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post #7336 of 12780

yes and yes. The hardware button does nowt, ffwd an rwd are fine. I've just reflashed the firmware and thats made no difference.

 

Looks like I've got a duff unit.

post #7337 of 12780

Tad off topic but there is a pretty good deal on 64gb Sandisk MicroSD card at Best Buy: SanDisk-Pixtor 64gb microSDHC, Class 10 card, $34.99. Getting one for my DX50!

 

EDIT: Sorry, worked for me but that's the card! Link fixed.


Edited by AladdinSane - 11/22/13 at 1:13pm
post #7338 of 12780
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Originally Posted by sparklyflea View Post
 

Tad off topic but there is a pretty good deal on 64gb Sandisk MicroSD card at Best Buy: SanDisk-Pixtor 64gb microSDHC, Class 10 card, $34.99,. Getting one for my DX50!

 

Page not found....got a better link:

 

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/pixtor-64gb-microsdhc-class-10-memory-card/1299201.p?id=1219047587494&skuId=1299201&st=64gb%20sd%20card&cp=1&lp=3


Edited by burtomr - 11/22/13 at 1:07pm
post #7339 of 12780

Right the hw play button doesn't work at all now, you would think qc would check that the bloody thing works before giving it the ok. Now to see what ibasso suggest, has anyone experienced ibasso's returns procedure? Do they refund shipping costs?

 

Shame really, The player sounds quite nice.

post #7340 of 12780

Maybe the moving component under the actual button is seized down. Have you tried pressing / tapping on it?

 

It really sucks, but once in a while these things happen. 

post #7341 of 12780

It would seen that it must have a dead spot right in the center of the switch, the switch is mechanically fine ( I can feel and hear it operating) but electrically its shagged.

 

I wouldn't mind so much but its the hassle of posting it back to Hong Kong and waiting for a replacement when this problem would have been noticed if the unit had been tested mechanically before it left the factory.

 

But such is life. Wont stop me playing with the rest of it over the weekend mind...

post #7342 of 12780

Ask them to send you a new one with a box and shipping slip (and/or funds for shipping) and you'll return the old one once you have a new functional one in hand :)

post #7343 of 12780

Well it can't hurt to ask. 

post #7344 of 12780

My screen turned blue after doing nothing. Also, after I started playing a song and hit volume up, the dx50 shuts down. I already updated to 1.2.5 and performed a factory reset, so about this issue I'll wait and see what happens.

post #7345 of 12780
Well my machine arrived today in the UK 2 days after shipment and no extra customs duties added on -smily_headphones1.gif .

Loaded music onto both internal and external card. Had a slight panic when my micro card wouldn't fit in after several attempts and it wouldn't go in straight and it was sticking out until I realised I had it the wrong way round.

The player scanned the card no problems but it's only got about 10g out of 64g filled.

Very quick review - sound is wonderful, so very happy and Definitely has more separation etc. than the Ipod and the graham Slee voyager.

But at the moment, I cannot tell much difference if any between the DX50 amp out and DX50 line out through the Graham Slee Voyager, which is actually kind of disappointing and not what I expected. The GSV made an amazing amount of difference when paired up with the ipod classic 5.5.

Playing it through sennheiser HD600 and also my UE Fi/Pros

My take is the amp on the DX 50 is that on that basis it must be pretty good.

But logically the thing now to do is to sell the GSV and ..... Get something better, the question is what ........
post #7346 of 12780

What is the battery we can buy to replace it or switch when it runs out? The s2 or s3 battery? What's the maximum charge it can take?

 

Thanks!

post #7347 of 12780
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Originally Posted by highfell View Post

Well my machine arrived today in the UK 2 days after shipment and no extra customs duties added on -smily_headphones1.gif .

Loaded music onto both internal and external card. Had a slight panic when my micro card wouldn't fit in after several attempts and it wouldn't go in straight and it was sticking out until I realised I had it the wrong way round.

The player scanned the card no problems but it's only got about 10g out of 64g filled.

Very quick review - sound is wonderful, so very happy and Definitely has more separation etc. than the Ipod and the graham Slee voyager.

But at the moment, I cannot tell much difference if any between the DX50 amp out and DX50 line out through the Graham Slee Voyager, which is actually kind of disappointing and not what I expected. The GSV made an amazing amount of difference when paired up with the ipod classic 5.5.

Playing it through sennheiser HD600 and also my UE Fi/Pros

My take is the amp on the DX 50 is that on that basis it must be pretty good.

But logically the thing now to do is to sell the GSV and ..... Get something better, the question is what ........

Have a look at that thread, it might give you an idea. wink.gif

http://www.head-fi.org/t/687288/so-im-looking-for-that-perfect-amp/0_20
post #7348 of 12780
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Originally Posted by Mcberto View Post

What is the battery we can buy to replace it or switch when it runs out? The s2 or s3 battery? What's the maximum charge it can take?

Thanks!

Samsung galaxy 3 (s3) battery
post #7349 of 12780

Sweet jebus this sounds nice.

 

Even though people said it doesn't quite have enough juice to drive the HD600s, on high gain and high enough volume it sounds beautiful. 

 

I haven't had any bugs or issues with this yet either. 

 

I'd love them to add a 'rate music' feature, but more importantly allow me to access the 'delete song' option directly from now playing without having to browse for it.

post #7350 of 12780
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Originally Posted by disgruntleddave View Post

Sweet jebus this sounds nice.

Even though people said it doesn't quite have enough juice to drive the HD600s, on high gain and high enough volume it sounds beautiful. 

I haven't had any bugs or issues with this yet either. 

I'd love them to add a 'rate music' feature, but more importantly allow me to access the 'delete song' option directly from now playing without having to browse for it.

All things considered, the DX50 drives the HD600s quite well on its own
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