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Many tapers use external mic preamps/AD converters (for sound quality reasons, phantom power etc.) and feed a digital signal to the recorder.I for one have a digimod Edirol UA5 that I'm currently using with a Nomad JB3 (which has a digital optical in).I'd like better to use it with my Rockbox H120 ;-)
I don't know about the optical in though...I'm sure it will eventually get done although I personally cant think of any point in it...Surely if you already have a digital source, you are better off re-encoding it using a computer instead of doing it real-time through the optical in? Or maybe there is something else you could use it for that I haven't thought of...?? :-)
The reason I bought an iRiver H140 was to record .wav files via optical input. I use a digital mixer as part of my PA rig at live gigs, and have to keep an accurate copy of what goes through the main stereo speakers. Because of the dropped samples in the iRiver firmware (even in the latest release), I still can't use the H140, and instead have to rely on a trusty old Denon minidisc deck. However, minidiscs are a lossy medium.I've given up hope of iRiver fixing the missing samples bug, and so am waiting patiently for RockBox to add optical input to their otherwise excellent code.
I've given up hope of iRiver fixing the missing samples bug, and so am waiting patiently for RockBox to add optical input to their otherwise excellent code.
As far as I know and have tested, the missing samples problem was resolved in firmware 1.66. I have tried tests that produced the clicks in previous versions and did not get the clicks in 1.66.
I believe there was a "fix" that worked with at least one of the iriver f/w versions. You just had to keep the joystick held in a direction whilst recording.
You could perhaps get a Hi-MD recorder - optical in and lossless recording ability. You only get something like 90 mins to a disk, but that may be enough?
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