05-25-2010 11:57 AM
Tech Support!!! A few grammatical errors and English words in Russian translation
In “[...]” - more correct variant.
All words ‘Подтв.’ can be replaced by ‘Подтвердить’
Next - menu structure with corrections in [...] (with ***)
-Параметры музыки(button “Down”, when music plays)
-Рейтинг композиции - ***** Star[Балл], Stars[Баллов] ***
-Album [Альбом] ***
-Удалить Композицию [Удалить трек], because ‘Композицию’ is too long word
-Информация о треке
-Artist [Артист](required scrolling of value) ***
-Album [Альбом] (required scrolling of value) ***
-Genre [Жанр] ***
-CODEC [Кодек] ***
-Duration [Время] (more correct is ‘Длительность’, but string is too short ***
-Size [Размер] ***
-Bitrate [Битрейт] ***
-Sample rate [Частота] ***
-Track number [Номер трека] ***
-Year [Год] ***
-Дата и время
-Дата [Число] ***
-Время [Формат] ***
-Установить заводские настройки[Сброс настроек по-умолчанию]
-Свободно - MB [МБ] (МБ is Russian) ***
05-28-2010 12:14 PM
I am a new Sansa Clip+ owner (FW version reported by device is v01.01.05F), and I have a question/concern:
I saw in posts about a previous FW update (01.02.09) that when selecting Europe as a region, the High volume setting is no longer available. Can someone confirm that this is still the case with this new FW?
Also, when compared to older (like my original FW) versions, is there any reduction of the max volume (provided that you are always in High volume setting)?
The reason I am asking is because I had awful experience of low max volume of another device that complies with the European directives, and being sick and tired of it, I don't want to have the same situation again. With my current FW version, the Normal volume setting is too low for me, and the High setting is just right, so any further reduction of the max volume I can get from the device will simply prompt me to go and buy another one.
The problems the new firmwares fix are not so important to me (even the famous FM 50% volume bug), so if someone confirms my concerns, I will just avoid upgrading.
Thanks in advance!
05-28-2010 03:49 PM
The easy solution, as stated elsewhere (and yes, the lower EU volume situation still persists; and no, I'm not aware that the newer firmware lowers volume below earlier versions): just set the player to N. America or Rest of World when installing the firmware, or Reset All under System Settings to one of those regions. No reason not to, getting all the benefit of the firmware revisions.
05-29-2010 02:18 AM
Thanks for your quick response Miikerman.
OK, I just crossed my fingers and made the FW update (by the way the updater did not work for me - it said "No update service available" or something like that - so I had to do it the manual way). For all interested I can now confirm that there is no reduction in the max volume you can get in the High volume setting.
06-21-2010 07:11 AM
No, it doesn't. Freeze-ups during database refreshing are either caused by bad (or missing) ID3 tags or corrupted files.
06-21-2010 07:37 AM
Oh, I'm not talking about freezing during refresh, I'm talking about how it simply freezes up while playing music. Since yesterday, it freeze upon power up. After resetting 5 or 6 times it might finally come on, then freeze again when I push any button. It freezes with the logo, and freezes when I unplug it from my computer with the "Disconnected" word showing and the battery bar still moving like it's still plugged in. I'm calling Sandisk at 8:00 this morning to see what to do. Hopefully they are really in California. I get really frustrated when I have to talk to someone in another country who I can barely understand and who needs me to repeat everything I say!
But yes, mine freezes in many different modes, and now won't even power up at all. But I did get lucky this morning because yesterday I couldn't load the firmware after 8 or 10 tries, but this morning it worked.