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Originally Posted by snapple10 View Post

no, how do I do that ?
I should get the manual but I figure I got headfi smily_headphones1.gif

Crying.
post #10337 of 19528
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Originally Posted by x RELIC x View Post

Sometimes it's more like this.....




I promise it's the last one. In a good mood today. biggrin.gif

 

That's what happens when someone says something about cables, burn-in or hi-res vs red book audio :tongue_smile:

post #10338 of 19528
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Originally Posted by CH23 View Post


Crying.

??

why are you crying . lol ?

post #10339 of 19528
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Originally Posted by snapple10 View Post

??
why are you crying . lol ?

Because instead of using the manual which was made for you to read through so that you don'5 have as many questions, you choose to clutter a thread with questions most likely already answered, wasting our time and your intelligence.

But it's not just you. It has become the standard to let other people read for you. Almost everybody's doing it. And that saddens me.

RTFM -My and every ITers advice to every single human on this planet.

/rant
post #10340 of 19528
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Originally Posted by uzi2 View Post


It was one of the first made for CD releases and I guess it had to showcase the medium's capabilities. I think it was the first CD I bought that I didn't previously have on vinyl. Oh, and I think it was released on CD a few days before vinyl, just to make the point.

Swyped from my Gpad

Yeah, love this album. Was the 1st fully digital (DDD) recording.

 

  • AAA – A fully analogue recording, from the original session to mastering. Since at least the mastering recorder must be digital to make a compact disc, this code is not applicable to CDs.[3]
  • AAD – Analog tape recorder used during initial recording, analog tape recorder used during mixing, digital mastering.
  • ADD – Analog tape recorder used during initial recording, digital tape recorder used during mixing, digital mastering.
  • DDD – A fully digital recording, from the original session to mastering.
  • DAD – Digital tape recorder used during initial recording, analog tape recorder used during mixing, digital mastering.

 

I use it to test my audio gear.

post #10341 of 19528

Been using my new X5 for a few days and been enjoying the clear sound thereof but... I can't seem to lock the device so that when it's in my pocket (don't like to put in pocket b/c of fear of breaking usb connection) or holder and I accidentally nudge it in a certain spot ( I know not which) the music is interrupted and it automatically goes back to the beginning. It happens very often too.

The way I understand the lock mechanism is from reading the quick start guide which shows that the lock button is the same as the power one. That's as far as the description goes, however, so I have assumed that when the unit is on, you simply press it once quickly and it should be locked. Am I right?

Also, you get a choice between two settings for the lock mechanism, one which works just the volume buttons and the other adds some of the buttons in the middle. I used the second choice but still can't get the lock to work. Is there something else I need to know or do I just have a defective X5?

post #10342 of 19528

This thing is ridiculously detailed and clear.  I think X5 -> NT-6 is my most optimal portable setup.  Sound is so crystal clear, it's bliss... :o  Ahhhhhh....  DX100 has realistic stage and sound with it extra warmth, but nothing so far can beat the X5's precision or clarity.  

post #10343 of 19528
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Originally Posted by CH23 View Post


The tab is attached to a thin plastic film, which protects the protective layer.

So you have 2 layers on top of eachother on the screen.

You need to pull off the tab and the top protective layer. Not just the paper tab...

I think if you use a piece of tape and pull from a corner it'll still let go.


Well, I finally got that problem straightened out. The protector for the screen protector just started to peel off by itself so now I have just the screen protector on, yay!

post #10344 of 19528

If you're using the second choice for the lock screen and you lock the screen with the power button (just tap it), the bottom two buttons on the front of the Fiio X5 work. These buttons are used for next song/previous song. So if it's in your pocket and screen is locked and you push one of those buttons, the song will start over or skip to next one

 

I had that problem, so I switched to the first choice for lock screen (which only shows volume buttons). If you use this choice and you want to go to next song, you have to hold the bottom volume button. To start the song over, hold the top volume button.

post #10345 of 19528
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Originally Posted by hyper8 View Post
 

If you're using the second choice for the lock screen and you lock the screen with the power button (just tap it), the bottom two buttons on the front of the Fiio X5 work. These buttons are used for next song/previous song. So if it's in your pocket and screen is locked and you push one of those buttons, the song will start over or skip to next one

 

I had that problem, so I switched to the first choice for lock screen (which only shows volume buttons). If you use this choice and you want to go to next song, you have to hold the bottom volume button. To start the song over, hold the top volume button.


Oh, I see, thanks for that. I thought that the second choice would include more buttons, that was my logic anyway, lol. Btw, is there a more full manual available or is there just the quick start guide that came with the X5?

post #10346 of 19528
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Originally Posted by Ripvanlink View Post


Oh, I see, thanks for that. I thought that the second choice would include more buttons, that was my logic anyway, lol. Btw, is there a more full manual available or is there just the quick start guide that came with the X5?

The full manual is on the web site.

http://fiio.com.cn/support/download.aspx

Be aware also that the volume buttons on the side also will skip to the next/previous song when held down and not quickly pressed.
post #10347 of 19528
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Originally Posted by Ripvanlink View Post
 


Oh, I see, thanks for that. I thought that the second choice would include more buttons, that was my logic anyway, lol. Btw, is there a more full manual available or is there just the quick start guide that came with the X5?


I would like to apologize to those who read this thread b/c I asked a question about whether there are manuals or not. After thinking about this for a while, I realized I could do my own search and go to the Fiio website.... which I did and... downloaded my own user manual. Sorry guys and gals.

post #10348 of 19528
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Originally Posted by hyper8 View Post

Yes, the battery is replaceable by user and is not soldered in. I had emailed Fiio Service and they sent me a video on how to open up the Fiio X5. However, if you open up the Fiio X5, warranty is voided. If you ask Fiio, they will mail you a battery for a fee. I had the same concerns as you.
Any chance of a link for this video, you can also PM
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^ Yes, please!  

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Hello, here is someone with an interest in this video link.

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