Question about RCA Lyra RD1080 MP3 Player
RCA Lyra RD1080 128 MB MP3 I bought this at a garage sale for $2, it is a great buy I want to know more about the product and RCA does not support it anymore. I have an ILO as well and I love the RCA much better. What does the DSP button do?? How do you turn it off? How much memory is built into it? Thank You in advance for any help you all can give. MystiqueTheLynx
I wasn't able to find a owner's manual, but I might be able to answer the 3 questions you posted anyways ^^ If it says it's a 128MB mp3 player, then the answer to "How much memory is built into it?" would be "128MB", right..? If songs average about 5MB each, that's enough for about 25 songs? DSP stands for Digital Signal Processing.. it should be able to change the sound of the song a little bit (like boosting/lowering the bass or treble, or making it sound better on different kinds of speakers). Try hitting it and see if the song sounds slightly different. As for turning it off.. try the same way you turned it on? There should be a power button.. or maybe try holding down the stop or pause button for a few seconds, see what that does.
Posted on Jun 08, 2007
I found a manual at: http://www.retrevo.com/s/RCA-RD1080-MP3-Players-review-manual/id/288ag303/t/1-2/
Posted on Jun 29, 2007
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