i have a dedicated sports watch (tomtom adventurer) which I purchased that has dedicated bluetooth headphones to play music whilst I run...my sportswatch can fit 500 songs on it...the only option i have to get music on to my sportswatch is purchase it via itunes, make playlists in itunes and then download to my computer, connect my watch to my computer and then manually add the music to it...
spotify premium is the only music streaming service i use and dont want to have to use another or purchase more music...spotify quite rightfully protects artists using copyright law and encryption for offline music playing so that I cannot download music files and distribute them unlawfully...
My idea: Can Spotify have an option to download direct from spotify to "my sportwatch" an encrypted mp3 file therefore still protecting the artist and allowing me to be even happier with my spotify premium and running watch.
the file types that my watch can play are:
Sample rate: 16KHz to 48KHz
Bit rate: 8 kbps to 320 kbps
Mono/stereo channels and joint stereo.
MPEG2 and MPEG4 AAC-LC and HE-AACv2 are supported.
Sample rate: up to 48KHz
Bit rate: up to 320 kbps
Mono/stereo/dual mono are supported.
The watch does not support files with DRM.