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post #421 of 498
how is this player compared to the j3? i really want to get an upgrade from my j3 but the dx100 is too much...
post #422 of 498

Thank you for your question. ROCOO p is more focus on sound quality. say, it's selling points are the sound quality. It is worth for you to try the ROCOO P And compare to your J3. You will find they are so different in term of sound signatures.

post #423 of 498

My Sandisk ultra class 10 32GB went corrupt, card was locked and showed 30MB when formatting. Did try some options but that didn't work.

The Samsung 32GB class 10 card I have doesn't pair well, it does not show any files on the RoCoo. When I plug it into my Cowon D2 all is fine.

 

So what micro-SD card do you guys use?

post #424 of 498

Did you delete the system folder before restarting the player with the new card in it?
 

post #425 of 498
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Originally Posted by maniac2003 View Post

My Sandisk ultra class 10 32GB went corrupt, card was locked and showed 30MB when formatting. Did try some options but that didn't work.

The Samsung 32GB class 10 card I have doesn't pair well, it does not show any files on the RoCoo. When I plug it into my Cowon D2 all is fine.

 

So what micro-SD card do you guys use?

Have you formated it with FAT 32 format tool?

post #426 of 498
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post

Did you delete the system folder before restarting the player with the new card in it?
 

No I didn't. Before I had the Sandisk I already had the Samsung. That was the first card I used. Out of the blue (couple weeks of use) the RoCoo showed no music files. If I put the same musix files (FLAC) on a different card the RoCoo displays the files.

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Originally Posted by hisound View Post

Have you formated it with FAT 32 format tool?

Yes, using the Panasonic SD formatter.

post #427 of 498
Quote:
Originally Posted by maniac2003 View Post

No I didn't. Before I had the Sandisk I already had the Samsung. That was the first card I used. Out of the blue (couple weeks of use) the RoCoo showed no music files. If I put the same musix files (FLAC) on a different card the RoCoo displays the files.

Yes, using the Panasonic SD formatter.


I'm not sure if the Panasonic SD formatter will work? Did you try guiformat.exe

post #428 of 498

So I re-formatted the card with GUIformat (byte allocation size 4096)

and deleted the SYSTEM folder from the RoCoo.

 

Put a mp3 (Knopfler) and a different FLAC (Lynyrd Skynyrd) album on it.

RoCoo says

Internal 9MB / 39xxMB

External 0MB / 0MB

 

Ok so I see the FLAC tags were wrong, hadn't converted them from FLACv2

 

So now I write 3 albums to my Samsung card:

- Hitzone 60 (FLAC, converted earlier)

- Lynyrd Skynyrd (FLAC)

- Mark Knopfler (MP3)

BTW I use Easy CD-DA Extractor to convert the cd's / files.

 

Still the RoCoo says:

External 0MB / 0MB

One time the files did show up but couldn't be played. The FLAC files did nothing (stopped icon), when starting one of the mp3 files I get a media error.

 

So I copied the files from the Samsung (32GB - class 10) to my Kingmax (8GB - class 6) card and yes they play on the RoCoo. ksc75smile.gif

 

What tag system should I use?

Current settings:

FLAC = FLAC

MP3 = ID3v2.3

 

Does the cluster size matter?

Mostly I use 4096 or 512.

 

Thanks for the help, I'm a bit confused to what the problem exactly is right now. confused_face_2.gif

post #429 of 498
Quote:
Originally Posted by maniac2003 View Post

So I re-formatted the card with GUIformat (byte allocation size 4096)

and deleted the SYSTEM folder from the RoCoo.

 

Put a mp3 (Knopfler) and a different FLAC (Lynyrd Skynyrd) album on it.

RoCoo says

Internal 9MB / 39xxMB

External 0MB / 0MB

 

Ok so I see the FLAC tags were wrong, hadn't converted them from FLACv2

 

So now I write 3 albums to my Samsung card:

- Hitzone 60 (FLAC, converted earlier)

- Lynyrd Skynyrd (FLAC)

- Mark Knopfler (MP3)

BTW I use Easy CD-DA Extractor to convert the cd's / files.

 

Still the RoCoo says:

External 0MB / 0MB

One time the files did show up but couldn't be played. The FLAC files did nothing (stopped icon), when starting one of the mp3 files I get a media error.

 

So I copied the files from the Samsung (32GB - class 10) to my Kingmax (8GB - class 6) card and yes they play on the RoCoo. ksc75smile.gif

 

What tag system should I use?

Current settings:

FLAC = FLAC

MP3 = ID3v2.3

 

Does the cluster size matter?

Mostly I use 4096 or 512.

 

Thanks for the help, I'm a bit confused to what the problem exactly is right now. confused_face_2.gif

 

Could your SD card be a fake?....

post #430 of 498

It's coming from a local online retailer with good reviews so I doubt it's fake, besides that the speeds are fine not slow like those OEM cards. The RoCoo is also the only device that has problems with it. I used the same card for a couple of weeks with my Cowon D2 without any trouble.

post #431 of 498

Has anyone taken apart their rocoo?

 

Seems one of the soldiers on the jack has broken, if i touch my cable when plugged in the sound goes from one side.

 

I can fix it myself with some cardas solder i have kicking about.

 

I was gentle with this player as well, i guess something jolted it without my knowing.

post #432 of 498
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Originally Posted by Huxley View Post

Has anyone taken apart their rocoo?

 

Seems one of the soldiers on the jack has broken, if i touch my cable when plugged in the sound goes from one side.

 

I can fix it myself with some cardas solder i have kicking about.

 

I was gentle with this player as well, i guess something jolted it without my knowing.

lee730 mentioned taking apart his Rocoo BA or Studio(not sure which). Take off the back plate and there is a few screws for access to the insides.   I dont think he took any pictures of the insides though. 

post #433 of 498

Yeah my Studio V had 4 screws in the back that I was able to remove to gain access to inside the player. I'm not sure about the Rocoo but I know it also has a plastic back-plate that must be removed to gain access to the screws (if any).
 

post #434 of 498

Lately it's taking an awfully long time for my Rocoo P to start up. I used a stopwatch to measure it and it's taking up to 1 min 9 sec for my rocoo P to boot. Do you guys have the same?? or do you know how to fix this :) ?

post #435 of 498

Try delete the system folder.
 

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