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Subject: Re: Iriver hxx at 48kHz sample rate

Re: Iriver hxx at 48kHz sample rate

From: carl gagnon <>
Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2006 14:32:14 -0500

I know Rockbox doesnt support officialy aac format but so far I can read all my Itune aac (224kbps 48kHz). Did you try the latest builds with Itune aac?

From:  "Brent Harding" <>
Reply-To:  Rockbox <>
To:  "Rockbox" <>
Subject:  Re: Iriver hxx at 48kHz sample rate
Date:  Wed, 22 Nov 2006 12:53:38 -0600
>I think Rockbox doesn't really support m4a anyways. I use a program
>called Replay Converter to convert files, and what it outputs will
>not play on Rockbox on my H120. I thought I'd try it because that
>program doesn't offer higher quality options than 128k of any
>format. I have yet to try m4B instead though.
>----- Original Message ----- From: "Magnus Holmgren"
>To: "Rockbox" <>
>Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2006 11:23 AM
>Subject: Re: Iriver hxx at 48kHz sample rate
>>carl gagnon wrote:
>>>I'm a Happy owner of a Iriver H140(updated to h180). My problem is
>>>that my aac files encoded in Itune at 48kHz play like if they are
>>>too slow...just like if it would be at a pitch 5-10% too low.
>>>  I already posted two topics related to that problem in the
>>>playback forum and I also filled a bug report FS#6333 that was
>>>deleted for a similar problem FS#4924.
>>>  Lear helped me in the forum (thanks Lear ;) ) and he thinks that
>>>my problem is related to the metadata of the aac...
>>I'm pretty sure it is. Rockbox currently read it from one place,
>>but the decoder reads it from another. So Rockbox should read the
>>other too, so that the playback engine gets the right information.
>>   Magnus

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