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Eclipse Audio... | Answered on Nov 02, 2018

I had the same problem. I think most files that itunes uses are in a .m4a format. The eclipse mp3 player will need all the music files in an .mp3 format. The eclipse actually has a "software" folder that includes the "replay converter" that will convert these files for you - or you can download any number of freeware that will convert the files as well. Once I converted those files, my eclipse played everything. Prior to that - even though I had synced everything with my Windows Media player, I was getting the "No Files" message. Good Luck!

Eclipse CLD2 MP3... | Answered on Oct 05, 2018

my problem is with a Eclipse 180 pro mp3 player. and it has been acting up

Eclipse Audio... | Answered on Oct 05, 2018

Try to hold volume up and play together while you are connecting it to the computer. If this doesn't help try another combination of keys.
Also you need to have your mp3 in usb mode.

Eclipse Audio... | Answered on Oct 02, 2018

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There you go :
  1. Connect the MP3 player to a working USB port.
  2. When the unit is connected to your computer, it will create a gray and green icon in the system tray (lower right hand corner of your desktop). The icon will be called safely remove hardware.
  3. Go to the “My Computer” section of your computer. In there you will find a section called “devices
    with removable storage”
4. Locate the drive created by the unit, generally just called Removable Disk, with a letter in Parenthesis. Drive letters vary depending on your system configuration.

5. Open the drive by either double left clicking on the drive itself, or by right clicking to open the option menu then left click on the desired drive.
6. Locate the music stored on your computer. Generally this is stored in the “My Music” folder of your computer.

NOTE: if you are unable to locate the music on your computer, click on start,search, files and folders, then search for “*.MP3, *.WMA”.

7. Once you have located the song files, you can right click on the song itself, and select “copy”.Open the removable disk drive, right click on in the empty space, and select Paste. This will transfer the song on to your MP3 player.
8. Repeat step 7 for as many songs as you want to copy on to the unit.

Additional Help:
Eclipse TCH828 Manual Guide

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Eclipse TCH828 ... | Answered on Jul 14, 2018

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