I wanted to know how the ak120 converts to pcm as at the end it comes down to how the DSD is converted.
Edited by audionewbi - 7/19/13 at 11:55pm
Here you go man.
Depending on if your ISO is DSD or DST you drag and drop the desired ISO into one of these folders. I use Foobar to determine file type it is by playing back the ISO files in foobar first. Then you drag and drop to the corresponding folder (which you extract from the link above). So if foobar reads the file as DSD drag and drop to the DSD folder. If its DST drag and drop to DST. Then you open up the corresponding folder and run the bat file which will execute the conversion for you and create a new folder with the DSD files all separated. once this is done you just drag and drop to your AK120 and you have quality music on the go! :).
If you want you can find the latest extractor 0.3.7 I think and just replace 0.3.6 extractors in the DSD and DST folder. Basically follow what I said above and you'll be done in minutes. Cheers :).
... only on a Windows machine. Everyone else must copy the hex file to the root of the file system.
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Wow, that's crazy. In the US it's a 15% difference. Are the IE800 less or the JH16's more?
One thing that keeps happening, and that never happened once with 1.00, is that half the time when the unit is powered up it won't see one of the two SD cards, which incidentally are exactly the same - Sandisk 64gb. Shutting it down and turning it on again seems to be a sort of fix, but it's a PITA.