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Synergy rules!:)

post #557 of 632
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Berkovajazz. have you actually tried the Rocco BA? You have the heard the player? I remember you saying similar things about Colorfly C3 and CK4,. but when I asked you had not even heard Colorfly C3. Have you heard Rocco BA?

Even found some pics

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post #558 of 632
Excellent! Rocco BA really is a great player. Thanks for sharing! smily_headphones1.gif
post #559 of 632

Hello guys. Jack has provided me the firmwares for the 3rd ANV as well as the Rocoo P/BA. Below are the links to both downloads which also includes directions from him.

 

Cheers,

 

http://www.head-fi.org/a/hisound-firmware-and-directions
 

post #560 of 632

Is that new firmware also for earlier versions of the Studio?

any news on firmware for Nova 3 ?

 

thanks

post #561 of 632
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Originally Posted by KT66 View Post

Is that new firmware also for earlier versions of the Studio?

any news on firmware for Nova 3 ?

 

thanks


I'm not really sure. If you do it's at your own risk. Although I don't think you'd have to worry personally but that is up to you to try. No news on the Nova players. Supposedly they will be revising them to fix the problems with the current players but that doesn't leave any solutions for current owners sadly :(.

post #562 of 632
Has anyone installed the new firmware on their BA yet?

I want to know what's changed.
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So is the new firmware an improvement?
post #564 of 632
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Originally Posted by DigitalFreak View Post

So is the new firmware an improvement?

Absolutely, an improvement in regards to things possibly going wrong. tongue_smile.gif

My Rocco will stay on the same firmware remaining the well behaved little BA it is.
post #565 of 632

The doc says it now remembers the state it was when it was shut down and also that there are improved load times - and, if I understand correctly, that subsequent starts after the initial load (after a DB change) will be faster. That may be wishful thinking, though. 

Haven't tried it yet, either way.

 

So I've been asked to play some music at a party a few days from now and I'm considering just preparing a mix in advance and playing it through my Rocoo. I vaguely remember that there's some line-out option on it... is that what happens when you use the HDMS setting? Will it push the signal out, unamplified?

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Originally Posted by Shlonglor View Post

The doc says it now remembers the state it was when it was shut down and also that there are improved load times - and, if I understand correctly, that subsequent starts after the initial load (after a DB change) will be faster. That may be wishful thinking, though. 

Haven't tried it yet, either way.

 

So I've been asked to play some music at a party a few days from now and I'm considering just preparing a mix in advance and playing it through my Rocoo. I vaguely remember that there's some line-out option on it... is that what happens when you use the HDMS setting? Will it push the signal out, unamplified?

 

Don't bother using the HDMI setting. Just adjust the volume manually and plug your device in via the HO. There is no true line out on Hisound players.

post #567 of 632

Has no one tried the update yet? I've never done this for the Rocoo and I don't want to be the first. :/

 

It has the potential to cure the incredibly long load times!

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I've posted solutions to the long load times. Not sure if you tried them or not? How many files do you have on your unit and what tag info? Did you clean the tags? ID3.2 does not play well on these devises and will run slow. Change them to ID3.1. If you have 10,000 64 Bit mp3s well I can't help you there because it will take forever to load with such an amount of files. With 2,500 FLAC files my unit loaded up in 30 to 35 seconds each restart with the initial scan taking a few minutes.
 

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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post

I've posted solutions to the long load times. Not sure if you tried them or not? How many files do you have on your unit and what tag info? Did you clean the tags? ID3.2 does not play well on these devises and will run slow. Change them to ID3.1. If you have 10,000 64 Bit mp3s well I can't help you there because it will take forever to load with such an amount of files. With 2,500 FLAC files my unit loaded up in 30 to 35 seconds each restart with the initial scan taking a few minutes.
 

35 seconds is very long, sir. My desktop operating system loads up faster.

post #570 of 632
I just tested my Rocco BA loaded with 32GB of FLAC files, it takes 20 seconds to load to the menu screen.

Count was started onwards from pressing the power button.
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