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Thanks. I'll give it a try, although this is the exact same card I have. Hope it will work the same as for you.:)

post #4682 of 14187
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Originally Posted by pOOB73 View Post
 

I'm also experiencing massive problems with my Micro SD card, same model as yours. Yesterday I had to reformat it, because it was detected as write protected in my computer. Scanning of the card never works, with scanning of folders I mostly have to hard switch off the device, cause the scanning stalls, then restart, re-enter the folder and hopefully I can play some music. So the procedure for me is mostly:

Take card out of DX50, put in PC card reader, copy music over, put in DX50, start, hard switch off because scanning stalls, restart, enter a folder, hard switch off again, cause scanning fails, turn on again, re-enter folder, play music (hopefully). So very painful at the moment.

 

Could you post a link to the exact model of card that you bought and I'll try my luck.:)

Did you by any chance, use copyinorder to put all the folder on the sd-card? I did that, and the DX50 would only scan ~3 folders per time, which means 3 artists in my case. 

post #4683 of 14187
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Originally Posted by pOOB73 View Post
 

I'm also experiencing massive problems with my Micro SD card, same model as yours. Yesterday I had to reformat it, because it was detected as write protected in my computer. Scanning of the card never works, with scanning of folders I mostly have to hard switch off the device, cause the scanning stalls, then restart, re-enter the folder and hopefully I can play some music. So the procedure for me is mostly:

Take card out of DX50, put in PC card reader, copy music over, put in DX50, start, hard switch off because scanning stalls, restart, enter a folder, hard switch off again, cause scanning fails, turn on again, re-enter folder, play music (hopefully). So very painful at the moment.

 

Could you post a link to the exact model of card that you bought and I'll try my luck.:)

 

 

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Originally Posted by Foolwolf View Post
 

I have this card: SanDisk microSDHC Mobile Ultra 64GB (Class 10) (SDXC) .

But I had the same problems as you refer to above with the same model of card - but I RMA:ed the card and received a new one that worked. The card was bought at on online Swedish computer online retailer. But here is an Amazon link:

http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-microSDXC-Memory-Adapter-SDSDQUA-064G-U46A/dp/B007WTAJTO/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1382529078&sr=8-2&keywords=SanDisk+microSDHC+Mobile+Ultra+64GB+%28Class+10%29+%28SDXC%29+.

 

Good luck! I was so frustrated I was about to kick the thing through the wall - or more carefully make it into some sort of OTG Flash player...

 

 

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Originally Posted by pOOB73 View Post
 

Thanks. I'll give it a try, although this is the exact same card I have. Hope it will work the same as for you.:)

 

 

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Originally Posted by Marleybob217 View Post
 

Did you by any chance, use copyinorder to put all the folder on the sd-card? I did that, and the DX50 would only scan ~3 folders per time, which means 3 artists in my case. 

 

If it's SanDisk, just send it back:

http://www.phonearena.com/news/SanDisk-says-it-produced-some-bad-32GB-and-64GB-microSD-cards_id40986

post #4684 of 14187
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Originally Posted by JiPod View Post



Has anyone else noticed what appears to be a toggle switch beneath the rear cover?

i believe that's just a grounding pin for the rear battery cover. notice how there is a bit of exposed metal on the cover for the pin.

post #4685 of 14187
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If it's SanDisk, just send it back:

http://www.phonearena.com/news/SanDisk-says-it-produced-some-bad-32GB-and-64GB-microSD-cards_id40986

THIS!

Great article, and explains a lot.

post #4686 of 14187
Oh geez all of my cards r sandisk
post #4687 of 14187
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Originally Posted by reginalb View Post

 

If it's SanDisk, just send it back:

http://www.phonearena.com/news/SanDisk-says-it-produced-some-bad-32GB-and-64GB-microSD-cards_id40986

Thanks a lot! I'll try that. It's exactly the issues I was experiencing.. Card unexpectedly removed from the phone ( Both SGS3 and Motorola RAZR HD ), Card can't be accessed from PC etc.

post #4688 of 14187

I was dead set on getting the Intruder, now I've "discovered" the Alo International. $100 cheaper, aparrently good with IEMs as well and some report it to be more neutral than the RSA. But the size doesn't line up nearly as well as the Intruder when stacking with the DX50: http://socialcompare.com/en/tools/compare-sizes/dx50-vs-alo-international-vs-rsa-intruder-1zl0th82

 

Argh! Too many choices!

post #4689 of 14187
Depends on what you like - tubey mids, mellow, dynamic etc.

Portaphile 627x, Apex Glacier etc..

For the ALO Continental, make sure its v2 or higher. The V1 didn't have the gain control wink.gif
post #4690 of 14187
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Originally Posted by Sorensiim View Post

I was dead set on getting the Intruder, now I've "discovered" the Alo International. $100 cheaper, aparrently good with IEMs as well and some report it to be more neutral than the RSA. But the size doesn't line up nearly as well as the Intruder when stacking with the DX50: http://socialcompare.com/en/tools/compare-sizes/dx50-vs-alo-international-vs-rsa-intruder-1zl0th82

Argh! Too many choices!

I think you mentioned wanting to use your setup at work I believe, how about the iBasso D12? It's cheaper and it works marvel with the coax in, you can also use it as a dac. Just another suggestion. wink.gif
post #4691 of 14187
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Originally Posted by xnuthecaveman View Post

Depends on what you like - tubey mids, mellow, dynamic etc.

Portaphile 627x, Apex Glacier etc..

For the ALO Continental, make sure its v2 or higher. The V1 didn't have the gain control wink.gif

I was looking at the Intruder and the International - to try going balanced ;)

post #4692 of 14187
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Originally Posted by geagle View Post

Recently bought a genuine Samsung Galaxy SIII battery, it is "made in Japan, assembled in China" (like the left one in the previous post) and the part number on the box is "Model: EB-L1G6". The SQ does seem to be a bit better, can't comment yet on battery life (put it in yesterday, but haven't had much time to listen to music, unfortunately - so it's still on the first charge).
You mean this?
post #4693 of 14187
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Originally Posted by doki81 View Post

this is not a switch....it's just a pin.

see picture where someone open up their dx50 and the red rectangle is the 'switch' that you see smily_headphones1.gif hopefully you didnt go twist it yet...



Thanks for your feedback. I didn't dare touch it for fear that doing so would convert its HO to DX100 or AK120 quality. ;-p
post #4694 of 14187
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Originally Posted by Sorensiim View Post

I was looking at the Intruder and the International - to try going balanced wink.gif

oops misread lol
those alo naming is abit confusing haha

I suggest going for the international. intruder might be too powerful for iems wink.gif

but the problem with the international is you need a balanced input to get a true balanced output (please correct me if i'm wrong). The intruder on the other hand, converts single ended to balanced internally (phase splitter) so you always have balanced out.

EDIT: I stand corrected the international also splits the SE signal. My vote goes to the International smily_headphones1.gif
Edited by xnuthecaveman - 10/23/13 at 7:59am
post #4695 of 14187
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by JiPod View Post

Thanks for your feedback. I didn't dare touch it for fear that doing so would convert its HO to DX100 or AK120 quality. ;-p

Actually this reminded me of a tape recorder transport without the rubber roller installed. biggrin.gif

Maybe they wanted to bring some old technology back wink.gif
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