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Usually I think mp3 uses less battery life. But I've heard if you were using WAV you actually save more battery life than even mp3 :).
 

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I say don't bother with APE.....who uses that anymore? FLAC and ALAC support are all good. Any time I've come across APE files, the first thing I do is convert them to FLAC.

APE format is more common in China!

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It's still a nice feature to have. I mean if it really saved enough space and still had similar battery life I'd be likely to convert my files on the device (not my actual files) to APE to benefit from the saved space. Although I agree with you I don't see it as a requirement at all. But it shows you their dedication and support as a whole.

Indeed it does, good on them for doing that. 

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Usually I think mp3 uses less battery life. But I've heard if you were using WAV you actually save more battery life than even mp3 :).
 

It'll be a cold day in hell with flying pigs filling the skies before I use WAV on a DAP. biggrin.gif

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It'll be a cold day in hell with flying pigs filling the skies before I use WAV on a DAP. biggrin.gif


That day is coming soon then lol. I'm gonna be doing the switch to WAV when the space becomes available and cheaper. I feel the sound is better so :).

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That day is coming soon then lol. I'm gonna be doing the switch to WAV when the space becomes available and cheaper. I feel the sound is better so :).

Yeah, you've mentioned that before. Whatever works for you! smile.gif

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I use 24/48 WAV on Rocoo BA, love it. 32 GB is plenty for your HD albums. Unless you use your portable sources at home or you are constantly on the go there is really no reason to need more than 32 GB.


We can get 64 SD and microSD relatively cheaply right now. 

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I use 24/48 WAV on Rocoo BA, love it. 32 GB is plenty for your HD albums. Unless you use your portable sources at home or you are constantly on the go there is really no reason to need more than 32 GB.


We can get 64 SD and microSD relatively cheaply right now. 


I use a 64GB card in my Studio V :). I have about 2,500 FLAC files and it works great :).

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I use a 64GB card in my Studio V :). I have about 2,500 FLAC files and it works great :).

Good on you, if I was in your case the navigation task would be a nightmare for me. 

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Good on you, if I was in your case the navigation task would be a nightmare for me. 


lol not really. I have everything set up via the resource menu ;). So everything is pretty much how I want it. I mean not as particular as playlists but the files that I wanted are all in the folders I put them in. So its setup like playlists for me. The best way to access music IMO.

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lol not really. I have everything set up via the resource menu ;). So everything is pretty much how I want it. I mean not as particular as playlists but the files that I wanted are all in the folders I put them in. So its setup like playlists for me. The best way to access music IMO.

The problem is when I have too many folders I forget what I have in my SD card, and yes I am that lazy to look through the entire folders. The navigation is just a little harder now considering how my up navigation key has stiffened up alot, got to send it back to repair. 

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Yeah you have a point there lol. That is one thing I really like about the DX100. Even if I forget where I put a track I can do a search and pull it up and pinpoint what folder it is in or I can just play it directly :).
 

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Sorry not now because the firmware still not the final version , and the Soc will working in different speed ( up to 600MHz) so I can't answer your question now 


Thanks for the response and I'm looking forward to its release.

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Yeah you have a point there lol. That is one thing I really like about the DX100. Even if I forget where I put a track I can do a search and pull it up and pinpoint what folder it is in or I can just play it directly :).
 

 

yes, you got something and you lost something, a touch screen and a Android system can help a lot to find a sound track or a song. nothing is perfect. we did consider to develop an Android DAP but it is not necessary now because

 

you can't balance the cost, battery life and the size. Trust me, it will be a nightmare if you want to enter the letters if you have not a big screen like DX100 or you have not the full keyboard like RIM.

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Oops, didn't see the other pages! xD
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