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post #151 of 498
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Originally Posted by david1978jp View Post

I questioned the authenticity of claimed Class A; Hisound dodged it.

It is the matter of throwing around fancy words in order to sell higher price.

Later, I asked for firmware, and I was refused.

Holding the firmware to punish a customer? That's customer service to you.

 


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post #152 of 498
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Originally Posted by i_djoel2000 View Post


that's your punishment for being a naughty kid deadhorse.gif

 

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There is a dedicated thread with all the firmwares lol. Just type Studio V, rocoo p firmwares. ie2han posted this himself. Problem solved :)

 

post #153 of 498
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post


There is a dedicated thread with all the firmwares lol. Just type Studio V, rocoo p firmwares. ie2han posted this himself. Problem solved :)

 



i know biggrin.gif

 

what i don't know is how could he not see that thread as well, and blaming the customer service instead. hehe


Edited by i_djoel2000 - 1/12/12 at 9:46am
post #154 of 498
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i know biggrin.gif

 

what i don't know is how could he not see that thread as well, and blaming the customer service instead. hehe


No, that's was before the thread was created. That's was the first Studio.

For you guys' info: recently, I also received very nasty PM directly from HIsound.

Edit, I'd like you guys read some of older posts (a couple of years back, I really tried to help Hisound's first player AMP3 Pro.)

 


Edited by david1978jp - 1/12/12 at 12:42pm
post #155 of 498
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Originally Posted by david1978jp View Post


No, that's was the thread was created. That's was the first Studio.

For you guys' info: recently, I also received very nasty PM directly from HIsound.

Edit, I'd like you guys read some of older posts (a couple of years back, I really tried to help Hisound's first player AMP3 Pro.)

 

Well I can't argue with you there. I heard some pretty nasty things with those players back then. 60% failure rate? Eww...
 

 

post #156 of 498
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post


There is a dedicated thread with all the firmwares lol. Just type Studio V, rocoo p firmwares. ie2han posted this himself. Problem solved :)

 


You can have fun at my expense, when it is not bad intentioned. Do you want to read nasty PM I got?

 


Edited by david1978jp - 1/12/12 at 10:16am
post #157 of 498
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Originally Posted by david1978jp View Post


You can have fun at my expense, as long as it is not bad intentioned. Do you want to read nasty PM I got?

 



That's up to you but don't post that in the forum do it in private PM.

post #158 of 498

Double post.


Edited by david1978jp - 1/12/12 at 10:28am
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Another double post.


Edited by david1978jp - 1/12/12 at 10:28am
post #160 of 498

Contrary to Jack's post somewhere in one of these HiSound threads, these players aren't limited to 16/44. I just tried some 16/48 material and it works great and is something I'm extremely happy about as I much prefer 24/96 down converted to 16/48 than I do 16/44 as the interpolation seems to work better with divisibles. It's not that I think there's much/any difference in res here but when down converting it just sounds (works) better with a simple divisible. I'm currently a very happy camper. To repeat:

 

HiSound RoCoo/Studio are capable of playing 16/48 material.

post #161 of 498
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Originally Posted by goodvibes View Post

Contrary to Jack's post somewhere in one of these HiSound threads, these players aren't limited to 16/44. I just tried some 16/48 material and it works great and is something I'm extremely happy about as I much prefer 24/96 down converted to 16/48 than I do 16/44 as the interpolation seems to work better with divisibles. It's not that I think there's much/any difference in res here but when down converting it just sounds (works) better with a simple divisible. I'm currently a very happy camper. To repeat:

 

HiSound RoCoo/Studio are capable of playing 16/48 material.


Don't many players play 16/48? My cheap throw-away Sharper Image player and no name Deal Extreme players do.

I can see 24/96 down converted to 16/48. Will it introduce distortion when converted to 16/44 ? By the way, where did you get 24/96 files (two websites I knew - HDTracks, Linn)? Do you record your own 24/96? Do you rip DVD-Audio and Blue-Ray?

 


Edited by david1978jp - 1/12/12 at 11:30am
post #162 of 498

Yes, many do but many don't and 16/44 is all the vast majority will ever need. Even a Rockbox clip+ downconverts a 16/48 to 16/44 on playback. This was not to prop up the RoCoo's capabilities but to correct something Jack said earlier. As I noted, the only advantage of 16/48 to 16/44 is for downconverted 24/96 material which I happen to have a lot of. Some would argue that point besides but for me it's a big deal. For most it will be meaningless.

 

I've got some downloads from the sources you mentioned and work with someone that does simple mic'd commercial recordings so those first gen dubs which is over 100. We also dub Vinyl via some very expensive kit to a SSD Nagra VI with linear supply I modded for it. Not a fan of switching supplies or just battery though that's second best. Records are generally first pressings from country of origin. You'd be surprised how different various record issues sound. Don't bother with DVDa, BluRay or SACD.


Edited by goodvibes - 1/12/12 at 11:59am
post #163 of 498

As i saw in the spec: Memory capacity: internal memory = 4G + expanding SD card slot. Maximum 16GB The maximum Micro SD Card that this DAP support just only 16GB ? Can anyone have been try with Micro SD 32GB? Any problem with 32GB? Thanks

post #164 of 498
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Originally Posted by Noykrub View Post

As i saw in the spec: Memory capacity: internal memory = 4G + expanding SD card slot. Maximum 16GB The maximum Micro SD Card that this DAP support just only 16GB ? Can anyone have been try with Micro SD 32GB? Any problem with 32GB? Thanks



With the updated firmware it works perfectly with 32 GB cards. I would recommend you stick to Sandisk cards as they are more reliable and for sure work on these devices. My 32 GB card is filled to capacity with flac files and I have no issues at all with playback.

post #165 of 498

I have two 32GB almost loaded with albums and both my Studio/Rocoo recognize/integrates files fairly quickly even when switching the cards around. 

I can't really say that my rockboxed DAP's could do this as efficiently.  

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