I do not have a DX100, but since it is an Android OS based device, and based on what I have read in other threads, you put the music on the device through seeing the device as an external storage device, like a USB flash drive would appear on your mac. You just need to drag and drop the files highlighted in iTunes onto the device. This destroys the folder system created by iTunes to store your files, so whatever songs you drag onto the device will not be in seperate folders based on artist or anything, just all disordered in a large folder.
What I do not know, is how well the DX100 plays with the folder structure of iTunes, meaning that if i go into Finder (Windows Explorer on Win) and open the iTunes folder all my iTunes music is stored in, and copy and paste the folders of the artists I want on the device, if the DX100 will be okay with that format of folders with the artist name with folders of the albums by said artist which contains the audio files attempting to be played.
Originally Posted by Kremer930
I hope that someone may have some experience with this. I think that I remember reading some comments on it somewhere in the last 171 pages but if someone who has the DX100 can give there impressions I would be grateful.
How easy is it to use the DX100 with a library of ALAC tunes stored within itunes and using a Mac based set-up? I have tried to use a FLAC based library before with a Cowon J3 but it is just too hard. I find that itunes has a way better user interface and simpler music sorting process etc IMO. Does the DX100 make this a viable option for a Mac user?
Thanks for your help. I am trying to justify this toy.....