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Yes I will do that,no problem.
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Please spread the word about the UK meet as I'm hoping that there'll be at least 3 Tera Players present.

If you don't mind a Dutch Tera together with its owner and as far as my agenda permits me, i'd like to attend as well :-)
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You are most welcome. Please PM me if you need any assistance with your trip logistics.

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If you don't mind a Dutch Tera together with its owner and as far as my agenda permits me, i'd like to attend as well :-)
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You are most welcome. Please PM me if you need any assistance with your trip logistics.

 

Very kind of you, thank you very much!

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Have anyone tried the Tera Player with Westone W60?

I would like to know..Thanks

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Christmas discount announcement on Tera website for Light version is gone...

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I posted these sometime back - found that the Tera Player fits the Sony XBA40ip case almost perfectly. :-)

 

Magnetic enclosure, enough space to fit 2 SD cards.

 

 

 

 

 

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Does the card stick out like that in use?

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Does the card stick out like that in use?

 

No. The SD card sticks out approx 3/16" (5-6mm) when 'on'......the picture shows it pulled out enough to be 'off'.

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Another nice case

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Originally Posted by flkin View Post

I posted these sometime back - found that the Tera Player fits the Sony XBA40ip case almost perfectly. :-)

Magnetic enclosure, enough space to fit 2 SD cards.













That's as good a case as I've seen, I use a small Moleskin which fits the Tera and a pair of phones nicely. Curious, do you enjoy the Tera on Piano Fortes? I have a PF X and I didn't think they get along all that well.
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The Piano Fortes work fine for me with the TP.i prefer them with non-classical music though. The TP works better with the Tralucent Ref1 I must add.. 😀

Also I don't normally store the TP with the card in the slot. There's a gap between the bottom of the TP and the case to fit 2 full sized SD Cards comfortably. Was using the Piano Fortes to show that you can use the Sony case with the flap down. Needs to be right angled plug though.
Edited by flkin - 1/2/15 at 8:06pm
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The Piano Fortes work fine for me with the TP.i prefer them with non-classical music though. The TP works better with the Tralucent Ref1 I must add.. 😀

Also I don't normally store the TP with the card in the slot. There's a gap between the bottom of the TP and the case to fit 2 full sized SD Cards comfortably. Was using the Piano Fortes to show that you can use the Sony case with the flap down. Needs to be right angled plug though.

I'll have to try them again, though I do listen to classical music more. You're using PF X right?
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No, mine are the IXs in stainless steel. Tried the Xs in e-headphone Japan some time back, didn't hear that much difference.

I find they are an acquired taste. The more time spent with them the better they sound! Also love the pouch they come in although it can't fit the TP as well.
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Anyone experienced issues with the class-10 32Gb Sandisk Extreme (60mb/s) cards on their Tera player? I have a couple of those and they were working fine. When I reformatted the cards today and loaded some music on them, the Tera player couldn't read them, i.e. blue light constantly on. At first, I thought it was the files; I was converting flacs (which were previously converted from aiffs for my other DAPs) to wavs using XLD, so I took out the CDs and re-ripped them directly to wavs. Still no luck. I even tried another identical class-10 32Gb Sandisk Extreme (60mb/s) card. Constant blue light. :(

 

Then I took out some old cards, class-10 32Gb Kingston (30mb/s), reformatted them and loaded the same tracks to one. Tera recognized and play the music instantly! Tried again on another class-10 32Gb Kingston (30mb/s), no problems.

 

I guess I can safely say the class-10 32Gb Sandisk Extreme (60mb/s) card was the culprit. But why did it work fine for so long then?

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