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The Software used to transfer the songs to the Net MD Walkman is OpenMG Jukebox Software.
Before installing the Software, click here to download the Device Driver for connecting to the Computer.
Once the Device Driver is installed, download and install the SonicStage CP Software by clicking here.
After installing the SonicStage CP Software, install the SonicStage Security update.
These Software will help you in transferring the songs from the Computer to the NetMD Walkman Player and vice versa.
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You can't do this digitally, it's a fundamental hardware restriction in
the the NetMD specification and is to prevent music piracy.
Unfortunately it also catches anyone who has used the machine to record
The only way that you can transfer the
music is via an analogue audio patch lead. You can improve the quality of the analogue output though by setting the headphone output to line output. The MZ-N707 lacks this as standard but the circuitry is present and can be accessed by rebooting the machine as an MZ-N910 (see below).
that there is no way around this restriction: all NetMD
players/recorders completely lack the hardware needed to make digital
uploads to other devices so there is no hack or firmware mod to
overcome this issue.
The later (and far more expensive) HiMD
machines do not have this restriction but you still cannot use them to
upload material recorded on a regular MD to other devices. They will
only upload from a HiMD.
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you'd like to see how to acquire all the features of the MZ-N910
on an MZ-N707 (except for the selectable microphone sensitivity option) then visit
Ive used minidiscs for a long time an really worked for a minidisc computer solution. However Sony really commited suicide as far as limiting the format to non-computer usage. They've dont this on purpose, and its really led to flash players domination.
As far as a solution.. The only viable possibility is to get a usb sound card with an optical in. They can easily be found for $20. Then you can get flawless transfer from MD to PC. Only downside is that its limited to real time recording. But thats the best that is available for the time being outside the Sony software itself.