Mt T8s recognizes song usb,song titles...usb playback select song
error message "file not playable (-7)"...remove memory stick and put in any other usb device and it works...Thx
I'm sorry you're having trouble with the USB A playback on your T8S.
Are you saying that when you put the same files on a different USB device everything works, or that a specific mp3 file won't work regardless or which USB device you use?
Here's a list of USB devices that are known to work.
USB drives Bose has tested with the T4S and T8S ToneMatch mixers
To answer your question yes if I move the USB stick to any other USB device it will play it just won't play on the T8. I did see the list of thumbsticks that will play on the T8 I will try one of them and get back to you. Thanking you for your continued support!
Good day..Ordered the Sandisk Extreme 64Gb formatted FAT 32
Recorded 12 songs wav and 10 songs mp3...both worked at the 44100 sample rate.Neither format played on any other thumbdrive.Hope it helps!
That means the manual is a little misleading in the “48000” statement.
it may we’ll be the system runs at 48000 but it can be construed tha material needs to be....
Wonder why a memory stick just can’t be any old memory stick, why is it that only certain brands are accepted by the system?
on a pc you can plug virtually any old stick in and it will work (after installing the driver). Maybe that’s the rub, only certain drivers are installed?
I understand it's inconvenient to have to think about the compatibility of the USB media. It's another one of those things we have to consider when we're connecting external devices like, balanced/unbalanced connections, impedance matching, phantom power, signal/speaker cables, AC line voltage.
The 48 kHz/24 bit specification
We don't have control over the sample rate and bit depth of mp3 and wav files we get from various sources. That's not the issue here.
We need to use USB Media that has been tested and known to work. It's not a trivial thing to ensure compatibility across devices.
I understand fully the issues - as I couldn't get a guest artist working due to the incompatibility issue but, the "48kHz/24Bit" notes in the manual "could" lead people to believe their media has to be to this spec....