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Not useful for listening to podcasts or longer recordings, 7 décembre 2011
Currently I have a Scott RXP60 portable radio with USB/SD slots which is about the form-factor I'm looking for. But it has lots of issues:
* no track display other than number
* can't handle anything encoded over 128kps
* no way to FF or rewind a track which is terrible when you have mostly 30-90 minute tracks
* if the power goes off it resets completely even if you have batteries in it - this includes taking the power plug out of the wall to move the unit, or if there's a power failure (quite frequent in my rural location).
* no fast way to jump through tracks - since I generally have around 100 tracks on my card, if the power goes off, I can spend 5 minutes manually stepping through 80 tracks to resume my place.
* the buttons are actually ridiculously small given the size of the unit, and have all sorts of mode overlays which are very confusing
* like most such portable devices, they won't accept SD cards or USB drives with capacity over 2GB.