- 228 Posts. Joined 4/2012
- Select All Posts By This User
They are pretty good about repairs. Why not email them? Do you have a receipt?
From Norêve, this one. But no longer available in black unfortunately, only white. I suggest every DX100 owner bombard them with email requests for them to continue to manufacture that model in black, or even other colours, since there is a growing market for it, for HDP-R10 owners too.
Some photos of the case in black colour with the DX100 in my review here.
It is best you e-mail iBasso before shipping the DX100 to them. They will advise you accordingly and provided you with clear instructions as to how and where to send the device. If there is no warranty, then you will have to pay for the servicing. My experience with iBasso has been very positive.
Another question...I cannot get the wifi to work on the DX100...
I asked Sorensiim and he had to send it back to japan...
Has anyone else had this problem where they didn't have to send it back to fix?
I'm on firmware 1.3.7
Steve from NYC
I have been truly enjoying my DX100/F111 kit but inevitably have come down with a case of upgraditis. It seems there's two routes I can take, the source and the downstream which I've posted on the F111 Impressions etc. thread. I listen primarily to classical music and value the clarity, coherence, and accuracy of the DX100/F111.
What I'm looking for is more of the same. It would be nice to have a bit more bass extension (e.g. the bass drum in the Rite of Spring) and more clarity in complex orchestral passages and overall.
The kit that has caught my eye (ear?) is the Portaphile 627x. From what I've read some speak highly of the DX100/627 combo. However it's expensive so I'm reluctant to lay out the money without some assurence that the improvement is significant enough to justify the price.
Any thoughts or comments are much appreciated.
With the 111, if you want more bass I would suggest trying the 000 cable on it. I think it will offer you the sonics that you are looking for