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post #46 of 96

Thanks that's it. I have the fiio e11 cable but he broke i think it was cheap quality. Is this one better than the fiio cable? http://www.fiio.com.cn/product/index.aspx?ID=20&MenuID=020303

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post #47 of 96
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Thanks that's it. I have the fiio e11 cable but he broke i think it was cheap quality. Is this one better than the fiio cable? http://www.fiio.com.cn/product/index.aspx?ID=20&MenuID=020303

I believe so. To my knowledge the Interconnect that came with the FiiO E11 used standard or OFC copper. However the Interconnect you linked to uses the higher grade Ohno-Continuous-Cast PC-OCC-A Linear Crystal Copper (made by Oyaide).
post #48 of 96
I am going to soon recieve my x30 from tinydeal, which i bought 2 weeks ago for only $28.8.
Will insert my 32gb card and hook up with audio technica ckm500 with or without fiio e6. Then will share impressions, how it stands compared to rocoo ba.
post #49 of 96

any idea... about rockboxing this device? :D 

post #50 of 96

I've had a player which looked exactly like this one (only full silver) when my C+ was on RMA. However that was Emgeton brand, so it's probably just some Chinese OEM. Also it uses the same UI/OS as some other OEM players, like the Teac my gf had.

 

Honestly I've never seen a player that would be slower and more obnoxious to control. Also while it looks beautiful when new, it's too easy to rub the color off the buttons and control 'wheel'. The sound was okay I guess.

 

Edit oh yeah, mine took 7 hours (!!!) to charge even from mains charger, but it did easily last 30+ hours of playback. So that was nice.

 

2nd edit hey look HiSound is going to sell the same player under their brand as well...

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/629679/hisound-audio-to-release-new-dap-product-line-nova

 


Edited by PMAP - 10/20/12 at 4:44pm
post #51 of 96

I got mine from Tinydeal yesterday and already update its firmware. However, i can't get X30 to play flac or ape, just regular mp3's. You guys know what might be going on? On yours mp3 the flac/ape works? I hope it works on mine because i bought it just for this D: and i wanted a cheap player, so it was the best goal.

post #52 of 96

Actually, my files were corrupted, it's ok. But it is a pain in the ass to manage the X30 with a Mac computer

post #53 of 96

Actually, my files were corrupted, it's ok. But it is a pain in the ass to manage the X30 with a Mac computer

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Edited by FLACvest - 2/27/14 at 12:34pm
post #55 of 96

Yeah, i'm liking it very much! I was in doubt between this one and a Cowon (don't know the model) that plays flac and stuff, but it was touch too, which is bad to pocket listening. So, i updated to the last firmware Flacvest, the same one you translated, and thank you by the way for that! I haven't noticed changes because i barely used it before the update. Oh, and about the mac, it was weird. When I connected via usb and was on the process of transferring something, the X30 suddenly disconnected the USB and the mac would go crazy, thinking it was transferring and all, so as i couldn't eject it. But on windows it works great, just like a pen drive. That's all of my feedback I think. Thanks!

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Edited by FLACvest - 2/27/14 at 12:32pm
post #57 of 96
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I've had a player which looked exactly like this one (only full silver) when my C+ was on RMA. However that was Emgeton brand, so it's probably just some Chinese OEM. Also it uses the same UI/OS as some other OEM players, like the Teac my gf had.

 

Honestly I've never seen a player that would be slower and more obnoxious to control. Also while it looks beautiful when new, it's too easy to rub the color off the buttons and control 'wheel'. The sound was okay I guess.

 

Edit oh yeah, mine took 7 hours (!!!) to charge even from mains charger, but it did easily last 30+ hours of playback. So that was nice.

 

2nd edit hey look HiSound is going to sell the same player under their brand as well...

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/629679/hisound-audio-to-release-new-dap-product-line-nova

 

Probably with an additional output amp and perhaps a tweak to the FW. Jack said this version would be bassier sounding end of the scale where the x30 has been described as lighter weight in sig. I don't doubt the FW and platform before the upgraded output stage are quite similar.

post #58 of 96

I just wanted to point out Teclast's newer player, called the X30SE (special audio edition?)...

 

 

I think it looks hella sexy.

 

 

http://www.teclast.com/zhuanti/x30se/

 

 

post #59 of 96

FLACvest can you compare the X30 sound quality wise to the Sflo2? I was at least under the impression that the Sflo2 was Teclasts best sounding product released yet. I was quite impressed with the sound, however the reliability of the units was just atrocious. Plus simply put the Hifiman 601 sounded better to my ears and the Studio V and Studio V 3rd ANV simply crushes the Sflo2, sound quality-wise IMO.
 

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Glad you got it sorted. What version of the firmware do you have, by the way??
 

I agree this would be a nice player to have rockboxed. It has a nice, clean SQ as i've mentioned. It's somewhat funny that HiSound is getting so much novelty off of a product which they don't seem to have altered much. I would love to know what, IF, Any, improvements have been made to the Nova version of this device...

 

Hello FLACvest,

I would to know in term of sound stage & separation (both vocal and instrument), which is more superior, Sansa Fuze or Teclast X30?

 

Can you also tell us what is the major different in term of sound quality between X30 & the new X30SE?

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