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Cowon iAudio 9+ 16Gb

Overall rating 4 stars
4 from 6 reviews
Specifications
Weight
40 g
Dimensions (Shmht)
43x95x8.9 mm
Type
Flash
Built-in memory
16 GB
Batteries
own Li-Pol
Charging the battery
from USB
The maximum operating time
29 h
Specifications
Weight:
40 g
Dimensions (Shmht):
43x95x8.9 mm
Type:
Flash
Built-in memory:
16 GB
Batteries:
own Li-Pol
Charging the battery:
from USB
The maximum operating time:
29 h

Reviews

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Overall rating 4 stars
6 reviews
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Overall rating stars
December 10, 2009

Comment:

I’ve been looking out for a 16GB player to replace my G3 4GB Nano, as while it’s going strong isn’t going to last forever and I could do with the extra storage.

This player looks nice and I’d love to avoid paying the Apple Tax but there are some deal breakers that most players seem to have.

– Gapless playback is a must. This is 2009 for goodness sake
– Compilations should be searchable as such, not as an infuriating list of artists that clog up your browsing experience. Does anyone apart from Apple get this right? Incedentally the iPod software is a genuine pleasure to use. This is the level other manufacturers should aspire to instead of interfaces that look like they were programmed ten years ago (I’m looking at you Sony!).
– It must Scrobble. If Apple can manage to integrate it into the iPod then why not everyone else? Even the Shuffle I use at the Gym Scrobbles. I want stats. STAT!

Although the sound quality in the Cowon and Sony players is said to be better than the iPods, will I really notice with my Sony earbuds whilst on the Tube? I doubt it. I like my Nano and get on with iTunes which works just fine on my Athlon X2 / Win 7 PC. I’d like a bit more choice than just an iPod Nano or an iPod Touch.

Overall rating stars
December 11, 2009

Comment:

Well, the iAudio 9 does do gapless playback, as the review mentioned.

I just wish it had more space. I’d love to replace my 30GB iPod (running Rockbox) but it’s almost full, and although I could probably trim down my music to 16GB worth that I actually want to listen to on the go, I’d rather not have to take the time for it – just as I’d rather not take the time to re-encode everything in a format the stupider players can understand (the vast majority of my music is in Ogg Vorbis).

Still, this looks like a wonderful little device overall. I will definitely be considering it.

Overall rating stars
December 11, 2009

Comment:

@Mawich

I think you’d find that the i9 does playback OGG.

Overall rating stars
December 18, 2009

Comment:

TR, Please review the Creative Zen XFi2 player. If possible please do a video review for it as well. Thanks.

Overall rating stars
January 2, 2010

Comment:

I’ve just recently entered the world of MP3 players after having put my entire colletion on MP3.

I was excited to read that the iAudio9 has gapless playback, the cheapie I bought has not.

But there are other deal breakers, the review does not cover. If I plug in the iAudio9 into my computer, will it appear as a harddrive? I’ve gathered that Apple’s iPod does not, but this is an absolute must for me.

Assuming that I can use it as a harddrive, can I then tell iAudio9 to play folder by folder, and have it to skip a folder, if I don’t want to play that album right now?

Overall rating stars
January 3, 2010

Comment:

Found the manual at http://www.cowonglobal.com/download/file/manual/iAUDIO9/i9_EN_manual_1.1EN.pdf, and, yes, it will appear as a disk. As for my second
question, it seems that I can tell it to play a folder and all its subfolders.
Looks promising!

Description
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Details
Details
Case
Weight 40 g
Dimensions (Shmht) 43x95x8.9 mm
Media
Type Flash
Built-in memory 16 GB
Power
Batteries own Li-Pol
Charging the battery from USB
The maximum operating time 29 h
While working in playback mode video 7 hours
Tuner
FM tuner Yes
Recording from the radio Yes
Screen
Screen LCD colour display, diagonal 2 inch.
Number of shades 260 thousand
Screen resolution 240x320
Interfaces
Interfaces line out, video out
Connecting to a computer USB 2.0
Additionally
Features clock, alarm, sleep timer, built-in speaker, the possibility of firmware
Management touch panel
Signal/noise 95 dB
Digital equalizer Yes
Additional information equalizer JetEffect 5.0; battery charging time ~1:40
Sound power (per channel) 30 mW
Format support
Support audio formats MP3, WMA, OGG, FLAC, APE, WAV
Support graphic formats JPG
Support for video formats WMV, SWF (Flash), ASF, AVI, MPEG-4, XviD
Basic functions
The recorder Yes
Video playback Yes
Viewing text files Yes
Viewing graphic files Yes
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