I bought myself a webplayer and a 12 gig hard drive intending to use it as an MP3 jukebox...but I am a bit dissapointed with the sound quality. When I hook it up to my big stereo it sounds a bit like...its coming out of a cheap device with off brand chips that used to be an internet appliance for a company that went out of business, wait, I guess it is. It doesnt get very loud and there is a alot of background noise. Is anyone else having this problem? What can I do to make it stop?!?!?
On an mildly related note, I noticed on your webpage (kcr1, link above), that you use an adapter turn the 44 pin laptop connector into a compactflash adapter. The motherboard itself has a space wherein to populate a compactflash slot - is it necessary to add an adapter to the IDE bus, or can one just populate this slot? Does anyone have any experience in this arena?
A friend of mine tried installing a compact flash connector on the board. It didn't work. I don't know if it needed to be one of the upside down adapters or if the motherboard flash pad just doesn't work.Chad http://www.kcrproducts.com/virgin
I have been using the CF-IDE-44 that I got at http://www.flashmemory.com.au/shop/shopdisplayproducts.asp?id=3&cat=FlashMemory+Disk+Drives
if you drill out the two front mounting holes a little bit, you can mount it in place of the modem (which I have not been using.)
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