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post #856 of 1142

So, I had noticed the the Nintendo 3DS battery has the voltage/amperage also.  It's odd, however, that others I have seen had dimensions that wouldn't fit the studio.  Perhaps their dimensions were wrong, or perhaps this one is, but here's a nice affordable battery that, if their dimensions are correct, would fit the Studio quite well - you'd just have to solder on some wires and you'd be good to go:

 

http://dx.com/p/replacement-rechargeable-3-7v-2000mah-lithium-battery-pack-with-screwdriver-for-nintendo-3ds-65064#.Urm2LmRDt5k

 

 

Alright, that's the end of my research on this for now.  Perhaps I'll send Jack a note and see what he would ask for a replacement battery.

 

Best,

post #857 of 1142
Thanks for the info, I think it would probably work too. Pity I don't need to it has me interested. Maybe one day.
post #858 of 1142

So, I added this to my Studio V 3rd:

Shure EAADPT-KIT Adapter Kit (Combines 1/4" Adapter, Airline Adapter, Attachable Volume Control)


With the studio at volume of 22 and controlling the volume with attenuator the electronic squeaking that I was hearing is gone and the hiss is also gone. The sound does not seem to have suffered either.  Makes the Roxanne's and the UE7 pros sound really good...Roxannes have the definite edge though...dat bass!!!

post #859 of 1142
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Originally Posted by bearFNF View Post
 

So, I added this to my Studio V 3rd:

Shure EAADPT-KIT Adapter Kit (Combines 1/4" Adapter, Airline Adapter, Attachable Volume Control)

 


With the studio at volume of 22 and controlling the volume with attenuator the electronic squeaking that I was hearing is gone and the hiss is also gone. The sound does not seem to have suffered either.  Makes the Roxanne's and the UE7 pros sound really good...Roxannes have the definite edge though...dat bass!!!

 

Nice, glad you found a solution that works for you!  Also, congrats on the upcoming 1000th post :smile_phones:

 

I've recently been revisiting the level I keep the Studio at to pass it through my amp.  The higher I keep it, the more punchy the attack.  Not sure if the input on the C5 always keeps up though...these days I usually hang around 27 or so.

post #860 of 1142

Oh, snap, didn't notice it was my 1000th post!!! Now I have stage fright, what am I supposed to do?  Should I tell a joke? no, that's would be lame. I could post a funny picture...

CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 100


No that might offend some one:

maybe this one:

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Dang that one is offensive, too

One last try:

CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 100


Yeah that one is OK.

 

Happy 1000th post. :beerchug: 

post #861 of 1142

Heh,  excellent!

 

Good bird image.

 

BTW - I haven't had any other issues with the studio since I repaired the USB port connection - it was just a hairline crack between two of the feet and the board.

 

Anyhow, I'm finally enjoying this player the way it was meant to be enjoyed - and I'm glad to have all of those photos of the player stripped down.  I'll probably work on writing my own review of this player soon.

 

Best,

post #862 of 1142

quick qns, what's the latest firmware for studio v?

post #863 of 1142
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Originally Posted by azarel View Post
 

quick qns, what's the latest firmware for studio v?

 

The firmware mine (V3 Anniversary) shipped with was DT-DYNAMIC 2013.01.15

 

Didn't really become fully useable until I reverted back to what I'm running now - DT-DYNAMIC 20111223

 

My review was this post if interested - http://www.head-fi.org/t/634747/hisoundaudio-studio-v-3rd-anniversary-edition-review/720#post_10017326

post #864 of 1142

thanks Brooko. Haven't had a chance to keep updated with my studio v so was curious as the latest firmware avail.

post #865 of 1142
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Originally Posted by azarel View Post
 

thanks Brooko. Haven't had a chance to keep updated with my studio v so was curious as the latest firmware avail.


The latest firmware was a none starter, meaning it does not work so well and not worth trying until they fix it.  Most people I know of have reverted back to the firmware Brooko mentioned.

post #866 of 1142

Don't waste your time with the newer firmware. I am a bit confused why Jack would shot himself in the foot putting the latest firmware on the 3rds ANVs. He even asked for the firmware to be rescinded due to so many issues with it....

post #867 of 1142

How come you sold your Studio, lee730?

post #868 of 1142
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Originally Posted by treal512 View Post
 

How come you sold your Studio, lee730?


Far as I'm aware it wasn't Lee who sold his Studio 3rd. It was actually the Studio who disowned him, due to physical abuse;

After escaping Lee's clutches bruised and battered the poor thing found it's way to me where it's now loved and taken care of

Or it might of been because Lee now prefers his AK120 S Mod and felt no need having the Studio around any longer. :)

post #869 of 1142
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 


Far as I'm aware it wasn't Lee who sold his Studio 3rd. It was actually the Studio who disowned him, due to physical abuse;

After escaping Lee's clutches bruised and battered the poor thing found it's way to me where it's now loved and taken care of

Or it might of been because Lee now prefers his AK120 S Mod and felt no need having the Studio around any longer. :)

Hopefully his Rocoo BA will also find the courage to leave him one day, and find it's way to another's loving arms!:tongue:

post #870 of 1142

Free!, He'll never be free! (line from a movie, guess ;)...

 

I'm pretty sure the Rocoo BA won't be going anywhere. I like its portability and sound quality in a small unit. It also pairs very well on my SE5 so its a no-brainer. Tupac mentioned the Rocoo BA sounding so similar to the DX100 he most likely wouldn't be able to tell them apart in a blind test with the SE5 :).

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