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post #1711 of 3110
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Originally Posted by putente View Post

 

 

I'm using aroldan's Rockbox builds since June/July in my 160GB Classic that I bought new, and I've yet to find a bug. Zero problems so far in my case...

if u dnt mind can u pm me da link to download as well as a installing guide.. sry for being a pain dude.. 

post #1712 of 3110
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Originally Posted by Sylaw View Post

if u dnt mind can u pm me da link to download as well as a installing guide.. sry for being a pain dude.. 


All the info you need is in the first post :)

In case aroldans build is not stable you can use the automated daily build, the link for that is also in the first post.

post #1713 of 3110
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Originally Posted by saratoga View Post

 

 

 

No, we just set the volume to 0dB for the line out.  Its actually fully adjustable though, so you could pretty easily hack up the source to change the line out level if you want by just calling audiohw_set_lineout_vol from inside the audiohw_set_master_vol function.

 

And while I don't mean to pick on you guys since this seems like a common misconception, but line out doesn't 'bypass' anything, and you certainly are 'double amping' if you hook up another amp to the line out. On modern electronics, a line out is basically a second amp that has its volume adjusted independently of the headphone amp for use with powered speakers. Its to prevent you from blowing out accessories while allowing the DAC vendor to save money by not including the whole cost of a second headphone amp. Usually its just a cheaper amp that doesn't need as much current capacity since its discharged into a higher impedance load then the main amp. Unless something is weird with the design, the output into a high impedance load should be identical. Given how well the Classic's headphone amp drives a high impedance load, there is almost certainly no improvement from using the line out.

 

I'm sorry I don't understand. Is this a cut and paste from someplace? LOD is not a direct inline it i controlled internally?

post #1714 of 3110
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I'm sorry I don't understand. Is this a cut and paste from someplace? LOD is not a direct inline it i controlled internally?

 

 

No its not copied from somewhere, why would it be?  And yes, the volume on the line out is controlled by the driver.  You can set it to whatever you like by calling the functions I listed above.  

post #1715 of 3110
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Originally Posted by saratoga View Post

 

 

No its not copied from somewhere, why would it be?  And yes, the volume on the line out is controlled by the driver.  You can set it to whatever you like by calling the functions I listed above.  

Ok...the reason I asked about cut and paste was in case there is more to read.

 

I always thought that the LOD was a in line connection with no ability to be 'tweaked' from inside the iPod. The only way to transform the sound and control the volume was from whatever source the LOD went to.

post #1716 of 3110
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Originally Posted by Saraguie View Post

Ok...the reason I asked about cut and paste was in case there is more to read.

 

I always thought that the LOD was a in line connection with the data coming out having no ability to be 'tweaked' from inside the iPod. The only way to transform the sound and control the volume was from whatever source the LOD went to.

post #1717 of 3110
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Originally Posted by Saraguie View Post

Ok...the reason I asked about cut and paste was in case there is more to read.

 

I always thought that the LOD was a in line connection with no ability to be 'tweaked' from inside the iPod. The only way to transform the sound and control the volume was from whatever source the LOD went to.

 

No, its no different from the headphone jack aside from the higher output impedance on it's amp.  Makes it a little cheaper to make and probably saves some battery since the amp is much less powerful.  

post #1718 of 3110

aroldan's latest Rockbox build (121026) up and running over here. Flawless as usual! Thanks, aroldanbeerchug.gif

post #1719 of 3110

"aroldan's latest Rockbox build (121026) up and running over here. Flawless as usual! Thanks, aroldanbeerchug.gif"

 

Hi, do you have any idea of the changelog or any link to see it?

Thanks in advance

post #1720 of 3110
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Originally Posted by salutcestbooby View Post

"aroldan's latest Rockbox build (121026) up and running over here. Flawless as usual! Thanks, aroldanbeerchug.gif"

 

Hi, do you have any idea of the changelog or any link to see it?

Thanks in advance

I haven't had time lately to spend on make other changes. I just sync'd with latest RB commit and applied my patches:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/bnavehlrmgh0zlt/OJqZGzLrEb

post #1721 of 3110

For some reason, the battery display is always at around 50 percent. Can't seem to get past that. Is anyone else having the same problem. I've used both the updated aroldan build and the official one.

post #1722 of 3110

thanks aroldan for this latest build! ksc75smile.gif

post #1723 of 3110

Just installed Rockbox on my Classic for the first time. Seems great so far!

 

beerchug.gif

post #1724 of 3110
My iPod 6th gen 1 80gb, running rockbox arnoland's build for 2 days until now, and its good, I love it.
But, I found some issue.
1. When I turn on my rockboxed ipod and I plug my UE TF10 iem, I hear a hiss noise. After I play some songs then pause it, the hiss gone. But if I turn the ipod off and on again, the hiss alwais heard.

2. When I turn the volume up and down while the player in pause mode, I hear a noise...

How can I fix it?
post #1725 of 3110

looks interesting!

im getting an ipod video 5g but havent played around with it yet

suppose i dont like rockbox and want to switch back to the original apple interface- just use itunes to factory reset?

thanks

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