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post #1636 of 2170
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Originally Posted by weirddub View Post

I think the C3 auto shuts down after one hour of inactivity

Whats the usual listening level of volume you guys use with your C3?

I try to keep mine at 21 to look after my hearing, still sounds full and bright.

22 with my westone 3 25 with my porta pros 

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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

What are you disagreeing with?

not what but why :-P hahahaha..........
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Gintaras, I'm listening to Yes' "Close to the edge" with the C3+BH+Fidelio X1 combo. and I've never heard Chris Squire's bass sound quite like this. Whoa. 

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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post

Gintaras, I'm listening to Yes' "Close to the edge" with the C3+BH+Fidelio X1 combo. and I've never heard Chris Squire's bass sound quite like this. Whoa. 
Loved this album. Very good taste of music smily_headphones1.gif
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Originally Posted by Twinster View Post


Loved this album. Very good taste of music smily_headphones1.gif

+1

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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post

Gintaras, I'm listening to Yes' "Close to the edge" with the C3+BH+Fidelio X1 combo. and I've never heard Chris Squire's bass sound quite like this. Whoa. 

+1, and YES forever, Close to the edge is one of their best albums together with Relayer ;-)
of newer i am big fan of Magnification but of less popular i like Mr Tormatto
post #1642 of 2170
How can anyone navigate through this thing? I don't even know how they sort the files.

And how do take repeat off?

I knew the UI was bad but damn.
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Originally Posted by TekeRugburn View Post

How can anyone navigate through this thing? I don't even know how they sort the files.

And how do take repeat off?

I knew the UI was bad but damn.

LOL It's pretty easy once you get used to it. It's folder based, so the way you've put the files on the c3 or your sd card is the way they will be sorted. When you hold the button with the small squares that form a bigger square you'll get settings to change the eq presets or the repeat mode. As far as navigation it's pretty straight forward - when you navigate through your folders and files the Volume + and - buttons can be used to go up and down and the same goes for the "l<" and ">l" buttons, which also do that, so you can mix things up and use any of them for navigating - for instance I use the - and the >l buttons to navigate

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Originally Posted by kova4a View Post

LOL It's pretty easy once you get used to it. It's folder based, so the way you've put the files on the c3 or your sd card is the way they will be sorted. When you hold the button with the small squares that form a bigger square you'll get settings to change the eq presets or the repeat mode. As far as navigation it's pretty straight forward - when you navigate through your folders and files the Volume + and - buttons can be used to go up and down and the same goes for the "l<" and ">l" buttons, which also do that, so you can mix things up and use any of them for navigating - for instance I use the - and the >l buttons to navigate

Yeah I know its folder based but it doesn't sort the song alpha numerical, it's just random. Even the folders... It's not alphabetical.
post #1646 of 2170
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Originally Posted by TekeRugburn View Post


Yeah I know its folder based but it doesn't sort the song alpha numerical, it's just random. Even the folders... It's not alphabetical.

http://www.murraymoffatt.com/software-problem-0010.html

 

I use DriveSort to sort the folders in alphabetical order and Fat Sorter for alphanumerical sorting if for some reason some tracks are showing in random order

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http://www.murraymoffatt.com/software-problem-0010.html

 

I use DriveSort to sort the folders in alphabetical order and Fat Sorter for alphanumerical sorting if for some reason some tracks are showing in random order

 the file names are numbered already....but it doesnt show in alphanumerical sorting.

post #1648 of 2170
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Originally Posted by TekeRugburn View Post

 the file names are numbered already....but it doesnt show in alphanumerical sorting.

Yeah, because it shows it in the way they were copied in the folder and also when you convert files they are usually copied to the folder in the order in which they were converted this might happen. I use Fat Sorter for that - it kinda moves them to another folder and copies them back in the right alphanumerical order - bare in mind it's a bit slow on big folders with lossless music. So while ordering folders in alphabetical order takes like a second with Drive Sort, it will take a bit longer to order all your folders that have tracks with scrambled numbering.


Edited by kova4a - 8/5/13 at 3:23pm
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If you didn't see it this is the link for the alphanumeric Fat Sorter http://thehes.org/fatsorter/anfatsort.zip . You just unzip it in a folder and click on the fatsorter icon to start the program. Then load the folder that needs arranging  and check the "sort in place" box to the right. Then it's a good idea to actually open that folder in a new window to see how the files are first removed from it and then they start to appear, so you can see when all the files are back in it as Fat Sorter doesn't notify you with a message when it finishes reordering them.

post #1650 of 2170
Gotta love new C3 owners, I must of seen this pattern repeat itself several times in this thread.

I'll let Sir Kova work with you. But don't worry, after a few days, you'll be loving your C3. wink_face.gif
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