strictly speaking such items like xbox, playstation, dbox2 etc are not natively supporting Ogg Vorbis, and belong only to the software players page. But they might not be found there by the crowd. what do other wiki editors think about it ?
- I added a sentence (copied from VorbisHardware) about hardware that is able to run third-party software. --Blenda 09:11, 11 January 2006 (PST)
It is not shure, that the Yakumo Hypersound Car plays OGG. May be only the UK-Version (manuals are diffrent between UK and Germany) or only over the SD Card not from CD.
- I can confirm that the UK version of this unit plays OGG from USB, SD and CD, as long as the CD drive is recognised (see links in main entry). Seantellis 08:06, 27 November 2006 (PST)
Saw this car unit on German ebay by PLU2. Says OGG on the display and plays from SD/USB. Can also record radio, but looks like that is only to MP3. That auction closed at 80 Euros. Included corporate site on main page, but can't see that unit there. Steevc 03:21, 4 July 2006 (PDT)
- They've updated their page now have you can clearly see OGG on the unit's display Steevc 09:58, 2 September 2006 (PDT)
- Yes, let's please merge the sections. To me they should both be under static. But either page (static or portable) would be fine if there is a pointer from one to the other. I just made some buying decisions based on the static page - and I would have bought something else had I known about the portable page! Bendb 15:47, 11 September 2006 (PDT)
- Ben, I had the opposite problem - after all, a car player moves around, right, so it must be portable! I have therefore merged the Automobiles section from the portable players page into here, leaving a link from the old section. I have also normalized the formatting, and removed some duplicated information. Given the confusion as to whether this is static or portable, we might think about having a specific page for it. Seantellis 08:00, 27 November 2006 (PST)