Rockbox Ports are now being developed for various digital audio players!
Hi,if I am correct, the ATJ2127 is the same soc as in the clip sport and does not features enough memory for Rockbox to run. In its current state, Rockbox requires at the very least 1MB of memory to run, with many features disabled. Ideally, you want 2MB or 4MB of memory.
I am unsure if I undertsood your question properly: you meant which soc is supported by rockbox and is best to build a player with it ?
Good sounding hardware would be nice. And even nicer if Rockbox would run efficiently on it. And even if you're aiming to make a very affordable player, make sure it will last a bit. Don't cheap out on buttons and jacks. I bet I'm not the only one who prefers a great value for money to an incredibly cheap product. Speaking of buttons: Your current players don't have enough buttons to use Rockbox comfortably.
Is atj213x still in stock? It is possible target for rockbox (I made some work for this SoC in this direction). Nano-d has too little ram (if I read the informations provided correctly). As pamaury stated earlier, 4MB of ram is about the smallest feasible amount unless you can memory map flash and run code from there which saves you something like ~300-400kB max.Ingenic 4760 is used in Fiio X1 so I assume it is readily available.
Thank you for the advice! Although we are aiming the mass market, but we don't use cheap material. The buttons were imported in Japan. Check out our new model. AGPTEK B03 has two more buttons to A02.
Thanks a lots. Those suitable chips are quite old.
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