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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?

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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

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