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Question Guys! I have a 2017 cx3 and tried the usb drive but it duplicate the songs and some dont play is there any subfolder i have to create? Thanks
Did you create the USB drive on a Mac.

Sounds like your seeing the hidden files and directories the Mac creates when it copies to a drive.

Try using a USB cleaner app and it should all be fine
 

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Did you create the USB drive on a Mac.

Sounds like your seeing the hidden files and directories the Mac creates when it copies to a drive.

Try using a USB cleaner app and it should all be fine
Sorry to bother you mate, but you seem to know a lot about audio playback and file format, I have a question and may i ask you about it? I downloaded a AU audio file on the internet (about my own job) but it cannot be played on my VLC player and I do not know why. I download this audio converter as you can see (URL REMOVED BY MODERATOR) to convert this AU file. But before the conversion got started, it required me to set some audio parameters, i know i should choose MP3. But how about the bit rate and sample rate, ? What are the meaning of these two kinds of audio parameters? What should i do, do you know?
 

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Sorry to bother you mate, but you seem to know a lot about audio playback and file format, I have a question and may i ask you about it? I downloaded a AU audio file on the internet (about my own job) but it cannot be played on my VLC player and I do not know why. I download this audio converter as you can see (Convert AU to MP3 for A Smooth Playback of AU Audio Files) to convert this AU file. But before the conversion got started, it required me to set some audio parameters, i know i should choose MP3. But how about the bit rate and sample rate, ? What are the meaning of these two kinds of audio parameters? What should i do, do you know?

Hi, not sure about au file formats but if u download audacity for mac or windows it will play it.

Bit and sample rates just set the quality of the audio it will produce.

Most converters will show you what it is already. Setting it too low will just lower quality.

Experiment and see how they sound.
 
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