Can you use Beats By Dre Pro Headphones with MP3 player?
Yes, if you have a 3.5 mm jack you can plug it in and play your music
Don't think twice, get Beats. my friend in my old school had turtle beaches and here is what i didnt like about them 1. the most expensive pair are 300$ and he had those 2. you can't disconnect the chord, and it is long 3. you can't directly plug them into ipod or mp3 player, you need an adapter 4. they are cheaply built with heavy bulking plastic 5. after about 65-70% volume, it starts…
erm... haven't you disrupted the wire? One possible reason could be that your mp3 player is not working properly. Its the problem with audio o/p module of your mp3 player. There are two components of a sound file, if anyone one of them is corrupted, it will not deliver over the ear phones. Which mp3 player do you have ?
A monitor would be considered an input device. The monitor receives a signal from the video card but does not send a signal back. Therefore it is only receiving signals making it an input device. Similar to an MP3 player's headphones. The MP3 player outputs music to the headphones. The headphones receive the music but do not send a signal back to the MP3 player making them an input device.
When ever you plug in the headphones in the Emerson MP3 you cant hear the lyrics just the sound of music how do you fix it?
Output devices are anything that send signals to other devices. A portable MP3 player, for instance, outputs music to your headphones. Your headphones plug into the "input" jack of the MP3 player because they receive a "signal" from the MP3 player in the form of music. Other examples of output devices would be video cards, keyboards, mice, gaming controlers, or dvd/blu-ray players. These all send signals to be used by other devices but do not…
An MP3 Digital Player is an 'Output' device. Basically, anything that is a 'Player' is sending 'out' a signal like music, video and so on, to an audio source. The audio source could be headphones, and amp/speaker set up, a TV and so on. Your smart phone and tablet (iPad Galaxy etc) 'Output' their sounds to their internal speakers and screen or headphones. You can also 'Input' some devices into a Player. For example, some…
When listening to your mp3-player you would normally use earbuds or headphones, which are speakers very close to your ears. Inside your ear there are a lot of tiny "hairs" that vibrate when sound enters the ear and the brain interprets these vibrations. When listening to loud music - e.g. with headphones - for an extended period of time the tiny "hairs" might be damaged and do therefore not vibrate as much as before.
Well the ematic can store twice as many songs, but Philips is a more well-known brand. There are almost certainly appearance differences. I, personally, have an IITronics 8gb digital mp3 player, which comes with DECENT headphones and has huge space. Also, it was fairly cheap for the size. Go for the ematic if you have lots of music, or even my IITronics if you have loads and loads and loads.
Are there any mp3 mp4 or iPods that play music without any earphones headphones or any other type of station or attachment to it?
Is there an MP3 player that would hold about 300 CDs and can be used as a jukebox through a stereo receiver?
MP3 Player as far as song capacity..the average MP3 song is about 3-5 MB.1000 MB = 1 GByou can get 20 GB mp3 players and I don't know for sure but they may go as high as 60 GBSO lets say you bought a 20 GB player that 20000 MBlets say that the average size of Each song is 4 MBthats about 5000 songsabout 15 songs per CD???yeah that's about 330 CDs...so yeah it would…
I just bought a new car that has an mp3 player and an ipod port the radio doesn't play any songs from the ipod but it does play some mp3 songs my son had on his any idea why?
Make sure that the songs that were downloaded onto your iPod are in MP3 format. Songs downloaded from iTunes are not in MP3 format. Even though you can hear the songs on your iPod when you connect headphones to it, the iPod port in your car might not recogonize the songs. The songs on your son's iPod might be in MP3 and that is why you could hear it.
Why is it that when you play your mp3 player in your car the volume is so low and wont go as high as your speakers can put out?
A sound system basically consists of 3 parts; a sound source, an amplifier, and speakers. An amplifier can only amplify the signal so may times. If the strength of the signal from the car CD player or radio is 10 and the strength of the signal from the mp3 player is 2, then at the same rate of amplification the mp3 player will be quieter than the car CD/radio. It also depends on how you've…
Why does the drive for your sharper image mp3 player say it has the songs on there but when you unplug it and look for them on your mp3 player they arent there?
What if your head phones want stay plugged in your Phillips mp3 Player A little black piece fell out and now my head phones want stay plugged in can you please help?
Take your headphones, MP3 player, and the little black piece that fell out, into any shop that retails MP3 players and the tech guys will only be too happy to demonstrate to you how clever they are by fixing or recommending a solution to your problem. I do this all time and has saved me a fortune. Try it and see. Merry X Mas
With every mp3 player, a USB cable always comes with it. You need to first plug your USB into your mp3 player and connect it to your computer or your laptop. Then on your mp3 player, you should see a light appaer on it. Leave the mp3 on charge for at least 3 hours. that is how you charge your Technika mp3 player. hopes it helps :D