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Hoping mine gets here sometime next week. :D

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Originally Posted by scootermafia View Post

Here you guys go.


Hi, Peter,


We are going to recall the first batch of the DX100, and will cover the return shipping cost as well.


There are some minor changes on hardware. it make the sound better, better wifi signal. Also, the new firmware supports gapless and AIFF.


We will offically inform the first batch DX100 owner very soon. Please be patient.


 


Sincerely


iBasso Audio


iBasso, I hope you're watching this thread (I assume you are).

I'm on your 2nd batch pre-order list, so what I'm about to say isn't empty words; it's genuine and sincere feedback from an actual customer of yours, who's put his money where his mouth is:

Your willingness to:

*listen to your customers' feature requests
*make a big effort to satisfy those requests (and quickly)
*upgrade hardware AND cover the cost of upgrading units that have already been shipped out
*respond to customer enquiries with sincere answers
*set realistic deadlines and meet them without disappointing customers
*develop & produce top-quality products at fair prices
*make your customers feel valued & respected

does not go unnoticed. Personally, I've only been aware of the iBasso brand since the introduction of the DX100, but in that short time I've been genuinely impressed with your attitude towards business, towards efficient and effective product development, and towards your customers.

I hope you'll continue to operate in this manner and I know that if you do, you'll achieve great success. You're a shining example to other companies of how to achieve success in business by having good ethics, creating genuine-quality products, and treating your customers right.

I look forward to receiving my DX100 and if it meets my expectations (which I'm now confident it will), I'll be happily recommending you to other potential customers.


KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!
Edited by Mython - 3/6/12 at 9:56am
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Originally Posted by scootermafia View Post

Pretty sure a mod to the wifi doesn't qualify as it being "V2".  Perhaps if they go into a little more depth to explain what the deal is.

It is more than WiFi. 

--------------------------------------------

 

I was listening to some classical music that I have had in storage for 7 years, last night. I have Andres Segovia, Recital, and have always used it for measuring my home speaker system due to the detail, naturalness and audio cues. The cues like footsteps and coughing, which are natural, give me space, width and hall reflection input. I played this on the DX100 last night, after downloading it to a 32gb micro for just classical music. 

 

Wow, there are details that I had no idea existed and for 16/44, assumed would not, could not be there. Such a wonderful natural full bodied sound. The plucking of the strings, the guitar body and even mood of the presentation come forth with realism. The best I have heard! Oh, this was on my JH13 Pros. I need to listen with my LCD-2 also as I am sure they will shine with this music. Now off to listen. 


Edited by jamato8 - 3/6/12 at 10:28am
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Originally Posted by KT66 View Post

maybe - were you constantly sniffing throughout?

 

BLOW YOUR NOSE

 

 

again who will use this for email or keeping a calendar? pointless

like having an coffee machine on a motorbike


If you want to discuss the subtleties of a product you don't own some more, your imaginary friends are right over there.

 

The extra apps are freebies.  All android gear has them.  Nobody had to pay extra for them.  Oh, and the original iPod had a calendar.  And some basic games.  But screw that player, nobody liked it anyway.

 


Edited by scootermafia - 3/6/12 at 10:49am
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I really wish the "block user" function worked in Tapatalk.

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Thread Starter 

What is Tapatalk?? lol Too much stuff. I will be glad when more DX100's get out. More focus on the music but who knows, maybe more questions. :^) 

 

And I think the video was a great contribution. I never noticed an sniffing sound and so what. Peter Scooter put in a lot of work and it is appreciated. 


Edited by jamato8 - 3/6/12 at 10:56am
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Also of note, is that if iBasso were to remove this functionality it would actually take them more time to do so than it is to keep the functionality in it. And I believe all iPods have calendar functions, but I might be wrong. 
 

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Originally Posted by scootermafia View Post


If you want to discuss the subtleties of a product you don't own some more, your imaginary friends are right over there.

 

The extra apps are freebies.  All android gear has them.  Nobody had to pay extra for them.  Oh, and the original iPod had a calendar.  And some basic games.  But screw that player, nobody liked it anyway.

 



 

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John, you can't be too bad if you listen to Andres Segovia ;-)

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Huge Android sale right now: https://play.google.com/store/apps/collection/promotion_2012_03_06_AppsFavorites?start=0&num=24

 

Including TuneIn Radio Pro and a heaping ton of nice games - I just bought pretty much all of it for my phone and tablet :-)

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Just one more tibit of information.  Someone from the ERJI forum apparently called Ibasso asking the question whether all the other sound processing like wifi streaming, wifi radio, are also receiving the same sound treatment as the stock music player.  Ibasso answered yes.

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Originally Posted by Sorensiim View Post

Huge Android sale right now: https://play.google.com/store/apps/collection/promotion_2012_03_06_AppsFavorites?start=0&num=24

 

Including TuneIn Radio Pro and a heaping ton of nice games - I just bought pretty much all of it for my phone and tablet :-)


 

What are you trying to do? broke us? Thanks matebiggrin.gif.


Edited by turokrocks - 3/6/12 at 11:41am
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Originally Posted by Jalo View Post

Just one more tibit of information.  Someone from the ERJI forum apparently called Ibasso asking the question whether all the other sound processing like wifi streaming, wifi radio, are also receiving the same sound treatment as the stock music player.  Ibasso answered yes.


Okay, you guys are raising my expectations way too high now. I'm going to stop listening to you all for fear of being disappointed.













No I'm not.
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The scary thing is this is starting to convince me that iBasso's original asking price (I haven't been able to pre-order yet) isn't quite as outlandish as I first thought...

 

Cheers!beerchug.gif

-HK sends

 

If iBasso goes ahead and releases the rumored desktop version of this, I will be all over it...


Edited by HK_sends - 3/6/12 at 12:19pm
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Originally Posted by Mython View Post


iBasso, I hope you're watching this thread (I assume you are).
I'm on your 2nd batch pre-order list, so what I'm about to say isn't empty words; it's genuine and sincere feedback from an actual customer of yours, who's put his money where his mouth is:
Your willingness to:
*listen to your customers' feature requests
*make a big effort to satisfy those requests (and quickly)
*upgrade hardware AND cover the cost of upgrading units that have already been shipped out
*respond to customer enquiries with sincere answers
*set realistic deadlines and meet them without disappointing customers
*develop & produce top-quality products at fair prices
*make your customers feel valued & respected
does not go unnoticed. Personally, I've only been aware of the iBasso brand since the introduction of the DX100, but in that short time I've been genuinely impressed with your attitude towards business, towards efficient and effective product development, and towards your customers.
I hope you'll continue to operate in this manner and I know that if you do, you'll achieve great success. You're a shining example to other companies of how to achieve success in business by having good ethics, creating genuine-quality products, and treating your customers right.
I look forward to receiving my DX100 and if it meets my expectations (which I'm now confident it will), I'll be happily recommending you to other potential customers.
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!


If more companies embraced these values....they would be in a far better place. 

IBasso is doing a great job if they follow the above guidelines...and it is refreshing to feel such confidence in a company.  They seem to be genuinely concerned with customer satisfaction. 

Having spent my career in sales/marketing, I can tell you that paying attention to customers and acting on THEIR wishes is the key to success.  Most marketing departments reach a point where they become arrogant and complacent.....losing touch with the ultimate key to their success...the customer. 

Have the common sense to satisfy the customer better than your competition....that is all it takes...old school and deadly.  Keep it up, IBasso!!!

 

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