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Originally Posted by greenwoodwoo View Post
 


Yup.

look like there is a screen protector applied...have you try peal it?

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Originally Posted by doki81 View Post
 

look like there is a screen protector applied...have you try peal it?


yup.

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Is it possible to get a screen protector for, say, an iphone and then cut it to fit the DX50's screen? Will it fit?
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hi all....just to gather some survey on the custom made leather pouch...do you guy wish to have a top sliding case or a side sliding case?...do you want something look like the AK120 pouch..?

 

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Is it possible to get a screen protector for, say, an iphone and then cut it to fit the DX50's screen? Will it fit?

Yes, it does. 

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Hi,

 

Few days ago I contacted ido.com.vn to find out more about Leather Case designed for iBasso DX50, originally posted by vincent215.

 

This is the leather case they got.

 

Here is the link where you can buy it: http://ido.com.vn/goods-777-ibasso-dx50-leather-case.html

 

Price is $30 + $10 - $15 shipping.

 

They accept payment via PayPal.

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Originally Posted by doki81 View Post
 

hi all....just to gather some survey on the custom made leather pouch...do you guy wish to have a top sliding case or a side sliding case?...do you want something look like the AK120 pouch..?

 

I would definitely be interested in a top-sliding leather case, like the one shown above, for the DX50 and I'm pretty sure that it will garner substantial interest from other members as well.

Do you happen to know where to get one?

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Edited by Langenfelds - 11/22/13 at 12:01am
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Originally Posted by BadBoySimran View Post
 

I would definitely be interested in a top-sliding leather case, like the one shown above, for the DX50 and I'm pretty sure that it will garner substantial interest from other members as well.

Do you happen to know where to get one?

 

+1

 

by the way, i could not access iBasso site today, wanted to order silicon case for DX50 :(

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http://d.pr/i/f4n3


30,9gb available.

http://d.pr/i/GaQP


Thats how it shows up... :/

Try this tool to test the card's true capacity and verify all data can be written and read without errors.

http://www.heise.de/download/h2testw.html

Delete everything on the card before running the test.
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Originally Posted by JosephKim View Post
 

Yes yes yes! Would love a working EQ :)

 

It is working. But the implementation is confusing.

The details are here.

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I've just received an email from iBasso confirming my silicon case is on its way to me....standard air mail...so it's gonna take 2-3 weeks to arrive :-(
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Originally Posted by kskwerl View Post

just wanted to let you guys know I asked iBasso for some extra screen protectors and they only charged me 5 bucks and shipping to US was only a week or less. just in case you botched your screen protector putting it on like I did.
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Originally Posted by hikari50 View Post

Is it possible to get a screen protector for, say, an iphone and then cut it to fit the DX50's screen? Will it fit?

I am a big fan of Zagg Invisible shield.  I messed up my install of the DX50 screen protector.  (I tried to use the invisible shield installation solvent.  Don't do that.  Just a tip.)

So I bought an invisible shield tablet screen protector that I found on sale at Best Buy for like 11 bucks.  I cut one out of there and can cut about 10 more if I want.

I like my DIY invisible shield much better than the provided screen protector.

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Hi all,

 

Just a naive question (am am bit lost with the thousands of posts on this thread):

 

Could it be possible to have some specific/dedicated thread on headfi with some kind of table where people could share opinions/votes on different pairings/synergies of the DX50 with difft IEMs and over-the-ear headphones? Something more easy to synthesize that individual posts scattered over hundreds of pages...? Maybe as an appendix to the FAQ? (I am new here so I wouldn't know how to set up sthing of that kind...)

 

I mean just the DX50 + headphones (without external amps, which would make the table more complicated, too many variables)...

 

I am asking because, even though I am happy with how my RE-400s sound on the DX50, given all the negative feedback I read about that pairing, I'll want to test other pairings...

 

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Originally Posted by JosephKim View Post
 

Well I have a pair of vsonic vsd1s incoming. Hopefully I'll be able experience some of those life like vocals I did not get with the re400's :)

 

 

I'd be really curious to read your feedback (JosephKim) on the difference... Given the low price of the vsd1s, I might just get these if some people compared and got significantly better experience than with the RE-400s...

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Originally Posted by Howlin Fester View Post

I am a big fan of Zagg Invisible shield.  I messed up my install of the DX50 screen protector.  (I tried to use the invisible shield installation solvent.  Don't do that.  Just a tip.)
So I bought an invisible shield tablet screen protector that I found on sale at Best Buy for like 11 bucks.  I cut one out of there and can cut about 10 more if I want.
I like my DIY invisible shield much better than the provided screen protector.

That's exactly what I thought of doing. A good large enough piece and exacto knife that's two good friends. wink.gif
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