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post #346 of 477

i'm very sorry, my wrong. I forgot to insert "probably" in my earlier post (just corrected it).

 

So I haven't compared anything yet, again i apologise for this inconvenience.

 

 

post #347 of 477

This is gettin old ... no updates. I used to be a patient man, but ever since the D3 began performing poorly, video and music stop for no reason at times, I have lost my patience.

 

 

 

post #348 of 477

yeah....4D...anything new?

post #349 of 477
Thread Starter 

I've been watch for updates every day, and so far Cowon has updated the C2 but nothing yet for the D3.

post #350 of 477

I'd rather have a C2 than a D3.

post #351 of 477
Thread Starter 

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by Achmedisdead View Post

I'd rather have a C2 than a D3.

Other than the C2 not being an Android player, you might be right.  I'll eventually review one too.
 

 


Edited by 4DThinker - 5/25/11 at 5:41am
post #352 of 477
Quote:
Originally Posted by Achmedisdead View Post

I'd rather have a C2 than a D3.


The C2's screen is probably to small to watch movies.

 

post #353 of 477
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheDreamthinker View Post




The C2's screen is probably to small to watch movies.

 


I'm not sure I'd like to watch an entire movie on any screen under seven inches, to be honest....but for shorter videos, my Touch 4G works quite well with the retina display.wink_face.gif

 

post #354 of 477
Quote:
Originally Posted by Achmedisdead View Post

I'm not sure I'd like to watch an entire movie on any screen under seven inches, to be honest....but for shorter videos, my Touch 4G works quite well with the retina display.wink_face.gif

 


 

But i think the D3 is quite good in this regard.

post #355 of 477

Hi,

 

just read the entire thread... Ouch!

 

I'm tempted by the D3, even with all the critics, that eventually have more or less practically all been adressed in Firmware update.

I just have one question: is it compatible/usable with an Apple macbook? I'll just connect it through USB, and drag and drop my music files, video files, pictures, and so on?

 

Thanks alot,

post #356 of 477
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While it "should" work with your macbook, the most frequent crises I hear about with non-apple devices almost always come after "I plugged it into my mac...".  Proceed at your own risk, and be sure to safely eject it (whatever that is called on a mac) before unplugging it.

post #357 of 477

Ok,

 

I think Mac is creating hidden files and folders in disks/folders it opens. Usually, these are hidden simply by the old UNIX trick consisting of a name begining with a dot (.)

Under a Mac, one cannot usually see these, unless opening a UNIX terminal, and browsing in shell (cd XXX, cd .., ls -lsf for full listing of files and folders, hidden also shown, rm or mv these .names, and it should clear out problems, no?

 

No one else here with Mac - cowon experience?

 

Thanks alot

post #358 of 477
Quote:
Originally Posted by GregVDS View Post

I think Mac is creating hidden files and folders in disks/folders it opens. Usually, these are hidden simply by the old UNIX trick consisting of a name begining with a dot (.)

Under a Mac, one cannot usually see these, unless opening a UNIX terminal, and browsing in shell (cd XXX, cd .., ls -lsf for full listing of files and folders, hidden also shown, rm or mv these .names, and it should clear out problems, no?



I don't see why that wouldn't work. I use linux which is similar as far as UNIX goes, and that would work. In Linux you just have to press ctrl+H and it shows hidden files; I'm not sure if there's a similar option in Mac or not.

post #359 of 477

When is the firmware update in English available, anyone know? Or how long after the Korean version comes out does the English version come out.

post #360 of 477

Just wondering if anyone has been using this with the digital out via the tv out composite cable?

I primarily want to use this with my amp or DAC or the same at friends houses. I would then pretty much have a portable decent audio source.

I simply have 2 requirements AND as so far no mp3 player or PMP around today seems to satisfy it.

-Digital output either Coaxial or optical
-Gapless playback of flac files

The gapless i assume will be added in the future (apparently you can use rockbox or other apps), but is anyone using this with the digital out? Any problems or difficulty? Can u in fact use it to play audio through the video out cable, ie feed my audio into a dac? Or is it only video at this stage?

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