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Perhaps your computer's sound card is unable to play back at the bit rate and kHz you are recording at on your (mobile?) recorder. I'm not familiar with the RC-50 but if you are recording at 24 bit for example and your computer's sound card is only able to play back at 16 bit it may not reprosuce any sound. Usually you will get an error saying so. Have you tried different playback software?
The Vivitar DVR560G outputs each of these file types...JPEG, MP3, AVI and WAV.
To view a video, you must use and mP3 or AVI file. Right now your output is a .WAV file which is an audio only file. See your owners manual for output options.
believe it or not not it probably doesn`t even play your lp`s at the right speed? Its probably because your drive belt has actually stretched? rubber belts do wear and maybe seek out a replacement drive belt?
hi , please check the excact files that you want , is it mp3 or wave files, second .try another computer and burn it again in one new blank cd...maybe the files that you have is different..files..it happens (specially on mac , windows, because of there OS there is some different codec files aiff, aif, wav.etc...) please double check ..u
i wouldnt use sync feature for the shaker read the following:
check the file types from you music the shaker only plays MP3 and PCM WAV file types. You may have WMA (if u used windows media player) which will not play on the shaker (i had this same ploblem btw) you can easly find free music file converter software to change these files to mp3 or wav types (which i did), or you could rerip to songs from a cd and tell the windows media player to rip the files as mp3 types instead of the default wma format
from the windows media player widow :
tools >> options >> Rip Music >> under format select mp3 (theres a wav option but i used the mp3 option to be safe)
do not use the sync feature it will automatically convert your files to to wma (why? i dont know) instead copy the files directly from the folder that contains them :
right click the file you need to put on the player select open file location drag and drop to the player (or copy/paste if you want).
hope this helped =P