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post #16 of 20

All of that is in the DX100 thread, most of it in the first post which has links to everything you need.

 

Software version = main screen (to make sure you're on this press the middle touch button under the screen), swipe right to the home screen with all the apps on, then settings and 'About Device' at the bottom.

EQ = main screen, press the album cover/disc pic to enter the proper player screen, press the touch button on the bottom left, press EQ, Open, adjust.

 

I didn't even read the manual and figured out the about just playing round with it.

 

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Originally Posted by Jwm48324 View Post

I just got my Ibasso and have some questions. It does not have an owners manual or directions. How do you know what software is on the unit and how do you download new software. I don't see an equalizer on the unit. There should be a site on line to tell you this information and all the workings of the unit. I downloaded the free sample from HD tracks and it does sound good. I would like a little more fullness in the mids. Is there a break in period and what can I expect. I have the HE-500 headphones and the Westone 5's. The 500's sound great the Westone's are not as good. I did not know how colored these are. Does anyone know what in ear headphones sound close to the 500's. Thanks for your time. Jeff

post #17 of 20
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Originally Posted by dahl View Post

irivier ak100. Great balance and sound quality makes me happy now.


So you own one? Are you happy with it's high output impedance? That is a complete deal-breaker for me and is quite pathetic that they'd release something like that and at such a price...

post #18 of 20
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post


So you own one? Are you happy with it's high output impedance? That is a complete deal-breaker for me and is quite pathetic that they'd release something like that and at such a price...

how much is that ak100 anyway? 200usd?

post #19 of 20
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Originally Posted by Dyaems View Post

how much is that ak100 anyway? 200usd?


No I heard it's around  $600.00+. Pretty much it's a complete joke of a player for it's flaws. 22 Ohm impedance is epic fail.... This one is sure going up the river.


Edited by lee730 - 11/8/12 at 11:31am
post #20 of 20

i also heard the ak100 does not support lineout to external amps like the dx100 and the hm901. i have an ipod classic lineout to a fiio e17 and im looking to get a good dap. budget is 1k and will probably get it in january. im leaning towards the dx100 but will decide when the hm901 is out and has reviews. the reports about dx100s bugs worry me though...

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