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Subject: Re: Archos Recording Volume

Re: Archos Recording Volume

From: Dj Paddy <mygroups_at_djpaddy.co.uk>
Date: 2006-03-25

Thanks BC.

Is there anyway to switch the volume over so it displays in percentages like
the firmware did in my AJR V2?
Thank you
Dj Paddy----- Original Message -----
From: "Bluechip" <csbluechip@gmail.com>
To: "Rockbox" <rockbox@cool.haxx.se>
Sent: Saturday, March 25, 2006 10:37 AM
Subject: Re: Archos Recording Volume

>
> If you dont get an answer from someone who has the information to hand
> within a couple of days, remind me by asking again and I will dig out the
> facts and work it out for you.
>
> Off the top of my head ...a rough guess ...about -15dB
>
> BC
>
>>Hi all.
>>
>>I soo hope somebody can give me a simple answer to this.
>>
>>I had an Archos Recorder 20 FM V2. The hard drive croked in it and I had
>>to
>>toss it. I have now grabbed myself a used model off Ebay. It is the
>>Archos
>>Recorder V1.
>>
>>Now onto my problem...
>>
>>When I would record on my V2 I found that even having an external mic in I
>>would pick up hard drive activity as the unit buffered. I got around this
>>by settingt he master voluem to eithe r77% or 79%. But when I go into
>>volume on this unit I am given the Voluem in desibels? minus and plus,
>>(-+). The max is +12 desibels and the least is quite low... I use the
>>Voice UI's so I cant' hear the voice when it gets to as low as it can get
>>too.
>>
>>Is there anyway to display this volume the same as I had on my V2? Or can
>>anyone tell me what the exact numbers would be for the above percentages
>>in
>>desibels?
>>
>>Thank you very much.
>>Yours
>>Barry Toner
>
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