Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Need a new player - recommendations appreciated
Re: Need a new player - recommendations appreciated
From: Bluechip <csbluechip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2006 19:53:46 +0000
Personally I am waiting until everything is up and running on the iPods.
If you absolutely HAVE TO upgrade now (eg. your old player is dead) then:
# alphabet-vs-tags ...Rockbox works this way, no matter what cpu is
executing the code
# drag'n'drop ...see "alphabet-vs-tags"
# replaceable batteries ...archos v1 or give up
# small ...wait for ipod support, but a nano
# expandable memory ...I think the ondio takes memory sticks - maybe others
# list ...http://www.rockbox.org/ ...read 1st line of text and clik on link
in 4th line :)
>I am sorry for what probably is a silly question at this point, but I
>can't find a list on the Rockbox page of all the different brands that
>Rockbox works on. I have had 3 Archos units, all of which have died (and I
>am not mistreating them) and I'd like something new.
>Preferably, I'd like:
>Plays alphabetically like the Archos units, and does not require tags.
>Drag-n-drop rather than requiring software to transfer.
>Uses batteries I can replace (loved this about the Archos units).
>As small as possible in physical size.
>At least a gig in memory, or expandable.
>Could someone point me to a list of device or provide feedback, please? I
>have been investigating the Rio Forge (I have a Rio Karma but I want a
>device with the above specifications in addition to it). I looked at the
>MuVo but it is not expandable. And I would really prefer something that
>would use Rockbox.
>Thanks for any help!
Received on 2006-01-24