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post #751 of 4040
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Originally Posted by DMinor View Post

Call me Maybe (crazy) as I am getting another one tomorrow. wink_face.gif

Not crazy, you are doing a great service to us who are interested in getting the biggest storage possible.

 

One request though, kindly try them with RockBox too.

post #752 of 4040
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Originally Posted by cmarti View Post

Not crazy, you are doing a great service to us who are interested in getting the biggest storage possible.

 

One request though, kindly try them with RockBox too.


You bet. I can't live without RB and anything short of making the RB work is considered a failure to me.

post #753 of 4040
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Originally Posted by DMinor View Post


You bet. I can't live without RB and anything short of making the RB work is considered a failure to me.

Well hopefully it works.  If it does do you have access to a classic 7G?

post #754 of 4040
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Originally Posted by Poimandres View Post

Well hopefully it works.  If it does do you have access to a classic 7G?


Sorry I have nothing but the iPod video's. LOL

post #755 of 4040
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Originally Posted by DMinor View Post

LOL I am taking over this thread.

Hey I just ordered this adapter. It appears this adapter is different from the ones tried by a couple of forum members. Once I receive it, I will test a couple of mSATA's from 128gb to 256gb. Not giving up on this concept yet even with the setbacks encountered by others who have tried. One advantage I have is there are plenty of iPod video's to try at my disposal, including all versions (5g/30gb, 5.5g/30gb, 5g/60gb and 5.5g/80gb, LOL). Call me Maybe (crazy) as I am getting another one tomorrow. wink_face.gif

Maybe.

LOL
post #756 of 4040
I gave up on RB because I couldn't get my head around the whole playlist thing. Maybe someone at the NYC meet in April will be able to school me.
post #757 of 4040
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Originally Posted by icefalkon View Post

I gave up on RB because I couldn't get my head around the whole playlist thing. Maybe someone at the NYC meet in April will be able to school me.


Steve just give up on the playlist instead of the RB. Use the folder and sub-folder. Personally I don't see the need for playlist with the folders. There are people there dying for the RB yet you simply throw it away. Are you sure? :)

post #758 of 4040
LOL ok...splain me D...what is this about folders....? I honestly just played with it for a few hours and then just reformatted the card.

So once I have it installed...I what...create a folder called say....winter gym...classical...metal...etc...then pop the songs where I want them?
post #759 of 4040
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Originally Posted by icefalkon View Post


So once I have it installed...I what...create a folder called say....winter gym...classical...metal...etc...then pop the songs where I want them?

There you go Steve. You can create folders in folders. To me that's good enough.

post #760 of 4040
I guess I am old school. I setup the folders by artist and album. I never know what I want to listen to and with 160 gb full of flacs I can't think of a better way.
post #761 of 4040

The battery finally drained completely with a running time of 21h 46m 35s. I never expected the CF swap would make such a huge difference. BTW, everything played during the running time was in FLAC.

 

So with the CF swap what's your guy's normal running time for a full charge?

post #762 of 4040
What compression level flac? I compress all of mine to zero or 1 i cant remember the setting, it used to be the fastest with the least compression; until recently I noticed that dbpoweramp offers a no compression flac. I would think that the more compressed the flac was the quicker the battery would drain.
Edited by Poimandres - 12/28/12 at 10:58am
post #763 of 4040

Level 5.

post #764 of 4040

For those who are thinking about trying those mSATA to ZIF adapter, here is a little info I found out:

 

Adapter #1

Adapter #2

Adapter #3

 

I believe #3 was the one previously tried by a couple of forum members. #2 looks like the same as #3, but when you examine closely they are actually not exactly the same.

 

Now the adapter I ordered a couple of days ago is the #1. I asked the eBay seller what the difference is between #1 & #2, and the reply is "yes,they are same function.The quality is different.".

 

Anyway, it will take a while to receive the adapter and we'll see how the the test results will be. Honestly I don't hold too high hope on this (especially wrt Rockbox given the feedback from other forum members who have tried) but just want to give it a shot using a different adapter.

post #765 of 4040
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Originally Posted by DMinor View Post

For those who are thinking about trying those mSATA to ZIF adapter, here is a little info I found out:

 

Adapter #1

Adapter #2

Adapter #3

 

I believe #3 was the one previously tried by a couple of forum members. #2 looks like the same as #3, but when you examine closely they are actually not exactly the same.

 

Now the adapter I ordered a couple of days ago is the #1. I asked the eBay seller what the difference is between #1 & #2, and the reply is "yes,they are same function.The quality is different.".

 

Anyway, it will take a while to receive the adapter and we'll see how the the test results will be. Honestly I don't hold too high hope on this (especially wrt Rockbox given the feedback from other forum members who have tried) but just want to give it a shot using a different adapter.

Don't you love when they answer like that?

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