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Thanks gerelmx, That's a good point. Even so, I was hoping that Sony could implement a firmware update or similar that would log tracks listened to, and/or incorporate a Last.FM scrobbler into MediaGo. That way, at the very least, you could scrobble indirectly through your computer. Alternatively, having some sort of log file would allow the use of third-party apps like Zenses or QTSCrobbler. If anyone is interested, I have posted a feature request over at the Sony...
Here's a random question: Is there are way to have the NWZA17 scrobble to Last.FM? I've looked into Zenses2 and QTScrobbler, but I'm not particularly tech-savy when it comes to these things.   TIA
Here's a random question: Is there are way to have the NWZA17 scrobble to Last.FM? I've looked into Zenses2 and QTScrobbler, but I'm not particularly tech-savy when it comes to these things.   TIA
Just re-visiting this old thread.   I recently took my first steps into computer Hi-Fi with the purchase of a 2TB Vortexbox and a Squeezebox touch. So far, I have ripped about 20% of my CDs to FLAC (automatically handled by the Vortexbox for the most part) and am enjoying what the Squeezebox has to offer.   Once everything is ripped, I envision this will be about as simple as you can hope for. Except trying to figure out what to play
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Thanks for sharing your experiences with the Transporter. Thanks also for drawing attention to music servers/Olive - I am not really very savvy with computer audio, but I do want to start centralising my library as browsing through CD racks is getting old. Is the reviews for the Olive were a little more favourable, I would be all over it.
Just curious what you didn't like about the Transporter, as I have been thinking about taking that route myself.
I purchased Eric's NWA808 and could not be happier. The item arrived quickly from Canada, and was in perfect condition, with bonus screen protector and protective case. Communication was excellent and the entire transaction was super smooth. Tip-top head-fier! Thanks Eric!
Please bring back ATRAC! Or at least give the Japanese units an option for English menus.
I noticed the new "Western" Sony DAPs support AAC. Pardon my ignorance, but does this suggest that gapless playback might work on the new Sonys if you encode in AAC - or is gapless a hardware issue rather than an encoding issue? Thanks!
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