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MP3 Players are not an Input Device nor an Output Device but in itself a Small Computer. MP3 Players generally have USB as Input Port for Copying\Deleting Songs, 3.5mm Audio Jack as Output Port to listen, Flash Storage to store Music, A Small Processing Chip and maybe a small LCD Display to select Songs & Audio Settings. MP3 Players are Small Portable & Handheld Music Playing Stereos connected to Headphones or external Speakers to listen to Audio generally in MP3 and WMA format.
An MP3 player uses the file.mp3 (a song for example) as its input. It then decodes (decompresses) this as an MP3 file is a compressed file. The resulting decoded data is then used as it's output, usually sent to a speaker with the help of a digital to analog converter and an amplifier. A MP3 recorder would do the process in reverse and the sound would be its input and the resulting MP3 file would be it's output.
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.
It is output (read more below) An MP3 player uses the file.mp3 (a song for example) as its input. It then decodes (decompresses) this as an MP3 file is a compressed file. The resulting decoded data is then used as it's output, usually sent to a speaker with the help of a digital to analog converter and an amplifier. A MP3 recorder would do the process in reverse and the sound would be its input and the resulting MP3 file would be it's output.
Because with most MP3 players you can only "output" media. As opposed to "input" meaning it can receive, such as a microphone, or a camera.
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 MP3 players, smart phones, tablets, computers and so on may have a Microphone Input so you can record voice, instruments, sing along to backing tracks and so on.
speaker is an output device. It is said as an output device because, most of the speakers are used to hear audio/sounds. The inputs to hear sound from a speaker can be > power/electricity > a device to play the sound (that may be a mic, vcd, dvd, mp3 player or even your computer)
No, an input device is something that carries data into something. In this case, the processor. This incoming information doesn't have to be analog information coming from a human, but it sometimes is. (E.G. a computer mouse, a computer keyboard) It also could be another electronic device interacting with the computer. (E.G. a flash drive, a phone, an mp3 player). For a better way of understanding this, here is how input and output work: Input -> Processor -> Output Keyboard -> Computer -> Monitor
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 receieve signals back from those devices.
I'm speaking with a little knowlege from djing so what im saying is based on my station (aux) auxiliary input is where I can plug my turntables or any basic sound device onto the music board, and mp3 input is only for your mp3, maybe tell me what device your talking about and I can be more relevant
In ways of features/programs, no. But in reality, it is a computer. It uses a processor and monitor, plus an input device, and an output device. Add the computing power and memory, and it's a computer. Just a really, really, REALLY small one. So in a way, it is a personal computer.
Every designer of MP3 Players has a USB hack output, however the input to the machine is different for every machine. There is no one standard USB jack.
An MP3 Player FM Modulator is a device that you plug into your car. When it's plugged in, it can receive transmissions from your MP3 device and play your music wireless through the car speakers.
Easily? No. To do so you setup your turntable so that the speaker output goes into your computer aux input and you record it with Audicity (that's what I used when I did mine) and then convert the output from WAV to mp3. It's a slow process but worth it depending on what music you have.
Connect your mp3 to your computer and than just copy that folder to your mp3 device.
An MP3 player is a device that can store, and when activated, interpret and convert the data inherent in an MP3 file into low voltage electrical signal patterns that will be converted to sound/vibrations when sent to a speaker/headphone device.
An mp3 player is a device that you play music on and you can download about 2 million songs more or less! :D
an mp3 is a device that can be carried in your pocket and plays music and you can look at pictures and watch videos.
MP3 Player is the type of device, I-Pod is a brand name for an MP3 player. EG: DVD Player. Brand name, sony, toshiba, Phillips etc.
External Input, as in a mp3 player.
Plug the MP3 player into a USB port, then open the device and the folder with your music in it - and simply drag & drop the tracks you want on the MP3 player to its folder.
Unless you can get to the aux input to plug in a cable for an mp3 player you are stuck with CD audio only. www.trailvoy.com