Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: JBR vs FMR? Which one is better
Re: JBR vs FMR? Which one is better
From: Shawn Watson <shawnw_at_internode.on.net>
Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2003 01:40:57 +0930
Go with the JBR. I'm with you on wanting to be able to swap out the
batteries to perhaps extend play time when travelling, stuff like that.
The JBFMR is lighter and smaller, but not by much; and let's face it, if
you want lighter and smaller go iPodding. I want a radio built in also
but it seems that it's impossible to fit a radio in without bulking up
the player (all mp3 players with FM tuners suck!) and I want smaller and
portable. I think I'll buy a player with an FM tuner when they state
that it's a free add on that does not effect the player size - it seems
we do not have the technology yet :).
>I have seen the previous responses on the list.
>Wondering if there are any other points to consider
>when comparing the FMR and JBR. I do not understand
>the ROM BOX/flashable chip issue at all (I am not that
>I have the product guarantee from Best Buy for the
>FMR. I am having serious synching problems with
>Windows 2000. I am
>thinking about returning it and see if I can get just
>the JBR (no FM). I really do NOT like having the LI
>ION battery. Its performance is not impressive. I
>would prefer to have the nimh with back up batteries
>so I can swap out batteries if I need to.
>I really do not listen to the radio anyway (besides
>Great job by the way. Keep up the great work. Brad.
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Received on 2003-08-13