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Subject: Re: Loadable EQs
From: Justin Heiner (
Date: 2002-09-05

Right now, the way I'm creating it, it has seperate .eq files. It's basically
the same concept as the Custom WPS, with a different file format of course
(easier to understand IMHO).

It should be ready either today or tomorrow.


--- Uwe Freese <> wrote:
> Hello Uwe,
> Uwe Freese wrote on Thursday, September 5, 2002, 9:33:32 AM:
> UF> I hope that at the end the user not only can load them by goint to the
> UF> EQ file (like loading a .wps file) but also with a simple F2+X press?
> UF> That's because of I think that I change the WPS display very rarely, but
> UF> the EQ setting (only ever from "Headphone" to "flat") as often as e.g.
> UF> shuffle on/off.
> I thought about that and noticed that there are two possibilities:
> - the user creates different .eq files, one per EQ setting, then one can
> load an EQ setting by browsing the file in the dir browser
> (which takes long time) or Rockbox can scan the .rockbox dir for all
> .eq files at startup and offer these settings somewhere at F2+X
> - the user creates only one default.eq with several settings in it, like
> Flat=0,0,0,0,0
> Bass=5,5,0,0,0
> etc., RockBox loads this file at startup and can offer the settings
> there at F2+X.
> How is it planned?
> And I suggest to additionally make the setting from the RTC selectable,
> because this is one which the user can change using rockbox, while the
> others are fixed (at least if we can't write to HDD).
> Bye, Uwe.

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