Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: what's the difference?
Re: what's the difference?
Date: Tue, 4 Jan 2005 18:49:54 -0000 (GMT)
Do you mean for buffering audio, or do you just mean free RAM?
The iRiver H120/H140 have 32MB of RAM, but I think something like 2MB is
executable code. The rest is used for audio buffering, tag database,
holding playlists and text files, etc. I don't know the proportions in
which the memory is allocated.
Also note that the H3xx series can also play Video - hopefully Rockbox
will be able to do justice to the H3xx's color screen
> How much RAM Buffer Do the iRiver Hard Drive DAP have?
> "Newbeewan" <newbeewan_at_fr.st> wrote in message
> Sarai D. Bucciarelli a écrit :
>>What's the difference in the IRiver H140 and 340 players? They look the
>>same to me. I know your going to make these accessible using RockBox,
>>the radio and photo features be accessible? What's the size of the player
>>compared to my Archos 20 GB recorder? These players seem better and from
>>what I read from the person who answered my question, Rockbox will be
>>accessible on the IRiver then the Archos. Both players get 4 stars from
>>Sarai D. Bucciarelli
> There are several differences between H1xx, H3xx series and archos jb :
> - H3xx's got color LCD screen(H1xx : B/W),
> - H3xx can charge with USB (H1xx don't)
> - H3xx's got an usb host master capability ( so you can plug some
> digital camera to transfert photo)
> - both H1xx and H3xx are using soft codec and archos jb's got a
> dedicated hardware
> - both H1xx and H3xx are around 160g and archos jb weight is more than
> - iriver hardware's got much more memory and much faster cpu than archos
> - Rockbox, for the moment, only work on archos jb... but work is in
> progess :)
> - Rockbox can already play radio and display jpeg picture... so why not
> with iriver's players ?
> I hope it help.
Received on 2005-01-04