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Saving program to Digital Note Taker
« on: 14:32, 03 September 15 »
I was wondering if anyone has been successful in saving/loading files from a Digital Note Taker?


Unfortunately mine is MP3 only, I've tried the High Quality, Low Noise setting for Mono, but isn't picking up the signal when it's time to load.


I had a look at some other Note takers yesterday, sadly they all seem to be MP3 with some supporting WMA. Be great to have one with WAV support, I don't understand why they don't have that, given they have so much space available in Gbs.
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