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How to play Audible AAX files on the iPod or smartphones

Audible.com is an internet provider of spoken audio entertainment, information, and educational programming. It has the largest selection of AA/AAX digital audiobooks. Those Audible exclusive file formats are protected with Audile's own Digital Right Management (DRM), which means you cannot play them on other media devices freely though you can play it on specified devices that listed in the official site.

If I want to play the Audiobooks on your favorite media player like Samsung galaxy s2, you need to remove the DRM protection and convert to common MP3 format. How to do it? This tutorial will show you how to convert DRM protected Audible files to MP3 format so you can play it on any media player that you want.

Audile AA to mp3

At first, you have to convert .AAX to mp3. Here, we high recommend Aimersoft DRM converter. With it, you can fast remove DRM from AAX audiobook and convert these files to MP3 with high quality. Besides, it can also remove DRM from media files that you bought from Zune MarketPlace, iTunes Store, Rhapsody and other online music store, etc.

Follow the steps convert Audible files to MP3 format

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Step 1: Load AAX files

Run the DRM removal program, then click the "Add" button to load files you want to convert to MP3 or directly drag-drop them to the conversion window. Batch conversion is supported so you can add many files at a time.

Step 2: Select the output format

Choose the "MP3" as output format from the "Convert to" drop-down list, and you can also click the "Setting" button to custom the music as you like.

Step 3: Start to remove DRM from AAX files

Click on the big "Start" button to start converting Audible AAX to MP3 format. You will see the conversion completed very soon! After all the above steps finished, click "Find target" button to open the output folder, you can see all files have converted into .mp3 file format.

Now, you can freely play all these audible files on your media player. Enjoy!

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