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Sansa Fuze LODs?

post #1 of 43
Thread Starter 
Hey all, I saw a thread on the Sansa web site and have heard talk around here about a LOD for a Sansa Fuze and was wondering if there's anyone out there currently who can make one. If there is, PM me. Thanks.
post #2 of 43
I'd make a request that they don't just PM you but post here about details if there are any new developments.

I know Clie was working on one and I linked to the sansa forums thread on this a while ago too...
post #3 of 43
Thread Starter 
^Yep, that's who I saw mention it. I would rather like him to make me one if he gets a chance!
post #4 of 43
You gotta get yourself a new amp before that would work though!
post #5 of 43
Thread Starter 
LOL of course. I'm shopping around right now.
post #6 of 43
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Originally Posted by ZoNtO View Post
You gotta get yourself a new amp before that would work though!
LOL....ZoNtO, that looks an awful lot like an e3 in your avatar!?!
post #7 of 43
that would be great, if the DAC section of fuze is good, then ipod will lose a lot of head-fiers.
post #8 of 43
Thread Starter 
^Yes siree. The Fuze already sounds excellent. In fact, as far as I'm concerned, my only complaints are A. Lack of storage space (However, you can always stock up on MicroSDs and B. Interface is rather plain. But B can hardly be considered a complaint, because it does its job well.
post #9 of 43
Here is a preview of my Fuze's diyLOD guide (yes, the name is indeed stole from diyMOD ). I am still in process of writing it up.


Fuze - diyLOD - iBasso T4 - Head-Direct's RE0
post #10 of 43
Excellent, I can't wait to see it, ClieOS.

I wonder if the same LOD will work with the E2xx and C2xx?
post #11 of 43
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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post
Here is a preview of my Fuze's diyLOD guide (yes, the name is indeed stole from diyMOD ). I am still in process of writing it up.

http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/k2...UZE/FLOD14.jpg
Fuze - diyLOD - iBasso T4 - Head-Direct's RE0
Siiiiiiick, something to try on my dust collecting e250
post #12 of 43
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Originally Posted by dantztiludrop View Post
LOL....ZoNtO, that looks an awful lot like an e3 in your avatar!?!
Oh I just haven't changed that. It's been sold a while. I meant that he needed to get an amp with a volume control if he's gonna go LOD route is all.
post #13 of 43
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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post
Here is a preview of my Fuze's diyLOD guide (yes, the name is indeed stole from diyMOD ). I am still in process of writing it up.


Fuze - diyLOD - iBasso T4 - Head-Direct's RE0
So, ClieOS, you have actually completed a diyLOD now? And are just in the process of writing up the guide? Good deal! I think it was just a couple days ago that you had said you were going to try to make one (could be mistaken though?). I'm pretty excited to hear how this project turned out! I'm sure that more news will be forthcoming, but any initial word on SQ changes?

Sorry to go off-topic, but I didn't realize the T4 was so small(?)!
post #14 of 43
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Originally Posted by Earwax View Post
Excellent, I can't wait to see it, ClieOS.

I wonder if the same LOD will work with the E2xx and C2xx?
this is a great question because they all use the docking/charging cable
post #15 of 43
It is possible to use it on the other Sandisk players that utilized the same dock, but you have to be sure that pin22 on the player isn't occupied by something else besides the 3V supply needed for the diyLOD. If it is occupied, that you will have to find another way / pin to get the voltage needed to enable LO mode on pin #7. More experiments on those players will be needed to determine how well that plays out.
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