OK I think I got it figured out. I had the thing laying on my desk disassembled, so I ran it of an AC adapter. Well it turns out that it works fine when it's connected to the battery pack. I don't know what this means, but that's what I've discovered.
Check your AC adapter for 4.5V, 450mA. Some stores (BestBuy, Amazon, ???) have been selling 3V 300mA warts and claiming they're compatible (thanks fish, ppr from #pixterdev on freenode for straightening me out).
OK a quick question. The only adapter I could find with the right size plug that provides enough current ins a 5v adapter, which is o course .5 volts over the usual normal voltage level. Will prolonged exposure to the slight overvoltage damage the electronics?
My juicebox will sometimes show an mp3 with no filename, and lock up saying that 'the sample is not 44100 mhz'
it's only done this if i've been listening to music for a long time. btw. i have mp3 version 1.0.5, the build number is 040812232933. it's not a problem to me, but it's still kinda wierd. i don't know if this is because of the sd card though. anyone else have this problem?
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