Being repetitive is the only way big companies listen, if there are enough people wanting/asking for something it makes it more likely it will happen. This thread is to collect votes/signatures of Fuze owners who would really appreciate gapless playback. Seeing that Sansa only a couple of months ago released a new firmware for the Fuze got me thinking that they aren’t going to be abandoning the Fuze just yet. But it would be nice to hear from Sansa if they do plan on anymore firmware updates which will include new features rather than bug fixes.
1.) No, it isn’t. But it IS a sure way to be annoying, both to the other people on this forum and to those SanDisk employees that frequent here as well. You might think you’re offering something fresh, but believe me we have heard it ALL before! You’re late to the party. This is just the most recent in a series of gripe/bitch threads on the subject. There have been many others prior to this.
2.) Again, if you had done your homework & searched prior to posting, you would’ve discovered there are already numerous existing threads on the subject that you could have added your support too.
3.) Once more, reading or searching out existing threads can really benefit those unfamiliar with this forum (or any one for that matter). Had you done this, you would have discovered that this was already discussed and confirmed that ‘gapless’ is on the firmware development team’s ‘To-Do’ list. They are working on it as we speak. Sansafix himself already stated in this very thread that (in so many words) the thread itself is unnecessary as almost everyone would enjoy, or appreciate ‘gapless’ playback.
4.) Yet, one more time . . . if you (or anyone) would spend just a few minutes reading what has already been written on this boards, you would see that SanDisk is committed to improving the workings via firmware updates. Also, the updates are not just ‘bug-fixes’! Every one I’ve ever seen, regardless of model has had new features & improvments as well as problems solved.
Message Edited by fuze_owner-GB on 07-02-2009 03:53 PM