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Cowon Plenue D

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by aerosatan, Nov 30, 2015.
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  1. audio123

    lol "I just got my D"
     
  2. pat1984
    if you go to cowon.co.kr you will find the Plenue D UCI on the main page towards the right side.
     
  3. sledgeharvy

    It is an Aluminum brick.. But that is one think I love about it.. I know it's heavy.. But it looks SO good..
     
  4. Pacman123
    Agreed, the finish on it looks great, and it sounds good.

    The 5tx is just so much smaller and more powerful. I can stack it with the PD and commute easily
     
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  5. jmills8
    If one can wait four months for the Arrow amp to be completed by hand then he or she will always take this amp everywhere.
     
  6. Deftone
     
  7. jmills8
    Blame it on the cold water.
     
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  8. HiFiChris Contributor
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  9. QsTree
    Here we go! Just download the UCI sample zip file and extract the fla & swf files + sub folder to Cowon PD \system\Flash UI
    Just the same concept known from S9 & J3.
     
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    I just tried an old UCI from the J3. It works but adaptions will be necessary ...
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    So let the games begin ... [​IMG]
     
  10. kageroh
    Is there any problem with the language settings with that korean UCI? Or does it adapt to the chosen language setting properly?
     
  11. Photoman
    it adapts
     
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  12. kageroh
    Looks nice so far. And you can finally enable touch gestures again X3 Would be nice to be able to make the album image more visible though.
     
  13. shigzeo Contributor
    I'm conducting 3x3 battery run-down tests: currently unloaded at a volume of 75, endless album repeat. Currently Sound Studio says: 32 hours with battery life just slightly less than 50%. Which, assuming the battery reader is accurate, 50 hours is possible (unloaded).
     
  14. DanMUC
    I don't think I am getting anywhere near 32 hours playing mainly FLAC files. Feels more like 12.
     
  15. shigzeo Contributor

    This is unloaded, AAC. I will do lossless after.
     
    Edit: I should add that you can test it for yourself easily. I thought it was much less than 30 before I started testing. But that certainly isn't the case. It's always best to test rather than to assume. Just plug your DAP/amp into a line input hit record, and leave your computer on. When the battery goes out, the signal will disappear. Infallible. 
     
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