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OK, I am going to rant again about that but I am sorry, this needs to be repeated again and again and again.
I am bloody pissed off that when you buy a Cowon product, you only get the basic version of the player. [cursing]. Second player I buy, second time I get a basic version... What is it with Cowon? What is the rationale? [help]
They are on par with car dealers on that one... Why? [confused]
The rationale is that if you want advanced features you should be willing to pony up some cash...and if you don't care about those features then you won't pay for them.
Not really sure why this bothers you so much...
Yes. I do understand the economic model behind Cowon's choice. However, when I spend $300 more on a player, I also expect to the plus version of the Cowon software.
Now, maybe I am expecting too much. And I certainly don't agree with Cowon's choice. Point is: everything should be part of a package...
If it was the case, I would probably use JetAudio as my primary player...
When you spend $340 on a $300 product you can have the premium version of the software. Otherwise you can have the product for $300, and pay your $40 for mediamonkey, dbpoweramp, or whatever player you pick (premium version) which is how it works now.
Those of us who already bought a 'premium player' elsewhere are not going to pay $340 for $300 product so we can get another one we don't want. Which is same reason Iaudio (and everyone else) also bundles cr&p headphones, case (if any) etc. etc. Why should Audio player software be any different? (Or maybe you are one of these folks who thinks 'all software is free'?).
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