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post #226 of 239
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 239

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

post #228 of 239

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 239
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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 239
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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 239
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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 239
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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 239
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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 239
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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 239

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 239
could you tell me what is the different between d-zero mk1 and mk2 ?
post #237 of 239
mk2 have 2 dac chips for starters, at least try to actually read the spec sheet
post #238 of 239
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 239

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

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