Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: good suggestions for accessible mp3 players?
Re: good suggestions for accessible mp3 players?
From: RaZorbacK <lists_at_sof-paradise.info>
Date: Thu, 03 May 2007 17:35:43 +0200
the iriver unit supported by rockbox are really hard to find now
yes, IPOd seem to be good alternatives. But, you have also the IAudio
x5/x5L which have been apparently discontinued by Cowon but are still
abailable on ebay though. I think it's a really good player. the x5 has
30 or 60 GB harfd drive and the x5 L has a 30 GB one and on top of that,
a 35 hours battery.
Please correct me if i'm wrong in something.
Robert Menes écrivait Le 03/05/2007 15:28 :
> On 5/3/07, *Randy Tijerina* <rtijerina3_at_satx.rr.com
> <mailto:rtijerina3_at_satx.rr.com>> wrote:
> >Hello friends, Randy here.
> >I am in the market for a good accessible or rockbox supported mp3
> >which of the Iriver, or archos models do you recommend?
> >I have onmy external drive an 18.4 gb folder filed with single
> mp3 files.
> >not albums, but single songs.
> >I know that there's no player that can hold that much. can someone
> steer me
> >in the right direction?
> Hi Randy,
> So far I've used Rockbox on my 30GB iPod video, and I'm very pleased
> with it. For me,
> it's great since the majority of my music is encoded as Vorbis and FLAC
> (audiophile, I love
> the two formats). I just recently bought an iriver H320 for
> my girlfriend from eBay (20GB drive)
> and installed Rockbox on it for her. She loves it since she can listen
> to FM radio, record
> notes for her classes, and play Doom in her spare time; plus, most of
> her music is in FLAC
> format as well.
> But the good part about the iriver is that you can swipe the drive in it
> for a larger capacity one,
> provided that you buy either a single platter (H120/H320) or double
> platter (H140/H340) drive.
> The controls on the iriver are simple to work with; they're entirely
> button based. Lastly,
> the iriver looks to be the next officially supported port in the Rockbox
> lineup, so you can't
> go wrong there.
> (Rockbox user since 12/28/06; running on an iPod video, 30GB)
Received on 2007-05-03