Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: idea to improve the peak meter reliability
RE: idea to improve the peak meter reliability
From: Henri DAVID <hdavid_at_mail.com>
Date: Thu, 24 Oct 2002 09:33:09 +0200
A good solution could be to provide a way for this user to choose between
the two version of the peakmeter, in the menu or by making two items
available in WPS config file, %PM and %FPM (fast Peakmeter)
I think if it explained in WPS doc, average users can understand that fast
VU drain more power than a normal one that drains even more than no VU at
all. and if they don't, will they notice the battery lifetime difference
anyway ?? ;)
> On Wed, 23 Oct 2002 10:44:10 -0700, Jack Peel <jhp_at_cypress.com> wrote:
> >It would be nice to have this as an option for those of us who would like
> >the meter to be more accurate, maybe even create it as a compile option,
> >or a simple patch. The best of course would be a menu setting that
> >switched between the two modes, but that might be a little much work
> >as it sounds like it involves code in several different places.
> I can do that if it is really what we want. It's not very problematic.
> The biggest problem is how to explain the average user the difference
> no peak meter == save energy
> normal peak meter == waste a little energy
> precise peak meter == waste a little more energy
> And I must admit that I didn't do any measurements wether all this
> energy wasting topic is relevant at all.
> >Also did you ever get the peak meter to display in dB ? Or has
> this simply
> >lost interest ?
> Thanks to Andreas Zwirtes there already is the patch for dBfs display,
> which includes scaling (alias 'zooming') the meter:
Received on 2002-10-24