7:48 PM

Geting back to KMix.

posted under by Pinheiro | Edit This
Made a new version of the LFE icon to better say sub-wolfer, an icon for the PCM channel (digitally converted analog wave) and the CD channel .

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BeCe said...

I really like PCM icon, but LFE IMHO looks cluttered (perspective doesn't really work well on small sizes).

Javi said...

Why not remove the wave in the LFE icon?

shamaz said...

PCM and LFE icons are very good. The more you iterated, the more you improved them. Congratulations

Anonymous said...

Why the numbers under the PCM icon?

I think they don't add any useful information for users.

Anonymous said...

I really like the PCM and LFE icon. And please do not remove the bitstream under the wave. I really liked the idea with the wave that is converted to a bitstream.

Anonymous said...

If the sub-woofer icon was with other surround siblings, then I think the wave is unnecessary.
Otherwise you are left with trying to represent the sound produced, such as an earthquake.

For the inputs a picture of a physical object, is it has one. The PCM might have a more square wave to show it is digital, or representation of the laser light from an optical digital audio cable.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, I meant to add, I like the icons.

I notice that my AV amp has virtually no icons, but icons make it faster to recognize or differentiate something than reading the word(s).

There is a kind of separation: master volume control, output adjustments (left-right balance, front-back balance, treble and bass tone controls, analogue/digital/Bluetooth output), input levels (mic, aux, CD, modem/phone, PC speaker/bleep, video/TV/Radio, Midi synth...)

Anonymous said...

The PCM looks more like SPDIF which provides digital (optical) output...


Awesome!

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