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Review by  You Don't Need to Know
Reviewed on 2017-09-06
Great application. I was listening to a 1:30 'Cats in the cradle' (took up all my memory) for minutes. I've been working on compression algorithms and improving the code and I feel as if I should re-upload it. Anyway: the review:

User Friendliness: (8/10): You have to know basic command line, how to trim music and how to work with sampling rates. Nothing too hard - but the average joe might not know. You MUST have a 2.5MM to 3.5MM adapter or a 2.5MM jack headphone set. (which I do)

Sound Quality: (10/10): Jaw-dropping. When I first heard it I was like, WOW! FROM A 68K and A SIMPLE I/O PORT? Trust me - it sounds great.

Efficiency (6/10): It's compression algorithm is terrible - sometimes the file size goes UP when it's a TI file.

Overall (8/10): Great, jaw-dropping sound quality, however, I can't really store many songs, only clips. Maybe a 0:45 song by Bill Wurtz though. This is a must-get if you want to hear something from your calculator.

I'm about 11 years late, by the way- sorry 'bout that.

Review by  Ryan Nazaretian
Reviewed on 2006-05-08
“TI-Vibe” is pretty cool. It produces remarkable sound out of the 2.5 mm link port, although it is quite limited. I have found that I can only roughly fit a 2 minute and 30 second song. If the author could somehow compress the data by a factor of 10 or more, I would be remarkably happy.

Reliability: 10/10 Hasn't crashed yet.
Size: 6/10 Although the program that plays the songs is small, the songs are huge.

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