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post #1096 of 1482

But there's one more thing , when fully charged (red light goes out) I listened today for over 8 hours and there's still 4 bars on battery , so battery life supposed to be good... now Im going to turn off studio and tommorow i ll have 2 bars , it's like studio dosent shut down but in kind of sleep mode , weird isnt it  :o  I'll try to reinstall FW.. got no other idea

post #1097 of 1482
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Originally Posted by kob12 View Post
 

But there's one more thing , when fully charged (red light goes out) I listened today for over 8 hours and there's still 4 bars on battery , so battery life supposed to be good... now Im going to turn off studio and tommorow i ll have 2 bars , it's like studio dosent shut down but in kind of sleep mode , weird isnt it  :o  I'll try to reinstall FW.. got no other idea


Just wondering, when you turn off your player, do you see a "bye bye" message? Also make sure your player is not plugged in as it will not turn off.

post #1098 of 1482
Yes ,there is "bye bye" message ,screen goes off .. today i v got two bars ,yesterday when shut down studio had 4 bars on battery ,it's like studio is playing even when it's turned off ...
Edited by kob12 - 6/12/14 at 1:50am
post #1099 of 1482
Thread Starter 

your battery dying maybe?

post #1100 of 1482

personally i think that battery life is good , when fully charged it runs for about 40-50 hrs, problem only exist when studio is turned off ...

post #1101 of 1482
Thread Starter 

are you sure its turninng off?  ive a few times thought ive turned it off and next ive picked it up i discover its been on and battery draining

post #1102 of 1482

I always make sure studio is turned off , there is "bye bye" message and all is right like before the issue, i tried to reinstal fw but still the same 

post #1103 of 1482

I'd remove the back and make sure the battery hasn't partially shorted the case etc. Sometimes a piece of tape can be a great fix for things.

post #1104 of 1482

Ok, I removed the back plate , battery is stick to the back and all seems to be fine but there was some dirt so I v cleaned inside compressed air  , studio is booting now so fast ... I shut it down for a while ,  gonna check tommorow if battery still draining after shut down and let You know , Thank you guys !!

post #1105 of 1482

It's not actually glued to the back though there may be some tape. I can't remember. If the problem continues check the back side next time. Good luck.

post #1106 of 1482

Could anyone here recommend a place to fix my studio V, im having bad exp with Hisound now that they don't response to my message anymore after they failed to receive my unit in China which sent it all the way back to me for months. I offered to return again on my fee but they stop responding which is very irresponsible. I fist sent them back before for fixing because there was a problem with headphone jack, it was broken, i paid all the fees and all they could do was sending me a unit with renew the case and battery plus screen but the main problem wasn't fixed so i sent back again but this time was during Chinese New Year, nobody was there to receive it somehow. Luckily there were someone going to check the post but what they told me was they couldn't see it anywhere. My unit was stuck at some unknown post for months until it was automatically sent back to me. I contacted Hisound through Jack here with the offer to return, this time i will pay for the shipping and the fixing fees again but they haven't replied to my messages for months. I checked profile and saw he was actually online but was ignoring it.

post #1107 of 1482

If it's just the headphone jack, it could be easily fixed locally by any competent service facility but it's kind of hard to direct anyone without a location. They could even 'borrow' the jack from the line in if needed. I'm assuming that you've tried multiple headphones in it. I doubt it wasn't listened to before being returned. Perhaps the issue is intermittent. Another thing to do is to open the unit and look for a loose screw or debride shorting out a channel on the board. Shipping to China for a jack seems like major overkill. 


Edited by goodvibes - 6/25/14 at 1:29am
post #1108 of 1482
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Originally Posted by mark2410 View Post
 

 

Hello

 

What do you think of    studio v 3rd  and inear stage driver 3

 

are they good couple for electronic music ? 

 

and can I say similar to DX90 or whatever , ı am not a professional , can you help me to find best dap for inear sd3 ?  

 

thanks

post #1109 of 1482
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by heyysanadiyom View Post
 

Hello

 

What do you think of    studio v 3rd  and inear stage driver 3

 

are they good couple for electronic music ? 

 

and can I say similar to DX90 or whatever , ı am not a professional , can you help me to find best dap for inear sd3 ?  

 

thanks


well i have not heard the inear stage 3 so im just guessing but given its said to be on the dark side of things i would have thought the Studio would pair very nicely.  personally i would pair sowething dark with something lighter so id expect that i would prefer the Studio over the DX90 with them, but like i said ive not heard so just guessing.

post #1110 of 1482
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Originally Posted by goodvibes View Post
 

If it's just the headphone jack, it could be easily fixed locally by any competent service facility but it's kind of hard to direct anyone without a location. They could even 'borrow' the jack from the line in if needed. I'm assuming that you've tried multiple headphones in it. I doubt it wasn't listened to before being returned. Perhaps the issue is intermittent. Another thing to do is to open the unit and look for a loose screw or debride shorting out a channel on the board. Shipping to China for a jack seems like major overkill. 


it's not a simple problem like you said. Before sending it back to China, i had it fixed at one of local electronic technician. At that time , the sound came out only one side of the headphone. After he opened, the jack was in piecies that he has to glue it back. After the fix,  the sound came out both channel normally, but then i discovered that the sound was basically different and  broken. There is a track call "God Knows..." the part where i can hear fast electric guitar playing just completely lost, the sound was push farther to the back.

I sent it back with that major problem but also problems with LCD screen where half of it was frozen, i could only see the upper part. The backplate was broken after repair trying to open, it was needed to send back their for replacing the parts not just only for the headphone jack. What im trying to point out here is very their horrible service, they didn't manage to fix it after i paid for it (They didn't qualify me for warranty whatever) which took my effort to send it back 2rd time , but they couldn't receive it this time for some reasons, i don't blame them for that maybe problem was the post office , so for the 3rd time trying to contact them for return again, i am willing to pay again for the shipping fee and repair fee over but they haven't replied to my mgs for months. Very unprofessional...

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