iTunes Music to Kindle Fire HD
Question from Amazon forum: I would like to know if I can transfer my music from iTunes to my Kindle Fire HD 32g? And if so, how? Thanks in advance for any help.
Answer: Kindle Fire HD has native support for the following audio formats: Dolby Digital (AC-3), Dolby Digital Plus (E-AC-3), non-DRM AAC, MP3, MIDI, PCM/WAVE, OGG, WAV, etc.
Originally, iTunes music were encoded using FairPlay-encrypted AAC streams in an mp4 wrapper, using the .m4p extension. From May 29, 2007, tracks on the EMI label were made available in a DRM-less format called iTunes Plus. In January, 2009, Apple announced that all music would be available in the iTunes Plus format. These files are unprotected and are encoded in AAC format using .m4a extension.
Therefore, to play iTunes music files on Kindle Fire HD, you should make a conversion. Audio Converter can be the perfect tool to convert iTunes m4a music to Kindle Fire HD playable ac3, mp3, ogg, wav formats so that you can sync/transfer all your favorite iTunes songs to watch/enjoy on Amazon Kindle Fire HD.
Step by step to convert/transfer iTunes music to Kindle Fire HD with Audio Converter
1. Download and install Audio Converter application on your computer.
2. Add iTunes music files to the program.
Click “File>Add File” icon to import iTunes m4a music files from local computer to the software. And you can listen to it by clicking the “Display” icon under left displaying window.
3. Select output profile format.
Hit “Profile” drop-down menu, select Kindle Fire HD playable formats such as “MP3 - MPEG Layer - 3-Audio (*.mp3)” as the output file format.
4. Convert iTunes music to Kindle Fire HD.
Press right-bottom “Convert” button to begin the conversion process.
If you happen to have some old iTunes songs that are still under DRM-protection, you can use iTunes M4V DRM Removal to decrypt the DRM-protection and then convert the non-drm protected files to Kindle Fire HD playable format files.