MP3 Players Audio and Sound Systems
MP3 Players, audio and sound systems are relatively new. They are more compact than the earlier CD players, and are not prone to skipping. These devices can also store more songs than previous gadgets.
How many GB is a pen drive 983 MB?
983MB would be .983GB. it's likely that this is a 1GB pen drive and two factors are affecting its' size display 1) formatting takes a slight area of space, reducing the size slightly and 2) Windows incorrectly displays the units 'GiB'/'MiB' as 'MB'/'MiB'. device manufacturers use the latter (base 10) while most operating systems display the former (base 2)
How many MB are in 18.2 GB?
This depends on what you are talking about. The standard definition of 1GB is 1,024MB. So 18.2GB = 18636.8MB. However, Hard Drive Manufactures round this to 1000MB in a GB, so you only get 18200MB. by putting an i in the middle (e.g. Mib) you specifically define the 1,024 step, not the 1,000 rounding (so 18.2GB = 18,636.8MiB and 18,636.8MB and 18,200MB) By the way, MiB is Mibibytes, whereas MB is megabytes!
Where can I download jem and the holograms music in mp3 format?
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How can you convert audio cassette tapes to digital files?
THINGS YOU WILL NEED: * A Computer with sound * A 1/8" (3.5mm) stereo audio cable * Audacity Audio program (FREE) * Lame MP3 encoder (FREE) * Cassette player * Cassette Tape I found a very useful step-by-step guide on how and where to install audacity and lame. how to connect the cassette player to the computer and tips on how to record the audio. there are even pictures to explain everything better.
What is the full form of mkv?
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What is the cost for a POD moving service?
The cost of a POD moving service depends on several factors; each move is different and will result in a customized price for your individual situation. Here are some of the factors that contribute to the cost of your move: -Location you're moving from -Location you're moving to -Size of the home you're moving (how many items you have to move determines the size moving container you'll need) -Date you're planning to move -Special services required (additional storage, expedited delivery, etc.) Because each moving scenario is different, the only way to receive an accurate estimate for your move is to get a quote from a reputable moving company. Be cautious of movers that avoid giving an estimate in writing, and make sure the moving company you select is licensed and bonded to safely move household goods.
Were do you find music for your Quizilla?
I'm not quite sure yet how to get it with words, I'm looking currently... But, you can get the tune at starlightmks.com the tune's that the person running the site has put there, has also added a few things, so if your looking for Korn or Linkin Park and such, it won't be as good, it's to upbeat if you ask me, but whatever... There's one place, if I find others I will alert you. 7/1/09 Quizilla user: aXworldXbeyondXherXeyes (ana creator of Hellboy's Story & Neko Youkai Part: 1- (32 cunnertly, if you need more help, look for me this way...)
Can you listen to CD-r discs on any CD player?
CD-R is designed to be played on any CD player, although some older players have compatibility issues, especially with cheap discs. Burning at a low speed (8x or 16x) might help. Some good grade-A brands of blank disc: Taiyo Yuden, MAM-A, Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation Grade-B brands with compatibility issues: CMC Magnetics (Memorex, Verbatim), Ritek (Memorex, Maxell), various others
Why does sound go out in one ear on earphones?
that kinda depends on what kind of mp3 paler your using. if its a cell phone with a built in mp3, then its just a matter of compatibility. if you notice the bands on a headphone plug, their are 2 at the bottom, one for each ear. on a cellphone mp3, it has 3 bands, ear 1, ear 2 and mic. the middle band in a cellphone is for a mic so the left ear will be disabled because of the difference in path of electronic signals. if you want to solve this, you need to purchase headphones that are made by the cellphone manufacturer or a 3rd party pair that specifies compatibility with your cell phone. this just another capitalist scheme to get you to buy their products. if your just using a regular mp3 such as an ipod or zune, then it usually means damaged internal wires. this also requires new headphones. You have 3 possibilities: 1) the headphone plug isn't inserted all the way (some cases can interfere with plugs), 2) the headphones are broken, or 3) the player's headphone jack is broken. For 1), try removing the case, and check that the plug is in all the way. For 2) and 3), find or borrow another set of headphones and see if they make the problem go away. If they work, then your old headphones are broken and need to be repaired or replaced. If you change headphones and the problem still occurs, then the jack is broken and needs to be repaired or replaced.