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post #796 of 838
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Originally Posted by goodvibes View Post

Even if updated, it takes 5 min. to reload the FW and all should be fine. It's likely you removed a card while te unit was on without knowing and that can mess with it. Reloading the FW as described in the updates will solve it.



You mean you are not suppose to remove a card while the unit is on?


Maybe its time for me to reload the firmware lol.

 

That could be why the SD cards are taking loner to load now... This is only and issue though on the initial load but after this the load is very short on the next start ups.

post #797 of 838

Sounds like you're getting away with it and who knows all the variables. May depend on what the unit is doing with it at the time but pretty much.

post #798 of 838

Fixed it! Thanks guys. I really need to fully restored it. I didn't delete and format the internal memory before so it didn't work when I restored it. The second time I wiped everything and now everything is back to normal.

 

Btw, anyone here tried the Rocoo P with Senns HD650? Is it good enough to drive the HD650?


Edited by Jazzyfi - 2/9/12 at 5:38am
post #799 of 838

I tried it and you are 100% right. I thought what a nonsense is this.. but after I tried I love the Rocoo even more. Tried with some MP3s, difference are subtle. But then I tried the newest Richie Kotzen album in FLAC and wow! The slapping, popping bass is just great, punchy, right amount of bass.
 

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So I'm finding that I actually prefer the btn (button) sound enabled with the RoCoo. I don't know if they mix it in or if it's an overlay and buffer involved but it adds a tiny bit of presence to the mix that for me, gives it a more natural presentation. I know, it goes against the grain to think adding something is better, especially for those of us that don't care for EQ but there you go. Before the top opened up from run in and I had tried the BA FW, I preferred the BTN disabled but now, run in with the stock FW which I do think best, the default setup with Btn sound enabled is what I like best. Comforting to know that it's best as delivered once it has time on it. I discussed this with another poster that hears it too and yes, we agree, we've fallen into the deep end of the pool.bigsmile_face.gif



 


Edited by Jazzyfi - 2/9/12 at 6:32am
post #800 of 838

To be honest, it really depends on the phone I'm using. There's no 'right or wrong here.

post #801 of 838
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Originally Posted by goodvibes View Post

To be honest, it really depends on the phone I'm using. There's no 'right or wrong here.



Synergy? To make or break a rig...

post #802 of 838

That tiny bump is just what my SE5 needs :).
 

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Originally Posted by goodvibes View Post

To be honest, it really depends on the phone I'm using. There's no 'right or wrong here.



 

post #803 of 838
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Originally Posted by Jazzyfi View Post

That tiny bump is just what my SE5 needs :).
 



 



I envy you Jazzyfi lol. I so want a pair of SE5 ways. Maybe one day you could help me in acquiring a pair of my own as they don't ship to the USA :).

post #804 of 838

Its the best custom for me (up to now). Very comfortable, great isolation. I'm using it live on stage so comfort is my priority. If you are serious ordering it I can help you with forwarding it USA. You need to take into account that shipping from the Netherlands to USA is really expensive. Especially if you want to use DHL or Fedex. Normal post cost about 27 euro ~ $35-40.

 

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I envy you Jazzyfi lol. I so want a pair of SE5 ways. Maybe one day you could help me in acquiring a pair of my own as they don't ship to the USA :).



 

post #805 of 838
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Originally Posted by Jazzyfi View Post

Its the best custom for me (up to now). Very comfortable, great isolation. I'm using it live on stage so comfort is my priority. If you are serious ordering it I can help you with forwarding it USA. You need to take into account that shipping from the Netherlands to USA is really expensive. Especially if you want to use DHL or Fedex. Normal post cost about 27 euro ~ $35-40.

 



 



How much would really expensive be? I'm still up on the fence about getting the Heir 8A. But if I have to pay customs fees for the Heir I might as well just go for the SE 5 Way instead. I've already made that clear to Dr. Moulton as well.

post #806 of 838

You can check it yourself in their website. Last time I checked the Fedex was 70 euro ($90).

post #807 of 838

For the card problem, it was mentioned in another thread that if you inadvertantly cause a card problem that just emptying the system folder without a FW reload fixes it. Seems to work fine and takes less than 1 minute.bigsmile_face.gif

post #808 of 838
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post


Download mp3tag. Remove the FLAC v3.2 tags and keep the v3.1. You can do this by going into the options/tools tab and selecting the remove v3.2 tags. Make sure you have read all tags checked as well. Once you have done this apply the settings. Drag your library to the directory. Select remove all tags. After all tags have been removed select undo changes. This will automatically restore all v3.1 tags (FLAC) and will not restore the v3.2 tags. This works like a charm for me. Good luck.

 


Thanks Lee730 , this turned out to be good advice. Had loaded a few flacs that weren't recognized; had a little question mark next to the file name when seen on the Rocoo's screen in resource manager. Obviously they wouldn't play. Removed the tags then hit undo with the settings only allowed to write the v3.1 tags back; worked like a champ! It plays mp3 files regardless of the tag version but is the reason it takes so long to initialize on startup due to the v3.2 tags present? Takes about 30-40 sec (i've never timed it) but I wouldn't expect it to take even that long. 

 

post #809 of 838

It could possibly be the reason. Try and see if you have 2 types of tags embedded in your mp3 files. If so I recommend you get rid of the 3.2 and just keep 3.1. Also if you can remove all the album art from your files. You can do this all in one sweep. So you place all your music files from your rocoo into mp3 tag directory. Then highlight all those files and then right click on the album art cover on the bottom left side of the mp3 tag program (select remove cover and then save). This should remove all album art in one sweep. Just make sure you save or it will undo it all.

 

My 32GB SD card full of FLAC files takes less than 10 seconds to load on each start up (more like 5 secs) so I think something isn't right in your tags. But when you take the SD card out and put it back in it will take a bit longer to load that initial time. Maybe 30 seconds or so is about right and then every other restart should be 5 secs. Good luck and I hope this works for you. Seems 3.2 tags don't play real nice on this player so maybe opt for 3.1 tags for all your mp3 files. But first see if you have mixed tags (3.1 and 3.2) and clear the unnecessary clutter which may just solve the issues regardless of the tags you have.
 

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Thanks Lee730 , this turned out to be good advice. Had loaded a few flacs that weren't recognized; had a little question mark next to the file name when seen on the Rocoo's screen in resource manager. Obviously they wouldn't play. Removed the tags then hit undo with the settings only allowed to write the v3.1 tags back; worked like a champ! It plays mp3 files regardless of the tag version but is the reason it takes so long to initialize on start up due to the v3.2 tags present? Takes about 30-40 sec (I've never timed it) but I wouldn't expect it to take even that long. 

 



 


Edited by lee730 - 2/12/12 at 9:36am
post #810 of 838

It took quite a while for me to go through and clean the tags and remove covers; I chose to go through album by album. Not a problem as after this it will be a trivial thing to bring music in then open MP3 tag and navigate to the new music to clean up. But it is definitely initializing much quicker; probably half the time as before. Thanks again Lee smile.gif

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