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post #196 of 469
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

The latest ventura go dap x , you can pair directly with micro to micro usb cable . Not like their product go dap x first batch you must use via
OTG on the go adapter for pair with your samsung galaxy note 2.

 

Can the latest VentureCraft Go-Dap X use also a OTG adpter for pairing with the Galaxy Note 2?

 

Thanks

post #197 of 469
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Originally Posted by DrTone View Post

Regarding the hiss, don't expect an update from Samsung to address the issue.  Our best hope if for supercurio to release Voodoo Sound for the Note2 and S3.  One thing he does with voodoo sound is turn the digital output of the dac chip up to 100% allowing the head phone amp level to be reduced.  This has 2 benefits, first the people who can't seem to get enough volume from their phone get more volume and people with sensitive in ears get a cleaner sound because the head phone amp doesn't have to work as hard to get the volume.

 

Oh man... The hiss is really annoying, but only with Balanced Armatures. It's slightly noticeable with my CKW1000ANV(dynamic driver).

It seems Supercurio has stopped working on Voodoo for Note 2... so isn't there any other way to reduce the hissing?

post #198 of 469
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Originally Posted by JohannLiebert View Post

 

Oh man... The hiss is really annoying, but only with Balanced Armatures. It's slightly noticeable with my CKW1000ANV(dynamic driver).

It seems Supercurio has stopped working on Voodoo for Note 2... so isn't there any other way to reduce the hissing?


Get an external DAC basically. I don't notice any hissing using my M-100's though, nor did I with my PX-100's, so it must be very sensitive headphones having this issue, and IEM's

post #199 of 469
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Originally Posted by musical-kage View Post


Get an external DAC basically. I don't notice any hissing using my M-100's though, nor did I with my PX-100's, so it must be very sensitive headphones having this issue, and IEM's

Could be the combination of low impedance and very sensitive headphones. After reading the comments in this thread, I tried my JVC HA-S500s: 32 ohms, 106db sensitivity. Didn't hear it.
post #200 of 469
I bought Neutron player for my note 2

First 2 weeks sound very good

As 2 days ago I try to use the function Equiliser , suddenly the instrument improve the clarity

And detail .

But I have the problem the mid is clipping now , if I turn the volume about 50%.

Anyone has the same experience with midrange clipping !

Please help me to find out about the problem

Shall I delete the Neutron player and download again.?

Thank you
post #201 of 469
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

I bought Neutron player for my note 2

First 2 weeks sound very good

As 2 days ago I try to use the function Equiliser , suddenly the instrument improve the clarity

And detail .

But I have the problem the mid is clipping now , if I turn the volume about 50%.

Anyone has the same experience with midrange clipping !

Please help me to find out about the problem

Shall I delete the Neutron player and download again.?

Thank you

 

Mids are clipping with the EQ on? That makes sense, if you're EQ'ing the mids up. I presume you've tried simply turning the EQ off?

post #202 of 469
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

I bought Neutron player for my note 2

First 2 weeks sound very good

As 2 days ago I try to use the function Equiliser , suddenly the instrument improve the clarity

And detail .

But I have the problem the mid is clipping now , if I turn the volume about 50%.

Anyone has the same experience with midrange clipping !

Please help me to find out about the problem

Shall I delete the Neutron player and download again.?

Thank you

 

Sounds like the mid range is EQ'd too high, If you switch the pre-amp on does it not detect it and reduce the pre-amp output automatically to prevent it?

 

Also, if you go into the settings there is usually a 'reset' button for each of the various DSP settings.... reseting all of them should have the same result as a re-install.

 

I avoid using the EQ and any other DSP settings


Edited by Ari33 - 1/20/13 at 2:29am
post #203 of 469
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Originally Posted by Ari33 View Post

 

Sounds like the mid range is EQ'd too high, If you switch the pre-amp on does it not detect it and reduce the pre-amp output automatically to prevent it?

 

Also, if you go into the settings there is usually a 'reset' button for each of the various DSP settings.... reseting all of them should have the same result as a re-install.

 

I avoid using the EQ and any other DSP settings

 

Not a Neutron user here, but it should have a setting to prevent clipping at peaks (and/or a replaygain setting).

post #204 of 469
First of all thank you for your help

I don't use the EQ anymore but the mid still clipping

I will reset follow your suggestion .
post #205 of 469
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Originally Posted by DanBa View Post

Can the latest VentureCraft Go-Dap X use also a OTG adpter for pairing with the Galaxy Note 2?

Thanks

I will inform you later on tonight

With my go dap x black from October I must use on the go adaptor pair with my note 2

Since I have go dap x red LME I haven't try with OTG
post #206 of 469
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Originally Posted by JohannLiebert View Post

 

Oh man... The hiss is really annoying, but only with Balanced Armatures. It's slightly noticeable with my CKW1000ANV(dynamic driver).

It seems Supercurio has stopped working on Voodoo for Note 2... so isn't there any other way to reduce the hissing?


Just wondering where you heard that Voodoo is not in development.  I am not saying it is or isn't-- just wondering if that is really true.

post #207 of 469
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Originally Posted by headfinoob View Post


Just wondering where you heard that Voodoo is not in development.  I am not saying it is or isn't-- just wondering if that is really true.

 

He claims from time to time on Twitter it is still in development, but it's got to an "I'll believe it when I see it" stage now. I wouldn't wait on him if you want better SQ, get it now with USB audio or one of the adapted Voodoo-like solutions.

post #208 of 469
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Originally Posted by DanBa View Post

Can the latest VentureCraft Go-Dap X use also a OTG adpter for pairing with the Galaxy Note 2?

Thanks

Both go dap x black standard burr brown op amp and go dap x red upgrade op amp LME. 498690 works with OTG adaptor
Edited by rudi0504 - 1/22/13 at 8:36am
post #209 of 469

Thanks!

post #210 of 469
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


I am sorry , I have made a mistake , that OTG not in Samsung galaxy note 2 biggrin.gif

With OTG they works on my black go dap x with burr brown op amp and on my latest batch go dap x Red: with upgrade op amp LME 49860 .

The rule :

OTG adaptor must connect to micro usb on galaxy note 2
Must use Samsung cable to connect between OTG and go dap x micro USB


Edited by rudi0504 - 1/22/13 at 8:18am
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