Does Clip Zip have equalizer off option

Buying an MP3 player and it’s an option I would like to have. The user manual mentions being able to leave it on “normal”, not exactly sure if that means the same as off. I am also wondering this question for Fuze+ and Clip+. Thank you. :robottongue:

@iamnotagogorana wrote:

Buying an MP3 player and it’s an option I would like to have. The user manual mentions being able to leave it on “normal”, not exactly sure if that means the same as off. I am also wondering this question for Fuze+ and Clip+. Thank you. :robottongue:

I don’t know about the Fuze+, but on the Clip+ and Clip Zip and the original Fuze, the “normal” setting measn the equalizer is disabled.

Normal EQ Setting = OFF

The Clip Zip’s equalizer is completely in the digital realm.  By selecting Normal, the processor leaves the output unchanged.

Oh, almost forgot.  The Freescale processor in the Fuze+ uses a similar processing topology, with digital EQ, all signal processing is upstream of the (analog) output.  Selecting “normal” is effectively the same as “off” for the EQ.

Bob  :smileyvery-happy:

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