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Anyone aware of forums with more specific Inno support?


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#1 OFFLINE   rkreitl

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Posted 06 June 2008 - 01:05 PM

I've had an Inno since Christmas and pretty much love it. But it doesn have some real PITA "features". Like having a song recorded from MX that works fine for about a month and then you lose the last half of it. Or their lack of support for Vista and Napster Light. I have yet to find a may to manage my playlists from my Vista PC. Running Napster Light on XP works great, but do dice on Vista.

So I am looking for any forum that really hits the Inno.

Thanks.

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#2 OFFLINE   Mavrick

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Posted 06 June 2008 - 01:13 PM

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#3 OFFLINE   davring

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Posted 06 June 2008 - 01:24 PM

I've had an Inno since Christmas and pretty much love it. But it doesn have some real PITA "features". Like having a song recorded from MX that works fine for about a month and then you lose the last half of it. Or their lack of support for Vista and Napster Light. I have yet to find a may to manage my playlists from my Vista PC. Running Napster Light on XP works great, but do dice on Vista.

So I am looking for any forum that really hits the Inno.

Thanks.


This may sound a bit bazaar, but I throw a DVD+RW in my DVD recorder and record six hours of music, from D*, than rip it into my PC, extract the audio and convert it to whatever I choose. I can then edit, if I choose, but mostly I convert it to Mpg and load it into my Walkman/phone. Quite simple to do, I let it record overnight.
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Posted 06 June 2008 - 01:36 PM

This may sound a bit bazaar, but I throw a DVD+RW in my DVD recorder and record six hours of music, from D*, than rip it into my PC, extract the audio and convert it to whatever I choose. I can then edit, if I choose, but mostly I convert it to Mpg and load it into my Walkman/phone. Quite simple to do, I let it record overnight.

Wow. I guess that works. Kind of a pain though. With the Inno, I have several channels set to record every night. Then I just grab it from its cradle and go. Much easier. :)

#5 OFFLINE   davring

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Posted 06 June 2008 - 01:45 PM

Wow. I guess that works. Kind of a pain though. With the Inno, I have several channels set to record every night. Then I just grab it from its cradle and go. Much easier. :)


Does sound a bit easier, but I don't have one. What I described is alot easier than it sounds. Honestly didn't even know what an "Inno" was until I just Googled it:)
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#6 OFFLINE   rkreitl

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Posted 08 June 2008 - 05:51 PM

Most of my recordings are off of XM150 (Comedy). As I'm listening, if I like something I press record. When commercials or an artist that has been over played comes on I flip over to my recordings. No burn this, copy that. I just press a button. Overall I'm really happy with the Inno just "need more input".

Mavrick, thanks for your suggestions.




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