After spending some more time with IHIFI 760 turns out to have not one resume feature but three!
That's right, whoever designed this player made certain you're not going to miss any of your last tracks. there's a feature called 'Resume Recollection' which remembers your last three shut downs and keeps the track/track duration stored allowing you to choose where to start again on boot up. There's also basic 'Resume Play' which resumes the most recent shut down.
(please excuse the shoddy pics and scratches, my cameras night sensor can be seen on the screen and I haven't removed the factory screen protector)
First you select this menu.
Which takes you to the pic below into resume central where IHIFI 760 has saved the last three shut downs keeping the duration and track.
From here you select which track you want and resume the session of your choice where you left off.
I think that's a pretty cool feature, especially considering players like Colorfly C3, Hisound Studio V, Rocco BA (from external) don't even have a resume (and DX50 when this was written) So we have all these players with no resume feature and this one supports three! there's also some basic EQ presets and some other nifty enhancements in a section called MSEQ, where you can find LEQ, BASS, 3D. But of course we know the 760 should (and does to me) sound best set flat.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 10/1/13 at 6:52am
Also appears 760's adapted Colorfly C3 file sorting by time/date, which is a bummer, but nothing new to a C3 owner.
I still can't get past the Sony MDR-V6 pairing, also rather nice with ER4S but I keep going back to the full size headphone.