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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

I've held up long enough not maling iBasso...I caved in 10 mins ago and mailed them asking where my order's at. The response came back no more than 5 mins later

I just caved in as well - Sorry Ibasso, I'm just curious  and would love for the DX100 to arrive while I still have the RS220 on loan from Sennheiser redface.gif

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No need to feel guilty inquiring about your $764 purchase. We have every right to communicate with Ibasso and I'm sure they don't mind one bit.

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Originally Posted by DWbirdseye View Post

No need to feel guilty inquiring about your $764 purchase. We have every right to communicate with Ibasso and I'm sure they don't mind one bit.


Yes. There's a CSrep in charge of emails for a reason.
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party on garth

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Adapter micro to standard usb.jpgJust bought one of these so Thumb drives can be used with the DX100, giving more storage options.

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005FUNYSA/ref=oh_o00_s01_i01_details

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I paid on 12 Feb and no invoice for me yet.:(

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In specific relation to the DX100, would anyone care to comment on which lossless codec offers the most?

I don't know how flac compares to alac, for example, in terms of how the DX100 handles each of them. I'm obviously assuming they are no different on SQ but what about embedded album art etc. etc. (or any other aspects one might feel are worthy of consideration)

I'm about to rip a load of CDs so any recommendations on which lossless codec might be best for my DX100 would be appreciated.

Cheers
Edited by Mython - 3/19/12 at 3:53pm
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ALAC tags are the same as well. I would rip it to flac so that you have more flexibility in the future (unless you see yourself using apple products later on). It's really up to you.

 

For me, I ripped everything to alac because I had an iPad-CLAS rig, but I deleted them all and reripped all my music into FLAC because of the DX100, and if I happened to share some of my files with other members, they'd appreciate the flac more. :P

 

One thing: it's quite annoying to play flac on mac... I had to change some iTunes settings with Fluke to enable flac...
 

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Originally Posted by Mython View Post

In specific relation to the DX100, would anyone care to comment on which lossless codec offers the most?
I don't know how flac compares to alac, for example, in terms of how the DX100 handles each of them. I'm obviously assuming they are no different on SQ but what about embedded album art etc. etc. (or any other aspects one might feel are worthy of consideration)
I'm about to rip a load of CDs so any recommendations on which lossless codec might be best for my DX100 would be appreciated.
Cheers


 


Edited by Girls Generation - 3/19/12 at 4:19pm
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I have read of some that swear that Flac is better than Apple but I can't hear the difference on lossless. I have both. And use both on the DX100. The artwork shows up fine (which I get from the internet for the album art). I am looking forward to getting my DX100 back and curious about the changes. They state, and I have no reason to doubt, that the sound has been improved and this is amazing as it was already excellent. Pretty exciting.

 

I guess some will have the DX100 later this week. I look forward to more impressions and reviews. It is fun to share in the enjoyment of good of music and knowing that you have the best portable reproduction system. 


Edited by jamato8 - 3/19/12 at 6:17pm
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Just wondering does anyone use the app - "cover art downloader" by birbeck on their DX100

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Originally Posted by OddJobs View Post

350x350px-LL-457b1ab4_Adaptermicrotostandardusb.jpegJust bought one of these so Thumb drives can be used with the DX100, giving more storage options.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005FUNYSA/ref=oh_o00_s01_i01_details

Please keep us informed if this works with the DX100. Many have reported that flash drives will not play without rooting and specific apps. I would be surprised if the DX100 will recognize a thumb drive using this cable. Would be nice if it does.
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The link doesn't work. But I would be surprised also but it would be exciting. 

 

I have about a tb of music in lossless and high rez. So when are we going to get 1 tb micro sd cards? :^)

 


Edited by jamato8 - 3/19/12 at 7:16pm
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Originally Posted by HiFlight View Post


Please keep us informed if this works with the DX100. Many have reported that flash drives will not play without rooting and specific apps. I would be surprised if the DX100 will recognize a thumb drive using this cable. Would be nice if it does.


If I am not mistaken, you will need a powered usb cable for it to work on Android, I was looking for a similar solution on my Motorola Xoom and Samsung tablets but never got any further, but if it does work then I would be most interested as an additional medium of file storage on the DX100.

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I am really looking forward to play some HIFI adroid games on it!

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Originally Posted by OddJobs View Post

Adapter micro to standard usb.jpgJust bought one of these so Thumb drives can be used with the DX100, giving more storage options.

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005FUNYSA/ref=oh_o00_s01_i01_details


Sorry to burst your bubble mate:

 

No USB host support — Android 2.3.4 and the Open Accessory Library do not support USB host mode (for example, through UsbDevice), although USB host mode is supported in Android 3.1. An Android-powered device running Android 2.3.4 can not function as a USB host. The library enables the Android-powered device to function as a peripheral only, with the connected accessory functioning as USB host (through UsbAccessory).

 

http://developer.android.com/sdk/android-2.3.4.html

 

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