Originally Posted by okiru880
@Milkerman re: "You do know that this is the "Sticky: Rockbox: Clip Zip" thread, so who gives a **** about the OF in here"
I was simply replying to Jeanc's post. I wouldn't have thought that by me providing a helpful reply should have provoked this kind of reaction...
@WalkGood re: "find it interesting that some people just find Rockbox too complex"
I personally see advantages in using both the OF and Rockbox regularly.
I do not find Rockbox (or it's menus) complex at all and appreciate the full extent of it's settings. I also know the user manual inside and out.
I use the OF for my 70 ohm studio monitor headphones as I find EQ'ing extra bass in on the OF allows a little "compression" to take place and sounds 'nicer', despite forum members suspecting that this maybe a 'placebo' effect and that actually no compression is taking place.
Rockbox - I regularly use when I attach my Clip Zip as a source to my amp e.t.c for the cleanest of analogue audio signals (Zip-wise).
I hope that whoever reads my forum posts considers them to be honest and non-derogatory replies to others forum members.
Some how you have miss quoted me, look here
. And my post was only in response to Mikerman's post above mine here
If you think that the OF provides good bass via EQ then you’ll be really impressed with rockbox EQ as it blows the OF away hands down. And what compression are you talking about?
Last what do you mean by “cleanest of analogue audio signals (Zip-wise)?” Either in the OF or rockbox the signal is the same as long as you are not using sound enhancements.