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^^ That will get you started. ;)

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I just bought the HD 650 which will arrive soon, anyone here have any ideas if this will sound good with DX50 and PB2? is the power from PB2 enough?

More than enough power.
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Is this button issue isolated? I haven't had a single issue. 

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More than enough power.

Honestly though the Dx50 has enough power to drive the HD650 as I have tried it before but it definitely sounds a little bit distortet, however I just wan a clearer picture of the sound and if it drives the HD650 well

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I just bought the HD 650 which will arrive soon, anyone here have any ideas if this will sound good with DX50 and PB2? is the power from PB2 enough?


Hi there!  I don't know about your combination but mine (DX50 + PB2 + DT880) sounds heavenly.

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Honestly though the Dx50 has enough power to drive the HD650 as I have tried it before but it definitely sounds a little bit distortet, however I just wan a clearer picture of the sound and if it drives the HD650 well

Well distortion is an indication that it can't supply enough power to the headphone and make the transducer vibrate correctly. PB2 can put out around 2W of maximum power which is more than most desktop amps is capable. HD650 is not that difficult to drive. Even with the stock opamps without the buffers, PB2 has enough power to drive HD650 properly.
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Hi there!  I don't know about your combination but mine (DX50 + PB2 + DT880) sounds heavenly.

Haha nice I have tried the 880 before which I really like, I alos compraed it to 770 and 990 but I am still attracted to the HD650 even though I am not really use with the dark signature. 

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Just out of curiosity, I hooked my E11 to the line out of the DX50 and was pleasantly surprised with the sparkle it gave my DT 770/80.
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Just got my DX 50 in the mail. Everything works great except for one major flaw, Scrolling. :mad:

 

Is scrolling a known issue or is it just me? 

Cause I can't seem to scroll through a list without hitting a track/folder.

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Just got my DX 50 in the mail. Everything works great except for one major flaw, Scrolling. mad.gif

Is scrolling a known issue or is it just me? 
Cause I can't seem to scroll through a list without hitting a track/folder.
The screen is sensitive, try using a bit more pressure.
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Originally Posted by anzo View Post
 

Just got my DX 50 in the mail. Everything works great except for one major flaw, Scrolling. :mad:

 

Is scrolling a known issue or is it just me? 

Cause I can't seem to scroll through a list without hitting a track/folder.

I know wat you're saying, the trick here is to not let go when you're scrolling

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Originally Posted by anzo View Post
 

Just got my DX 50 in the mail. Everything works great except for one major flaw, Scrolling. :mad:

 

Is scrolling a known issue or is it just me? 

Cause I can't seem to scroll through a list without hitting a track/folder.

Install ROCKbox and you will forget the scrolling problems.

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Install ROCKbox and you will forget the scrolling problems.
Do you scroll with the buttons? Or is it touch?
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Do you scroll with the buttons? Or is it touch?

You can do both. For the touch screen, you can adjust the scroll speed in RB which affects sensitivity. Combine this with line padding to increase or decrease the distance between lines. You have a very customizable UI you can adjust to your liking.
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You can do both. For the touch screen, you can adjust the scroll speed in RB which affects sensitivity. Combine this with line padding to increase or decrease the distance between lines. You have a very customizable UI you can adjust to your liking.
Oh cool! Is this all within the new update?
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