Asked by 900624086281 9 years ago
I have a svp hddv 2300 digital camera and was wondering if i could use it as an mp3 player?
Asked by steve-lane 7 years ago
How do you put music on a mp3 player , i know your suppose to sync but when i made a list of the songs i wanted to sync on my windows xp it said that i needed to connect a device which i had already connected.
Dear All.. Please could you help me to know : It possible save name and number telephone from NOTEPAD or other from (my computer) to MP3 player ( please see my MP3 on picture) If yes please show me where to find it on Google and if easy please point me.Thank you so much in advance for your time and hope you will help me. Best regards lam
Asked by lam 2 years ago
My car stereo chews up the cd's - pretty much because the shock absorbers are rubbish. Way to go, Chevrolet... So I got a car fm transmitter that plays mp3s - and it's great stuff. Yay! (and cheaper than new shocks, too!) However, I want to cram as many mp3s on the player as I can (it's only 4gb) so I'm going to convert my mp3s to a lower quality. I guess as I'm happy with records on the car radio then I reckon I don't really need cd-quality mp3s. (I can listen to hi-fi at home ;-) I did a quick Google, but found no answer to my question - what sort of mp3 output quality would a radio station be? I'm happy to reduce the frequency sampling as well as the bit-rate. Many thanks guys.
Asked by kevinhannan 6 years ago
I am wondering if its easily possible to convert a mp3 that runs on AAA to mains via a power pack, which we all seem to have plenty of laying around. i realise that the AAA battery is 1.5v or there abouts while the closest spare power pack i have is 4.0v dc / 350mA will it work, or is it possible to further step down so it would be suitable ? via electonics - or do i need to find a powerpack that matchs a AAA battery voltage. i was going to wire this to the battery terminals ... or am i just looking for trouble? lol
Asked by agatornz 8 years ago
Hi,All I use a 9V battery to pass power through a LM7805 to an arduino pro mini,a MP3 module,it works fine.later i am not satisfied with the low voice of the speaker,then i added an Amplifier module.the AMP module is a PAM8403-5V(could be USB powered),but the speaker produce weird sound. it seemed the PWR was not enough,so i added an extra 5V supply to the PAM8403 module,this time it sounds fine. But i don't wnat to use two PWR sounces to power them.cause it will be bulky,is the 9v battery OK to power them all?or maybe i should use two LM7805s,one for arduino and MP3 module,and another for the PAM8403 module. The pic attached is the working wiring of the project Please help me with this,Thanks. gada888
Asked by gada888 2 years ago
First off, I know that doing this straight forward is not possible. The are a few ways I think I can do this. The main one I'm looking at is to have a MP3/WAV board hooked up to a speaker. I'll have two setups, one that is set to have three sounds (start, stop, fire, and only one of those three sounds would play at a time) and the second setup would have an alarm (this would have to play at the same time as the fire sound). The issue I'm running into now is that I would like to have this all on the same PCB, as I plan to make a barebone arduino. I'm sure there are better ways to do this, or that someone has a schematic to make just the sound board. Either will work. Thanks in advance!
Asked by DoctorWoo 1 year ago
Asked by sabbath 8 years ago
I don't care if it has no screen 512mb minimum
Asked by qwerty29 9 years ago
My nano only has 2 gb so I bought a cheap 8 gb mp3 player but its really hard to use, so is there a way i could take the memory from the mp3 and put it in my ipod?
Asked by ANDY! 8 years ago
I hav a broken mp3 player with a camera.I want to remove it and use it as a cctv or something.Can i do such thing if yes tell me how. thank you
Asked by Beduk 6 years ago
It has a small lcd screen that I think still works.
I want to be able to make my non remote mp3 player work by some kind of remote activation !is there a simple way of doing this without buying an expensive upgrade?many thanks for reading
Posted by tiler110 10 years ago
The player has an internal mic and male usb output.
Asked by sdanog 9 years ago
How can I connect a generic MP3 player to a 10-year-old Sony CDX-C4840R car stereo? The stereo has a Line In, but this only works when the CD changer unit is connected to the special bus. I don't want to spend money on the special unit that Sony sells.
Would like hook up my laptop to a cassette recorder/stereo so that i can make mix tapes from MP3's. My brother's friend did it years ago, but can't remember how he did it for the life of me. Any suggestions on certain cables I need or any other information. Much appreciated.
Posted by phughes151 10 years ago
How can I connect a generic MP3 player (not an iPod) to a 10-year-old Sony CDX-C4840R car stereo? The stereo has a Line In, but this only works when the CD changer unit is connected to the special bus. I don't want to spend money on the special unit (Son-Aux) that Sony sells and/or buy the antiquated changer.
So, I've recorded this sound from my PSP using a stereo cable and Audacity. I cut the audio to the certain length that I want it and go to "file" and "export as MP3". When I open up the MP3 to listen to it it has this pop in audio at the beginning. (The picture is the "pop" in audio). So, I open up the MP3 I just exported and cut out the "pop" and export a new one. But, it just does it again. Any ideas what is going on?
Asked by LegoBrickMaster7 7 years ago
I'm looking for an MP3 player, but i don't want to get an iPod. I was thinking the Creative Zen. I was looking around and I saw the 8 gig at Walmart for about $150. (I don't want to be badgered about Walmart or China or whatever) So does anyone have any idea on what should I get. It needs to work with Vista and Windows Media Player.
Posted by heavy.metal.nguyen 9 years ago
I just got a Zune, I like to listen to recorded books while I work, which is reasonably easy to do with the Zune interface software and most books on CD. THE PROBLEM is books recorded as MP3 files. Strangely enough here is an "MP3 Player" that cannot handle MP3 data directly... At least this is my experience so far. Placing a MP3 recorded book CD in the drive and while I CAN listen to it on the laptop using Zune's Software interface. Trying to transfer the files to the Zune unit creates error files that are unusable and so far I have not been able to remove from the Zune. Admittedly I'm a newbe to the Zune but have been using computers since the Atari 800 came out too many years ago for me to admit to...ANY help would be appreciated. Possibly there's something I just have not found as yet.
Posted by 24kgold 10 years ago
Hello The job that I do is based alot on respect and trust. As all of you might know, trust is very easily destroyed just by words. Thats why I was thinking about putting together a recording device that would be like a wrist band that would only need to have 24h or more recording capability and possible bluetooth for downloading mp3 files. To start things I would need to find a small IC that does real time mp3 compression and does not consume alot of power. any ideas regarding this project ?
Posted by nccwarp9 9 years ago
I have a philips 1 gig MP3 player that has stopped working. When the power button is pressed nothing happens. When I plug it into the computer (win XP) I get the beep that indicates the computer is noticing something at the port but the computer does not register it as a device or a drive. In the past when I plugged it in the player would light up and show that the battery was charging now, nothing. I have tried it on a different computer and also opened it and disconnected the internal battery and then reconnected it- no luck. Also I tried the reset button - no luck. any ideas?
Asked by shantinath1000 9 years ago
Hi everybody! I was going through some old boxes and found my old Creative Zen Vision:M. It's a bit beat up and the buttons are a bit dodgy but apart from that it's still working. It would be a waste to just throw it out but I don't really know what I could do with it, so now I'm asking for some suggestions. Just shout out if you have an idea, nothing is too silly or useless!
Posted by Jur 5 years ago
Hi guys, i am trying to make a simple prototype of an mp3 player ( https://www.instructables.com/id/Make-your-own-sonic-sound-scarf/step7/An-inside-look/ ) but i noticed that when testing the arduino board they use multiple colors of wires. Do the colors hold any significance when testing?
Asked by kaycstevens 4 years ago
Hi every body i have just dismatled a old computer speaker and now have a broken PCB but a perfectly healthy speaker can i make something useful with it, i really want to make a speaker 4 my mp3 player but i dont know if it will work as the speaker's power source was on the PCB any help please
Posted by mayney93 9 years ago
OK, here's the deal. My truck's stereo finally kicked the bucket and now I have no way to play tunes. The old unit had an aux input, which was the only thing I really used (to play my MP3 player). I'd like to make a small, simple unit that just has a jack, power switch, and volume control I could mount in my truck that would run off of 12V and power 4 existing speakers (8 ohm). After looking around at other Instructables, I realized that I don't really know much about amps. I think I could wire one up, however, if I had a diagram. I have a couple of LM386N's laying around I could use, if I knew how... So, could someone please help me out on how to make an amp for this? And any other helpful info? Thanks a lot!
Asked by Braunchitis 7 years ago
When i copy songs and photos from my lap top to my phone he documents are empty what can i do???
For my birthday i once got a radio kit to make your own radio. It's very basic. It consists out of batteries, speaker, amplifier, preamplifier (series of risistors and stuff), detector, am tuner and fm tuner. It also has an volume control integrated. (see pictures) As I am only 16 years old and not very familiar with electronics I need some help for the next thing. I am very interested in everything that has to do with technical stuff. So I was wondering if I could elimate the fm and am tuner out of this circuit and turn it into a mp3-player speaker. Is this possible? If so, could anyone tell me how?
Asked by bertj 9 years ago
There was much fear and freak out [when the box was opened]. But cooler heads prevailed and a phone call was made. “Hey Matt, did you order metal objects of a dubious nature?” Find out what they did, and how, here. (And what music would you store on it? My first thoughts were Mr Kiss Kiss Bang Bang or Twisted Firestarter...)
Posted by Kiteman 8 years ago
When I try to turn it on it is saying, not enoughspace for Music DB please free 90mb. but the prob is I cant get it turned on not even hooked to the computer. I dont have a reset button on the outside of it anywhere...... If anyone can help it would be nice to know how to reset it even if I loose everything at this point I dont care. Thanks :)
Asked by Danniell 7 years ago
I've got an idea in my head, but there's one part that may unravel the whole thing so I thought there would be no better place to ask than here! I'm wondering if there are any tiny devices that will play a given song (on repeat likely) when power is supplied to the device? If you've ever seen one of those birthday cards that plays music when they open then you have a pretty good idea of what I mean. I'm looking for something that would fit inside of an area about half an inch deep by an inch across. Something like you'd see inside of a music box (except scaled down) - does this sort of thing exist? Much thanks! - JM
Posted by jkiesel 9 years ago