Join Date: Dec 2004
can the I5 play really long files without stopping with no other reason then running out of battery.
I have very long mp3 files from different kinds of lectures ( 4-5hrs ) and i want to be able to listen to them without any problems.
Also the feature that ifp's 7xx, 8xx have is fading out at the and of songs and fading in at the beginning of a new one, is this possible with g3 or I5 ?
...thanks a lot !
also is there any real diference in voice recordings with I5vs G3 ?
here is what one guy had to say on the subject :
"This has been noted in other threads. Voice recordings made on the G3 tend to sound a bit muffled. Voice recordings made on the i5 sound a bit brighter, but thin. The G3 has a neat A-B button which is great when you're trying to learn lyrics. I have one of each and am still trying to decide which to sell and which to keep. I'd keep the G3 but I think I like the sound of the i5's voice recorder better."
..i have litle less then 7 days to decide wich one to get, so any thoughts on this would be very welcome, i'll be using a recording feature a lot, so it is very important to me to see what you have to say on this.
all the best, cheers !
...not known as cerbie...
Join Date: Feb 2005
It will play long files, but does not fade.
I have no idea about the recording.
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