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post #496 of 498
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Originally Posted by kaiss3r View Post

I have a Rocoo P and upon browsing its functionality, I saw "HDMS" on the settings which can be enable or disable. What's the purpose of it? I'm the second owner of this player that's why I don't have the manual...

All it does is lock the volume at maximum level for "line out" purposes.

Basically useless, please be careful and make sure you don't engage it while wearing headphones as you will get a nasty surprise of full volume through your cans!
post #497 of 498
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Originally Posted by wormsdriver View Post

All it does is lock the volume at maximum level for "line out" purposes.

Basically useless, please be careful and make sure you don't engage it while wearing headphones as you will get a nasty surprise of full volume through your cans!

I'm glad you told me. I always wear an iem and I am always tempted to enable it out of curiousity.

So basically, I will only enable it if I'm gonna use a line-out going to an amp?
post #498 of 498
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Originally Posted by kaiss3r View Post


I'm glad you told me. I always wear an iem and I am always tempted to enable it out of curiousity.

So basically, I will only enable it if I'm gonna use a line-out going to an amp?

that is the concept behind it, but I'd rather just adjust volume manually as this HDMS feature doesn't seem to do anything other than lock the volume. As for myself, when using an amp with my player, I settled on 28 on the volume since I think it sounds better at that level than going all the way up to 31.

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