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post #226 of 240
iem's jack connected, mini2mini connected, volume 0, how about power switch and gain? does it on and point to low gain? my d-zero pops while turning on the power too, so I always make sure d-zero is on at 0 volume and everything is connected before plug my cans, and remove my cans firstly after use it
post #227 of 240

agree, that's what i'm settling with now. plugging my IEMs last.

post #228 of 240

guys, has anyone there change d-zero ' s battery? mine is not longer than 4 hour used as portable amp, and recharging only for 1 or 2 hour, whats wrong ?

post #229 of 240
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Originally Posted by riodgarp View Post
 

guys, has anyone there change d-zero ' s battery? mine is not longer than 4 hour used as portable amp, and recharging only for 1 or 2 hour, whats wrong ?



I would contact iBasso, maybe they can send you one if you're handy with a soldering iron.

it doesn't look like one you can just pick up on eBay.

post #230 of 240
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I would contact iBasso, maybe they can send you one if you're handy with a soldering iron.

it doesn't look like one you can just pick up on eBay.

 

its okay if I replace the battery with a more bigger capacity ?

post #231 of 240
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its okay if I replace the battery with a more bigger capacity ?



As long as the voltage is the same you can use a larger capacity battery. Keep in mind larger capacity usually means larger in size so be sure to get the dimensions right for a good fit onto the board. Also make sure It's lithium battery with a protection circuit.

post #232 of 240
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As long as the voltage is the same you can use a larger capacity battery. Keep in mind larger capacity usually means larger in size so be sure to get the dimensions right for a good fit onto the board. Also make sure It's lithium battery with a protection circuit

 

 

 

 

how much voltage are d-zero use? 

post #233 of 240
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I assume 3.7 volt. But please contact iBasso, I think it's going to make your life much easier getting this done with them. There's a good chance they'll just send the battery (hopefully)
post #234 of 240
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I assume 3.7 volt. But please contact iBasso, I think it's going to make your life much easier getting this done with them. There's a good chance they'll just send the battery (hopefully)

 

okay will contact ibasso soon, thanks anyway :)

post #235 of 240

Been listening to the D-Zero MKII for a while and I really can't tell that this is a Wolfson device. The sound is very clean, detailed and solid from early impressions, but I have to burn it in. 

 

Looks like a solid DAC/amp especially if they can keep the price around $200. 

 

 

Edit:

 

Wow, I just found out that the price is staying at $119, holy crap. For that price, these are incredible, I was saying that they were good at $200, but at $119 they are an absolute steal! 

 

From memory actually sounds a bit better than the Geek Out 1000. 


Edited by lin0003 - 11/7/14 at 3:04am
post #236 of 240
could you tell me what is the different between d-zero mk1 and mk2 ?
post #237 of 240
mk2 have 2 dac chips for starters, at least try to actually read the spec sheet
post #238 of 240
if only read the spec my old dead grandpa can do that! I mean how its SOUNDS compared between d-zero and d-zero mk2 :/
post #239 of 240

wife got me the D-Zero MK2 for xmas. works great with my laptop but can't get it to work with my Galaxy S5 or my nexus 7 tablet. when i plug it into the phone (using the included cable and another that i already had) i just get static through the earphones and no sound comes out of the phone's speaker. when i plug it into the tablet the music still comes out of the speaker and i get nothing from the earphones. has anyone had success using the D-Zero with either of these as the source? if so, what cord or settings did you use?

 

mark

 

ps - phone is stock 5.0, tablet is CM 4.3.1

post #240 of 240

Hey Mark,

 

You may have figured it out already, but only certain audio players work when using the Dzero mkII with most android phones. Onkyo HF player is the most recommended, basic is free and there is an upgrade for 9 bucks or so for full-featured action.

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