Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: buffer
From: Eric Linenberg <elinenbe_at_umich.edu>
Date: Thu, 5 Jun 2003 07:51:32 -0400
I run with mine all the time. I either put it in the pouch on my belt
on my back, or I just hold it in my hand. Either way it has been
fine. When I walk I just put the recorder in my side pocket. It gets
bounced around a lot, but I have never had it skip.
With the archos firmware I couldn't do much with the recorder (not
even walk fast), but with the rockbox firmware I really can do
anything -- its buffer protection is MUCH better.
NJ> On Thu, 05 Jun 200 3 00:06:15 -0400, Kinwai <kinwai_at_optonline.net> wrote:
>>I'm just wondering if anyone could tell me firsthand how much shock the
>>Jukebox Recorder 20gb can take. Sorry if this is annoying and off topic,
>>but the info would be extremely helpful. Like i know there's a buffer, but
>>does it skip if i was just, say, walking to class with it in my side pocket
>>or taking a jog somewhere? THankx!
NJ> Don't know anything about jogging, something I avoid at all costs :-) I
NJ> travel around downtown Cleveland on a stand-up 2 wheel electric scooter with
NJ> go-kart sized wheels and no suspension. 20 mph on that thing on rough pavement
NJ> is, er, rough. No problems at all with my Recorder FM. I have the Rockbox
NJ> buffer set to 4 seconds but that was a SWAG.
NJ> John De Armond
NJ> Cleveland, Occupied TN
Received on 2003-06-05