Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Unlocking the full features of the MAS chip (short version)
Re: Unlocking the full features of the MAS chip (short version)
From: Jean Boullier <jean.boullier_at_wanadoo.fr>
Date: Mon, 28 Apr 2003 23:59:49 +0200
Two thoughts and one question:
1. Considering the length of the current feature requests list and the
traffic on this mailing list, if you do not file feature requests for
all your requirements I am afraid the probability of seeing them
implemented sometime might be pretty low.
2. Knowing how reluctant people are about reading user manuals
(generally) and how difficult it is to name functions in so short menu
lines I wonder how "normal" users will feel in front of such a blooming
of options and menu settings...
And the question : I do not understand what else you expect to get when
"you set the mic gain all the way down" ? (Sincere question, no irony.)
Bye. Jean. (I cannot program these machines either (yet) so I do not
feel personally frustrated by such a long list after so much excellent
work done already).
Brent Geery wrote:
>After taking another look at the MAS datasheet, I've noted several
>features that have not yet been implemented as user configurable
>Recording issues first.:
>Add ability to disable/enable CRC protection.
>Add ability to switch between MS and Intensity Stereo encoding modes.
>Is timecode insertion enabled or disabled?
>BTW, the Bit Reservoir setting (the "independent frames" setting in
>the menus) isn't held through a power cycle.
>Selecting mic as the audio source, should always enable mono
>If you set the mic gain all the way down to 21.1 dB, you get no sound!
>I also noted lots of playback features missing/limited so far.:
>Increase setting precision of Bass/Treble/Loudness controls to 1/8 dB
>(.125 dB) steps for Bass and Treble, and 1/4 dB (.25 dB) for Loudness.
>Add both "normal" and "super bass" loudness modes.
>Expand balance control to full dB range and 1 db steps.
>Add optional mode for volume control calibrated to proper dB -114 to
>+2 dB range.
>Add the 20ms setting to Automatic Volume Correction control.
>And last, but *certainly* not least...
>Add full user control of Dynamic Bass controls!
Received on 2003-04-29