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post #1141 of 1266
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firmware, now theres a question.  its been ages since ive done it myself.

 

i know they are all in this thread somewhere but as to where.....

post #1142 of 1266

How about the link I gave on the previous page after he asked the 1st time? :rolleyes:

Go with Dynamic 20111223.


Edited by goodvibes - 7/12/14 at 4:05am
post #1143 of 1266
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http://www.hisoundaudio.com/case.asp?id=29

thanks but how can I update ?

post #1144 of 1266
This has been the best explanation Ive read, it helped me alot in the past.
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Originally Posted by goodvibes View Post

As far as I can tell, yes. I haven't messed with compatibility modes in windows7 64. Maybe it works with w7 32 but no clue. The only thing you need to make sure of is that you do a quick format at 4096. I could never figure out how it comes from the factory but the early installer always says 2046 sector size. choosing this allocation size may not be available in XP but if you install any of the FWs in w7 first you can and when you then do the format at default allocation size in XP on the next install, it should stay. No idea why allocation size should make any difference in sound (shouldn't) but it does.


Basically reset, hold the up button while connecting to your PC until you here usb connected dadum sound. You shouldn't be able to see it as a drive at this point. If you can, you didn't do something correctly and should start over. Open the installer. It wll find the player and let you see it as a drive in '(My)Computer". Fast format and when done, start the installer with no boxes checked. Close the installer and eject as a drive when complete. 
If it doesn't sound like I described, give it another go. It's rare but I've had a couple less than perfect updates. Done it pretty often messing about.
http://www.hisoundaudio.com/Uploadfiles/20131117175558560.rar 

Edited by wormsdriver - 7/12/14 at 9:29pm
post #1145 of 1266

Here?

:redface: 

post #1146 of 1266

ohhhh , finally I sold it , such a stupid dap 

post #1147 of 1266

the 3edition?

if i knew i came to grab it to instanbul..

i like it very much

waiting mine from new zeland

post #1148 of 1266

To paraphrase: Oh Boy! Oh Boy! What? What? What?

post #1149 of 1266

Had to G-V.  Wasn't getting enough ear-time once the X5 landed.

 

I miss it already though.  Have been wondering whether I made the right choice ......

post #1150 of 1266

hoping that it will not enjoy a postman in the pacific!

post #1151 of 1266

Patience Dani - it only left Invercargill Monday.  Let's give it a chance huh :)

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Had to G-V.  Wasn't getting enough ear-time once the X5 landed.

 

I miss it already though.  Have been wondering whether I made the right choice ......


I doubt I'll ever sell anv 3.

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Originally Posted by montanari View Post
 

the 3edition?

if i knew i came to grab it to instanbul..

i like it very much

waiting mine from new zeland



You will not be disappointed with Studio V 3rd Anv. Apart from only charging my unit once every 1.5 months (literally) the sound is terribly unique. 

I remember months back seeing Lee, Brooko and a few others with their units, I just had to own one if  it was the last thing I ever did.

I still don't know if I'm doing the right thing parting with mine (I'm sure Brooko is feeling some remorse also)

 

post #1154 of 1266

I already have a Studio V

with some problems at the jack in

hope to fix it soon and i will put for sale (if the 3ed sounds better!)

post #1155 of 1266

i bought the 3ed  because the studio V is a perfect match with my headphones and for his infinity battery and due to this problem, otherwise i just enjoyed my StudioV

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