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Originally Posted by ati832 View Post
 

does anyone know how to put multiple playlists on this player as so far I have to go into each artists individual folder on the player to play the music is there anyway to have a playlists, for example I have a playlist on the pc is there anyway to copy it over without it going into individual folders. thanks for the help

             Are you serious?

 

100+ Head-Fi'er, unhuh, what you post 'em but you don't read 'em?

post #11417 of 12924

uh 762 pages even with search I could not find anything instead of being a ******** try being helpful.

post #11418 of 12924
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Originally Posted by ati832 View Post

uh 762 pages even with search I could not find anything instead of being a ******** try being helpful.
Chill...
There is NO playlist support and probably might never be, so YOU... like the rest of us will just have to wait and see if it gets implemented. rolleyes.gif
post #11419 of 12924
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Originally Posted by ati832 View Post
 

uh 762 pages even with search I could not find anything instead of being a ******** try being helpful.

Search this thread: Search results for "playlist" 191 results. I would be more of a ********* if I repeated it yet again.

post #11420 of 12924
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Originally Posted by ati832 View Post
 

uh 762 pages even with search I could not find anything instead of being a ******** try being helpful.

This turned up when I searched for playlist in this thread:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/651769/the-fiio-x3-thread/11055#post_10655960

 

I guess it's not definitive, but the current situation is, there is no playlist support in the X3, there is beta playlist support in the X5. If the X5 playlists work out, then we'll get them eventually unless some unforeseen hardware limitation prevents it.

post #11421 of 12924

One thing leads to another.

After reading positive to rave reviews of Sennheiser PX 100-II in Head-Fi, I asked for any comments. None forthcoming but, oh, I couldn't wait. I went ahead and ordered a pair. I'm just feeling terribly guilty for listening to X3 with a $4 pair of headphones. Supposedly these amazing little $4 phones have response from 17-22kHz, but when I'm riding, wind noise masks the bass notes. Not to mention that the phones are causing the wind noise. Well, PX 100-II are supposed to kick some bad a** bass. Have to set my tone controls back to flat for break in time.

I'll report on this new marriage.

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Another great portable headphone is the JVC HA-S500 @ $50 landed from Japan. There is a 7000+ post appreciation thread if you need more info, and are not afraid to do a little searching... biggrin.gif
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Another great portable headphone is the JVC HA-S500 @ $50 landed from Japan. There is a 7000+ post appreciation thread if you need more info, and are not afraid to do a little searching... biggrin.gif

Now you tell me. CatPhones! I know you're just purring away with your smug little self. I had to pay $63 for the PX 100-II.

I did do a lot of research but to be honest, don't remember checking out the HA-S500. The phones must be on-ear and open, so I hear the big truck just before it smashes over me. At least I'll know what hit me. So if HA-S500 is not this type then it wouldn't have gotten on my list.

Thanks anyway for the suggestion. It's time to stop buying audio stuff for a while. Now more albums. YEAH!


Edited by MicroEuphoneum - 7/13/14 at 1:45pm
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Edited by MicroEuphoneum - 7/13/14 at 1:46pm
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Originally Posted by MicroEuphoneum View Post
 

Now you tell me. *****! I know you're just purring away with your smug little self. I had to pay $63 for the PX 100-II.

I did do a lot of research but to be honest, don't remember checking out the HA-S500. The phones must be over-ear and open, so I hear the big truck just before it smashes over me. At least I'll know what hit me. So if HA-S500 is not this type then it wouldn't have gotten on my list.

Thanks anyway for the suggestion. It's time to stop buying audio stuff for a while. Now more albums. YEAH!

Yeah they are closed and on-ear so no workie for you...

But if you are ever looking for a nice portable keep them in mind!

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Was away for a while due to some school stuff, any updates for ReplayGain?

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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post
 

Yeah they are closed and on-ear so no workie for you...

But if you are ever looking for a nice portable keep them in mind!

WOW! Carbon nano-tube and only $50. These look like top shelf. Only maybe a little bulky for active wear. PX 100-II are very light and petite.


Edited by MicroEuphoneum - 7/13/14 at 2:13pm
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Koss PortaPro's are a great bang for your buck headphone as well, very light and open with a good sound.
post #11429 of 12924
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Originally Posted by darkarn View Post

Was away for a while due to some school stuff, any updates for ReplayGain?
None to be spoke of...
post #11430 of 12924
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post

Koss PortaPro's are a great bang for your buck headphone as well, very light and open with a good sound.

Oh yeah, there's a Head-Fi thread dedicated to the PX 100 vs PortoPro debate too. I side with the 'too ugly' crowd.

Are you trying to tell me I've made a mistake? Oh, I such a foo.


Edited by MicroEuphoneum - 7/13/14 at 9:30am
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