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Is there a cheap hard case that fits the small PlenueD (like these for carrying hard disks, but shorter) ?
I answer to myself : I found the CSL 130 on Am*zon, very cheap (6 euros) and the Plenue D fits perfectly !
It's only a carrying case, but does the job.
Isnt the CSL 130 Colour Name: protective bag "square" dimensions: approx.8 x 11 x 1,5cm a little too big for a Plenu D in height and width?
Hey guys, in my dap, the list of genre was a mess, so I decided to tag my files correctly with Mp3Tag. I spend 2 hours, the result is correct in mp3tag when I read the file on my pc, but in the cowon, almost nothing has changed despite the several data update. the genre list is still the same mess.
Just brought this. Very good sounding little player. But it can't seem to scan any of my sd cards.... Help!
Go to the SYSTEM folder and delete the folder MUSICDB. Then do a database update.
The cards have to be formatted with the FAT32 file system. If they are using EXFAT or NTFS then they won't work in the PD.
This is killing me. Like a rubics cube.
I have the infamous Cowon Plenum D with a 128 Micro SD card. Latest 1.17 firmware (I also have the Cowon A3 and X7)
I use Media monkey Gold latest as of this posting.
I have Playlist made in Mediamonkey for years the song was made. 1960's (all) and then 1960,1961...
I can look at the playlist (with notepad) and it contains all the songs but the D says its empty
Now please, walk me through IF you know how.
HOW DO I GET THE D to play a playlist and then be able to play a playlist in shuffle mode?
I've right clicked a playlist and sent the M3U (renamed to the playlist I'm exporting) and send it to the folder playist on the D.
The settings when you click the either internal or external are key I think. Someone suggested renaming the M3U to M3U(EXT)?
So lets go....
Thanks. Changed the format and now it works.
Thanks for the tip, it solved the problem, but not entirely.
But I should be the one to blame because I change the tag on the plenue while it is plugged in usb. If I rename my files in my pc then move them to the plenue, no problem.
The point is that while the PD is just fine at recognising new files or deleted files, it does not seem to recognise updated files.
The easy method is to delete the old files, do a database update, then add the new files and update again.
Quick question. New owner here.
I have made sure my Windows registry was correct as per a post some few pages back and also formatted my 64GB card in FAT32 WITH the 32k allocation size. All good. Update of database takes about 20secs.
However, trying to listen to some of my albums the playback isn't right. At first I thought the player didn't like Pantera, but then it also appears to not like one of my Buena Vista Social Club albums as well as a couple of others. The issue is that the songs have choppy play and apparently sped up a bit.
All other albums, in FLAC and mp3, play well. The vast majority of my stuff is 44.1khz at around 1mb/s bitrate
Any gems of wisdom are wildly appreciated.
Shame the user must wait for data update every time power is on if the dap doesn't recognize fully the updated files
anyway, I did your method, much longer due to slooooow speed transfer to the internal memory and even sd card, but works perfectly now.
That is why it has sleep mode.