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The HDP-R10, Japanese version of DX100, is scheduled to be available for sale on 30th of August. In addition of all the known supported formats, the R10 is also confirmed to support DSD(DSF). Also available are the aluminium alloy monoblock which also acts as a cable manager - "Nrmb" and a silicon jacket. The silicon jacket should be selling for 2,000 yen, no pricing is known for the monoblock yet.

post #7052 of 12539
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Originally Posted by ChrisSC View Post

I really hope this firmware update finally gets rid of the popping sound that happens from waking the unit up- is it loud enough to damage IEMs?

 

I've been making sure to plug my IEMs in after, but I'd rather not because doing so is beginning to strip the rhodium plating off of my cable's oyaide connector.


it has been discussed few hundred pages back that it is not possible for the pop to go off as it is a hardware related. and they cant fit the "filter" to remove the pop noise when waking up the dx100.

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Originally Posted by Randius View Post

The HDP-R10, Japanese version of DX100, is scheduled to be available for sale on 30th of August. In addition of all the known supported formats, the R10 is also confirmed to support DSD(DSF). Also available are the aluminium alloy monoblock which also acts as a cable manager - "Nrmb" and a silicon jacket. The silicon jacket should be selling for 2,000 yen, no pricing is known for the monoblock yet.


i wanna buy that silicon jacket.. the magnesium "paint" on my dx100 starts to chip off... maybe the body isnt made of magnesium at all?

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Originally Posted by Randius View Post

The HDP-R10, Japanese version of DX100, is scheduled to be available for sale on 30th of August. In addition of all the known supported formats, the R10 is also confirmed to support DSD(DSF). Also available are the aluminium alloy monoblock which also acts as a cable manager - "Nrmb" and a silicon jacket. The silicon jacket should be selling for 2,000 yen, no pricing is known for the monoblock yet.

I listened to my DX100 for about 90 minutes straight yesterday while keeping it in my LowePro Tahoe 30. It was almost too hot to touch when I got home, so PLEASE, more info on the silicone jacket!!

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Originally Posted by Randius View Post

The HDP-R10, Japanese version of DX100, is scheduled to be available for sale on 30th of August. In addition of all the known supported formats, the R10 is also confirmed to support DSD(DSF). Also available are the aluminium alloy monoblock which also acts as a cable manager - "Nrmb" and a silicon jacket. The silicon jacket should be selling for 2,000 yen, no pricing is known for the monoblock yet.

I shall be selling my DX100 eventually then.

post #7056 of 12539
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Originally Posted by the wizard of oz View Post

I shall be selling my DX100 eventually then.

Not me - but I might be picking up one of those 4800mah batteries if it fits the DX100.

post #7057 of 12539

I like the DSF file support, and totally need that docking station wink_face.gif ! Coming from MiniDisc & all redface.gif ...

post #7058 of 12539

I'm disappointed with the r10's DSD support not being native DSD play frown.gif.

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Originally Posted by takoyaki View Post

I'm disappointed with the r10's DSD support not being native DSD play frown.gif.

Care to elaborate or expand more on this please??
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The carrying case affords total protection for the DX100 and there is room for micro SD cards when placed in SD adapters and the top of the case has room for IEM's and I also have a set of Koss KSC35 open monitors, which sound excellent with the DX100. The case has double zippers and the panel that covers the DX100 is sewn in place on one side and held in place with velcro on the other. Where I store the DX100 at the top of the DX100, I keep a cloth that is for cleaning lenses and I use this to clean the screen. It all works great. 


 

 

 

Hi sorry to disturb you but i search this case ;) Do you know this holder ?

 

Sorry for my english :(

post #7061 of 12539

PM me when you do.....I am interested and the r10 features don't entice me to get one of those.

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I shall be selling my DX100 eventually then.

post #7062 of 12539

Sorry for the double post....It's a Nintendo DS Case holder. They are similar in size

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Originally Posted by GandalfLux View Post

 

Hi sorry to disturb you but i search this case ;) Do you know this holder ?

 

Sorry for my english :(

post #7063 of 12539

It's the sames for 3DS or DS XL ?

 

Do you think it's this ones HERE

 

EDIT2 : I thin k it's this one ;) HERE


Edited by GandalfLux - 7/25/12 at 12:58pm
post #7064 of 12539

Power lead info from iBasso for anyone that needs a spare

 

 

It is 12V 1.5A AC adapter. The plug diameter is 3.5mm

We sell this AC adapter for 6USD

 

The cost of postage to the UK makes is quite expensive, so if anyone finds a suitable adapter in the UK, let me know

post #7065 of 12539

That one

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EDIT2 : I thin k it's this one ;) HERE

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