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The best available is the picture iBasso released on their web site.
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the DX50 can be heard at the portable audio festival (potafes) in Japan! They have a great line up too. Wish I was there..

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Will they hurry up and give a price! 

 

Doesn't look as nice as I first thought! But thanks for sharing! 

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First impressions, SQ wise?

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First impressions, SQ wise?

 

Read his post before the post with the picture. 

 

He hasn't heard it yet biggrin.gif (unless I've interpreted his post wrongly) 

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Read his post before the post with the picture. 

 

He hasn't heard it yet biggrin.gif (unless I've interpreted his post wrongly) 

 

 

 

Yeah, I havent heard it. e-earphone should provide an impression soon (though it will be in japanese). Im sure there will be other first impressions by then. If not, I will happily translate it :D

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Yeah, I havent heard it. e-earphone should provide an impression soon (though it will be in japanese). Im sure there will be other first impressions by then. If not, I will happily translate it :D

 

If you do get a chance, please translate it when it comes out. Much appreciated!

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Ooooh I like the size! beerchug.gif

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I think it looks great!!!!

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Originally Posted by cravenz View Post

 

Read his post before the post with the picture. 

 

He hasn't heard it yet biggrin.gif (unless I've interpreted his post wrongly) 

 

Oh yes. The clue was in the line "I wish I was there"  biggrin.gif  lol

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I think it looks really cool, not as much as the Ak100 but better than a lot of players!

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Will they hurry up and give a price! 

 

Doesn't look as nice as I first thought! But thanks for sharing! 

 

Yeah, it's not pretty (looks like it's made of Lego bricks, with those ugly buttons!), but, I still very much appreciate that iBasso have used those big ugly buttons to make the player easy to use in one's pocket. When it comes to DAPs, I prefer good function instead of pretty looks, every time. iBasso learned from the DX100 that the DX100 is an absolute pig to use, because you have to take it out of your pocket every single time you need to change a track.

 

        ....speaking of which, I am quietly optimistic that there may be a refesh of the DX100 some time in 2014, which provides much better hardware control of music playback. I don't know this to be true, it is purely speculation on my part. But I see that the DX50 clearly shows iBasso have learned from their ergonomic mistakes on the DX100. And when (if) they do refresh the DX100, I think there will be an absolute stampede to buy it, because the sound quality of the DX100 is simply stunning!

 

If I can find the money, I will be buying both a DX50 and a DX110/DX200 L3000.gif

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Methinks those thinking the price of this will be ~$250USD are delusional.  Totally speculative on my part, of course.

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Yes, the large buttons will make it easy to use if you are not looking directly at the player and there is a lock out switch so you won't change anything if you don't want to. 

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