Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Some Iriver comments
Re: Some Iriver comments
From: Dave Chapman <dave_at_dchapman.com>
Date: Wed, 08 Jun 2005 08:41:52 +0100
Martin Borus wrote:
> I put rockbox on my Iriver H140 yesterday and am very happy with the playback.
> The best thing so far is the Iriver now plays MP2 and MPA files if you
> rename them
> to MP3 to get the codec to accept them. All my satellite radio comes
> in this format so it's a waste of time and quality having to convert
> those recordings. Currently the MPA files play a bit too slow, I guess
> it's because of the 48kHz played at 44.1kHz. I assume that will fix
> itself as soon as 48kHz MP3s play OK. If you can point MP2 and MPA
> files to the mp3 codec that would help.
Sadly it seems the H120/H140 hardware can't playback audio at 48Khz, so
Rockbox will need to do software resampling to 44.1KHz to get that to work.
And yes, Rockbox will map ".mp2" and ".mpa" to the MPEG codec.
A have a lot of the same files (48KHz MP2 from digital satellite radio),
so I'll be trying to make sure they work.
Received on 2005-06-08