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Cowon Plenue D

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by aerosatan, Nov 30, 2015.
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  1. shigzeo Contributor
    Okay, unloaded rundown time @75 volume: 51:42:19.5. After full charge, will run the hard-to-drive Earsonics SM2 until battery drains. Volume of 50 (typically loud for an earphone of its type). 
  2. kageroh
    You ARE aware that it is not exactly a good idea to force-run those batteries dry, right?
  3. Raketen

    It is if you are a reviewer and trying to test product claims [​IMG]
    Kinda lame if it's exactly half the advertised life. 50 hours still impressive though- my year+ old Sony still gets 40ish, but has much lower output... not sure how much of a difference it makes if listening at roughly same volume, guess it depends on impedance swings, bass levels, file format, effects processing stuff like that?
  4. jmills8
    Yeah 100 for MP3 and 50 hrs for Flacs but Im very happy even if at 25 hrs.
  5. clee290

  6. kageroh
    I have all my files properly tagged and named with a two (three for multi-disk albums) digit numbering in front, so I don't have your problem or can easily reproduce it on the fly.
  7. clee290

    Thanks for the response. 
    I'm still messing around with the tags, but so far I got tracks 2, 4, and 6 to go in between track 15 and 16. No idea what's going on :p
  8. kageroh
    I am not entirely sure what the D uses to organize the displayed file lists. Can you try entering the numbers double-digit (07 etc.)?
  9. clee290

    I've been using MP3Tag and I tried iTunes just to see if it would help (it didn't). 
    I think I found what the issue is. The order problem happens regardless of the file format. With M4A files, adding track numbers doesn't solve the order problem (the album I was messing with was in M4A). Whereas with MP3 files, adding tracking numbers does solve it. I could go about converting all my M4A albums to MP3, but I'm too lazy for that :p
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  10. taffy2207
    I'm really not a fan of the custom UI. You can barely read some of the text. Maybe it's because the screen isn't high res, I don't know. I'll be uninstalling it later.
  11. Pacman123
    I just upgraded to Firmware 1.10.
    Is there a 1.10b1 firmware somewhere? I check on their Korean site and only saw the 1.10 version.
  12. jmills8
    Anybody put a Full 189 gigs onto a 200 memory card in the Plenue D? (wont say D as in Dick). Also does this dap able to read all of the 189 gigs plus 32 intetnal gigs?
  13. shigzeo Contributor

    It was this thread that taught me about [D]ick. Wow. Gotto stop saying it.
  14. jmills8
    Me too, typing Plenue D is too much work for me but to avoid falling for the trap I have written the full models name. I read on the thread that this dap reads the 200 gig card but does it reads all internal folders plus 180 or so gigs on the external card? The Flacs are taking lots of memory.
  15. taffy2207
    It may be worth you PM'ing him as he got 200GB cards to work.
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