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post #856 of 1621
Yes I am with you on that too. As for speed of chip. I guess it matters , the jitter as well. Even hardrives matter as well in your CPU or nas. I have solid stae drives .
How much were the disk,s anyway $$
Please post a link.

Thanks
Al
Edited by ALRAINBOW - 1/18/14 at 4:59pm
post #857 of 1621

Curious for the link as well.  I ordered the Samsung 64gb high speed and the Toshiba 16gb as well.  What did the 128 set you back and is it sandisk?

post #858 of 1621

This is the one I have bought, which is the fastest available as far as I know:

 

http://www.amazon.co.jp/gp/product/B00HJ1S4R4/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

 

I decided to go for this one because the capacity is already quite large and I want to do the best I can to minimize jitter.

 

However, this is perhaps a better compromise for price/performance ratio:

 

http://www.amazon.co.jp/gp/product/B00HA2U87Q/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_2?ie=UTF8&psc=1

post #859 of 1621
Ok can someone post in us $ please I am on a iPad and the conversion thing is a pain please.

Al
post #860 of 1621

In USD the prices (approximate conversion) are $150 for the Xtra Pro 128 GB (90 MB/s) and $300 for the Xtra Elite 128 GB (100 MB/s)

post #861 of 1621
Wow that double for 10 mb transfer better no way Jose for me. . What one did you buy ??

Al
post #862 of 1621
Does Sandisk make those for microdia? Are they (microdia) a reliable brand?
post #863 of 1621

There is also a cheaper version 128 GB Xtra plus which costs about $80 (40 MB/s).

 

I have never tried microdia cards before, but it seems a respected brand for photography etc. Anyway, as far as I know they are producing the only 128 GB Micro SD cards available at the moment (and only in Japan). Actually I did a quick research and apparently microdia was producing OEM for Samsung and other large brands.


Edited by rmap - 1/18/14 at 6:17pm
post #864 of 1621
Just got my R10 yesterday. Great brick. Huge but very powerful. I love the amp section of this thing. This is the only dac that I don't feel like adding an amp into the chain.

It drives the SE5 and Pro666 (both CIEM has 100+ohm impedance) easily. The high gain produce the best sound, eats more battery though. The SE5 mid sounds so creamy and tasty, the best I've heard so far. While the Pro666 retains it's balance signature but also got some really sweet tube like coloring.
post #865 of 1621
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Originally Posted by Jazzyfi View Post

Just got my R10 yesterday. Great brick. Huge but very powerful. I love the amp section of this thing. This is the only dac that I don't feel like adding an amp into the chain.

It drives the SE5 and Pro666 (both CIEM has 100+ohm impedance) easily. The high gain produce the best sound, eats more battery though. The SE5 mid sounds so creamy and tasty, the best I've heard so far. While the Pro666 retains it's balance signature but also got some really sweet tube like coloring.


What is the volume percentage you are using with SE5way? Around 30% or something?

 

Also how long the battery lasts? 10 hours?

post #866 of 1621
Volume is around 170-180. About 35-40%. But my files are mostly msfl rip so they have lower gain to prevent clipping. With modern cd probably you only need 25-30%.

No idea about battery, been playing music mix between red book and HD for around 3 hours, standby for around 6 hours, one time crashing and reset. Battery down to 70%.
post #867 of 1621
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Originally Posted by Jazzyfi View Post

Volume is around 170-180. About 35-40%. But my files are mostly msfl rip so they have lower gain to prevent clipping. With modern cd probably you only need 25-30%.

No idea about battery, been playing music mix between red book and HD for around 3 hours, standby for around 6 hours, one time crashing and reset. Battery down to 70%.


Probably it would stand for 10 hours then. Did you get that *pop* sound? You know, the device is off, you plug your iems in, you turn on the device, then you get a pop sound.

 

One time crash already? What the hell? What happened could you figure out?

post #868 of 1621
What is the firmware in unit
There is a beta 8.03
Al
post #869 of 1621
I think it will get more than 10 hours if you play red book files. I have a lot of 24bit/192KHz files playing this morning.
Crash happened when it can't play a flac album. Probably the files are corrupt. I'll look into it tonight. Pop is not that bad with SE5, impedance is pretty high. Still it's better to go out of standby before plugging your iem.
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Probably it would stand for 10 hours then. Did you get that *pop* sound? You know, the device is off, you plug your iems in, you turn on the device, then you get a pop sound.

One time crash already? What the hell? What happened could you figure out?
post #870 of 1621
8.0.2.

Is the 8.0.3 beta quite stable?
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Originally Posted by ALRAINBOW View Post

What is the firmware in unit
There is a beta 8.03
Al
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