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I think LG's player MF-FM30 looks nice. BUT, does it have support for UMS (the products homepage doesn't say so so I guess not) or does there software work in Linux? Somebody who knows?
Hannulan - 23:48, 1 oktober 2006
 
== Recording in Ogg ==
I would like to know which Players can '''record''' in OGG?! -- [[User:217.186.150.213|217.186.150.213]] 17:03, 26 Dec 2004 (PST)
:Ditto. Absolutely vital information. Do any of the players listed also record in OGG? If anyone has experience with A player, please state specifically whether it does or does not record in OGG.[[User:Nickhill|Nickhill]] 15:04, 4 June 2006 (PDT) ::Never heard of one that does, and there isn't a fixed point reference encoder, which makes it unlikely.
== Pretec Allegro may need firmware update ==
Awesome table, BTW. --[[User:Lemi4|Lemi4]] 00:47, 19 August 2006 (PDT)
 
== Yet another layout discussion ==
 
It looks like the tables thing is starting to come together, now for some outside the box thinking: there are a lot of players listed, and the table format will actually make listings 'longer'. What can be done? Split the pages alphabetically by manufacturer (makes it harder to find a player you don't already know about)? Split them by features? Something incredibly unconventional but inspired?
 
Seperate note, it's about time to give the layout discussion its own page, I'm not sure if that's just a cut and paste job. -- [[User:Imalone|Imalone]] 16:02, 17 November 2006 (PST)
== NEXBlack out ==
I got my NEXBlack player today from Frontier Labs. It is a nice gadget with sleek design. They have corrected the occasional snap-sounds that came between tracks and it is overall more usable now. Ogg-files also play fine, but the current firmware doesn't have ogg-tag reader, which is somewhat major drawback. The music selection works through mp3-tags and you can select by album, artist, genre and playlist, but since ogg tags won't work you have to select "unordered" to play them. Ogg-files are all listed in one big list. I hope they either implement a ogg-tag reader or revert to old Nex IIe system where you could select by folder in the flash disc. But for the cheap price ($89), it is a good player... waiting for a new firmware..
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