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post #811 of 913
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Originally Posted by SansuiAU8500 View Post
 

Cool I bought one and rockboxed it, sounds amazing for $35.

 

Yes it does and it also measures better than most 'audiophile' players.

post #812 of 913

I got this player just for portability to use at the gym, but after putting RockBox on it I'm really surprised what a ridiculous value it is!

post #813 of 913

I just Rockbox'd my Clip + which I'm using with Phonak PFE232 IEMs and my Arrow 4G amp. It seems that the amp hurts the sound and the Clip+ sounds better without it. Is there some settings I should configure on the Clip to help with this? Can anyone suggest some things I should configure to help get the best sound possible with this setup? Thanks!

post #814 of 913
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Originally Posted by rbf1138 View Post
 

I just Rockbox'd my Clip + which I'm using with Phonak PFE232 IEMs and my Arrow 4G amp. It seems that the amp hurts the sound and the Clip+ sounds better without it. Is there some settings I should configure on the Clip to help with this? Can anyone suggest some things I should configure to help get the best sound possible with this setup? Thanks!

 

The Rockbox volume should be set at 0db and then you control volume with the amp.

post #815 of 913
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Originally Posted by Achmedisdead View Post
 

 

The Rockbox volume should be set at 0db and then you control volume with the amp.

 

And as per the discussion with others, how do you feel about using gain? If I don't hear a hiss at the first gain setting, should I use it?

post #816 of 913
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Originally Posted by rbf1138 View Post
 

 

And as per the discussion with others, how do you feel about using gain? If I don't hear a hiss at the first gain setting, should I use it?

 

Do you mean the gain settings on the amp? If so, I believe it is recommended to start off with low and only use high if  you feel that your 'phones need it. 

post #817 of 913
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Originally Posted by Achmedisdead View Post

it is recommended to start off with low and only use high if  you feel that your 'phones need it. 

Meaning, if it doesn't get loud enough at the low gain setting.
post #818 of 913

Recently my old Clip+ died and I just ordered a new one, I will be RBing this one too. I am re-welcome to the club I guess. When I have time, I will also check the thread and read what I have been missing so far ;)

 

However I see Achmed is Dead is around here, so it must be both fun and informative :beerchug:

post #819 of 913
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Originally Posted by AmberOzL View Post
 

Recently my old Clip+ died and I just ordered a new one, I will be RBing this one too. I am re-welcome to the club I guess. When I have time, I will also check the thread and read what I have been missing so far ;)

 

However I see Achmed is Dead is around here, so it must be both fun and informative :beerchug:

 

I try! 

post #820 of 913

is there a way to play all your music at once on a rockboxed clip+ despite being in different folders?
i have all my songs separated by folders in my micro SD so it looks more organized.
sometimes i just want to play all my songs at once and leave it on shuffle while taking my one hour ride home from a long day.

didnt realize there was a rockboxed clip+ appreciation thread.

post #821 of 913

Database -> Songs. Turn on shuffle from the playback menu.

post #822 of 913

thank you very much.

post #823 of 913

There is also a hotkey that brings up the shuffle/repeat options, just hold down the "home" button from the now playing screen.

post #824 of 913

how long does a rockboxed clip+ battery life last if only flac is played at -33db.

post #825 of 913

While writing this, my Clip+ is being charged and I am going to RB it, I already got the Rockbox Utility. Again, I got my old friend next to me ;)

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