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post #646 of 828
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I decided against the guide as it's gonna take too much time.

Pfft, talk about lazy, you could of least got him some links from google. devil_face.gif
post #647 of 828

:P I posted a link earlier on lol.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/a/ibasso-dx100-faq

post #648 of 828

is this DAP really going to be a pain for people like me who has over 3000 songs in library? - -'


Edited by gearofwar - 10/30/12 at 10:21pm
post #649 of 828

guys, quick question.

do you turn off your players when you do not use it?

I mean, like leave it on until the next day and continue using it then.

 

thanks in advance!

post #650 of 828

I also put it under a lit spotlight so I can find it quickly. jk. The minute or 2 it takes to load a larger library is no biggy and more charge cycles is more wear on any battery.


Edited by goodvibes - 10/31/12 at 5:35am
post #651 of 828

Is there anything like a pouch or sleeve that you can use to slip in the studio V to protect it from dropping or scratches? 

post #652 of 828
I use the black velvet pouch that comes with a Fiio E7, perfect
post #653 of 828

I wonder if there is anyone here has tried Studio V with HD 800. I'd like to know if this tiny thing can drive it well.


Edited by gearofwar - 10/31/12 at 8:25pm
post #654 of 828
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I decided against the guide as it's gonna take too much time. Just do a search for DX100 Faq and read that thread. I posted specific directions on how to properly tag your music there.

 

 

Could you simply copy and paste your guide from the DX100 thread to a new thread labeled "Mp3tag Guide For Cleaning Up ID Tags So That Your Music Files Play Nicer With Foreign DAPs", or some such biggrin.gif ?

post #655 of 828

I could but wouldn't it be redundant when the same information is available in the DX100 Faq page? It's really not that hard to go through it and you could always just scroll down the page to where I posted my directions :).
 

post #656 of 828
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I could but wouldn't it be redundant when the same information is available in the DX100 Faq page? It's really not that hard to go through it and you could always just scroll down the page to where I posted my directions :).
 

 

 

It would be redundant, but it would also direct tagging questions to its own thread and perhaps improve tag issue sufferers' searches.  Plus, you seemed so excited to start the thread then so dismayed when you realized the effort involved ;) .

post #657 of 828

Yeah I was dismayed after getting started and knowing how much detail I'd be putting into it lol. A picture is worth a thousand words and is generally idiot proof. So that would mean a whole lot of pictures lol :P. I'll consider making the thread and adding to it as I go as it will take quite some time to get it to my expectations =).
 

 

Edit: You win made it. Seems pretty decent enough as is from the DX100 Faq thread so I just copied and pasted. I may consider adding pictures later if necessary.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/a/mp3tag-setup-guide


Edited by lee730 - 11/1/12 at 6:09pm
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... A picture is worth a thousand words and is generally idiot proof. So that would mean a whole lot of pictures lol :P...
 

 

 

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lol thanks. I actually got a few more pictures of him where he looks even more precious. He can be quite stubborn and needy at times (like a dog lol) but he's a joy to have as a pet. :)
 


Edited by lee730 - 11/1/12 at 6:22pm
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I wonder if there is anyone here has tried Studio V with HD 800. I'd like to know if this tiny thing can drive it well.


I'd say that is not a good idea

 

$400 source and amp into a $1600 headphones, will just show up any failings of the Studio-V. And you'll hear about 30% of the HD800s potential

 

Source first is the golden rule for Audio happiness

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