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Hi-Res Player PLENUE D PD-32G-SB
|Supported standards||MP3, ALAC, AIFF, APE, FLAC, WMA, WAV, OGG|
About this item
- Product capacity: Built-in memory: 32GB * / External memory: microSD Card (more than 64GB is available in FAT32 format)
- Size and weight: 53.1mm (W) x 77.2mm (H) x 14.9mm (D) / 94g
- Audio support: file format FLAC / WAV / AIFF / ALAC / APE / MP3 / WMA / OGG / audio characteristics: SNR 123dB / THD + N 0.004% (24bit, 48kHz) / Stereo Crosstalk -105dB / Output: 1Vrms / output impedance : 0.5Ω
- Connected PC Specifications: CPU Pentium lll 500MHz or higher / OS: Windows 8/7 / Vista / XP / 2000 / ME: all the functions corresponding / MAC OS 10.x / Linux v2.4 or higher: file transfer support USB Port 2.0 High Speed recommended
- Japanese manual URL (PDF): http://www.cowonjapan.com/zeroboard/data/C09/PLENUE_D_1.2.2_JP_manual.pdf
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- Batteries : 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 7.7 x 5.3 x 1.5 cm; 95 Grams
- Date First Available : 26 March 2018
- Manufacturer : COWON JAPAN
- ASIN : B018WNI9N6
- Item Model Number : PD-32G-SB
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Commodity Description 24bit / 192kHz high-resolution support 2.8 inch Touch display high quality 24bit / 192kHz Stereo DAC mounted powerful playback time 51 hours (24bit 96kHz) corresponding to built-in 32GB + micro SD128GB
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The only problem I had was the battery did start to deplete when I turned it off, but a helpful Amazon buyer instructed why the was happening and how to stop it in the settings menu.
Great piece of equipment with a quality feel, not cheap but well worth it if you want to listen to quality sound on the move in my opinion.
Not had any issues so far, as I expected from my previous device the user interface is horrible (knocks 1 star off), but I'm extremely used to it now. Battery life is perfect, and one of the main reasons I don't want them to switch to Android. I'll happy take a rubbish interface design like this with decent battery life.
For tagging I strongly recommend the software MP3Tag, it is so much better than using a Media Player to tag the files (works with other audio formats as well). It's manual editing but you have far greater control and an array of options, it also embeds coverart correctly into the file as with some media players it doesn't. So the player will read your coverart correctly, provided it's in .jpg format as I think it will only work with that file type.
Edit:- The track titles are listed and displayed on screen. I just needed to look in the right place before I rushed into print so this makes this a five star review. I apologies to all my readers.