Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: 2 quick X5 questions
Re: 2 quick X5 questions
From: Brandon Hicks <reyuth1010_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 05 Jan 2007 11:24:12 -0700
For your second question about the EQ, what I did was just went in the
\.rockbox\eqs folder and selected the acoustic.cfg file and edited it.
If you go through the EQ settings when playback is stopped, you'll find
out all the acceptable options and you can modify the CFG accordingly
then load it in Rockbox.
Clement Chou wrote:
> I can answer one question, but am looking for an answer to the second
> one as well. No, those directories are of no use. The only ones I kept
> were firmware and system, but I'm not sure if you need those but I
> would recommend keeping it to be on the safe side.
> ----- Original Message -----
> *From:* Erin M. Chaves <mailto:em_chalet_at_hotmail.com>
> *To:* Rockbox <mailto:rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
> *Sent:* Friday, January 05, 2007 4:56 AM
> *Subject:* 2 quick X5 questions
> HI again,
> I have two X5 inquiries. I hope I'm not overlooking the answers
> to these.
> Non-Rockbox related question is:
> Must we keep in tact all of the folders in the main directory of
> the unit - For example, pictures? What if I never plan to store
> pictures on the unit? Is it safe to remove the folder?
> Now the Rockbox related question:
> This is more specifically aimed at the blind iAudio users, but any
> info from anyone is welcome. How do you deal with the sound
> settings? I think the playback could sound better, but adjusting
> the bass, treble etc isn't as cut and dry as with the trusty
> Archos. Have any of you played around with the equalizer?
> I see an option called 'Browse equalizer presets', however I'm
> having difficulty selecting a preset. It always reverts back to
> Can someone tell me what to do?
> Thanks for your time.
Received on 2007-01-05