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Just posting back as promised, I now have the X3 running perfectly well as a USB DAC running via VLC. The issue seems to have been some conflict between software DAP's I had on my Mac as I removed them all, and just put the latest version of VLC back on and all is working well. I imagine that the update to OS X Mavericks may have compounded some of the issues with software incompatibilities.

 

Anyway, all is well now and thank you again to those of you that offered helpful advice. 

post #5987 of 12500
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My suggestion to you is to contact FiiO support. They are very good.

 

Okay, thanks. What is the best method to contact them?

post #5988 of 12500
Sorry i know its kind of dumb question ...managed to install the dac driver and not too sure whether to plug in the speaker cable to the headphone jack or the line out jack at the bottom of the x3 ...not so good in technical department ..thanks
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Sorry i know its kind of dumb question ...managed to install the dac driver and not too sure whether to plug in the speaker cable to the headphone jack or the line out jack at the bottom of the x3 ...not so good in technical department ..thanks

if you're plugging in headphones, plug them into the hole marked with headphones.

If you're plugging in an AMPLIFIER, plug it into line out connector in the bottom.

If you're trying to plug in a pair of passive speakers with bare wire, you are wrong. More than likely you have a headphone jack looking thing and a pair of speakers with a power button on them. I hope.
post #5990 of 12500
Thanks a lot ...just another question ...when i plug my x3 into my laptop ( crappy sound card ) and I used a my Altec Lansing speaker connected to my laptop...so should I plug the speaker jack to the headphone or the bottom line out ?

Once again thanks a lot.
post #5991 of 12500
laptop -> usb cable -> fiio x3's USB port -> Fiio X3 line out port (headphone jack cable) -> Altec Lansing speakers
post #5992 of 12500
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Okay, thanks. What is the best method to contact them?

 

 

shoot email to support@fiio.net

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Thanks James. Much appreciated. 

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Like myself.... It appears there is a big need as to what cables are needed and what plugs into what.
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Great, wil look forward to it. :beerchug:

 

It is much easier to change the color after I finish every element in green. :wink_face:

Believe me, there will be a blue version!  

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Hey everyone... I've updated my X3 to the latest firmware(2.05) but I'm having problems using it as a USB Dac.

 

I have installed the usb software and have the X3 in the DAC mode. Every time I connect the X3 to the computer the DAC screen on the X3 shows for a few seconds then goes away and it doesn't work as a Dac. There is a clicking sound when I plug the usb cable into the X3, the same clicking sound can be heard when I remove the cable(This clicking sound comes from the X3 unit itself). 

 

Has anyone experienced this?

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Originally Posted by llision View Post
 

 

It is much easier to change the color after I finish every element in green. :wink_face:

Believe me, there will be a blue version!  


I just tried the initial green version, and it looks really great ! I will keept it from now.

And as some others, I also immediately thought: “Hmm, would be even better in blue...” :darthsmile:

 

May seem a small thing, but I really like the idea of the pause symbol in red and the play symbol in green. It is much more visible. So even in the future blue version, I would probably prefer if you keep this pause=red/play=green association.


Edited by galanga - 10/28/13 at 10:44am
post #5998 of 12500

Thanks for the reply!

 

I've tried using it on every usb port on my Asus G750jx. Same issue each time.

post #5999 of 12500
the fiio dac panel runs in the background. is the actual application not running anymore? or is your computer automatically switching to a different audio output device and getting conflicted or something?
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The application is not running. I uninstalled the driver and tried installing the TUSBAudio Driver again but it fails. :(

 

Btw I have windows 8.1

 

This is the error that I get from the installer:

 

------------------------------------------------------------
Preparation.
------------------------------------------------------------
Uninstalling 'TUSBAudio Driver v1.61.0'.
This may take some time to complete. Please wait ...
Preparing installation.
This may take some time to complete. Please wait ...
 
------------------------------------------------------------
Installation.
------------------------------------------------------------
Adding uninstallation support ...
Create folder: C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver
Create folder: C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver
Created uninstaller: C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver\uninstall.exe
Copy to C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver\setup.ini
Output folder: C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver
Copy to C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver\tusbaudio.inf
Copy to C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver\tusbaudioks.inf
Copy to C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver\tusbaudio_x64.sys
Copy to C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver\tusbaudioks_x64.sys
Copy to C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver\tusbaudio.cat
Copy to C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver\tusbaudioks.cat
Copy to C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver\tusbaudioasio.dll
Copy to C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver\tusbaudioasio_x64.dll
Copy to C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver\tusbaudioapi.dll
Copy to C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver\custom.ini
Copy to C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver\TUSBAudioSpy.exe
Copy to C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver\TUSBAudioCpl.exe
Execute: regsvr32 /s "C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver\tusbaudioasio.dll"
Execute: regsvr32 /s "C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver\tusbaudioasio_x64.dll"
Create shortcut: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Thesycon\TUSBAudio Driver\TUSBAudio Control Panel.lnk
Create shortcut: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\TUSBAudio Control Panel Autostart.lnk
Preinstalling drivers.
This may take some time to complete. Please wait ...
 
ERROR: Pre-installation of 'C:\Program Files\Thesycon\TUSBAudio_Driver\tusbaudioks.inf' failed.
Please run setup again!
 
==============================
Installation failed.
==============================
 

Edit: The ports are all Usb 3.0


Edited by johanchandy - 10/28/13 at 12:22pm
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