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Question guys, is there a way to make the gripping/clamping force of the 6.3mm jack stronger? Mine seems to allow my adapter to slide easily (no clicking effect while inserting or removing). It's not causing any issues now but I'm concerned as I've never had that before on other amps or Dacs.
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I just charged the battery from 0% to allegedly 100% and it took a little bit less than 3 hours. I will check now in the settings what is draining the battery the most and will plug the phones to see how long playback I will get today.

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Try to use flac 8 smily_headphones1.gif I think the DX100 uses more battery as the file size go larger (memory access) against processor usage
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I will be getting the same playback time today i.e. around 3.5 hours.

 

After charging the battery to full I plugged the phones and listened to the music constantly. Once I saw the 15% battery use notification I checked in the settings that the battery was drained during this time by the following proccesses: Music 10%, Android OS 6%, Dispaly 4% and DAP Idle 80%.

What is DAP idle? I thought that idle of the DAP is when the DAP is shutted down and not during the playback.

 

EDIT: I will add that I just pressed Play button and songs on my playlist started to play. Maybe few times I skipped a given track to the next one. During the playback to minimised the time of display (I already reduced it in the setting to 1 min) I pressed slightly the power button.


Edited by shakur1996 - 10/10/14 at 6:56am
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Originally Posted by Soundsgoodtome View Post

Question guys, is there a way to make the gripping/clamping force of the 6.3mm jack stronger? Mine seems to allow my adapter to slide easily (no clicking effect while inserting or removing). It's not causing any issues now but I'm concerned as I've never had that before on other amps or Dacs.
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Can anyone post the newest firmware file to me? The server on iBasso website is down :(

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Originally Posted by leoleo0104 View Post
 

Can anyone post the newest firmware file to me? The server on iBasso website is down :(

 

it's found in the 1st page on this thread ;)

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