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Awesome! Thanks heaps for showing that here. The DX50 sounds pretty promising by the looks of things. smily_headphones1.gif
Yeah I think so too . Have been thinking on whether should I get one of these , but after reading this review , I think I know what to do now smily_headphones1.gif
post #32 of 14822
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Yeah I think so too . Have been thinking on whether should I get one of these , but after reading this review , I think I know what to do now smily_headphones1.gif

DX100? 

post #33 of 14822

Here is my dumb question about the removable battery:

 

It takes basically a Samsung i9300 battery 2300 mAh.

 

However, there are upgrades on ebay up to 3250.

 

Is it possible to use these upgrades?  My concern would be with any potential overheating.

post #34 of 14822
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Originally Posted by Weaves View Post
 

Here is my dumb question about the removable battery:

 

It takes basically a Samsung i9300 battery 2300 mAh.

 

However, there are upgrades on ebay up to 3250.

 

Is it possible to use these upgrades?  My concern would be with any potential overheating.


Being familiar with smartphone battery I really don't see why you can't use a 3250 mAh battery, it shouldn't cause more heat but really only increase run times. The only concern would be running the unit for hours and hours without a break which could cause heating problems. 

I would say it's safe to go ahead and try.
 

post #35 of 14822
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Originally Posted by Weaves View Post
 

Here is my dumb question about the removable battery:

 

It takes basically a Samsung i9300 battery 2300 mAh.

 

However, there are upgrades on ebay up to 3250.

 

Is it possible to use these upgrades?  My concern would be with any potential overheating.

 

but u need to check the 3250mah battery size...normally it's thicker....dont think it can fit into dx50 without changing case...

post #36 of 14822
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Originally Posted by hilosxdd View Post

NOTE: This is not my review, credits below.[/

Software:
Some of my .m4a tracks cannot be played.
The track is running, but there's no sound coming out. When I skip tracks, (those that are playable) the same thing happens. Need a restart to rectify it.
Long scanning time, w/o indication of progress.





Does this mean that it can't play ALAC files reliably after all? If that is the case, I will probably be returning mine...
post #37 of 14822
Sorry, the last sentence was mine, and not part of the quote. The formatting seems to have gone awry.

Nevertheless, is there a general problem with ALACs, and if so, can this be rectified with a firmware update?

ALAC compatibility was one of my main reasons for choosing this DAP to replace my iPod Classic!
post #38 of 14822
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Sorry, the last sentence was mine, and not part of the quote. The formatting seems to have gone awry.

Nevertheless, is there a general problem with ALACs, and if so, can this be rectified with a firmware update?

ALAC compatibility was one of my main reasons for choosing this DAP to replace my iPod Classic!

 

If there is a problem, it will be fixed by firmware. I remember the DX100 had issues with compatibility of file types but were ironed out with firmware updates.

post #39 of 14822
In that case (to iBasso, if anyone there is readIng this), could we please have a firmware update to enable AIFF compatibility....

Thanks in advance!
post #40 of 14822


Fedex FTW!
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Fedex FTW!

 

Nice looking forward to comparisons between AK100 and AK120 :).

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I like how that package says "Extremely Urgent"... Getting the DX50 very fast was a life or death situation :D

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Nice looking forward to comparisons between AK100 and AK120 smily_headphones1.gif.



Comparison biggrin.gif
post #44 of 14822

Wow I really like the build. iRiver really has their work cut out for them if this thing sounds good... :bigsmile_face:

 

Reminds me of the days when ATI came out with their 4000 series and put and end to Nvidia's price gouging. :evil:

 

How much did you pay them for shipping? (extremely urgent lol)....


Edited by lee730 - 9/5/13 at 8:37pm
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Fedex FTW!
Lol I see a stamp that says "EXTREMELY URGENT"
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