Yes the DX100 interface is a little sluggish, but the sound quality is amazing.
If its running Android (which I am pretty sure it is) there should be a custom kernel that allows you to OC it and set it to a performance governor. After that it should be much faster. Forewarning: don't overclock it too much (one or two hundred MHz should do it fine) and when you overclock it the battery life will fall as the CPU is pulling more power. Don't have one to test.
(Edit) Quick Google search pulls up nothing. Maybe there isn't enough support as most devs don't believe in a 830$ device that just plays music ...
(Edit 2) I have been having even more problems with my Dragonfly...
Originally Posted by gidgiddonihah
(Edit) Anyone having trouble with the DF headphone jack? It seams really sensitive. When rotating my headphone cable sometimes I get really bad static feedback and when I wiggle it in the USB port I get the same.
(Edit 2) Now all I get is static...
(Edit 3) Hmmm... A restart seems to have fixed it. My DF seems loose in its case and I thought that's what it was. Was giving me crap in XBMC (playing a movie) and wouldn't stop when I closed it. Restarted my laptop and its working great now.
Lots of times it just won't output anything unless I wiggle it which creates a painful staticy popping symphony. Lots of times when I plug it in I need to play it for 10 seconds to several minutes before popping and crackling goes away. This happens in MOG, Spotify, Rdio, foobar, Mediamonkey, and everything else I tested in Linux Mint on my laptop and Win7 on my desktop/laptop so I think I be pretty sure its the Dragonfly. I called Audio Advisor and they are shipping me a replacement. Will update when it comes in.
Edited by gidgiddonihah - 1/13/13 at 3:29pm