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post #8912 of 11748
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Originally Posted by Trunks159 View Post

Could you trade in your Old mint condition X3 for 75% or something like that off? That'd be cool.

Why would they do that?  Samsung wouldn't do that if you wanted an S4 instead of your S3. No one does that.

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Maybe $100 off? Apple does it (75% is a little crazy). I've done it plenty of times.
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Maybe $100 off? Apple does it (75% is a little crazy). I've done it plenty of times.
Apple does it for their iPhone? Didn't know that.
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You guys do realize that the reason why iPhone get discount on trade-in is because Apple is making big money on apps as well as getting subsidies from the cellphone carrier companies that will either lock you in on contract or have other plan to get your money on the long run? Well, who is going to subsidize FiiO?

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Really guys... You expect FiiO to give you an upgrade / trade in on product?

And then claiming that Apple does it...

Considering Apple is the most valuable company in the world with a net worth of over $600 Billion, you really need to shake your heads to clear out the confusion...
Edited by TrollDragon - 3/16/14 at 9:47am
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Usually people will opt for selling the iPhone in the second hand market rather than doing a trade-in which is usually of lower value. Agree. Don't think Apple will do trade-in for their MP3 players too. Unless purely out of goodwill.. Furthermore the profit margin for Apple procucts are humongous.
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Hi, im new here and i just bought my second pair of m50 now the m50x, because my original m50's had issue with the balance between left and right after re-cable them. Both headphones are doing a clicking sound when I plug them in my X3 and I was wondering if this can damage the headphones or meybe disbalance them idk ... Or maybe this is nothing to carry about ?  

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Nope, it does it with all headphones.
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Ok thanks.

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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post

Really guys... You expect FiiO to give you an upgrade / trade in on product?

And then claiming that Apple does it...

Considering Apple is the most valuable company in the world with a net worth of over $600 Billion, you really need to shake your heads to clear out the confusion...

Perhaps slightly illogical but I don't regret asking the question.
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Originally Posted by JamesFiiO View Post
 

Usually we will upgrade our products in 2 years. I can understand that the user will not be happy to see the new one. :L3000: because the new one always means better.  but we will close our business if we keep manufacturing the old model .

 

so the best we can do is let people know what we will do in the future . anyway, the X3K will not launch in market soon .

 

I've left the X3, it cannot be controlled blindly, and that's a basic failure. The DX50 wins. I wish the X3K hits the market sooner.

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Originally Posted by Chaz Maze View Post
 

Hi, im new here and i just bought my second pair of m50 now the m50x, because my original m50's had issue with the balance between left and right after re-cable them. Both headphones are doing a clicking sound when I plug them in my X3 and I was wondering if this can damage the headphones or meybe disbalance them idk ... Or maybe this is nothing to carry about ?  

The clicking is there to protect your headphones and hearing. It is caused by the relay disconnecting the output from the amp while the amplifier is turned on which often causes laud pop that depending on the amp power, headphone sensitivity etc can be very loud. 

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I've left the X3, it cannot be controlled blindly, and that's a basic failure. The DX50 wins. I wish the X3K hits the market sooner.

What do you mean by blind control? I have no problems skipping tracks, regulating volume or stopping/starting playback blindly with the X3 and I can't imagine selecting specific tracks/playlists blindly on a device without voice control (for ex. iPhone) or text to speech technology (like iPods) and I don't think DX50 has any of those technologies.

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I guess the dx50 would be easier as it has 3 buttons only.
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Originally Posted by rawrster View Post

I guess the dx50 would be easier as it has 3 buttons only.
I generally have my DX50 in my pocket and forward through songs pause and adjust the volume with ease and not looking. I'm also able to easily navigate the X5 with its bigger buttons.
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