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    Playing Mp3's and quality

    Sorry Ehud the search is down.

    What is the best way to play mp3's from the SD card. I copied over some and the audio breaks up. If I copied a song to the memory on the device it played better. Do I need to convert the mp3 to some other format and/or setup WM9 to buffer the song?

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    Sounds like a slow memory card. What speed is it? I have an ATP 60X and mp3's never "skip".
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    All of mine were ripped via Windows Media Player and work fine off a 512 ScanDisk Card. I think I recorded them at 64kbs if that is the right jargon.
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    I dont think the bitrate will make much difference unless you are trying to play uncompressed .wav files or something. I play 192-320kbps .mp3 files from a memory card with no problems. I do not use one of the 'high speed' memory cards either, just a normal 1gb lexar card.

    Perhapse you could try playing the files with a different player like gsplayer or stop all other running programs before playing the .mp3s.
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    I never had any problem with the audio off my SD Card. I use MP3's with WMP, Betaplayer, and the wonderful imusic player. Never had a problem.

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    Thanks, that got it. GSPlayer is much better, very few blips, so it is probably my crappy 512 meg SD card too.
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