#1
Can Wav files work on a regular mp3 player? i need to play a dj set but dont want to use mp3s
#3
look at the specs of your mp3 player on the website of the company that makes it, or on amazon or whatever.
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#4
They can go on anyways, you can put any kind of file on any MP3 player. Just it might not play.
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#5
depends on the player and amount of room you have on the unit...wavs are uncompressed and so they use a lot more room up. Most players will only play MP3s but you can normally store any type of data on the drive.
#6
its an old iriver 40 gb. i used to record live band rehersals..would they be wav files? the filesizes were huge.

Would i get 60 songs average or 3 minutes long on it? Its coming out at 40,000 Kbs a song
#8
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^Definitely WAV files if they were 40MB a song


no 40 kbs
#9
Link it to the PC and go though my computer. Move one of the files off the player and check it's properties to see what file type it is.

I had an old iRiver once, flash based 512mb...it was fair but not enough storage...
anyways...
#11
Try converting it by any software such as Xilisoft Video Converter but the trial period is only 5 minutes. I have the serial codes but that's considered illegal.
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