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post #256 of 1036
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Originally Posted by sly_in_the_sky View Post

mine is DT Dynamic dated: 2013..01.15.....

Interesting, I wonder if just the date is different or if it is actually different firmware from mine?

post #257 of 1036
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Originally Posted by sly_in_the_sky View Post

it's my second Studio V 3rd ann. My first has been stolen...

 

I just received it with the new firmware...Am I the only one who finds it to have more clean, transparent and dynamic sound? With my EM6 it's incredible... so much authority, fluidity, air and presence... the bass is so airy, textured and natural....

sorry about your first Studio 3rd Anniv.

 

On the other hand, congrats on getting a new one and with the new firmware! Bragging rights, eh?

 

 

can you post the new firmware file?

post #258 of 1036

Thank you very much...

 

It would be a pleasure, but I tried to check in the system folder, I can't find any firmware file. Tons of DAT or IDX folders but nothing that seems to be a DT-Dynamic firmware file. 

 

I think they did not put it inside the player as they used to do...

 

Someone knows how you can extract it?

 

The easiest way to have this firmware for me is perhaps to ask Jack.


Edited by sly_in_the_sky - 7/2/13 at 11:14pm
post #259 of 1036
Omg I'm so envious of you for having tried the new firmware!
post #260 of 1036

If Jack gives it to me, I'll post it. 

post #261 of 1036

found this little thing today in my mailbox , this unit came with new firmware . sound impressions are very good ,tell you folks , SQ of 3rd anv is worth any money , just smashed my previous cowon x7 .. 

 

 

 

 

post #262 of 1036
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If Jack gives it to me, I'll post it. 

 why the big secret?

will it work with normal Studio-V?

 

mind you changing Studio Firmware is such a horrible

process.

post #263 of 1036

It's really not that hard to change the firmware. Although it is not as simple as drag and drop. But Jack did mention the firmware possibly not being compatible with the older units. So I'm not sure how true this is or not. He was suppose to let me test this out but he hasn't gotten back to me in a while.
 

post #264 of 1036

No news about Jack...

 

Hope he'll answer soon...

 

Kob 12, can you also confirm that the firmware folder isn't in the player itself?

post #265 of 1036

He just replied back to me. He said they are currently testing the new firmware and if all goes well should release it in a few days. We'll see.
 

post #266 of 1036
Changing firmware on the Nova is a nightmare , a paying customer should not have to go through that process
post #267 of 1036
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Originally Posted by KT66 View Post

Changing firmware on the Nova is a nightmare , a paying customer should not have to go through that process


Well on the Nova yes. But this is not the Nova thread now is it? (no way to know you were talking about the Nova). BTW you said "mind you changing Studio Firmware is such a horrible process." The Studio V is not the Nova player.... I found updating the Studio V to be much easier in comparison to the Nova. For one getting the firmware for the Nova was not easy as well as finding the right loader to do the upgrade. Then you had to log onto the player and set it to update firmware. Then you had to install a special driver once you plugged the player in after doing the above steps. After which you had to start the loader figure out how to change it to English and follow more steps. That was a PITA I'll agree.

 

While the Studio isn't as easy as drag and drop like on the DX100 or AK120, I still found the updating procedures for the studio quite easy. The original directions though did not make this easy. Clear and concise English would have made the process much easier in this case. But the directions listed on the firmware thread make it easy. Although I'm told you can skip the holding the up button and just follow the rest of the procedure. I was able to update the player within a minutes time. So I think it's relatively minor considering the firmware and direction are all in one place to access.


Edited by lee730 - 7/4/13 at 1:35am
post #268 of 1036
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Originally Posted by sly_in_the_sky View Post

No news about Jack...

 

Hope he'll answer soon...

 

Kob 12, can you also confirm that the firmware folder isn't in the player itself?


 I though that it was good idea to upload new firmware for You , i ve just check system folder and there is no trace of new firmware installer .. sorry , .. this one on my studio is DT-DYNAMIC 2013.01.15 , and so far i didnt notice any problems at all :)

post #269 of 1036

When accessing your music via folder view are you able to go back a single menu (into the folder itself?) opposed to back to the root menu? That was my biggest issue with the UI.
 

post #270 of 1036

@Lee   I'm afraid it's not done yet .. it takes me back to the root menu . Let's hope I'v got something like beta firmware and hisound take care of that issue once they release new fw ..

 

EDIT: how to check when studio is fully charged ??


Edited by kob12 - 7/4/13 at 4:07am
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