I am seeing a weird bug on the Clip+ using FLAC files. I ripped two tracks from a CD to FLAC format, gave them the same album tag, and transferred to the Clip+ using MSC mode. So now there is an album on the player with two tracks. When it gets to the end of the first track, it does not go to the second track. The player hangs.
I brought this up with tech support today, and they told me that, with FLAC files, bit rates of over 600 kbps are not supported. I asked if this is a bug that could be fixed, or if it’s a fundamental limitation with the player, and they said the latter.
I was just wondering if anyone knows anything further about this. I would have liked to be able to copy tracks losslessly from CD to my computer and then simply transfer the files to the Clip+ and listen to them. One would have thought that this would be straightforward. The Clip+ user manual, as far as I can tell, says nothing about a bitrate limitation. It just says “FLAC and Ogg Vorbis are variable bit rate.” Any idea what’s going on, anyone? Thanks!
p.s. In case it’s relevant, I use EAC for ripping; it calls an external converter to convert to FLAC.