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post #7291 of 8723
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Originally Posted by tm.chen View Post
 

remove all information from the ID tags.

 

I tried with iTunes and it only removes IDv3 and not IDv1.

Not sure if you are experiencing the same kind of issue with the tags.

 

i use mostly flacs, don't think that'll work with iTunes..

Do you know any free software that formats the ID tags?

post #7292 of 8723
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Originally Posted by Levanter View Post
 

 

i use mostly flacs, don't think that'll work with iTunes..

Do you know any free software that formats the ID tags?

 

I'd go for MP3tag.  I believe that many folks on these forums use it, as do I.

post #7293 of 8723

Try Tag Stripper from the app store if you are using a mac. It is free

post #7294 of 8723
My RWA100 has a problem with 64gb sd card. I just bought the card yesterday, a sandisk sdxc ultra, format it to FAT32 and copy about 600 songs to it. But when I put the card into the ak100, it keep scanning only up to 361 songs (exact number everytime) then out to the home screen or return to the scanning process again and then out and repeat but never pass that number of songs. However i can browse and listen to these songs in the Folder section but not Song or Artist or anything else. I tried with my other 16 gb and it worked flawlessly.

Any solution?
post #7295 of 8723
Sounds like an issue with a track. Can you load it with different music and try again?
post #7296 of 8723

anyone have issues connecting with their bluetooth?

my ak100 doesn't seem to be able to detect my galaxy note 2 with bluetooth on...

 

i was able to detect my iPad, however not my Note 2... i'm starting to think there's some incompatibility between android devices in the latest firmware..


Edited by Levanter - 10/12/13 at 7:30am
post #7297 of 8723
Ms ak100 detects my note3 incoming call through blutooth while playing but with distrubance noise.
post #7298 of 8723
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Originally Posted by som4ew View Post

Ms ak100 detects my note3 incoming call through blutooth while playing but with distrubance noise.

 

no problem at all first time you tried? no settings to adjust or anything?

post #7299 of 8723
Just a normal bluetooth setting stuff discovered/paired, yes on the first time.
post #7300 of 8723
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Originally Posted by Loquah View Post

Sounds like an issue with a track. Can you load it with different music and try again?

Other player ( clip zip, iphone, ipod) play them just fine. I can browse through an entire collection (about 600 songs) through Folder but not Song or Artist. Everytime I scan the library the same thing happen
post #7301 of 8723
Yes, I think you'll find it's an issue in the tag. Not all players are "fussy" with tagging. The ones you mentioned handle tags really well - AK100 not so much.

You could also turn off auto scan if you're happy to browse via folders.
post #7302 of 8723
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Originally Posted by Loquah View Post

Yes, I think you'll find it's an issue in the tag. Not all players are "fussy" with tagging. The ones you mentioned handle tags really well - AK100 not so much.

You could also turn off auto scan if you're happy to browse via folders.

I don't think it's an issue with the tag because I have the same songs in my 16gb card (for my clip zip) and the AK load it with no problem. Maybe it's the card itself
post #7303 of 8723
Could be. If you know the exact same songs are on both.
post #7304 of 8723
Anyone uses AK100 with auxiliary audio cable to the car stereo? Any difference with different type of cables? How's Griffin Cables?
post #7305 of 8723
*update
bought some cheap cable that cost around $2.50... it works but the sound quality wasn't very impressive... might be due to my crappy stock stereo speakers from my car..
anyone notice any difference using more exp cables?
Edited by Levanter - 10/13/13 at 4:11am
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