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Subject: Re: question about item in the entry called rockbox info

Re: question about item in the entry called rockbox info

From: alex wallis <alexwallis646_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Wed, 8 Jul 2009 18:31:37 +0100

rockbox info

> On Wed, 8 Jul 2009, alex wallis wrote:
>
>> I was wondering, what does buffer size actually mean? is it that I have
>> 28.6 megabytes of ram in my player?
>
> It mean that there's a single buffer in ram with that size. When Rockbox
> starts it can eat parts of that for various purposes but you cannot get
> larger memory than so for compressed music.

Oh thanks for the explanation.
I am wondering though, I tried accessing rockbox info while a track was
playing, and the buffer size still said 28.6 megabytes.
If the buffer is being used in music playback, why does the buffer size
still say 28.6 megabytes?

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