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    Is there any way to play music on the Treo?

    Options would include mp3's or even streaming audio over the modem.

    I'm guessing no.
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    The only music it's going to make is the bleeps and bloops from the system midid alarm/ringtone sounds. There is no audio DSP, and the dragonball really isn't fast enough to decode compressed audio. There are apps that let you play wav files on palms, but the files are still very large, and the sound quality is atrocious since the piezo speaker isn't designed for wav output.

    While it's not an iPod, I'm still hoping some clever developer will make an "Alarm Sound Jukebox" of some kind, allowing Palms to play their system midi sounds like a jukebox. It can be done, and would be a fun little time waster at least.

    But no, no "real" music from a Treo. I doubt ever.

    -Greg
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    I was thinking about the same thing this weekend...
    Would it be possible to use the phone's DAC to convert digital audio files to a output on the speakers?
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    Originally posted by ToolkiT
    I was thinking about the same thing this weekend...
    Would it be possible to use the phone's DAC to convert digital audio files to a output on the speakers?
    Yeah, can the phone A/D hardware communicate with palm software? Not only would you be able to play music, but you could record voice notes.
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    they said they were going to do it on this unit, but something tells me they didnt.. check the developer site.. i will when i get to work.
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