Something many people have been asking about, how does using SD cards instead of CF impact running times?? I have analysed the power consumption and battery life difference between SD and CF used with the iFlash on a 7g iPod Classic. Here are my findings……
Quick look at my new iFlash-Sata. This is my new complementary product to the original iFlash, this opens up Sata drives to the iPod such as mSata and external Sata SSD’s and HDD’s.
Compact Flash finally installed , tested and prodded inside Apple’s latest iPod Classic. Now in its 6th generation it was time to see if the iFlash could improve the user experience and bullet-proof the hardware.
Amongst the modding audiophile community there is a small band of people who are after the best possible sound from their portable audio players. The concept is simple, bypass all the poor quality SMD components and feed the DAC (Digital to Analog Convertor) output directly in to an external high quality headphone amp.
This is a guest article written by one those people…..
As my iFlash iPod Compact Flash adapter has grown in popularity – so has the problem of Compact Flash card compatibility.
I have decided to put together a list of known working and non-working CF cards and I need your help….
So many people have been asking for this – finally my iFlash-Bundle allows you to use all them cheap SDHC / SDXC memory cards…….read more……