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post #1 of 17
Thread Starter 
how many different mp3 players play flac... does anyone know

is there any besides cowons models ??
post #2 of 17
Native Players not sure about, but any player that can be Rockbox'd can play flac.

You should do a search as this topic has been asked before on several occations.
post #3 of 17
ALL mp3 players that can be rockboxed (if you are ok with rockboxing)
i know for a fact that meizu can play flac. but that id the only one i know of.

EDIT: here is a link of all rockboxable: Current Rockbox Builds
post #4 of 17
Rio Karma,
most iaudio players
post #5 of 17
hold up, do the other cowons not play flac then?
post #6 of 17
Trekstor Vibez. A German attempt at "the next Rio Karma". Looks like a top-down symmetric Barbapapa. I've never listened to it, though.

post #7 of 17
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Originally Posted by gautam View Post
hold up, do the other cowons not play flac then?
Most, if not all, Cowons play FLAC. Some didn't have FLAC support at first, but they do now after a firmware update.
post #8 of 17
phew, i was think of gettin one of them. if only they release one with high capacity/small size.
back to the point. there really is no point of puttin flac on your mp3 player, chances are, unless you are using an amp with very high end gear, you wont hear the difference. also the battery life is much shorter. just use mp3 lame VBR V0 format.
post #9 of 17
Check out this link: FLAC - links
post #10 of 17
Thread Starter 
hey thanks everyone, i love how i post something this afternoon and get an answer just 3 hours later
post #11 of 17
Current Meizu models play flac.
post #12 of 17
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by gautam View Post
phew, i was think of gettin one of them. if only they release one with high capacity/small size.
back to the point. there really is no point of puttin flac on your mp3 player, chances are, unless you are using an amp with very high end gear, you wont hear the difference. also the battery life is much shorter. just use mp3 lame VBR V0 format.
its not just the quality, its the file size also
post #13 of 17
Doesn't iRiver support FLAC? It's so long since I Rockboxed my 120/140 I can't remember if the original firmware does.....
post #14 of 17
http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f15/no...killer-316007/

The Nokia Tablet belive it not, it has micro-usb output compatible with USB DAC's with ASIO. This thing has a better and shlightly bigger screen than the iPod Touch. Using other players such as VLC and Canola2 i can play anything with Last.Fm Support.
post #15 of 17
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Originally Posted by x-kevin View Post
hey thanks everyone, i love how i post something this afternoon and get an answer just 3 hours later
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