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The unit itself boots fast, it takes me 2 seconds before it plays music, which is way faster than my cd player reading mp3s. I’ve been listening to it almost exclusively with the HD phones so far, which is cruel in the extreme, as those are demanding headphones that most portable devices can’t handle at all. A little card telling you how to upgrade the firmware to be PlaysForSure compliant. We list the reasons they’re on thin ice — and suggest how they can be saved. On top of the list is a “Find” choice, which when selected lets you quickly scroll through first letters, so you can get to your “S” artists without scrolling through all of your A-R artists.
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Zune 30 MP3 Players. And since I’m doing this comparison using un-amped HD phones, which I know darn well are difficult to drive, it seems unfair to ding a player for not being able to drive them loudly.
Comparing to the Zen PMC is unfair, because I was playing WMA Lossless on that and downconverted kbps WMA on this despite which the Dell still sounds better — on the Zen, you could noticeably hear electronic noise when the hard drive spun up and down, plus the output stage was weaker ; comparing to the iPod is impossible, because I was never able to get dn30 to sync with iTunes reliably, so only listened to like one song on it, very briefly I forget if it came preloaded or what ; comparing it to the iRiver H is feasible, but the main difference I take away from that comparison is that the Dell is quieter.
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Inside this charming packaging ddj30 You have only one way of interacting with the UI, and it’s the wheel. This is a very nice unit. Equalizer User Preset Qty. My wife and I own 2 Dell MP3’s: Equalizer User Preset Qty. I was interested in what you had to say since I owned the DJ for a few months, but after your ” the iRiver H is a terrible, terrible player that everyone involved with should be ashamed of” I didn’t read anything else you had to say because your opinion is out of wack.
Dell DJ 30 Silver ( 30 GB ) Digital Media Player
In general, I’d say that the sound quality is perfectly acceptable. I don’t use playlists so thats all I need. A lot of things you download don’t have correct ID3’s the artist is spelled wrong or it’s just called “Track 12” or something. Play Mode lets you select all the standard modes shuffle, repeat, normal, with various per-disc, per-track, and dj3 permutations.
May 21, at 3: Yes with the EQ. The 30GB is a very large memory. I have, as of now, two main sources of music: It does everything you want a UI to do in the ways you’d expect it to do it. Post 13 of At any rate, the UI as it stands is simple, intuitive, capable of basically anything you’d reasonably want to do with your music. There is no provision to delete songs while using the Dell DJ like when you never want to hear that song again. But then, I saw a sale at Dell.
Sony’s Android-powered high-res audio player sounds great, but it’ll cost ya Sony’s Android-powered high-res audio player sounds great, but it’ll cost ya by Ty Pendlebury. I’ve been listening to it almost exclusively with the HD phones so far, which is cruel in the extreme, as those are demanding headphones that most portable devices can’t handle at all.
I also got the remote control, which plugs into the top of the player and then your ear buds plug into the reomote. Equalizer Factory Preset Qty.
But I’m playing compressed music on demanding headphones without amplification, so it’s not like I can make a broad general judgment. No problem If you’re among the admittedly dsll few mourning the passing of Apple’s little MP3 players, fear not: But if you’re still in the market for a dedicated music player, there are still some worthy options out there. If you’re among delk admittedly select few mourning the passing of Apple’s little MP3 players, fear not: May 21, at 6: A dock, a USB cable, and a power cable.
Post 12 of Home Entertainment by Ty Pendlebury Oct 28,