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post #16 of 32
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Originally Posted by travisg View Post

According to ABI this thing should cure cancer,get rid of world hunger and be a free energy source all because lord knows it will have a flat RMAA graph


It also should be a mandatory purchase before you are allowed to sign  up, You don't even have to listen to it just looks at the flat RMAA graphs as that is more pleasing then any real music.

post #17 of 32

Meh, I'd rather get the upcoming Samsung YP-Q3. It's got, finally, tactile controls!!!

post #18 of 32

When is the inter-forum war going to start?

post #19 of 32
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Originally Posted by patalp View Post

When is the inter-forum war going to start?


When did it end?

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post #21 of 32

Good one, Anaxilus

And back on topic, the controls look to be quite... form over function... and if the GUI and OS is anything like past Sandisk products.... this'll be a pretty lame device.

Atleast until the Rockbox guys get it 'fixed'

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When did it end?

post #22 of 32

Yeah I wouldn't touch this new player with a stick until Rockbox was semi stable on it.

post #23 of 32
Thread Starter 

A leak and an actual press release are completely different.
 

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Originally Posted by Hero Kid View Post

Hasn't this already been discussed here? http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/507974/sansa-fuze#post_6864648

post #24 of 32

To say the least I am also dissapointed at this, looks like who ever designed this player rushed it, no thought was put into it and seem to going on Ipods Bandwagon, sorry but I say the old Fuze or previous is far better, interesting to see what the next Clip will look like.

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Originally Posted by Albinoni View Post

To say the least I am also dissapointed at this, looks like who ever designed this player rushed it, no thought was put into it and seem to going on Ipods Bandwagon, sorry but I say the old Fuze or previous is far better, interesting to see what the next Clip will look like.


I don't see this as iPod-like at all.....the wheel is gone! The original Fuze was much more a rip-off of the iPod form factor.

post #26 of 32
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Originally Posted by Achmedisdead View Post

SlotRadio is definitely a fail. The SlotMusic cards, if they had been FLAC, might have been worth considering, but SLotRadio, no way.


I bought my mother a sansa clip+ with a slot radio card filled with 80-90s music, so I didn't have to download anything for her. But that's the only thing that it is good for.

Anyways, that sansa looks like a creative/samsung hybrid of some sort, I can't quite seem to put my finger on it..

post #27 of 32

The white Fuze+ looks hot though. But it would be ugly if the Line-out is on the USB connector on the side, which is most probable.

post #28 of 32

Looks like I'll be sticking with my current generation 8GB Fuze.


Capacitive touch controls is a big minus for me on a player like that. Tactile controls all the way.

post #29 of 32
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It also should be a mandatory purchase before you are allowed to sign  up, You don't even have to listen to it just looks at the flat RMAA graphs as that is more pleasing then any real music.


Yeah because the redbook standard clearly states your player should have tons of rolloff and be colored.

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Yeah because the redbook standard clearly states your player should have tons of rolloff and be colored.

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