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Old 09-12-2008, 09:59 AM
mattcro mattcro is offline
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In short... No, you can't get the display to turn off completely unless you put the player in lock/hold mode. And then you can't use any buttons.

I'd love it too if the display blanked completely after a while with no button presses... just like cellphones, PDAs etc (and other media players). I'm sure it would save a lot of power.

The next best solution is the wired remote - you can lock the Zen (and blank the screen) but still control playback/volume via the remote.
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