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Originally Posted by Retrias View Post
 

i think it depend on how easy you can browse that much of a music collection,would they be included within the dap music db ?, i sure wouldnt last  browsing that much just by using folder browsing, thats probably only me though


I always use folder view to play my files, doesn't matter which platform I am using. If UI is fast, it is no problem for me. First impressions were saying UI is lightning fast. Let's hope that when we fill it with 128 x 3 gb of lossless files, it will still work fast.

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Originally Posted by AmberOzL View Post
 


I always use folder view to play my files, doesn't matter which platform I am using. If UI is fast, it is no problem for me. First impressions were saying UI is lightning fast. Let's hope that when we fill it with 128 x 3 gb of lossless files, it will still work fast.


I prefer folder view as well, as with a massive collection of music (nearing 2TB) I'm tired of trying to fix all the tags.  I never use playlists either, so I'm with you...  I hope it keeps up with a large library in folder view.

post #3408 of 19490
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Originally Posted by Hard Head View Post
 


I prefer folder view as well, as with a massive collection of music (nearing 2TB) I'm tired of trying to fix all the tags.  I never use playlists either, so I'm with you...  I hope it keeps up with a large library in folder view.


Yup, basic user here. No automatic sorting by artist or something, no playlist. Just good old folder view. I am just hoping it will still function fast that's the only thing I am worried.

post #3409 of 19490

I also always use browser view. For large collections, Genres are your friend. 

Genre / Artist / Album

post #3410 of 19490

I was under the impression that iTunes automatically sorts everything into a wonderful folder format ready to be exported to one's DAP. Am I wrong?

post #3411 of 19490

I think I can get my X5 tonite... I have a few questions

 

1. Does it support exFAT?

2. Does it have folder view without library scanning similar to J3, X3 and HM901?

3. Any known bugs that I should be aware? will only use FLAC and WAV

 

thanks...

post #3412 of 19490
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Originally Posted by FatmanSize48 View Post
 

I was under the impression that iTunes automatically sorts everything into a wonderful folder format ready to be exported to one's DAP. Am I wrong?

it does but however i  would prefer that they have tag browsing nevertheless, too used to it anywayẁ

post #3413 of 19490
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Originally Posted by CosmicHolyGhost View Post
 

I think I can get my X5 tonite... I have a few questions

 

1. Does it support exFAT?

2. Does it have folder view without library scanning similar to J3, X3 and HM901?

3. Any known bugs that I should be aware? will only use FLAC and WAV

 

thanks...

1. Only FAT32 and perhaps NTFS(?)

2. Yes

3. Some UI quirks but nothing major (for FLAC, haven't tried other formats)

post #3414 of 19490
Thanks, pekingduck
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I made a new X5 demo video! biggrin.gif
http://youtu.be/bI2zu495TkI

post #3416 of 19490
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Originally Posted by Joe Bloggs View Post

I made a new X5 demo video! biggrin.gif
http://youtu.be/bI2zu495TkI


Nice headsup joe..........this time.
post #3417 of 19490
Btw, whats the internal mem to hold the boot loader,UI stuffs etc.? I know it cannot store any songs onboard but only onto 2 TF slots(2 cards). I think the library metadata is read and stored into respective external cards interim into x5 cache as well until the card is ejected. Correct me if im wrong.
post #3418 of 19490
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Originally Posted by Shawn71 View Post

Btw, whats the internal mem to hold the boot loader,UI stuffs etc.? I know it cannot store any songs onboard but only onto 2 TF slots(2 cards). I think the library metadata is read and stored into respective external cards interim into x5 cache as well until the card is ejected. Correct me if im wrong.

The library data is also stored internally.
post #3419 of 19490
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Originally Posted by Joe Bloggs View Post

The library data is also stored internally.

care to post your answer to my first question?abt internal memory.
post #3420 of 19490

Very nice UI! :)

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