No. My laptop has USB 3.0 ports too. <- this isn't correct
Edited by asko - 10/7/13 at 5:31am
Sorry if you've already answered this - I've lost track of who said what. Have you selected the DAC as the default sound output device? (Or are you in the situation where the computer doesn't recognise it in DAC mode?)
Did they work without any external speakers on your gf's laptop and your work PC?
my laptop's internal DAC sucks, that's why was hoping i'd only need the AK100 to work without any external speakers
Here are instructions for AK120. Now it is suitable for AK100 and you can see how to configure USB DAC (Basics 15).
Foobar - Library - Configure - Output- iriver USB DAC
I'm not sure if I understand your question, because it sounds a little bit strange for me. This player doesn't have any speakers so it can't play any sounds without headphones. If you want to hear anything, you should plug your headphones into the player.
OMG! I see that you are right! The driver for USB3.0 is broken. My player doesn't work with USB3.0 but it works with USB2.0 o____O (my laptop has both: USB3.0 and USB2.0 receptacles).
// OS: Windows 7, 64 bit
There we go. Problem solved!
Tagging issues arggg!!
I retagged my album many times but it still doesn't fix the error!
Songs are under -
Album: The Music, Vol. 1, The Music, Vol. 2 and The Music, Vol. 3
3 albums ( Vol 1, 2, 3), are renamed in the AK100 as "0" and "1"
Vol 1 and 3 are mixed together in the "1" while the Vol 2 is inside "0"
however my other 2 albums: The Music, Vol 4 and The Music, Vol 6 is named correctly!
Anyone knows how to fix this?
remove all information from the ID tags.
I tried with iTunes and it only removes IDv3 and not IDv1.
Not sure if you are experiencing the same kind of issue with the tags.
Only way I know is to plug it in when switched off and it will show "Fully Charged" on the screen