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post #136 of 1383
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My firmware is V8.0.2 is the latest firmware , no other firmware until now .

 

thanks for your answer. Just a couple of questions more

1. As I understood, in HDPr10 there is no any file managers, like the ES File Explorer in DX100?

2. Is it possible to install the ES File Explorer? There is no GooglePlay, but perhaps if to load the es_file_explorer_v1.6.2.5.apk inside the HDPr10 (through USB or via microSD) one can activate it and install? Is it possible somehow to see the non-music files  from the player interface?
 

post #137 of 1383
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Originally Posted by wkrajewski View Post

thanks for your answer. Just a couple of questions more
1. As I understood, in HDPr10 there is no any file managers, like the ES File Explorer in DX100?
2. Is it possible to install the ES File Explorer? There is no GooglePlay, but perhaps if to load the es_file_explorer_v1.6.2.5.apk inside the HDPr10 (through USB or via microSD) one can activate it and install? Is it possible somehow to see the non-music files  from the player interface?

 

I am sorry wkrajewski
I just received for 3 days , I can not answer your two question
Maybe someone can help him to answer his question ?
Thank you
post #138 of 1383
Can send me photos of optical cable and coaxial cable that u use? Is the sound better?
post #139 of 1383
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

I am sorry wkrajewski
I just received for 3 days , I can not answer your two question
Maybe someone can help him to answer his question ?
Thank you
Ping V0. I believe he's found a way to enable the Android Market to put apps on the HDP-R10. I'm going to make a guess it'll involve tinkering & rooting the OS, etc.
post #140 of 1383
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Can send me photos of optical cable and coaxial cable that u use? Is the sound better?

Hi axl1

Optical cable from sys concept Canada
Coaxial from Ventura Craft Japan
For coaxial you need one converter for your HDP R10 from RCA to mini 3,5 mm

post #141 of 1383

Why not the toslink to mini? With the adapter you have another interface. I always got the toslink to mini and it works great.

post #142 of 1383
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Why not the toslink to mini? With the adapter you have another interface. I always got the toslink to mini and it works great.

Hi jamato8
Like in my picture above I have toslink adaptor to mini as well for my HDP R 10
I have compare between I use toslink / optical vs coaxial cable for HDP R10
The result coaxial cable has better SQ IMO

Syst concept has another very thin toslink , SQ is better than mine , I want to buy later on
Will compare again coaxial cable .
post #143 of 1383

I am not sure I understand. Doesn't the R10 have a mini optical output? What I see in the image is a toslink to toslink cable with a optical mini adapter. Using the adapter will degrade the performance. What I use is on the cable, mini to toslink in the 1300 or 13,000 fiber cable with no adapters.

post #144 of 1383
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I am not sure I understand. Doesn't the R10 have a mini optical output? What I see in the image is a toslink to toslink cable with a optical mini adapter. Using the adapter will degrade the performance. What I use is on the cable, mini to toslink in the 1300 or 13,000 fiber cable with no adapters.
Jama, it's the same as the DX100. Yep that is an adapter. Does an adapter degrade that much!?
post #145 of 1383
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Jama, it's the same as the DX100. Yep that is an adapter. Does an adapter degrade that much!?


Well the adapter is not 1300 fibers it is one fiber and a so-so quality one. Also, you have another optical interface, which can degrade the signal so yest, you want just the quality optical cable and nothing more if you can help it. It isn't going to ruin the sound but less is better.

post #146 of 1383
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Well the adapter is not 1300 fibers it is one fiber and a so-so quality one. Also, you have another optical interface, which can degrade the signal so yest, you want just the quality optical cable and nothing more if you can help it. It isn't going to ruin the sound but less is better.
My adapter just be uber crap then :-). It doesn't even have any optical fibre medium but just an adapter tube to keep the transmit media converters & receiver optical fibre aligned.

I actually thought all of these optical adapters were like that.
post #147 of 1383
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My adapter just be uber crap then :-). It doesn't even have any optical fibre medium but just an adapter tube to keep the transmit media converters & receiver optical fibre aligned.

I actually thought all of these optical adapters were like that.


No, most adapters have an optical fiber in them but it appears, with your crappo one, not all. :^) It's all good. Life is too short to worry about the little things. Every minute and every hour is one you will never have again. It's all good.


Edited by jamato8 - 4/14/13 at 1:17am
post #148 of 1383
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

Jama, it's the same as the DX100. Yep that is an adapter. Does an adapter degrade that much!?

Thank you Sean for your help
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Originally Posted by jamato8 View Post

I am not sure I understand. Doesn't the R10 have a mini optical output? What I see in the image is a toslink to toslink cable with a optical mini adapter. Using the adapter will degrade the performance. What I use is on the cable, mini to toslink in the 1300 or 13,000 fiber cable with no adapters.

You are right Jamato , using adapter will degrade the performance .
That's why use the coaxial cable SQ is better than the Toslink cable .
post #149 of 1383
Hi all, I may be getting an HDP-R10 via a trade, but am wondering if I'd be better off with DX100. Can anyone who's owned / used both tell me the pros and cons of these two?
post #150 of 1383
I can only say the hep r10 I own sounds great and has no issues

If I were you read the dx100 thread that should be enough to make ur decision really easy
AL D
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