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post #616 of 828

thanks for the advice, - and no I haven't done it! -

post #617 of 828
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Originally Posted by Whippler View Post

I hope you haven't defragged your SSD:s on your computer since that will damage them. Also This player has flash storage  (like most mp3 players these days). Only HDD:s need defragmenting

 

To be more precise only Windows (FAT/NTFS) HDD need defragmentation !

post #618 of 828

SSD FTW :).
 

post #619 of 828

Is somebody managed to find case for Studio (ideally would be with belt clip)  ?

post #620 of 828

I've considered this. Would be easy enough to cut and fold. I carry mine in something like this for the time being http://www.ebay.com/itm/For-New-Kodak-EasyShare-M893-IS-M863-M763-Camera-Black-Case-/200818324571?pt=UK_Camera_Cases_Bags_Covers&hash=item2ec1b4745b Fits the IEMs as well and is semihard to not push buttons.


Edited by goodvibes - 10/11/12 at 7:51am
post #621 of 828

New Studio 3rd Anniversary  heavily discounted in my sig for those interested.

post #622 of 828

LOL at the 'very limited edition'. Somebody will be very happy to have it but I understand why you're not.

post #623 of 828

Yeh just down on the whole saga, someone else can have it and it is a hell of a lot cheaper than direct, and not much different now that i nail varnished that panel.

post #624 of 828
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Originally Posted by Remddd View Post

Is somebody managed to find case for Studio (ideally would be with belt clip)  ?

 

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Originally Posted by goodvibes View Post

I've considered this. Would be easy enough to cut and fold. I carry mine in something like this for the time being http://www.ebay.com/itm/For-New-Kodak-EasyShare-M893-IS-M863-M763-Camera-Black-Case-/200818324571?pt=UK_Camera_Cases_Bags_Covers&hash=item2ec1b4745b Fits the IEMs as well and is semihard to not push buttons.

 

I usually keep my Studio-V in my backpack 24/7 (college) in a waterproof (and probably impact proof) Pelican case along with my headphones. It looks something like this > http://www.amazon.com/Pelican-1010-045-110-i1010-Waterproof-Case/dp/B000ALFZOU/ref=sr_1_14?s=photo&ie=UTF8&qid=1349984769&sr=1-14&keywords=pelican+case+micro

 

Slightly bulky, but it is worth it to protect my investment.

post #625 of 828
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I usually keep my Studio-V in my backpack 24/7 (college) in a waterproof (and probably impact proof) Pelican case along with my headphones. It looks something like this > http://www.amazon.com/Pelican-1010-045-110-i1010-Waterproof-Case/dp/B000ALFZOU/ref=sr_1_14?s=photo&ie=UTF8&qid=1349984769&sr=1-14&keywords=pelican+case+micro

 

Slightly bulky, but it is worth it to protect my investment.

There was supposed to ne another link for the 1st part of my post. Added this.

http://www.bestskinsever.com/diy-skins

post #626 of 828
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Originally Posted by treal512 View Post

 

 

I usually keep my Studio-V in my backpack 24/7 (college) in a waterproof (and probably impact proof) Pelican case along with my headphones. It looks something like this > http://www.amazon.com/Pelican-1010-045-110-i1010-Waterproof-Case/dp/B000ALFZOU/ref=sr_1_14?s=photo&ie=UTF8&qid=1349984769&sr=1-14&keywords=pelican+case+micro

 

Slightly bulky, but it is worth it to protect my investment.

that kind of case , easy to find, i have one as well (travel case that came with IEMs), but want some kind of holster (Blackberry's holster would be best example ). i care less about protection rather than usability when i walk, and putting it to pocket not very appealing, holster would give access to all all buttons. Still looking )

post #627 of 828
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Originally Posted by Cryok95 View Post

 

That would be pointless. The memory on the studio V is probably flash.There are no hard drives on there, hence no fragmentation.

 

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Originally Posted by Whippler View Post

I hope you haven't defragged your SSD:s on your computer since that will damage them. Also This player has flash storage  (like most mp3 players these days). Only HDD:s need defragmenting

 

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Originally Posted by Migou67 View Post

 

To be more precise only Windows (FAT/NTFS) HDD need defragmentation !

 

 

Actually, flash memory can become fragmented:

 

 

http://www.wizcode.com/articles/comments/flash_memory_fragmentation_myths_and_facts/

 

 

I've on multiple occasions, after deleting and-or adding music, used the "Flash memory disks" options in My Defrag v4.3.1 to defragment my 2nd generation Studio V without issue.  I also defragment my SanDisk 64 GB MicroSDXC cards after adding-deleting music and have never had a problem.  

post #628 of 828

For me the fragmentation is noticeable only with the HDD due to their mechanical access to the data, but of course you can defragment a memory card.

post #629 of 828

I figured it's not a good idea on memory though... If the SD cards are anything like SSD (Solid State Drives) then it is detrimental to it and will damage it. You never defragment a Solid State drive... SSD are made of memory and no moving parts as well so I figured they are quite similar.
 

post #630 of 828

They are but it shouldn't damage anything. It's just more writes that get taken of the total but you should be able to rewrite the same block 5 times a day for 80 years before it fails. They will also just disregard that sector once it fails so no biggy. It's not like it just stops working.

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