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Originally Posted by Howlin Fester View Post

Ordered 4th batch DX50. 

Looking forward to my 4th batch dx50!  Be part of the club soon.

You won't regret it and welcome to the club! wink.gif
post #2522 of 14463
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Originally Posted by Sorensiim View Post

I know I have spammed the DX100 and Heir threads with this album, so please bear with me if you've seen me recommend it before:

I would especially recommend the tracks "Yesterday was hard on all of us" and "Trouble's what you're in". Oh and the drum on this recording of "Sort of Revolution" will hit you hard and deep wink.gif  

Edit: If you don't know Fink - This is what they do:


Thanks for the music tip, will look them up.
post #2523 of 14463

woo hoo! i just ordered the dx50 too. can't wait to give this DAP a try. 

post #2524 of 14463
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Originally Posted by madmax2011 View Post

Hello


Just had trouble with DX50. When I was skipping tracks it kept on freezing. Rebooted

several times. It would then play but with no volume. I took the battery out a couple

of times and finally it is working again. I also got some warning regarding the volume and

a re-booting. That is the joy of this player I am suppose. Has anybody else had this trouble.
Did you upgrade your firmware to Version 1.16? A lot of bugs was resolved in this update. Mine was more stable now. Listening to Patricia Barber's Modern Cool. smily_headphones1.gif
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Anyone have any idea what aftermarket battery charger would work well with the dx50? I need one for my trip to RMAF in Denver.

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Originally Posted by Frank I View Post

 
Anyone have any idea what aftermarket battery charger would work well with the dx50? I need one for my trip to RMAF in Denver.

Any Samsung Galaxy S2/S3 battery charger.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 9/23/13 at 7:04am
post #2527 of 14463
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If your are talking about charging a lone battery, the following will work great

http://www.amazon.com/Anker-Battery-Charger-USB-charging-Samsung/dp/B00DGPHB6M/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1379944881&sr=8-6&keywords=Anker+samsung+galaxy+s3+battery+charger

Note that you can also connect the DX50 to the USB charging port on the side.

If you are looking for just plugging the dx50 to the wall, any USB charger will work but I would use one with enough amperage.
post #2528 of 14463

Thanks for the battery charger replies. I just plugged it in to my phone charger without removing the battery and its charging let me see how that works out. Makes life easier a sI do not have to take the battery out. 

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Originally Posted by Frank I View Post

Anyone have any idea what aftermarket battery charger would work well with the dx50? I need one for my trip to RMAF in Denver.
you can also use a blackberry charger its the same as the Samsung S2 and S3. You can buy Samsung packages with a spare battery and desktop charger as a back up battery. I have four batteries in total to share with my S3 and DX50 and I just rotate the two spares!
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Which power bank has the best sound quality? lol

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Originally Posted by daseinpdx View Post
 

 

I think the pattern be that it remembers the last track that you played before you shutdown the device manually.  If it shut down automatically, it does not remember the last track before it shutdown.  It goes back to the track that you last played when you deliberately turned off the device.  Maybe someone else can test this out on their device to make sure.

 

I think you have it.  Started playing a track, manually turned off the device, restarted, played another album to the end, allowed it to shut down automatically.  Upon restart the track that I was playing at the time of the manual shutdown was remembered.  They're apparently not saving the current information during automatic shutdown.

post #2532 of 14463
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Originally Posted by madmax2011 View Post

Hello

Up I do a factory reset I know I will loose the music in the player but I will still have the latest softwarupdate. It wont revert to 1.1?

Thanks

For what I gather it's the last step in the upgrade so whatever firmware you installed last is what you'll end up at the end. If you want an earlier version, you'll need to go through the whole process as explained in the readme file that comes with the firmware version you are interested in.

What I am saying is it is impossible to go back to a prior version unless you download that firmware version from somewhere and go through the installation process, the factory reset is just the last strep of the process, it's not a version reset like some other software.
Edited by musicheaven - 9/23/13 at 9:28am
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Originally Posted by musicheaven View Post

IBasso replied about my battery indicator request and said they will make it more reliable (no clear answer as to how) on the next firmware.

 

Just add a stopwatch and forget about the battery indicator. :wink_face:

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Originally Posted by Sorensiim View Post
 

I know I have spammed the DX100 and Heir threads with this album, so please bear with me if you've seen me recommend it before:

 

I don't usually like live recordings, but this is just too damn good. An absolutely masterful recording, because it isn't flawless. I saw the band perform on this tour and the recordings from the different venues let you hear the music as it sounded live that night. Not only can you sense the different sizes of the venues, but the little flaws as well. That, to me at least, makes it feel a lot more real than the over-engieneered perfect studio recordings we audiophiles usually crave.Want to enjoy the music while listening for the width and depth of the soundstage and all those little details? Buy this album. It's even available as a lossless download here: http://www.finkworld.co.uk/store/music-store/fink-wav-store/

 

I would especially recommend the tracks "Yesterday was hard on all of us" and "Trouble's what you're in". Oh and the drum on this recording of "Sort of Revolution" will hit you hard and deep ;) 

 

Edit: If you don't know Fink - This is what they do:

 

This performance speaks to me and I enjoy it. But, I don't find that the recording itself is special. 

post #2535 of 14463
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Originally Posted by DMinor View Post

Just add a stopwatch and forget about the battery indicator. wink_face.gif

Yeah I wish it'd be that simple smily_headphones1.gif
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