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post #346 of 767
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Originally Posted by forsberg View Post
You can't believe everything you read. Anyone who says they can hear the diff between WAV and FLAC basically loses all credibility in my book.
thanks a lot !! really open minded. I still stay behind what I said no matter of lost credibility ...




-velimir
post #347 of 767
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Originally Posted by veli View Post
thanks a lot !! really open minded. I still stay behind what I said no matter of lost credibility ...




-velimir
It's o.k. veli, WAV sounds better on my fuze than FLAC also Could be the flac decoder on the dsp.
post #348 of 767
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Originally Posted by Ihatepopupads View Post
It's o.k. veli, WAV sounds better on my fuze than FLAC also Could be the flac decoder on the dsp.
nice to hear ... I got flamed on Fuze forum for asking for better WAV support (tags and no hick ups as Sony has) so I guess my ears are screwed . also there is some alien noise in between songs with FLACs on my Fuze. so I think FLAC is not (yet) well implemented.



-velimir
post #349 of 767
Does deleting a song through the player take ages (~a minute) for you guys too?

Hopefully it's an issue they're gonna fix with the next firmware update but it's quite annoying.
post #350 of 767
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post #351 of 767
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Originally Posted by oli_ramsay View Post
Does deleting a song through the player take ages (~a minute) for you guys too?

Hopefully it's an issue they're gonna fix with the next firmware update but it's quite annoying.
Never did it that way........ always do my edits from a computer.

USG
post #352 of 767
I just got my Sansa Fuze..and guess what, I got a Cowon D2 too!

So. You want comparisons!

Well, the Sansa Fuze sound quality wise is quite comparable to the Cowon D2 however the big difference I found is that the Sansa Fuze is much more natural sounding and less 'digital' compared to the Cowon D2.
The difference is subtle however and difference is different with different songs.
I find the D2 easier to quickly navigate via the touchscreen. Sure, the GUI isn't the prettiest in the D2 but it's easier to navigate.

However, if you want a PMP-type of player in which you want both video and music, I'd opt for the Cowon D2 over the Fuze since the D2's video playback is quite good.

Big props to the seller.

Look up 'Dolphin1959' on EBAY for a great deal + super fast and cheap shipping!

6 days from the US to New Zealand on US$12.99 shipping = not bad at all!
post #353 of 767
The biggest problem with this wonderful player is browsing the music in it. I really feel the lack of folder browsing.
post #354 of 767
FLAC in rockbox has less resolution and sounds darker than WAV files on my sansa e280 player.
post #355 of 767
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Originally Posted by kaushama View Post
The biggest problem with this wonderful player is browsing the music in it. I really feel the lack of folder browsing.
Easily remedied.... if you assemble by artists like I do, (but could probably be done by any of the other tags as well)

1-Assemble folders by artist.
2-Drop folders into Fuze.
3-Open MP3Tag.
4-Drag each folder from Fuze (separately) into MP3Tag and give them all the exact same Artist Name and the exact same "Genre". (No variations.)

When you browse the Fuze under Artists, it will be just like browsing artist folders.

If you create playlist folders, follow the same general formula but make the Genres something like: Rock 1, Jazz 2, Classical 4 etc., that way when you browse under genre, "Rock 1" will bring up everything that is in the Rock 1 folder. (I use the categories provided by MP3Tag and just add a number.)

USG
post #356 of 767
What if you have another DAP? And besides you may well use your PC/Mac for home audio

Hardly worth it to mess up tags or waste storage space with a second copy of music collection just for a DAP

Edit: Sorry just read your post. MP3 tag after putting it on. But still the effort...
post #357 of 767
Is it possible to drag files back to the computer? i lost my external hard drive and trying to salvage some music that is on it. I seem to recall that it didn't let you do that. I saved what was on my ipod with the backstage software.
post #358 of 767
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Originally Posted by dallan View Post
Is it possible to drag files back to the computer? i lost my external hard drive and trying to salvage some music that is on it. I seem to recall that it didn't let you do that. I saved what was on my ipod with the backstage software.
Absolutely..........

What mode were you using? MSC?

USG
post #359 of 767
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Originally Posted by upstateguy View Post
Absolutely..........

What mode were you using? MSC?

USG
Mode? Mode of what?
post #360 of 767
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Originally Posted by dallan View Post
Mode? Mode of what?
Oh boy

settings>system settings>usb mode> msc or mtp?
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