ummm that's soo amazing i might need a moment alone. Okay not really but still crazy work!
it takes a couple seconds for mine to mute too. the 'listening' icon pops up and it listens quick enough, but there is a tedious lag before the music gets muted. it doesnt matter if the music volume is low, but when turned up i have to wait to say a command, and even then i have to say the command twice usually because it thinks the music is the first part of the command.
i honestly thought it was my 1.8ghz celeron processor though, because once and awhile its pretty quick to mute, and most of the time its 2-3seconds. it pegs 100% cpu a lot now with dfx5... which is fine. i have a e5200 chip i will put in soon.
Well, I have a measly itty, bitty Atom dual core 330 with HT and Intel SSD HD, 2 gigs ram. So when I press for voice my CPU% is like between 10%-22%, running visuals at same time with flash clock. Then stays @ 2%-8% just listening to music. So this can't be the problem. This didn't happen before so who knows?
the atom is sooo slow... i really dont know how you live with it. but you might still be right, maybe its just some weird software error
It's pretty fast enough for DFX5 on my Jetway board, and some tweaks help too. I'm not multi-tasking, I don't use any special audio processing software for my sound system, and I don't do any video conferencing to tax the system......:cool:
Well, if using the Inetradiolabels feature, go to the inet radio screen and if you go to the history it will keep a list of ALL songs played to the best of its ability.
Think I found a bug!
First turn down the brightness. Then go to Music/Disk Changer. Press/hold one of the disk until the pop up menu shows up, select something, doesn't matter what. Screen goes back to full brightness and stays there. Then if you go back to the brightness button it'll show the slider where you left it. You'll have to reset it.