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Subject: Re: Iriver: Limiting first buffering action after a manual track change...

Re: Iriver: Limiting first buffering action after a manual track change...

From: BlueChip <cs_bluechip_at_webtribe.net>
Date: 2005-06-10

Generic show of support for a great idea.

BC

>Here's another Iriver comment:
>
>When I select a non-buffered track manually my Iriver H140 usually
>buffers data for 20 or more seconds. So when I'm usure what to listen
>to and change tracks a lot, there's HD access all of the time, much of
>it unneccassy.
>
>How about starting the buffer with a minute worth of music and then
>fill it fully
>on the next buffering, if I leave the unit running untouched?
>
>IMO this could save energy. As an added bonus it could also insure the
>unit against dropping:
>After deciding on what to hear I usually put the Iriver back into my
>pocket. During this time the risk of accidentally dropping the unit is
>highest - and I'd prefer the HD not to spin if this happens...
>
>What do you think?
>
>Martin

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