Archive | December 2009

Getting music on your Sandisk Sansa Fuze

Check out YAPL!

YAPL is a media manager.

This program is designed to produce playlists compatible with the Sansa FUZE media player. It’s very rough around the edges at the moment, but appears to work on the only FUZE I have available to test with (Mine). It creates playlists that can reference files on either of the FUZE’s drives. YAPL can also edit the metadata tags that accompany most of the supported file formats.

http://paul.dunn.googlepages.com/YAPL0.4.zip

http://www.anythingbutipod.com/forum/showthread.php?t=47877

http://forums.sandisk.com/sansa/board/message?board.id=sansafuse&message.id=33331

yapl TagEditor

Exclusive: Get Company of Heroes Complete Pack for 52% off!

cohcom

Its stupidly simple, just buy the Company of Heroes: Gold and then Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor

so it goes something like this

Company of Heroes: Gold + Tales of Valor = 14.98

Company of Heroes: Complete = 30,97€

But you have only less than 4 hours left! so hurry if you want all three coh games cheap

sorry, run out, but you can still get Gold + Tales of valor for 20% off 24.98€

Sandisk Sansa Fuze

I got a fuze for christmas and i love it, it supports formats you dont often see on a mp3 player, like FLAC and Ogg Vorbis! it even supports Replay Gain

The Good:
Exellent Audio Quality
Exellent Build Quality (it feels hard!)
Supports FLAC and Ogg Vorbis, MP3, WMA
Supports MicroSDHC so you can put upto 40GB in it (8GB+32GB MicroSDHC)
Supports Both MTP And MSC
Supports FM Radio

The Bad:
Only 224×176 20fps DivX DX50 Video  (video is a bonus future)
Not the best LCD screen
No AAC support
No h264 video
FM Radio has no RDS, so no station name, and its a little wonky when you search

Company of Heroes: Gold 29% cheaper in EU!

coh  + coh-of

Atleast THQ loves €uropeans!

Company of Heroes Gold

US: $14.99
UK: £7.49 (20% lower)
EU: 7,49€ (29% lower)

LG CH08 BD-ROM 8x User Review

I just  installed a LG CH08 earlier in my system, holy cow its a fast BD-ROM, it even burns DVDs and CDs, well worth the premium over other drives that only does BD-ROM/DVD-ROM/CD-ROM

the noise is silent, i mean i cant hear it, unless my ears has gone the way of the dodo

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System:

  • AMD Phenom II 965 125W  C3
  • Gigabyte GA-MA790FXT-UD5P (Connected to AMD SB750 in AHCI mode)
  • OCZ Platinum 1600mhz 2GB Singel Channel DDR3 @ 1333mhz 6-6-6-18 1.8v
  • Sapphire Radeon HD 5870 1GB
  • 1x WDC VelociRaptor 150GB
  • 2x Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB
  • LG CH08 8x BD-ROM/ 16x DVD-RW/ 48x CD-RW
  • LG GH22 22x DVD-RW, 40x CD-RW
  • Asus Xonar DX Soundcard
  • Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit