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post #10231 of 12809
I am on 1.3.5 and nothing like this is happening...for now.
post #10232 of 12809
I thought mine on 1.3.5 was ok until it happened yesterday. I was listening in play all music in shuffle mode so I guess it took a while until the random selection played a track that was the last one in an album/folder. I can now reproduce the problem predictably as described by others. No downloaded apps and have done a factory reset 3 times already.
post #10233 of 12809
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Originally Posted by Nabil View Post

I thought mine on 1.3.5 was ok until it happened yesterday. I was listening in play all music in shuffle mode so I guess it took a while until the random selection played a track that was the last one in an album/folder. I can now reproduce the problem predictably as described by others. No downloaded apps and have done a factory reset 3 times already.

 

Same here...I just got my DX100 back from repair so it was pretty much a fresh 1.2.7 build and upgraded to 1.3.5 directly. Worked fine until this past evening.

 

I couldn't be sure about this but is there a link to the music pausing to some kind of eco-saving mode?

post #10234 of 12809
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by kryten123 View Post

On 1.2.7 now and no stopping issues.

Has anyone contacted iBasso to report this bug? I will be emailing them this evening to report my experience


They are aware of this now.

post #10235 of 12809
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Originally Posted by jamato8 View Post


They are aware of this now.

and from me

post #10236 of 12809
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Originally Posted by jamato8 View Post


They are aware of this now.

so Jamato8 dealing with portable CD players is  worst than dealing with this $829 ibasso brick  and its bugs? I say it because you replied to my post in the portable rigs thread saying that basicaly dealing with Cd playes was worthless.

 

I can't understand how people still buy this player after reading all this posts about this dap's issues

post #10237 of 12809
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Originally Posted by Gorillaz View Post

I can't understand how people still buy this player after reading all these posts about this DAP's issues.

 

You don't understand ? Try listening to this player. Quite a lot of posts praising the SQ aside the few issues in this thread, if you can see through the lines. Besides, like with any product discussed on internet forums, there are always more complainers than people saying how good or just satisfactory a product is. Why ? They just use it blissfully without reporting. In this case, they listen blissfully to the music and proceed with their activities, or even just listen to the music and do nothing else as that can easily happen with this device, being completely drawn into the music and revelling in its beauty.

 

I have been a proud owner of this player for close to a year now, with no regrets what so ever, even with the recent release of the (RWA)AK100, which has its own few issues AFAIUI. With FW v.1.2.7, I'm quite happy indeed. FLAC & ALAC, 24/192, Cue support and last but not least, gap-less. And my album art & tagging display just fine, thank you. The occasional glitch? Hardly ever now. But the sound, the sound...


Edited by the wizard of oz - 1/28/13 at 2:15pm
post #10238 of 12809
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gorillaz View Post

so Jamato8 dealing with portable CD players is  worst than dealing with this $829 ibasso brick  and its bugs? I say it because you replied to my post in the portable rigs thread saying that basicaly dealing with Cd playes was worthless.

 

I can't understand how people still buy this player after reading all this posts about this dap's issues


I did not say it was worthless. But using one cd at a time is a pain when you can have 100's of albums at your finger tips. And the few bugs the DX has is nothing compared to that. I use the DX100 day in and day out with no problems, so for me, there aren't any bugs issues to deal with. The iRiver H120 and 140 were great players but even they had issues and it was RockBox that made up for the UI. The DX100 is miles ahead of that player in sound and use. And to call the DX a brick is comparing to what? Carrying around a portable dac and amp with a cd player is cumbersome and I used to do it. Carrying around just the cd player is ok but then you have the cd's to carry also so there you go. Portable cd players had their day and I still have some but they get no play time.


Edited by jamato8 - 1/28/13 at 10:18pm
post #10239 of 12809
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Originally Posted by the wizard of oz View Post

 

You don't understand ? Try listening to this player. Quite a lot of posts praising the SQ aside the few issues in this thread, if you can see through the lines. Besides, like with any product discussed on internet forums, there are always more complainers than people saying how good or just satisfactory a product is. Why ? They just use it blissfully without reporting. In this case, they listen blissfully to the music and proceed with their activities, or even just listen to the music and do nothing else as that can easily happen with this device, being completely drawn into the music and revelling in its beauty.

 

I have been a proud owner of this player for close to a year now, with no regrets what so ever, even with the recent release of the (RWA)AK100, which has its own few issues AFAIUI. With FW v.1.2.7, I'm quite happy indeed. FLAC & ALAC, 24/192, Cue support and last but not least, gap-less. And my album art & tagging display just fine, thank you. The occasional glitch? Hardly ever now. But the sound, the sound...

 

+1

 

Aside from firmware 1.3.5 stopping glitch - which iBasso will fix quickly - I'm quite happy too.

Its a piece of cake to roll back to v1.2.7 in the meantime

 

I've heard a number of players and none compare to this. Which is why I'm happy to put up with the odd glitch now and again....and its size and weight.

post #10240 of 12809
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Originally Posted by Gorillaz View Post

so Jamato8 dealing with portable CD players is  worst than dealing with this $829 ibasso brick  and its bugs? I say it because you replied to my post in the portable rigs thread saying that basicaly dealing with Cd playes was worthless.

 

I can't understand how people still buy this player after reading all this posts about this dap's issues


Just revert back to the older firmware until they fix that issue. Not a big deal. The player does have true gapless so I'm not sure where you got that from....

post #10241 of 12809

I also got the issue, it doesn't happen very often but it does: random stop and goes back to the same song in my library all the time...weird. I send an urgent message to iBasso. I can put up with much but I don't want an 800$ player to stop randomly.

post #10242 of 12809
I haven't had any issues but I play my music on random.
post #10243 of 12809

I haven't really encountered any of the issues so far, but then again I mainly put what I wish to play on the playlist and put it on random.

post #10244 of 12809

Are they complying the .7 rules?

1.1.7 -> 1.2.7 -> 1.3.7? beerchug.gif

version 1.3.7 will be fine guys, just be patient. rolleyes.gif

post #10245 of 12809

According to iBasso, v.1.4 will generate a dimensional pocket inside the player making it the size of the sanza clip while improving the sound ! I can't wait.
 

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