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post #2851 of 3613

people selling their own dx100 have their own reasons. one for them is which is firmware issues. i sold mine for a really different reason though.

post #2852 of 3613
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Except you are most likely gonna end up buying it again lol :P.

 

 

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post #2853 of 3613
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people selling their own dx100 have their own reasons. one for them is which is firmware issues. i sold mine for a really different reason though.

+1,

+ Medical condition (It made me crazy!!!)

post #2854 of 3613

So are you getting any better?
 

post #2855 of 3613
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So are you getting any better?
 

 

With you around........................................................SURE!!!!!beerchug.gif

post #2856 of 3613

10001000

 

Silk Screen of X3

post #2857 of 3613
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Silk Screen of X3

Looks nice, lets see how it sounds and works (sofware wise).
Thank you for the update.
post #2858 of 3613

 Totally sexy ! I can't wait for the reviews (and of course, the release) ! I think you've done an excellent job on the design aspect. I hope for FIIO and for us here interested in this piece of kit that it totally delivers within reasonable expectations, and becomes a common recommendation for those interested in a quality DAP. Ya, I'm excited :)

post #2859 of 3613

If this is brushed aluminum, small form factor, and a nice UI, I will be very fiscally irresponsible.

 

Will this be E17-sized? How does it compare to the E17 in terms of DAC and amp?

 

 

Edit to add a couple notes. I appreciate aesthetics as much as anyone, but I would test the button layout for a little while before putting it to market. By and large we are conditioned "left = previous, right = next". The groove in which the previous/next buttons sit may help, or it may be useless; like I said, I would test this for a little while first. The same applies to volume up/down. It would be very nice to have a small, high-quality DAP that we can control without seeing it (without taking it from our pockets, for example).


Edited by BBEG - 11/24/12 at 12:14am
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If this is brushed aluminum, small form factor, and a nice UI, I will be very fiscally irresponsible.

 

Will this be E17-sized? How does it compare to the E17 in terms of DAC and amp?

 

 

Edit to add a couple notes. I appreciate aesthetics as much as anyone, but I would test the button layout for a little while before putting it to market. By and large we are conditioned "left = previous, right = next". The groove in which the previous/next buttons sit may help, or it may be useless; like I said, I would test this for a little while first. The same applies to volume up/down. It would be very nice to have a small, high-quality DAP that we can control without seeing it (without taking it from our pockets, for example).

 

it is brushed aluminum, small form factor DAP which support up to 192k/24bit, and line out, coaxial out, support TF card, WM8740 DAC, a decent amp, and support AAC(m4a) . not to talk FLAC, APE. and ALAC ? maybe but not promise. 

 

and it is cheaper than other hifi audio players.

post #2861 of 3613

That looks very nice Feiao. Keep the looks like that and hopefully the sound to match it and I'll most likely be picking one up ;).
 

post #2862 of 3613

Can the battery be replaced?This does look nice indeed.Hope Fiio will release soon full techinical specifications about this DAP.

Well Done Feiao, looking forwards to read the reviews and how does compare in SQ term with other DAP's, and of course Clip+.

post #2863 of 3613
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Originally Posted by feiao View Post

 

it is brushed aluminum, small form factor DAP which support up to 192k/24bit, and line out, coaxial out, support TF card, WM8740 DAC, a decent amp, and support AAC(m4a) . not to talk FLAC, APE. and ALAC ? maybe but not promise. 

 

and it is cheaper than other hifi audio players.

 

 

No need to worry about ALAC.  Let the apply fanboys suck at the proprietary teet and wallow in their terrible decision to support that company.

 

 

 

 

 

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Edited by Anathallo - 11/24/12 at 3:40am
post #2864 of 3613

lmao ;) /\
 

post #2865 of 3613

Will the output impedance be low enough for highly sensitive IEM's? Can't have none of that hiss :)

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