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Re: Music continuity problem with N9

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Juzti
Posts: 1

Music continuity problem with N9

I have downloaded my music from my computer to my N9 using the "use as mass media" -option which you are given when you attach N9 to a computer. Everything else is perfect and how it should be (with these prices) but there is one thing that bothers me.

 

When I am playing an album that doesn't have breaks between songs, N9 produces a one/two-second lasting break between songs. This is pretty annoying especially when I am listening to an album with no breaks at all.

 

How can I make the breaks go away? Thanks in advance.

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donofworld
Posts: 1,195

Re: Music continuity problem with N9

There is no settings to change that delay.....Only a future software update can change that thing
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Smersh
Posts: 3

Re: Music continuity problem with N9

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Indeed, annoying. Usually such gaps are due to the way lossy audio compression (like mp3) works, though a decent player will eliminate the gaps. However, I noticed on the N9 it even happens with lossless FLAC files, so it seems the N9 player is implemented quite crudely. The situation was similar with Android, but better player apps have since appeared on the market. I hope this gets fixed on the N9, or that an alternative appears (there is the Sigma Music Player, but as far as I know it does not do gapless either).

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