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post #1171 of 1345

Good news. The problem was in monitoring program AIDA64. When I'm closing AIDA64, the player works without any problems smile.gif It's strange, but true.

post #1172 of 1345
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post

I bet but I made a smart decsion today, I'm going to take that nice analog sound and pair them bad boys with a pair of dt 880's and REALLY play up that nice warmth... I've got some Fat Jon instrumentals and some Nujabes ALl loseless w8ing to be given new bright light! 

tried that combo last week

 

while it has enough juice to drive the dt with good authority (i have to cranked it to almost full volume, though), an external portable amp would surely help them sound better :)

post #1173 of 1345
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Originally Posted by SRG View Post

Good news. The problem was in monitoring program AIDA64. When I'm closing AIDA64, the player works without any problems smile.gif It's strange, but true.

good to know <3

post #1174 of 1345

sorry if it has been asked. but i couldn't find the exact same question anywhere

 

does 601 work well with class 10 32/64gb sandisk or transcend sd card?

post #1175 of 1345
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Originally Posted by Pisn4e View Post

Nice write up. Sounds how i feel about my HM602. I'm listening to it right now, it just keeps drawing me back in, LO in the car, LO to stereo at home, DAC at work, HO on the bus i can't put it away.

Is there a cleaner version of the Californication album anywhere? i like the album but the quality makes me cringe.

 

Edit: the storage size is a pain even the 16gig on mine fills up so quick, might have to buy a couple of 32gb cards but worth it imo.

OMG are you listening to CHILI PEPPERS ON it... because I have some .flac versions of all thier studio albums :O and a pair of Dt 880s on thier way and OMG that sounds magical just thinking about it <3 also does any one know how to factory reset the hm 601? Also should I update the firmware?? 

post #1176 of 1345
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sorry if it has been asked. but i couldn't find the exact same question anywhere

 

does 601 work well with class 10 32/64gb sandisk or transcend sd card?

 

I just bought a class 10 sdxc 64g sandisk sd card and it does not work. The files on the card can't be read.

post #1177 of 1345
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I just bought a class 10 sdxc 64g sandisk sd card and it does not work. The files on the card can't be read.

my 32 gb SDHC class 4 was acting up today but it worked I just had to re insert it

 

but OMG my line out went out today

post #1178 of 1345

allthe RHCP Cds sound terrible to me, try the LP version of Arcadium, it sounds amazing, one of Steve Hoffmans best masterings.

post #1179 of 1345
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I just bought a class 10 sdxc 64g sandisk sd card and it does not work. The files on the card can't be read.

You have to format it to fat 32 ...use this "guiformat"

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You have to format it to fat 32 ...use this "guiformat"


I wonder if my Class 4 32gb is fat 32, it reads but it's fickle about reading :/

post #1181 of 1345
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Originally Posted by turokrocks View Post

You have to format it to fat 32 ...use this "guiformat"


Thanks. Worked like a charm


Edited by funsound - 10/3/12 at 3:59pm
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Thanks. Worked like a charm

Glad I could lend a hand....


Edited by turokrocks - 10/3/12 at 4:01pm
post #1183 of 1345
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Glad I could lend a hand....

Oh mine is Fat 32 well thats good!

post #1184 of 1345

Anyone know why some songs show 0kbps?

post #1185 of 1345

Mine always shows 0 when playing VBR MP3's.
 

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