Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: I need help picking a player
RE: I need help picking a player
From: Daniel Brenden <dani_brenden_kulingsen_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2007 23:26:21 +0200
I know that this may sound very stupid, but apples ipods are very good when it comes to rockbox. That means the 1G (1st generation) ipod nano's i am currently running rockbox on one of these and it works smooth :)Mhv. Daniel G Brenden
> From: pioneer4x4_at_comcast.net> To: rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se> Subject: I need help picking a player> Date: Sun, 9 Sep 2007 17:33:57 -0400> > I currently have a Toshiba Gigabeat F40 running rockbox, and I love it. I > want to suggest a player for my father that is currently using a low end MP3 > player (MyMusic). It doesn't support folder browsing or anything. I would > like to find a player that is supported by Rockbox, mainly for MP3 playback > of audio books. Either SD card, or at least 2gb, preferable 4gb, but SD > card is first choice. B/W display is fine, but more resolution for info on > folder/artist/menus/whatever would be great.> > Basically a very user friendly cheap player mainly for audio books. He > could not care less about color display. Also, shirt pocked size, not the > hard drive size.> > While I am on the wish list, I guess AAA batteries, not rechargeable. I > realize that alot of this info is on the Rockbox site, but I have no idea on > availability or pricing.> > Any help at all is appreciated, thanks! >
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Received on 2007-09-10