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post #691 of 697

FYI -- there is a new software update for the Mirus/Invicta -- fixes a few bugs (see info below from Resonessence website.  

 

Available Now (June 2014):

 

Release 6.2.2 adds the following features:

  1. Fix an issue with some AIFF files not playing correctly.
  2. Fix possible audio glitch in USB 1.0 mode.
post #692 of 697
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Thanks for that - never had issues but I will update nonetheless. 

post #693 of 697

Just read DARko's Mirus review: http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/2014/06/resonessence-labs-invicta-mirus-review/

 

Interesting stuff. But why does he have so many unopened SD cards?

post #694 of 697
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Just read DARko's Mirus review: http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/2014/06/resonessence-labs-invicta-mirus-review/

 

Interesting stuff. But why does he have so many unopened SD cards?

 

Because that photo was taken *before* I started listening via the SD card slot.

post #695 of 697

do they plan to improve navigation through the music files stored on the SD card, like an iPAD App ?

 

now that SD card can hold BIG music library, it will be about time to think about this..... :D

post #696 of 697
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do they plan to improve navigation through the music files stored on the SD card, like an iPAD App ?

 

now that SD card can hold BIG music library, it will be about time to think about this..... :D

 

 

Good question. That would require network connectivity be added to the device, so I don't see it as an option on the current hardware.

 

I have suggested that they spin off the SD card player to become a dedicated device. Adding network options would make sense in that device, should it ever become a reality. As it stands, connecting Invicta to a display via HDMI and using the remote to navigate gets the job done fairly well. 

 

For those interested, I've got a review of the Invicta Mirus coming up over at Part Time Audiophile. Should be up in the next week or two. 

post #697 of 697
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Good question. That would require network connectivity be added to the device, so I don't see it as an option on the current hardware.

Or just a Bluetooth dongle plugged in the Invicta's USB port (+ new Firmware) ? :D 

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