i think it would hold a good amount of songs x it really depends how large the song is x tisha x
Saying that the average song is about 5.0 megabytes, it would take about 2,500 megabytes to hold 500 songs.
64 mb is not very much 64 mb = 0,064 gb 64 mb equals about 12 normal songs
it depends how many mb one picture has
Depends on how many megabytes its got
About 5 or 6 decent quality songs.
Wouldn't you like to know.
it depends on how many gigabytes or megabytes you have.
depending on the songs, anywhere from 5 to 10
Most songs take up about 5-8 MB (megabytes). Perhaps what you are thinking of is a gigabyte (1000 MB), which can store about 125-200 songs, depending on song length and audio quality.
1 GB is an equivalent of 1024 MB. Assuming each audio song is 6 MB, 1 GB can hold up to 170 songs.
Since 1 GB = 1,000 MB, 100 GB = 100,000 MB. 100,000 MB divided by 10 MB / song = 10,000 songs.
Considering that each song is an average of 3 MB, and a GB is 1000 MB, so 32 GB of space will hold around 10,000 3 MB songs.
One song usually takes up about 6 megabytes. This means that 942 mb can hold around 157 songs. This is on average, longer songs may take up more space, while shorter songs take up less.
It is about 1 Mb per minute. Now you can figure it out by the lengths of the songs.
15 to 18 songs. This CD is 80 minutes.
About 275, depending on the song size.
The average iTunes song is around 8 megabytes, so about 8,192 songs can fit on 64 gigabytes.
65 536 Kilobytes
1 song is about 5 mb 1 gigabyte is 1000 megabytes 16000/5 = 3200 So a 16 gb mp3-player can hold about 3200 songs.
There are 65,536 megabytes in 64 gigabytes.