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post #676 of 3249

Identify: perhaps this Apple supportpage helps.


Edited by AWRog - 4/20/12 at 6:22am
post #677 of 3249

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Originally Posted by randomkid View Post

im very happy with rockbox on my 7G, it also runs flawlessly.

 

also the 5G heapdhone out has treble roll off, which is due to the circuitry. the 7G is a lot more accurate. the 6G is the worst i think.

 

i trust my ears, having a 5.5G a 6G and 7G i can test and say the 7G sound the cleanest and most neutral.

 

people like the 5G for its analogue sound, i prefer the analytical sound of the 7G

Just out of curiosity does that apply to rockbox fw? since the classic uses one rockbox fw for the three revs of the classic .

 

post #678 of 3249

Thanks for the advice guys (denest and r100). I did the reinstall and now it works. PC still doesn't recognize the USB sometimes but does after a few tries.

Other than that, it's fine. The harddrive does spin crazily when starting up but it's probably normal. :D

post #679 of 3249

To the people posting their own patched builds:

 

Is it easy to edit those patches yourself before implementing them? I'd like to test if vcore 1.000V @ 54 MHz would be stable. If so, maybe even 0.950V?

I know the HDD eats most of the battery but it shuts down when the RAM is filled with new songs. The CPU is always running and thus would be interesting to save a little more energy there..

post #680 of 3249

I was trying some new patches along with the latest revision. In this build the following patches have been applied:

  • Vcore reduced from 1.050V to 1.000V @ 54MHz
  • Add identify() call to reset procedures
  • filesystem events: Add a new event to trigger on file access
  • Fundamentally rewrite some aspects of the audio DSP
  • EQ 10 bands

 

I am trying it right now and it seems fine but please, use it on your own. I'm not responsible for any damages :)

post #681 of 3249

 

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Originally Posted by aroldan View Post

I was trying some new patches along with the latest revision. In this build the following patches have been applied:

  • Vcore reduced from 1.050V to 1.000V @ 54MHz
  • Add identify() call to reset procedures
  • filesystem events: Add a new event to trigger on file access
  • Fundamentally rewrite some aspects of the audio DSP
  • EQ 10 bands

 

I am trying it right now and it seems fine but please, use it on your own. I'm not responsible for any damages :)

 

Thanks for sharing this one! Confirmed working on 1G 80GB and 1G 160GB, will keep testing.

New selected songs really do load faster now, or is that just me?

post #682 of 3249

 

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Originally Posted by r100 View Post

 

 

Thanks for sharing this one! Confirmed working on 1G 80GB and 1G 160GB, will keep testing.

New selected songs really do load faster now, or is that just me?

 

Yes, songs do seem to load faster. Many thanks, aroldan!

 

About the Vcore change, only a bit of time will tell. But it all seems absolutely fine smile_phones.gif

post #683 of 3249
Quote:
Originally Posted by aroldan View Post

I was trying some new patches along with the latest revision. In this build the following patches have been applied:

  • Vcore reduced from 1.050V to 1.000V @ 54MHz
  • Add identify() call to reset procedures
  • filesystem events: Add a new event to trigger on file access
  • Fundamentally rewrite some aspects of the audio DSP
  • EQ 10 bands

 

I am trying it right now and it seems fine but please, use it on your own. I'm not responsible for any damages :)

 

Actually your previous build was so good that I am sticking with it until the next RB revision.

post #684 of 3249

I've been playing music since I upgraded the RB and the battery is great. It's been 8 hours of constant playing a playlist with about 60% of music in 24/48KHz and the battery is at 70%. Will report how long it lasts.

post #685 of 3249

 

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Originally Posted by aroldan View Post

I've been playing music since I upgraded the RB and the battery is great. It's been 8 hours of constant playing a playlist with about 60% of music in 24/48KHz and the battery is at 70%. Will report how long it lasts.

 

I've been using your build through school today, constantly playing mostly FLAC files and even watched some movies on it with the MPEG player.. 6 hours of that, and it was on around 60-70%!

Huge thanks for your build, no crashes or anything whatsoever. I've also noticed, like a few others, that songs load noticeably faster. (:

post #686 of 3249

Hmmm... maybe when I get back home I will have to try this.  Fun times!

post #687 of 3249
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Originally Posted by aroldan View Post

  • Fundamentally rewrite some aspects of the audio DSP

 

Aroldan, can you please explain what this means?

post #688 of 3249

 

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Originally Posted by cooperpwc View Post

 

Aroldan, can you please explain what this means?

 

Look at: http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/#/c/200/

post #689 of 3249
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Originally Posted by aroldan View Post

Look at: http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/#/c/200/

 

Thanks. I kind of understand that. :-)   So it's not likely to make SQ worse, I suppose...That is all that I really am asking.

post #690 of 3249

 

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Originally Posted by cooperpwc View Post

 

Thanks. I kind of understand that. :-)   So it's not likely to make SQ worse, I suppose...That is all that I really am asking.

 

For what I understand, it would rather improve it. smily_headphones1.gif

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