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post #46 of 1881

I am using 128 GB cards now,originally I used 64GB

post #47 of 1881
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I am using 128 GB cards now,originally I used 64GB

Does the loading wheel make three full rounds when you are going back from the album song list to the album list?

post #48 of 1881
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Does the loading wheel make three full rounds when you are going back from the album song list to the album list?

What loading wheel? Where on the AK's is it located, sorry I cannot envision it.

post #49 of 1881
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What loading wheel? Where on the AK's is it located, sorry I cannot envision it.

Something like this, and it is located in the middle of the screen. 

 

post #50 of 1881
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I use my Titans with dual 128GB Micro SD's and I am sad to report that the lag is phenomenal.

Time to change to the coming AK220 biggrin.gif
post #51 of 1881
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Time to change to the coming AK220 biggrin.gif
You joy in my sufferings don't you?
post #52 of 1881
It's AK100II and AK120II where has this AK200 and 220 come from? Lol
post #53 of 1881
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It's AK100II and AK120II where has this AK200 and 220 come from? Lol
From here:
post #54 of 1881
post #55 of 1881
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Specs:http://av.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/news/20140515_648612.html

 

AK120II a.k.a AK220 looks like a good deal. Basically an AK240 without native DXD and lesser internal storage.

 

[RANT] But why oh why 800x480 in 2014?? I know these devices are dedicated for music playback, but HD display wouldn't hurt iRiver revenues much considering how overpriced their players are!


Edited by frekedech - 5/15/14 at 2:10am
post #56 of 1881
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AK120II a.k.a AK220 looks like a good deal. Basically an AK240 without native DXD and lesser internal storage.

 

[RANT] But why oh why 800x480 in 2014?? I know these devices are dedicated for music playback, but HD display wouldn't hurt iRiver revenues much considering how overpriced their players are!

It's all to obvious -- because A&K can thus make a new revision in the NEAR future with retina display!

So disappointed that AK120II does not support native DSD like AK240 does. That's understandable though for currently AK120 does PCM conversions too.

I sincerely hope that the new AK120II/AK100II land on the same price level as their predecessors.
Yet from the track record of the company that seemed to be be the least possible thing to happen...

post #57 of 1881

Cause it's a 3" screen?  Overkill as is.

post #58 of 1881
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From here:

 

This photo has to be an early proto

post #59 of 1881
What's the price of these 😌
post #60 of 1881
Although I don't use DSD, I think for the exorbitant price they're going to charge I find it rage inducing they are not implementing native playback >frown.gif
Other than that, the internal storage is poor compared to the older AK versions which provided 2 SD slots..
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