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post #8401 of 17399
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Originally Posted by Peter_S View Post

Do you think this would work to add another 256 GB via OTG USD:



http://m.tigerdirect.com/products/8967119?cm_mmc=EML-_-Main-_-MBWBBP1899-_-tigeremail1899&SRCCODE=MBWBBP1899&utm_source=EML&utm_medium=main&utm_campaign=MBWBBP1899



It is very reasonably priced for the amount of storage it offers.

 



Looks like a great price, I think someone posted a few pages back which OTG drives should work with the X5 and I believe PNY may have been once of the, though you may want to double check that.
post #8402 of 17399
Is it micro USB though, looks like regular USB to me.
post #8403 of 17399

I think the problem people are describing on power up is this: After using the folder browser to select a song and then powering the X5 off and then turning it back on the last played song starts just fine, but when you hit the back (top left) button it goes to the All Songs category of the library browser, instead of the previous location in the folder viewer. Correct me if I'm wrong, but this is the behavior I've experienced.

post #8404 of 17399
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Originally Posted by goldendarko View Post

Is it micro USB though, looks like regular USB to me.

That doesn't matter. Look at the accessory cables that come with the X5. The on the go adapter uses normal USB. Doesn't it?
post #8405 of 17399
Just had my first X5 lock up. I was playing music while plugged into a wall charger. Left for awhile. X5 turned itself off. When I turned it back on, it hung at the boot sequence. I tried the reset button and 10-second power button tricks without luck. Removing my mSD card and powering on did the trick. Happened to anyone else? Might check the bugzilla and file a bug if nobody has reported this yet.
post #8406 of 17399
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Originally Posted by Peter_S View Post







That doesn't matter. Look at the accessory cables that come with the X5. The on the go adapter uses normal USB. Doesn't it?

 



I hadn't realy followed the OTG feature so I'm not certain, but I don't think I got any USB cables with my X5
post #8407 of 17399
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Originally Posted by Flomet View Post

What I would like to know, can the double case hold the X5 and E12 when the have the stacking kit attached?

Thanks in advance for any info.

 

YES

post #8408 of 17399
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Originally Posted by JamesFiiO View Post

 

YES

 



Drats, another accessory I must buy...
post #8409 of 17399
You guys can thank me later. http://www.meenova.com/st/p/m3r.html


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post #8410 of 17399
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Originally Posted by Scorpion667 View Post

You guys can thank me later. http://www.meenova.com/st/p/m3r.html





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SAY WHAT!?!? So I can add another 128 GB card w/ OTG now??? If so that is awesome!!!


& Thank You
post #8411 of 17399
It says it only supports up to 64GB, but I wonder if it would support the new 128 GB micro SD cards, don't see why not, if so I could fit all my hi-res music on one device as I have about 300 GB of hi-res music on my computer.
post #8412 of 17399

Hi Folks does X5 works as a USB DAC on Mac OSX. If it does, has anyone tried it does it support hi-res?


Edited by headwhacker - 5/2/14 at 7:37pm
post #8413 of 17399
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Originally Posted by headwhacker View Post

Hi Folks does X5 works as a USB DAC on Mac OSX. If it does, has anyone tried it does it support hi-res?

Yes to both.
post #8414 of 17399
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Originally Posted by musicheaven View Post


Yes to both.

 

 

Cool, thanks

post #8415 of 17399
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Originally Posted by Duncan View Post

Okay. so my HS6 pitched up, and - all is good...

Glad you like it and that I'm not just hearing things blink.gif
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