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NW-HD3 supports unicode display?

Discussion in 'Headphones, Earphones & Portable Music' started by pagoda, Apr 20, 2005.

  1. pagoda

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    I was wondering if the sony NW-HD3 fully supports the display of unicode characters on its screen. I.e., If I have an MP3 with a unicode (korean or chinese) ID3 tag or a unicode file name, could the player properly display the actual characters rather than ????.

    Also, does it depend where I buy the unit in terms of unicode support? Will an unit from the US be able to perform these functions?

    Thanks a lot!
     
  2. peteyoung

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    sorry cant help you with unicode but i read from sony that the screen wont display '/' or '\' but mine does! lol
     
  3. Calza

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    mines does too! :cool: or have you just read something wrong :oops:
     
  4. cykalan

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    it does display chinese, japanese too. korean i am not too sure but probably yes. not sure if it supports mixed chinese/japanese/korean tags in a single file too, so i can't say for sure it have full unicode support.

    for chinese, about 90% of the words can be displayed, but for some reason there are some of them can't be displayed properly.
     
  5. pagoda

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    It's good to know that it can support unicode tags.

    However, are there any problems with transferring files with unicode file names through Sonic Stage?

    Thanks again!
     

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