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Cowon Plenue D

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by aerosatan, Nov 30, 2015.
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  1. Hi-Fi'er
     
    Awesome. Glad you resolved and didn't need to format and or send back the D. Don't do any updates! Use what you have for now and lets things settle.
     
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  2. EGarcia88
    Hi guys, new here. I just got my Plenue D a few days ago and I'm having issues with double albums purchased from the iTunes. I tried to place the second album into a separate folder which the audio player ignores, and I tried renaming the songs on the second album 201, 202, etc and the player ignores this as well. What can I do?
     
  3. Hi-Fi'er
     
    Put all the songs in the same folder. You don't need to have them separated really. I tried to do that in the beginning then realized, why bother, it's the same artist, same CD, just CD2, why separate it? I don't have many 2 CD artists, so the extra steps I did solves it and makes it clean and simple.
     
    So I took all the songs that were 1-01, 1-02, 1-03 ~1-11 off CD1 and renamed them 01, 02, 03,~ 11 and CD 2 that were imported as 2-01, 2-02, 2-03, and renamed them to 12, 13, 14, 15.  So all the songs are in one folder and now look like 01, 02, 03, 04 ~ 14, 15, 16, 17 etc. Then I tagged the music with MP3Tag and music from 12 on I labeled as CD 2 and all the songs off the first CD to CD 1. Don't really have to tag them but if you HAVE to know wich are which that is the easiest way.
     
    Cheers. 
     
  4. karloil
    Hi everyone, i'm planning to purchase the Plenue D. And thinking of adding an amp (should i want to) is the HO clean enough to be amped?
     
  5. seanjoe
    If you really want to amp your PD, try to demo it with Vorzuge Pure 2+. Small amp with great sound. And they have the best synergy together. Highly recommended.
     
  6. karloil
    Thanks for your recommendation but i'm afraid i don't have the budget for a Vorzuge. I just have an old C421 amp to play with :wink:
     
  7. MarkTwain
    Thought it is powerful enough and don't need amp?
     
  8. Hi-Fi'er
     
    You don't need an amp but I like to use one for a few reasons:
     
    1. Can quickly turn up the volume
    2. Get more bottom end punch and tighter transients (a good amp has better and bigger caps inline)
    3. Battery life of the D lasts waaaay longer when doing a line out to external amp, but that is true with all DAPS if you do use external amp. I rather have the battery die that is replaceable in the amp than wear out the battery in the D which is not replaceable.
     
    Cheers.
     
  9. karloil
    Thanks for your inputs! Yeah, if ever i get the D, the main stay would be a Monk+. Hopefully i get to decide soon and the D has so many positive feedback.
     
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  11. shigzeo Contributor

    Bingo.
     
  12. leo5111

    where can you buy that amp from in USA?
     
  13. shigzeo Contributor

    I'm not sure about where in the USA you can purchase it. But Musica Acoustics probably will ship to the USA: http://www.musicaacoustics.com/vorzuge
     
  14. Weaves
     
    This does not have a dedicated line out and you would only be double amping.
     
    No reason for an amp.  If you have hungry phones, i would suggest another DAP with dedicated line out.
     
  15. karloil

    Yes, i'm aware that the D doesn't have a LO. Was asking as the days of the Clip - people will always (well, most likely) double amp with it becaue the HO was clean enough. Same theory might apply here. Yeah, i'm looking at the D as a 2nd dap to play around with, maybe connect an amp in the future, source in home system - cheap setup :) (things like that)
     
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