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Old 08-21-2013, 05:57 PM
nitrousruss nitrousruss is offline
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Default NWZ-F806 Lyrics

I just purchased a NWZ_F806 Walkman and we cannot figure out how to load lyrics to watch when songs are playing.
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Old 09-29-2013, 12:31 PM
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I visited the Sony Website and checked out the instruction manual for your player. The manual doesn't mention a lyrics function.
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Old 09-30-2013, 06:53 PM
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Default Sony nwz-f806 lyrics

I have found lyrics by web search then copy and paste into a txt file. Then you can use that txt file with MediaGo and create a .LRC file. Then you copy that lrc file into the directory that the music file is located on your player.
You have to do a copy/paste on this file, MediaGo doesn't seem to want to copy it. Hope this helps. It worked for me.
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Old 10-01-2013, 08:23 AM
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I have found lyrics by web search then copy and paste into a txt file. Then you can use that txt file with MediaGo and create a .LRC file. Then you copy that lrc file into the directory that the music file is located on your player.
You have to do a copy/paste on this file, MediaGo doesn't seem to want to copy it. Hope this helps. It worked for me.
That threw me for a moment when I was using MediaGo to create an LRC file, I thought it would send it to my player along with its music file since it was created and saved via MediaGo. I found that, as you mentioned, you have to manually copy the .lrc file to your player.

I have created a .lrc file copying the lyrics into a text editor and manually entering the time codes into the file. Using MediaGo is much easier since it allows you to enter the time codes with the click of a mouse as the music plays.
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