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  1.    #1  
    While this seems like a great idea...how does one carry all the music files? How do you listen without a way to increase the volume or use earphones?
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    what are you talking about?
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    Right now its just a toy, the sound quality is nowhere near what you'd get with an MP3 module etc... It can have pretty okay sound levels in a fairly quiet room though.
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    Timmins,

    They are talking about the Palm Audio Player from Netmite Corporation. You probably want to read the FAQs on their web site and the user reviews at PalmGear before installing this software on your PDA.

    Ed
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    Originally posted by timmins
    what are you talking about?
    lol, sorry I just found that funny. I didn't know what he was talking about either.
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    This is a really cool litte program. I only wish my Visor's speaker was louder. What would be cool is if the Memplug could play these sound files directly off of the Smart Media card too, then you would have tons of space to store the sound files in.

    On a side note- I wonder if you could (if you were electronically inclined) connect some sort of a sound out mini-jack on the Visor. Then you could listen to the music with headphones. It isn't the best quality, but it's good enough.
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    OH MY GOD!!!

    UNBELIVABLE COOL AND EASY OT UNDERSTAND!!!!

    I used to have midiplay, and that's great, just there's no word,s and it's pretty bad. THIS IS AWESOME! IT's the quality of the radio receoption I get around here, jsut a bit soft. I can't belive it works so well!! I need a storage system though..

    EVERY ONE SHOULD GET THIS! IT'S THE NEXT BIGGEST THING FOR THE VISOR!!!

    -miradu2000
    omg!
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    Originally posted by lennonhead

    On a side note- I wonder if you could (if you were electronically inclined) connect some sort of a sound out mini-jack on the Visor. Then you could listen to the music with headphones. It isn't the best quality, but it's good enough.
    Somebody on Palm De Cool did exactly what you are talking about, and added a headphones jack to a Visor Prism. I don't think that it would add to the volume, or the sound quality because you are still connecting to the same device, buit I'm not sure about that.

    BEN
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    Think anyone will ever develop an stereo/audio springboard? Or be able to use the other audio springboards (mp3 or radio or vox) to expand the audio capabilities of the visor? If Sony can do with the PalmOS so can the rest of the guys...
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    Are we all talking about the same program?
    I tried it on my Prism and all I can say is, "IT SUCKS!" The sound quality was terrible.
    Richard Grogan
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  11. #11  
    Originally posted by purplemd
    Think anyone will ever develop an stereo/audio springboard? Or be able to use the other audio springboards (mp3 or radio or vox) to expand the audio capabilities of the visor? If Sony can do with the PalmOS so can the rest of the guys...
    What I think would be kool if Handspring (I belive they should do it to set a standard).. Is to make a "sound blaster" type springboard, using off the shelf (cheap) audio chips, doesn't have to be a true "sound blaster" card, there are lots of generic audio cards for PC's and lots of them are cheap! So I could easily see a "sound blaster like" spring board for under $50 (audio features only). The spring board could have a built in mono speaker and a stereo headphone jack, volume control (a-la sounds good), and maybe a joystick/midi dongle type connector, (this would be a gamers module), maybe add some flash ram for game storage. Now I doubt you could play mp3's on it, (insufficient Palm processor power to decode the mp3 compression) but at least game sounds & alarms would be FAR BETTER than today.. and even something like NetMite Audio & Teal Movie would sound a bit better. Of course the down side is with the module plugged in you could not read a teal movie directly from compact flash card. (unless you build in a CF, MMC or Smart Media interface but that adds to the cost).
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