I have only bought my player today so can´t say that this will resolve your issue for certain:- You could try reinstalling the firmware on the player. My player came with a cd and some tools for firmware upgrade, inc a copy of the firmware.
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The recording from radio that did not want to work in iTunes was made in WAV format. To solve the problem I went to settings and changed recording format to MP3. When I recorded in MP3 format from the radio with my JNC SSFM2 series MP4 player and copied it into iTunes on my computer, iTunes played it without a problem.
Apparently WAV format is used on PC and MP3 is used on Apple Mac.
make sure that the actual file is saved on to your jvc first of all , so it can be transferred , because like some camcorders you have to finalize the video before it can be used on another equipment , then if that does not work , just download audacity or any mac recorder for free of the web and play the fm radio live via av leads in to your mac and record it live coming from your jvc make sure you save it as an acc( cd quality ) file for best quality or mp3
Hi, I´ve got this JNC SSF-M9 MP3 Player 20GB since years, but now I
lost my AC Adaptor. The Its a Toshiba Harddisk inside 1.8" MK2004GAL
500mA, 3.3C and the accu is 3.7V with 1300mA. So does anybody know,
which Adapter (voltage and current) Ineed for this? Please help...
Go to jnc website and check their mp4 section (or better yet call JNC) - www.jnc-digital.com; they definitely have mp3 players that rae compat, but you will need to check the manuals for their mp4's to be sure - calling is usually quicker