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Old 06-23-2007, 11:11 PM
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Default Do the new Irviers have the "SD" mode for eq?

I have an older 256mb Iriver that has an eq setting "SD" it has normal, rock, classical, jazz etc too. I really like listening to music in this mode. I tried the Sansa E280 and it didn't sound the same. I guess my ears are trained in SD mode. I wanted to upgrade my mp3 player. I was wondering if Iriver offered this SD mode in their newer flash players. I'm looking for something in the 4-8gm range. Thank you
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Old 06-24-2007, 01:23 AM
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I have the T60, and I'm not quite sure what you mean by SD mode. I've just looked at the sound settings for the first time (to answer this post). I'm going to write down what I see on the screen, even though I don't understand it. It has "SRS" settings, in which you can set it on SRS (range is between 1 and 10, factory setting is 6. you can't tell the difference unless you jump from 1 to 10 quickly- 10 is slightly louder and slightly clearer), focus (low, mid, high, factory setting is mid- high is louder and clearer, but the difference is minute on the clearer), trubass (1-10, factory setting 6- even on change between 1 and 10, I can't tell the difference), wow (ranges between 40 and 400, factory setting 40- the higher it goes, the more echoey but louder it seems to be), and definition (factory setting 4, range 1-10- 10 is marginally louder and somewhat clearer than 1).

It also has an equaliser, but it doesn't appear to have "normal, rock, classic, jazz" selections or anything like that.

(Maybe someone who knows more than me can explain what the things on my machine mean- for the OP as well as myself- and whether my observations are correct-ish)
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