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Old 05-20-2012, 10:26 AM
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Default Nwz e360 ?

I just bought a Walkman from Walmart for $99. It is a 16 gig. I did manage to figure out how to load files, make play list etc.
What I cannot figure out, is how to find this player on the internet. I can't find mention of it on this forum.

So, I thought I would just join and ask if anyone knows anything about it?
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Old 05-20-2012, 04:19 PM
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You don't own an E360, you own an E365. E360 is a series name. The 16G model in the E360 line is the E365. Anything you read about an E36x player will probably apply to yours.

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Old 05-20-2012, 04:56 PM
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NWZ-E365,...no wonder my search came up empty. http://www.google.com/search?q=nwz-e...&client=safari
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Old 05-21-2012, 03:44 PM
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You don't own an E360, you own an E365. E360 is a series name. The 16G model in the E360 line is the E365. Anything you read about an E36x player will probably apply to yours.

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Thank you Steve. This is one of those duh moments.
I am finding all kind of information now. I really wanted to see if there was a way to create more than 5 playlist, but, I don't think there is.


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NWZ-E365,...no wonder my search came up empty. http://www.google.com/search?q=nwz-e...&client=safari
LOL, me too.
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Old 05-21-2012, 04:32 PM
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If the E365 is like other Sonys the limit you can make on the player is 5. You should be able to make as many as you like when you connect to your PC as long as it's Windows with Windows Media Player 10 or better installed. That allows to be files transferred to the player as a MTP player instead of a drive letter.

After the files are transferred you can right click them in Explorer to bring up the context menu that includes "create playlist". Name the playlist and once it saves you should see the playlist and included songs after you disconnect.

Any MTP enabled media library will also let you sync files and playlists from your PC. MediaMonkey, Winamp and MusicBee are a some of those. Winamp and MusicBee will even let you use the files on the player to create playlists without syncing.

I haven't noticed Sony make many changes in the E series players in the last few years. Any threads you find on them and probably the A and S series player will quite possibly have information that will apply to the E365.

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Old 05-22-2012, 04:10 PM
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If the E365 is like other Sonys the limit you can make on the player is 5. You should be able to make as many as you like when you connect to your PC as long as it's Windows with Windows Media Player 10 or better installed. That allows to be transferred to the player as a MTP player instead of a drive letter.

After the files are transferred you can right click them in Explorer to bring up the context menu that includes "create playlist". Name the playlist and once it saves you should see the playlist and included songs after you disconnect.

Any MTP enabled media library will also let you sync files and playlists from your PC. MediaMonkey, Winamp and MusicBee are a some of those. Winamp and MusicBee will even let you use the files on the player to create playlists without syncing.

I haven't noticed Sony make many changes in the E series players in the last few years. Any threads you find on them and probably the A and S series player will quite possibly have information that will apply to the E365.
Lots of information. Thank you.
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Old 05-22-2012, 06:36 PM
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