Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: iRiver h10 20
Re: iRiver h10 20
From: K4NKZ Jim Ardin <k4nkz_at_comcast.net>
Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2006 19:26:00 -0400
thank you very much for your answers!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave Hooper" <dave_at_beermex.com>
To: "Rockbox" <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2006 6:23 PM
Subject: Re: iRiver h10 20
> First I'd like to reiterate the following important points!
> 1) The rockbox manuals answer most of your questions, and are available at
> 2) Rockbox is *NOT YET* available for iriver H10 or H20 but it is being
> worked on.
> 3) There is currently no estimate of when Rockbox will be fully
> functional on an iriver H10 or H20
> That said - on with the questions..
>>I know that most of the things below are just hopeful wishes, but I have
>> just things like:
>> 1: where are the controls located?
> That's not really a question for the Rockbox mailing list, right?
> Your answer to this will be somewhere on www.iriver.com (not at all
> affiliated with the Rockbox project)
> e.g. here is a link to the H10 5GB pure edition manual
>> 2: how do you work it with out rockBox?
> Without Rockbox, the iriver H10 will function exactly as iriver designed
> it. i.e. as per the manual above
>> 3: note! I am mainly going to use it to lisson to books that I have as 1
>> mp3 or WMA track per book! and I would like to know if the rockBox
>> program would be able to store a book mark so when I start to lisson to
>> the book the next day, it will start up where I left off the day before?
> Yes. With the exception that Rockbox does not (and likely will not) be
> able to play WMA files, at least for the foreseeable future. This is
> because WMA is proprietary (and non-free) and Rockbox is open-source (and
>> 4: can I store books using many tracks per book, and still have it play
>> only the 1 book that I am lissoning too?
> If you want to. You could put all the tracks in one directory, for
> example, or use one playlist per book. Both ideas should work with
>> 5: when you are doing voice recording, (for school) how many hours will
>> you be able to record?
> Depends on the size of the hard drive. Recording is by default in .wav
> format, so a 5GB drive gives you about 8 hours at 44.1khz in stereo. I
> believe work is in progress to record directly to mp3 and wavpack format,
> which would increase this by a factor of roughly 10 (i.e. roughly 80
> (I could be way off the ball here - someone correct me if that's the
>> 6: does it have a palls button that will work when recording?
> You can pause while recording, yes.
>> 7: also wile recording, can I place a marker that I can tab to when I am
>> lissoning to the book to get too a important spot in the file?
> You can split files while recording, so your 'marker' would just
> immediately start recording to a new file instead (so when you hit the
> marker button, it ends the file it's currently recording, and continues
> recording but to the next file instead)
> hope this helps!
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "dennis" <dennisc_at_trinitycounseling.com>
>> To: "Rockbox" <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
>> Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2006 3:39 PM
>> Subject: Re: iRiver h10 20
>>> what would you like to know.
>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: "K4NKZ Jim Ardin" <k4nkz_at_comcast.net>
>>> To: "rockbox" <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
>>> Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2006 2:22 PM
>>> Subject: iRiver h10 20
>>>> can any body talk to me about the iRiver h10 20?
>>>> thanks for any and all help
>>>> Have A Nice Day, cause somebody should!
>>>>>From Jim eMail = K4NKZ_at_comcast.net
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Received on 2006-08-31