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Thanks umdesch4,

 

Most of my gapless albums are 16/44.1 (house, trance, live etc.).  So basically with 16/44.1 it plays flawlessly on the transition with no clicks?

 

I also have been trying to keep up with the firmwares.  I'm guessing if I purchase from Amazon it would come with the 2.1?

 

Thanks again


Well, so far all my CD rips to FLAC have sounded great. At least I haven't noticed clicks. I would also guess that 2.1 is the standard shipping firmware version. That's what mine had when I got it about 6 weeks ago.

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...Torn between the X3, X5 and DX50 or 90...

Thanks!
That's quite the range of torn between's, I'd go DX90 FTW Bro! Or maybe one of the new AK100 MKII's biggrin.gif
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That's quite the range of torn between's, I'd go DX90 FTW Bro! Or maybe one of the new AK100 MKII's biggrin.gif

 

 

Thanks umdesch4.......Appreciate the help!!!!:gs1000smile:

 

 

Hahaha.  Waz up TD...:beerchug:

 

One of my deciding factors will be price..lol....Curious really, been an apple junkie for so long (which I love :D).....Wanna see what these players can do against my apple babies and also my Clip+ and Clip Zip (Rockboxed).

 

Cheers!!!


Edited by HeatFan12 - 5/20/14 at 10:00pm
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Just for the record I have had virtually no issues with gapless playback since 2.1 and the vast majority of my files are either 24/96 or 24/192. Lot's of hi-rez Floyd, Alan Parsons, Nirvana and Clapton unplugged and the like.

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Just for the record I have had virtually no issues with gapless playback since 2.1 and the vast majority of my files are either 24/96 or 24/192. Lot's of hi-rez Floyd, Alan Parsons, Nirvana and Clapton unplugged and the like.

Yeah... same here, never had problems with gapless. It's perfect :)

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Just for the record I have had virtually no issues with gapless playback since 2.1 and the vast majority of my files are either 24/96 or 24/192. Lot's of hi-rez Floyd, Alan Parsons, Nirvana and Clapton unplugged and the like.

Same here! 

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Just for the record I have had virtually no issues with gapless playback since 2.1 and the vast majority of my files are either 24/96 or 24/192. Lot's of hi-rez Floyd, Alan Parsons, Nirvana and Clapton unplugged and the like.


I have The Alan Parsons Project, Pink Floyd and Clapton unplugged too. The tracks that do join together do work find but I seem to sometimes have a small problem between other tracks. It just seems to skip out the last second of the track its playing and then suddenly moves on to the next one. I know it is meant to be gapless playback but I don't think it is meant to skip anything out when the tracks don't join together. It may be that I am just used to the way my old player worked.

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Didn't we already say "no" to this already?

sass. 

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Wasn't trying to be @leebSaMmY, but kept asking the same thing still wouldn't change the fact the answer is still "no".
 
Welcome; Come again.

Edited by Dkhand - 5/22/14 at 11:39am
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I was just hoping maybe someone who knew how didn't see my first post. This thread moves fast and you can easily miss something with the 15 pages about gapless playback or 50 pages on the volume change between 2.14b and 2.1. I didn't think bringing up a topic a second time would cause you dismay.

Sorry; won't happen again.

 

#sass


Edited by leebSaMmY - 5/22/14 at 11:49am
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Just for the record I have had virtually no issues with gapless playback since 2.1 and the vast majority of my files are either 24/96 or 24/192. Lot's of hi-rez Floyd, Alan Parsons, Nirvana and Clapton unplugged and the like.

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I have The Alan Parsons Project, Pink Floyd and Clapton unplugged too. The tracks that do join together do work find but I seem to sometimes have a small problem between other tracks. It just seems to skip out the last second of the track its playing and then suddenly moves on to the next one. I know it is meant to be gapless playback but I don't think it is meant to skip anything out when the tracks don't join together. It may be that I am just used to the way my old player worked.

What file format are you guys using for your high resolution tracks?

Might help out others if they knew FLAC, for example, has less problems than say AIFF, again just for example.
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All I use is flac 24 & 16 bit with no problems. I have loaded AAC but it has a very slight gap but not to annoying.

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The majority of my hi-res files are FLAC, but I do have some that are WAV and AIFF. I have files in all three formats that require gapless playback and they all play perfectly on my X3.

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The beta modded version of the firmware can get a bit warm after volume 65 (low gain). I think it's like overclocking a computer, without placing it in a cool area, it does get hot!

Edit: If anyone is wondering, I'm using V-Moda M100's. The things need a bit more juice in loud places.


Edited by Nec3 - 5/22/14 at 5:40pm
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The beta modded version of the firmware can get a bit warm after volume 65 (low gain). I think it's like overclocking a computer, without placing it in a cool area, it does get hot!

+1

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