kbps song is normally 3MB a 320kbps may be up to 6/8MB.

What it comes down to is the size of the songs. The smaller the size the more songs you can put on your mp3 player. When the songs are bigger you will not be able to put on as much as proclaimed.

Hope this clarifies it a bit!
Please let me know if this information was helpful!

Kind regards

Dec 07, 2010 | MP3 & Digital Media Players

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I HAVE DOWNLOWDED SONGS BUT A LOT OF SONGS WONT COPY TO MP3


Okay, fist, you need to make sure the player is good (boots up, goes to menu, etc.). next, you need to put all of the songs into media player, then SYNCH them to the player. If you can't do that, try putting all of the songs into a folder called "music" and then put them into a subfolder called "albums." it should work shortly afterwards.

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Poor sound quality.I downloaded mp3 songs on internal memory and it sounds terrible.the usb cable is 6ft long.is that the problem?


It maybe that you downloaded poor quality mp3's, which is why they sound poor. Also, check the headphones - try using a different pair and check the difference. Although, it is MOST likely to be that the mp3's downloaded are of LOW QUALITY. The usb cable does not influence the quality of the sound at all. HOPE THIS HELPS!! :)

Jul 27, 2009 | RCA Lyra RD1071 MP3 Player

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Limited downloads on mp3 player


Probably because your songs are at a very high bitrate eg. 320 (CD quality) as opposed to 128 (average quality). Songs at a higher bitrate take up more space. So the Zen Stone can hold 250 songs at a bitrate of 128 but only, say, 150 at a bitrate of 320. Your solution would be to use http://www.dors.de/razorlame/index.php to decrease the quality of your mp3 & make the file size smaller.

Dec 17, 2008 | Creative Labs ZEN Stone MP3 Player

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Snoy NW-E105


Hey.
Well first, some of the songs that you put in, well...Sony Co. cannot transfer directly, so you would have to use their Sonicstage program, aka the converting button.
Like most Sony mp3 players, you need to use Sonicstage to put songs in the mp3 player.

For the Sony NW-E405, simply go to the Transfer menu at the top right of the program, (along where the My Library button is) and select the song. In the middle of the screen should be arrows along with a suitcase looking button. Click the luggage button and a screen should pop out. It should have two choices, a Standard Transfer Mode and a Specified bit rate transfer mode. Click the Specified one and select either the 105kbps (ATRAC 3) or the 132kbps (ATRAC 3) for great sound quality and small memory usage. The others are too big or too bad for sound quality. It should now work.

Now the mp3 player should be able to read it, since it is now in ATRAC 3 version, not the mp3 version.

Hopefully this solution helped.
Have a nice day!

Nov 27, 2007 | Sony Network Walkman NW-E005 MP3 Player

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Sony NW-A605


Hi Neo Miguel,
Well first, some of the songs that you put in, well...Sony Co. (Sonicstage) cannot transfer directly, so you would have to use their Sonicstage program, aka the converting button.
Like most Sony mp3 players, you need to use Sonicstage to put songs in the mp3 player.

For the Sony NW-E405 (or the NW-A605), simply go to the Transfer menu at the top right of the program, (along where the My Library button is) and select the song. In the middle of the screen should be arrows along with a suitcase looking button. Click the luggage button and a screen should pop out. It should have two choices, a Standard Transfer Mode and a Specified bit rate transfer mode. Click the Specified one and select either the 105kbps (ATRAC 3) or the 132kbps (ATRAC 3) for great sound quality and small memory usage. The others are too big or too bad for sound quality. It should now work.

Now the mp3 player should be able to read it, since it is now in ATRAC 3 version, not the mp3 version.

Hopefully this solution helped.
Have a nice day!

Nov 07, 2007 | Sony NW-E405 MP3 Player

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Format error


Hey.
Well first, some of the songs that you put in, well...Sony Co. cannot transfer directly, so you would have to use their Sonicstage program, aka the converting button.
Like most Sony mp3 players, you need to use Sonicstage to put songs in the mp3 player.

For the Sony NW-E405, simply go to the Transfer menu at the top right of the program, (along where the My Library button is) and select the song. In the middle of the screen should be arrows along with a suitcase looking button. Click the luggage button and a screen should pop out. It should have two choices, a Standard Transfer Mode and a Specified bit rate transfer mode. Click the Specified one and select either the 105kbps (ATRAC 3) or the 132kbps (ATRAC 3) for great sound quality and small memory usage. The others are too big or too bad for sound quality. It should now work.

Now the mp3 player should be able to read it, since it is now in ATRAC 3 version, not the mp3 version.

For the songs with no data, the songs are unquestionably banned from the Sonicstage program either because of illegal data in the mp3 songs or the corruption of the data itself. It happened to me quite a lot.
You could try converting it like the top section...some of those songs worked.

Hopefully this solution helped.
Have a nice day!

Nov 05, 2007 | Sony NW-E405 MP3 Player

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Ringing sound when playing music


Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off, hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard.

Jun 22, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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Playing songs at certain volume


Several things can effect the quality of your files. 1. Check your headphones by comparing them with others. 2. The file quality may be too low, you can test that by getting a higher quality MP3 file and comparing the two. 3. If you are creating the MP3 files yourself, be sure to watch the sound recording level. Allowing it to stay in the red can produce distortion while recording ay too low of a level can result in low voulume as well as possible distortions. If none of these correct the issue, you may need to replace the player.

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