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post #10366 of 17162

awesome news

post #10367 of 17162

I hope, I can downgrade to 2.1 again, in case I dislike the new fw as much as 2.14b ? ;)

post #10368 of 17162
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Originally Posted by AuxIn View Post

I hope, I can downgrade to 2.1 again, in case I dislike the new fw as much as 2.14b ? wink.gif
As long as you have the firmware file for 2.1 (or any other), you can choose whatever firmware you want to use.
post #10369 of 17162
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Originally Posted by JamesFiiO View Post
 

 

very sorry for the delay, we have not enough engineer, and X3 need to share the work of X5 too. and the 3.0 is not the final version too cause we want to make as good as we can. but also please understand that we can

 

upgrading for ever.


thanks James! we will be patiently waiting for it :)

post #10370 of 17162

I've searched through this thread, and can't find anything, so...

Does anyone load up their X3 with a variety of file types and bit rates and sample rates?

Do you play a 96/24 FLAC right after a 320 kbps MP3?

Does doing that increase the likelihood of a freeze?

Am I thinking too much?

:smile:

post #10371 of 17162
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Originally Posted by WAV-4-my-X3 View Post
 

I've searched through this thread, and can't find anything, so...

Does anyone load up their X3 with a variety of file types and bit rates and sample rates?

Do you play a 96/24 FLAC right after a 320 kbps MP3?

Does doing that increase the likelihood of a freeze?

Am I thinking too much?

:smile:

You're thinking too much - ;)

 

I do that all the time - mixture of FLACs (various rates), TVBR AAC and MP3s. Not quite trouble free, but d*mn close.

post #10372 of 17162
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Originally Posted by WAV-4-my-X3 View Post
 

I've searched through this thread, and can't find anything, so...

Does anyone load up their X3 with a variety of file types and bit rates and sample rates?

Do you play a 96/24 FLAC right after a 320 kbps MP3?

Does doing that increase the likelihood of a freeze?

Am I thinking too much?

:smile:

 

 

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Originally Posted by tjw321 View Post
 

You're thinking too much - ;)

 

I do that all the time - mixture of FLACs (various rates), TVBR AAC and MP3s. Not quite trouble free, but d*mn close.

i do that ..... no problems at all 

post #10373 of 17162
Thinking too much is always a problem Mmet, do we need to have an intervention?
post #10374 of 17162
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Originally Posted by Saoshyant View Post

Thinking too much is always a problem Mmet, do we need to have an intervention?

thinking too much is a bless till you share your thoughts with an idiot 

post #10375 of 17162
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Originally Posted by WAV-4-my-X3 View Post

I've searched through this thread, and can't find anything, so...
Does anyone load up their X3 with a variety of file types and bit rates and sample rates?
Do you play a 96/24 FLAC right after a 320 kbps MP3?
Does doing that increase the likelihood of a freeze?
Am I thinking too much?
smile.gif

You are thinking too much
post #10376 of 17162
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Originally Posted by subguy812 View Post


You are thinking too much

 

Perhaps "thinking" is a problem !

post #10377 of 17162
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Originally Posted by Silverprout View Post
 

 

Perhaps "thinking" is a problem !


Nope ....thinking for the most part is a good thing

post #10378 of 17162
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Originally Posted by subguy812 View Post
 


Nope ....thinking for the most part is a good thing


He was not totaly wrong, it's important to have a robust FW.

We need "thinkers" like him !

post #10379 of 17162
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Originally Posted by Silverprout View Post


He was not totaly wrong, it's important to have a robust FW.
We need "thinkers" like him !

I agree about a robust fw. The hardware is only half the equation.
post #10380 of 17162
Now downloading official FW3.0 smily_headphones1.gif
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