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post #676 of 803
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Originally Posted by hellfire8888 View Post

just got my hifi re -zero..sound quite good with c3...now thinking to get colorfly ck4..yumi

Hows the bass response with REZERO? Do you need much more volume than usual to drive them efficiently?
post #677 of 803

Hi guys,

 

Just received my C3.

Is it possible to shuffle all the music in my MicroSD?

I can't seem to be able to do that.

 

SilverB

post #678 of 803
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Originally Posted by SilverB View Post

Hi guys,

Just received my C3.
Is it possible to shuffle all the music in my MicroSD?
I can't seem to be able to do that.

SilverB

You can only shuffle tracks in the selected folder you're playing.
post #679 of 803
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post


You can only shuffle tracks in the selected folder you're playing.

 

Ok thank you for the quick response.

Guess I'll have to change my habit a little.

 

SilverB

post #680 of 803
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post


You can only shuffle tracks in the selected folder you're playing.


So no shuffle all feature? Hmm...

post #681 of 803
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post


So no shuffle all feature? Hmm...

It has a very basic layout Lee which looks like this......

Repeat mode > All/Repeat/Intro/Shuffle
Eq Select > Normal/Rock/Pop/Classic/Bass/Jazz
Display settings >Lightime/Brightness
Language > (Many options)
System Info > Firmware 1.00.00.03

You can zoom around the entire menu in about 15 seconds flat. wink.gif User friendly interface.
post #682 of 803

But the shuffle only applies to the folder chosen correct? Guess it's not that big of a deal. But for many they'll want the ability to shuffle randomly on both cards without having to go from folder to folder.
 

post #683 of 803
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But the shuffle only applies to the folder chosen correct? Guess it's not that big of a deal. But for many they'll want the ability to shuffle randomly on both cards without having to go from folder to folder.

 

Folder only yes. you select shuffle in the settings menu then choose your folder > shuffles within that folder.

I guess you could put a heap of album tracks in one folder and shuffle it.

Simplicity and beauty. The casing and touch pad really are a wonderful design, the build quality and weight in real life can be highly appreciated. Photo's simply don't do C3 justice until you've held one in yoru hand. Although the menu is basic and features may be absent when you hear it you really don't care anymore. smile.gif

It was never designed to compete with mainstream features more to sink into the audio experience.

I was using mine this afternoon for about an hour It leaves the Cowon S9 behind when both players are set flat. The S9 with BBE makes it awkward because you gain a lot of detailing soundstage depth and an illusion of extra width. Though flat it's a no brainier, the bass is just great on C3 in clarity and quality. (with the right IEM of course)

Separation is certainly note worthy too.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 11/9/12 at 12:02am
post #684 of 803
True that it's a very elegant device. However, it's definitely not very user friendly in the firmware region and is missing some very simple features.

Which is why I'm even thinking of selling mine...
post #685 of 803
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Originally Posted by geko95gek View Post

True that it's a very elegant device. However, it's definitely not very user friendly in the firmware region and is missing some very simple features.
Which is why I'm even thinking of selling mine...

What problems are you having when you say not user friendly? I think the lack of resume is a little frustrating, the backwards scrolling annoys me sometimes.

Apart from that with the time I use it I don't have many other issues.

Sometimes after several days if you don't wipe the screen over the touch buttons can play up, simply needs a wipe.

Guess why they included the super expensive lint free cloth. wink.gif
post #686 of 803
Thread Starter 

Wow its almost like a lot of people dint bother to read the info on the first 5 pages of the thread, then ordered anyway.  Everything getting whined about was mentioned before previously.

post #687 of 803
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Wow its almost like a lot of people dint bother to read the info on the first 5 pages of the thread, then ordered anyway.  Everything getting whined about was mentioned before previously.


That would explain a lot now wouldn't it lol. tongue_smile.gif

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Thread Starter 
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That would explain a lot now wouldn't it lol. tongue_smile.gif

Putting a smiley doesn't disguise trolling.

post #689 of 803
Now now ladies....put your pin rollers away.
post #690 of 803

i will burn in and test the re Zero with c3 later..but need at least 25 volume to hear comfortably.. this iem is definitely analytical type..not bassy type..stay tune...!!

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