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post #451 of 631

whats the best place to buy it? I'm in EU and kind of not finding it.... :( 

thx!

post #452 of 631
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whats the best place to buy it? I'm in EU and kind of not finding it.... :( 

thx!


Contact Jack from Hisound. You can send him a PM as well.. The BA may have been discontinued. In that case I recommend waiting for the new Studio V to be released as that is a clear upgrade. :)

 

http://www.head-fi.org/u/180469/hisound

post #453 of 631
Thx!
post #454 of 631

Does anybody have the same issue with their BA?

Mine takes two minutes to boot up.  For two minutes it says Initializing CMI.

post #455 of 631
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Does anybody have the same issue with their BA?

Mine takes two minutes to boot up.  For two minutes it says Initializing CMI.

yes that is normal. 

post #456 of 631
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yes that is normal. 


Well its normal if you have dirty tags or a huge amount of files on your card. With a 64 GB card filled with flac it would take about 35 to 40 seconds to initialize. With the same card filled with WAV about 20 to 25 seconds.

post #457 of 631

I have about 20 gb on a 32 gb card. Most files are ogg and some are flac. I tried cleaning the tags with MusicBrainz app for mac. Most were cleaned, but about 10% of fioes didn't clean. 

Start time is over two minutes. 

Anything else I can do to diminish start up time? 

post #458 of 631
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I have about 20 gb on a 32 gb card. Most files are ogg and some are flac. I tried cleaning the tags with MusicBrainz app for mac. Most were cleaned, but about 10% of fioes didn't clean. 
Start time is over two minutes. 
Anything else I can do to diminish start up time? 

If I'm adding new files to my BA it will take a couple of minutes to initialize after ejecting on the first boot, however after that once it will boot in about 10 - 15 seconds and I have a 32GB card almost full. I suggest deleting the SYSTEM folder via your PC and let it resort the folders. Also, You could try removing your tags all together with MP3Tag, (if you only sort by folder). Try a different card too, or format the one you have and start fresh.

I've had a few albums ripped with EAC that wouldn't play, so I simply removed the tags all together.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 4/11/13 at 5:47am
post #459 of 631

Just decided to open my BA and see what was wrong. Adjusted the button silicon sheet and it works fine. Cant believe how good it sounds. I would love to see the future revision with hard transparent casing. Inside of BA looks really nice. 

 

They really made sure no would could ever guess what opamp they use in their BA.

post #460 of 631

did you take any pics? if so, please do post!

post #461 of 631

Ill open it again and take some pictures, do you want the front or is back is good enough?

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did you take any pics? if so, please do post!

post #462 of 631

From time to time, people need to open theirs up, or are simply curious to see what it looks like on the inside before they open it up, so any pics would serve as a good reference, thanks!

post #463 of 631

Fixed my tags and the unit loads within 18 second. I have 20 GB worth of flac and wav(24/48) on my device and SD card.

post #464 of 631

Here are the photos as promised

 

post #465 of 631

If you look closely atb the top pic and/or measure, you'll see there are a couple of 220mf coupling caps after the opamp and what looks to be a single transistor following those to the output jack. The 220mf shouldn't be affected by load (doesn't mean they couldn't be larger) due to the transistor buffer and the output may be class A, but likely only at that last transistor buffer so as not to be too inefficient. I could be reading it wrong but that's also how the Studio looked with different amp section, larger caps(I think) and more populated board. I checked the path but circuits aren't always as they seem. Not that important in the big picture. 


Edited by goodvibes - 4/11/13 at 8:15pm
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