Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Feature suggestion : sound Modes
Re: Feature suggestion : sound Modes
From: Jean Boullier <jean.boullier_at_wanadoo.fr>
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2003 16:19:32 +0200
You already have that via the .cfg files: in my .rockbox directory I
have a "Home.cfg" file with
bass boost: 0
and a "Walk.cfg" file with
bass boost: 50
to compensate the different response curves of my home system vs the
headset. On the same scheme you can add whatever parameters you think
appropriate and the only thing you will have to do is to play the right
.cfg whenever you connect your Jukebox to a different place.
>Hello the rockbox team,
>First of all I wanted to congratulate you for the great work you've been
>doing since the beginning of this project. I only use rockbox on my Archos
>JBR20, and there's no way I could go back to the original Archos firmware
>I often use my jukebox in my car, using a cassette adapter, and there's one
>thing really annoying : I always have to increase the volume to about 75-80%
>each time I plug it in this adapter in order to get any sound. But I also
>use my jukebox before sleeping, and then I have to decrease it to about
>50%... I also have to decrease the Loudness feature in my car unless I want
>to get a noisy sound from the speakers...
>That's why I wondered if it was possible to add a "modes" feature in the
>rockbox firmware : like mobile phones with ringtones, we could configure
>modes such as "Sleep", "Hi-Fi" or "Car", with volume and sound settings for
>each of them. I don't know if this was suggested earlier or has even been
>planned for the next releases of the Rockbox, but I think it could be a
>great feature to add...
>Thanks again for everything, and keep up the good work guys !
>(Sorry for my bad english ;))
-- Jean Boullier - Rouen - Normandie - FranceReceived on 2003-06-16