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World's First Flash Based MPC Player
Niwatori
post Jul 24 2003, 00:38
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where can get more info about it - -" ? any website ?
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post Jul 24 2003, 22:33
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QUOTE (Niwatori @ Jul 23 2003, 03:38 PM)
where can get more info about it - -" ? any website ?
ph34r.gif ( hope will have anychance to see DVD,CD base version... in future. )

How about any version... now? biggrin.gif

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post Jul 24 2003, 22:41
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QUOTE (Joseph @ May 13 2003, 07:55 AM)
aren't mpc's rather large to be put on a flashbased device?

Only if you have encoded your MPCs in a (not necessary) higher quality-level than 5. Remember: Average MPC-bitrate of --q5 is only 170 kbps.

But maybe a breakthru for MPC - same milestone was the plugin for Nero a few months ago. But did you notice? - With Nero 6 the plugins dont work anymore. sad.gif

Hmmm..... i just see, that the original post is already more than 2 months old. Maybe it would be good, if the author would make a statement now, how the things stand on that project.

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post Jul 24 2003, 23:07
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That sounds very interesting and takes MPC's last disadvantage! any more nesw & infos? about that?
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post Jul 24 2003, 23:44
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After trying replaygain, i believe this is a MUST for any portable device, and it looks pretty easy to implement.


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post Jul 25 2003, 00:11
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QUOTE (R.A.F. @ Jul 24 2003, 10:41 PM)
But did you notice? - With Nero 6 the plugins dont work anymore.  sad.gif

Off-topic (sorry), but I've no problem with old plug-in and Nero 6. At least for reencoding operations (ape & mpc -> HE-AAC).
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post Jul 25 2003, 03:14
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Well, that was a nice topic. Now let's all go back to the reality where there exists no such device. smile.gif


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post Jul 25 2003, 03:17
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QUOTE (guruboolez @ Jul 24 2003, 08:11 PM)
Off-topic (sorry), but I've no problem with old plug-in and Nero 6. At least for reencoding operations (ape & mpc -> HE-AAC).

Just to add some info: Also Nero6 plugins work on 5.5. I'm using the HE AAC plugin with my Nero 5.5.10.42


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post Jul 25 2003, 05:27
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QUOTE (rjamorim @ May 13 2003, 08:51 PM)
Vorbis abuses on memory usage at low bitrates.

Use more = abuse?
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post Jul 25 2003, 05:33
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QUOTE (tangent @ Jul 25 2003, 01:27 AM)
Use more = abuse?

Uses too much


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12345
post Jul 25 2003, 08:12
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As with all hardware supporting the freaky formats of this limited audiophile community I believe it exists when I see it or when somebody else has seen it, and touched it, and tried it.
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post Jul 25 2003, 11:34
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It was a clever, intelligent joke - as it seems to me from the start of this thread mad.gif
And until now sad.gif
But ... nice idea, and I'm believing in miracle.

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post Aug 4 2003, 00:01
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post Aug 4 2003, 01:18
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Babelfish to the rescue!


Surmounting classics MSC DM-N128+

Publication time: On June 10, 2003

N128+ is the MSC classical type N128 promotion version, to N128 at the same time which carries on further consummates, joins some newest technology and the function, is in the present MP3 king of function, all-round champion.



Function introduction that,
1. In sets at 128MB the FLASH memory
2. Supports MP3, WMA, WAV and so on the many kinds of audio frequency form broadcast, simultaneously may do then takes along the hard disk use.
3. Supports the FM numeral frequency modulation reception function
4.E-DISK namely inserts namely (98 is an exception with WINDOWS)
5. The especially big screen, may demonstrate information and so on song name, supports, various countries' writing and each kind of typeface and so on English, and the concurrently back light function, at night uses also facilitates freely.
6. The operation contact surface menu demonstrated that, facilitates the use
7. Multi-purpose ear 机线controlling operation
8. The power loss is low, a AA battery may broadcast above for 10 hours
The 9.USB connection, the connection is convenient, downloading speed 390KB/S.
10. The acoustic fidelity is good, is equipped with the high bass and the numeral volume control function
11. Has the digital sound recording function, also the acoustic fidelity is clear
12. Has (POP) popularly, knight (JAZZ), 摇滚 (ROCK), is classical (CLASSIC) four kind of broadcasts styles, you may have one's wish the choice; At the same time, also may the homemade individuality style broadcast pattern (CUSTOM)
13. Has the many kinds of EQ pattern (Jazz, Classic, Rock, Pop, User Mode)
14. In sets at the electricity story-telling script function, the user may consult the telephone number and so on the related information.
15. From defines machine the picture, fully manifests the user the individuality.
16. The attachment game function, black and white game and so on chess, gluttonous snake, Russian block takes to the user more pleasure.
17. Ten thousand years calendar and the clock function, will be allowed to inquire some year some month some day correlation data and so on date and current time.
18. The text reading function, suitablly loves the book public figure.
19.A-B duplicate reads the function, helps you to be quicker, studies the foreign language well.
20. 独具特色 the multi- duties operation function, the user may on the one hand listen to the music on the other hand to play the game, meanwhile may read the stochastic text, fully sympathizes in the fashion the person.
21. Support lyrics synchronization demonstration function, so long as has the standard the LRC lyrics document, then while broadcasts the MP3 music, demonstrates the music lyrics on the screen.
22. The on-line promotion software function, the user will be allowed to enjoy to from now on more more perfect functions
23. Supports the Windows98/ME/2000/XP operating system
24. External dimensions: 57.5 (width) x 83.6 (long) x 17.2 (is high) mm



MSC DM-N128+


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post Aug 4 2003, 01:20
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another detail BabelFish translated (located near the bottom, the comments section)

"How does this kind of contour design everybody to think? Very long has not seen the such ugly MP3 player, today long experience!"

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post Aug 4 2003, 01:45
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QUOTE (12345 @ Jul 24 2003, 11:12 PM)
supporting the freaky formats of this limited audiophile community

If by freaky you mean FREAKIN' AMAZING and by limited you mean AUDITORALLY ENLIGHTENED. Then I agree entirely with your statment.

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post Aug 4 2003, 02:04
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I see no mention of MPC support anywhere on that page.


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post Aug 4 2003, 04:16
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QUOTE (Negative Zero @ Aug 3 2003, 07:04 PM)
I see no mention of MPC support anywhere on that page.

Yeah, seriously...


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post Aug 4 2003, 14:54
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Hahaha, a 128mb player that supports WAV smile.gif


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post Aug 4 2003, 14:58
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QUOTE (Negative Zero @ Aug 4 2003, 02:04 AM)
I see no mention of MPC support anywhere on that page.

Maybe unofficial mpc support (in order to avoid some legal problems). Dream must go on...

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post Aug 4 2003, 16:19
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QUOTE (rjamorim @ Aug 3 2003, 07:18 PM)
Babelfish to the rescue!

[snip]

14. In sets at the electricity story-telling script function, the user may consult the telephone number and so on the related information.

[snip]

Whoa, you mean if I use it to phone somebody, they will tell me a story about electricity?! Wow! This is exactly the feature I was looking for in a portable! Hehe. laugh.gif rolleyes.gif

You've got to love the way Babelfish mangles languages sometimes. Then again, its Chinese is better than mine. tongue.gif


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post Aug 4 2003, 16:27
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Lol. If I had studied my chinese better I'll rather do the translation for you guys than babelfish...
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post Aug 6 2003, 06:00
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Good news, guys : I learned to know a chinese woman 2 years ago over ICQ. She originally wanted to marry me tongue.gif . Maybe I should re-contact her and give her new hope..... First test of her true love to me is, that she has to translate the promotion-text above.

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17. Ten thousand years calendar and the clock function, will be allowed to inquire some year some month some day correlation data and so on date and current time.

Hahah. - Don´t the developers think, their player is a little bit "overtuned"?

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post Aug 6 2003, 06:17
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QUOTE (guruboolez @ Jul 25 2003, 01:11 AM)
QUOTE (R.A.F. @ Jul 24 2003, 10:41 PM)
But did you notice? - With Nero 6 the plugins don?t work anymore.  sad.gif

Off-topic (sorry), but I've no problem with old plug-in and Nero 6. At least for reencoding operations (ape & mpc -> HE-AAC).

Also off topic, also sorry.... Just for the record: It was because Nero 6 changes the path where to find the plugins by default. But if you fix this, all the plugins work fine indeed.

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post Aug 6 2003, 07:01
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QUOTE (Joseph @ May 13 2003, 07:55 AM)
aren't mpc's rather large to be put on a flashbased device?

Indeed. Actually I don´t have any MP3-flash-player, so I had no idea, how many songs only fit on 128 MB....
Here is the result of my calculations, how many MPC-songs fit on a 128 MB flash-memory-card (assumed every song lasts 4 minutes):

--q 5 (176 kbps avg. bitrate): ~ 24 songs. (= 1 song has 5,156 MB)
--q 6 (206 kbps avg. bitrate): ~ 21 songs. (= 1 song has 6,035 MB)
--q 7 (235 kbps avg. bitrate): ~ 18 songs. (= 1 song has 6,885 MB)
--q 8 (265 kbps avg. bitrate): ~ 16 songs. (= 1 song has 7,764 MB)

for comparing:
MP3 128 (128 kbps avg. bitrate): ~ 34 songs. (= 1 song has 3,750 MB)

Conclusion: 128 MB is *maybe* enough for 128 kbit MP3´s, but in no way for the MPC-format. sad.gif

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