What is an MP3 player?
An MP3 player is a device that uses the MP3 compression algorithim to store music on a hard drive or flash memory chip for playback later. It is kind of like a cassette tape player, except that it can not play cd's.
i have a mp3 player and a ipod touch 3g i like the 3g ipod touch
MP3 is the abbreviation of the popular music format (Motion Picture Experts Group) MPEG Audio Layer 3. MP3 players are usually portable devices with the main purpose of playing music files, such as MP3's. Most have flash storage, some have hard drives such as the iPod Classic.
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?
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
no. an mp3 player plays mp3's .. hence the name. an mp3 player cannot run applications ( i.e. itunes) i think the wuestion you meant to ask was "can you sinc your mp3 player(non-ipod) with itunes" and the answer is yes, you can. well for most mp3 players. if not, just get windows media player, it seems to work pretty well.
Windows Media Player uses WMA format most of the time. This needs to be converted to MP3 format for playing on MP3 player. All to All - Audio Conversion Wizard is a good program to covert WMA to MP3. Your mp3 player will have a usb cable to connect to the computer, then drag and drop the MP3 song files to the drive on MY Computer that is your MP3 player. If your player is…
I have a MP3 Player as well. MAke sure that you have the software that the MP3 player came with (usually a CD)...Install that to the computer. When it is done installing, plug the cord into your MP3 player, then make sure that the cord that you just plugged into your MP3 player is connected to the area that it can plug in to on your computer.
The way I do it is to plug my mp3 player into my laptop with the USB cable provided with it. I then use Window's Media Player to sync with my mp3 player, and to sync any music on my laptop onto the mp3 player. You can set the settings with Media Player to say what media you want on your player. You can also just manually drag and drop the songs into the conveniently…
If windows media player does not recognise your mp3 player (which it should) then open your music folder and your mp3 player folder (via "computer") separately and then drag and drop. If it does recognise it, then you only have to connect your mp3 player to the computer and open WMP. Then click your mp3 player on the left-handside (you may have to sync it) and drag and drop the songs you want. Very Simple…