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post #676 of 838

Having the center button longer tap take us back one folder instead of all the way to resource management would be great. More taps on the back button in sequence could then get us all the way back to the start screens.

post #677 of 838

jack, can you release a new firmware that can integrate the internal memory and micro sd into 1 big music folder? i think this is quite critical feature..

 

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Also Jack could you change firmware for accessing our music files? Once you start playing music from a specific folder there is no way to go back to select different songs from that same folder. This would greatly improve the UI in my opinion. Instead of having to go back to resources to access songs from that very same folder, or different folders for that matter. This is one area the Hifiman 601 UI is better and I can see this issue easily resolved with a firmware update. Other than that I really don't see any other issues with the UI in general...

 

this one too..


Edited by i_djoel2000 - 1/9/12 at 9:10am
post #678 of 838

Another suggestions that came to mind was to offer some way to adjust the volume when not in the now playing menu. I've encountered many times where when switching the player on, the volume level stays at whatever setting it was last left at. Hence, there's no way to change the previous volume setting without playing a song first, and sometimes, the song begins playing louder than one would like for it to. I've found that throughout the day, I start listening at very low volumes, and slowly increase the volume over the span of listening. So by the end of it, the last level at which I left the volume at is slightly higher than what I'd like for the starting volume to be. Hope that makes sense. redface.gif

post #679 of 838
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Another suggestions that came to mind was to offer some way to adjust the volume when not in the now playing menu. I've encountered many times where when switching the player on, the volume level stays at whatever setting it was last left at. Hence, there's no way to change the previous volume setting without playing a song first, and sometimes, the song begins playing louder than one would like for it to. I've found that throughout the day, I start listening at very low volumes, and slowly increase the volume over the span of listening. So by the end of it, the last level at which I left the volume at is slightly higher than what I'd like for the starting volume to be. Hope that makes sense. redface.gif



even an ipod will require you to go to now playing first to set the volume

 

a little bit irrational i must say

post #680 of 838
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Originally Posted by goodvibes View Post

Having the center button longer tap take us back one folder instead of all the way to resource management would be great. More taps on the back button in sequence could then get us all the way back to the start screens.



That sounds like a good idea. So one quick tap to reset the song. Two taps to go back a song. And one longer tap or hold to go back one menu (back into the folder list you accessed).

post #681 of 838

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Originally Posted by i_djoel2000 View Post

a little bit irrational i must say


Not in the least. iPod or no iPod, my $20 Clip+ has this feature. Both the Clip+ and Studio have dedicated volume up and down keys, so why not have them function in all menu's, like in the Clip+, and not only in the now playing? Seems practical to me.


Edited by i2ehan - 1/9/12 at 10:01am
post #682 of 838
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Originally Posted by i2ehan View Post

Another suggestions that came to mind was to offer some way to adjust the volume when not in the now playing menu. I've encountered many times where when switching the player on, the volume level stays at whatever setting it was last left at. Hence, there's no way to change the previous volume setting without playing a song first, and sometimes, the song begins playing louder than one would like for it to. I've found that throughout the day, I start listening at very low volumes, and slowly increase the volume over the span of listening. So by the end of it, the last level at which I left the volume at is slightly higher than what I'd like for the starting volume to be. Hope that makes sense. redface.gif


I love low volume listening as well. Problem is if its not in a quite environment I get POD lol. That is one reason why I am looking forward to my Custom TF10s. Just gotta make sure to use it in the appropriate environments (don't wanna die enjoying my passion RFLMAO).

 

post #683 of 838

Joined the auction, looks like a great little player.

post #684 of 838
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post

Also Jack could you change firmware for accessing our music files? Once you start playing music from a specific folder there is no way to go back to select different songs from that same folder. This would greatly improve the UI in my opinion. Instead of having to go back to resources to access songs from that very same folder, or different folders for that matter. This is one area the Hifiman 601 UI is better and I can see this issue easily resolved with a firmware update. Other than that I really don't see any other issues with the UI in general...


+2, this is all I want for Christmas (2011) wink.gif

post #685 of 838

Just won one these.  tongue_smile.gif

post #686 of 838
Thread Starter 

 

Thank all Headfiers suggestions on the UI, I will forward your opinions to our technical department for reference.

 

We will be keeping to perfect the UI until it is easy to  operate the player.

 

 

post #687 of 838
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Just won one these.  tongue_smile.gif



Congrats; prepare to enjoy L3000.gif

 

I'm absolutely smitten with mine! I put a 16gb card in it and loaded the thing with FLAC and 320kb mp3 files and I'm just lovin it

post #688 of 838
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That sounds like a good idea. So one quick tap to reset the song. Two taps to go back a song. And one longer tap or hold to go back one menu (back into the folder list you accessed).


Some of the other suggestions I think would only further complicate things; I do like this one though. Good idea! I don't need or want lots of options or to have to do a lot of configuring of settings. It's refreshing IMHO to just put music in it and it works; it just works. Just decide if you want to play through the folder or shuffle the library; that's it. They could have left the EQ presets out if there isn't going to be a manual one (not that it needs it).

 

post #689 of 838
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Just won one these.  tongue_smile.gif



What did you win the Rocoo or studio?

post #690 of 838
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Just won one these.  tongue_smile.gif



Me too :D (ROCOO P)

But it's more that I bought it ,still have to pay :P


Edited by maniac2003 - 1/10/12 at 6:56am
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