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post #8776 of 8781
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Originally Posted by Bostonears View Post
 


Is there a way to do that when the same songs might exist in more than one playlist without requiring multiple copies of the audio files on the AK100?

In that case, your only options while avoiding duplication would be:

 

-Create an internal playlist on AK100 (lame)

-Play all songs (lame)

 

In short, nop.

post #8777 of 8781
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Originally Posted by Scorpion667 View Post

In that case, your only options while avoiding duplication would be:

-Create an internal playlist on AK100 (lame)
-Play all songs (lame)

In short, nop.
That's what I figured. Thanks.
post #8778 of 8781
Hi,

I just got a AK100 Mkii. For some reason when I connect it to my Mac laptop (osX 10.8.4) it's not recognizing it.

I should see it as a mounted drive in a finder window, yes?

Thanks
post #8779 of 8781
I figured it out. Just noticed that you have choose the disk connect on the player. Duh.
post #8780 of 8781
So,
I still am having an issue with my AK100 and Mac laptop.

I can get all three drives to mount. Both the internal and the two 32gb micro sd card. I can copy my flac files to them.

For some strange reason, when I go to folders on the AK100; the only files I can see are the ones I placed in the Music folder on the device.

When I get info on the drives, the are all the same format MS-DOS (FAT32).

I'm quite baffled and am at my wits end.
post #8781 of 8781

Has anyone compared the Ak100 as a transport against a PC using Jriver? Curious to see if it will make a difference to my home setup.

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