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#rockbox log for 2017-06-06

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00:30:53razvitmat or above 14khz the wavelength is so short that the distance between the microphone and the speaker introduces a short delay or phase error which the player would have to software compensate through filters and progressive per band delays or something like this...
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00:34:39razvitmor above 14khz, if you are using in ear headphones, the rubber that secures the earphones in your ears does a pretty good job of blocking outside noise.
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01:35:17saratogai think typical is around 1-2 khz, mostly due to the wavelength/phase issue and because at shorter wavelengths diffraction becomes a huge problem
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11:53:22copper:q
11:53:23copper:q
11:53:55coppersorry, I meant to type that into my ViM terminal
11:54:15copperCongratulations all, on the 3.15 release
11:54:32copperand the iPod Classic bootloader, great job!
11:55:33copper:q
11:56:26copperjesus
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12:06:33copperIt's a shame that the Apple firmware strips all files from their metadata and uses its own database
12:06:42copperThat makes dual-booting impractical
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12:17:09copperAnyway, the installation process on my iPod Classic went much easier than before, that's awesome!
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13:54:03dunxI wish I had an iPod classic
13:54:08dunxso expensive though!
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15:03:53copperWell, they're cheaper now on eBay than before
15:05:28SammysHPin which way is a iPod classic better than a $30 sansa clip+?
15:05:51copperlarge display, large storage
15:06:06SammysHPdisplay: accepted
15:06:13SammysHPstorage: micro sd card?
15:06:25copperno, internal HDD, 160 GB
15:06:38copperthough I have a 128 GB microsdxc card in my Clip+
15:06:41SammysHPok, you won :)
15:06:45SammysHPdito
15:07:02copperI think there are even larger microsdxc cards these days
15:07:23ZincAlloyup to 200gb
15:07:31copper256
15:07:49coppersamsung makes a 256 GB card
15:07:55ZincAlloyoh wow, haven't seen that one yet
15:08:14copper124 euros on amazon, jesus
15:09:14copperhow the hell they manage to pack so much storage in so little space, I keep wondering about
15:09:21ZincAlloyquite impressive
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15:10:05copperI didn't think they would ever come close to the format's 1 TB limit, but it's starting to look like it might become an issue??
15:10:28ZincAlloythat's gonna take a while
15:10:37copperthey're only two factors of 2 away
15:10:50copperwhat's that, 3-5 years?
15:11:14ZincAlloyand they're already struggling. why else would sandisk have released a 200gb card instead of 256?
15:11:51copperanyway, it's already enough for a decently sized lossless collection :)
15:11:59ZincAlloyyeah
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15:19:45Bilgus_@mendelmunkis (logs) https://pastebin.ca/3828623 this should be pretty well optimized still will probably only run lostkingdom.bf
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15:20:50Bilgus_@Sa,,ysHP where are you finding $30 sansa clip+s?
15:21:32Bilgus_sammysHP*
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15:35:01SammysHPBilgus_: that's what I've paid 2015 (?) for a new one
15:35:15SammysHPoh no, 2013
15:35:55SammysHP8 GB model
15:39:25copperexcept it's no longer produced (I think) and I can no longer find the usual refurbs on Amazon or eBay
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15:50:35johnb3pamaury: are all devices in nwztools/database/models.txt linux based and potential ports or is it a plain list of Sony devices?
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16:20:49KillerHTthen i start RockboxUtility.exe 1.4.0 this freeze and not responding
16:21:06KillerHTwin 7 x64 pro
16:21:15KillerHTplease help
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16:34:37johnb3KillerHT: have you tried starting it with Admin rights?
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16:35:56KillerHTjohnb3: yes
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16:52:58SammysHPcopper: that's the problem!
16:53:11SammysHPthe clip+ was a really nice, inexpensive device
16:53:41copperand the newer Sport and Jam are a step back in terms of features, like gapless playback and support for Ogg Vorbis
16:54:04SammysHPI'm not sure if there is a similar device for <$50 with rockbox support at the moment, really sad
16:55:05coppermy bad, the Sport supports Ogg Vorbis
16:59:15SammysHPcopper: but it does not support rockbox, right?
16:59:21coppernope
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20:45:21mendelmunkisBilgus: I was almost done with a file buffer, but your code looks better than mine.
20:45:41mendelmunkisWhy would it only run lostkingdom?
20:49:48__builtinmendelmunkis: what'cha doing?
20:50:52mendelmunkisWorking on a brainf**k interpreter for rockbox
20:52:05__builtininteresting
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21:33:18Bilgusmendelmunkis because it uses a funky input buffer that terminates with \n
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