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post #76 of 14472
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Originally Posted by nakedtoes View Post

anyone experience when u listening to music for perhaps 15mins.. then u press volume keys the music stop and u need to go back to select the music again.... And also under album not all the albums are show... 

Didn't have the music stopping thing you mentioned.

Re album not showing, I had that with my ak100 and most are due to tag issues (extra non standard tags, special characters in tags, duplicated tag strings in different album, mixed character encoding in tags, etc). These had since been cleaned up and I haven't had issues using the same sd cards with the ak120 and now dx50.
post #77 of 14472

Oh Oh Oh..... You sexy thing (i mean dx50 :)

i love DX50 looks and size wise fine too.

 

 

so happy owners of this new toy, pls tell HOW is the sound from DX50 and how it compares to most popular headfier DAPs.


Edited by Gintaras - 9/6/13 at 12:04am
post #78 of 14472
I hope theres some great performance and price ratio
post #79 of 14472

encounter a few times the dx50 freezed and hanged..have to reboot it by unplug the battery...

 

even the touch screen went hay wired~....

 

UI is better a lot than x3 but not stable... :(

post #80 of 14472
Hopefully though a lot of these issues will be fixed with a firmware update?
post #81 of 14472
Some timing comparison with AK120:




DB scanning
64gb sandisk class 10 micro sd, 59.46gb of .mp3 .flac .wav files with ID3 tags

AK120 (fw 1.32): 8:09
DX50 (fw 1.00): 11:17

Boot time
AK120 (fw 1.32): 16.3s
DX50 (fw 1.00): 8.5s
post #82 of 14472
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Originally Posted by doki81 View Post

encounter a few times the dx50 freezed and hanged..have to reboot it by unplug the battery...

even the touch screen went hay wired~....

UI is better a lot than x3 but not stable... frown.gif

Try cleaning the tags and remove any unnecessary fields. Tagging gave me issues with my AKs and it was smooth as silk once they had been cleansed. Using the same sd card on dx50 for the past 4 hrs or so and never hanged.

One thing I don't like is that I need to re scan the db if I remove the sd card and re-inserting the very same card. Whilst AK you don't need to re scan and it won't delete the db entries even if you eject the card.
post #83 of 14472
Exciting! Do the buttons feel sturdy and click nice? Can you use them to navigate the menus?
post #84 of 14472
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Originally Posted by kkcc View Post

Some timing comparison with AK120:

DB scanning
64gb sandisk class 10 micro sd, 59.46gb of .mp3 .flac .wav files with ID3 tags

AK120 (fw 1.32): 8:09
DX50 (fw 1.00): 11:17

Boot time
AK120 (fw 1.32): 16.3s
DX50 (fw 1.00): 8.5s

 

This is really appreciated! 10 sec scanning is really great. Swapping Micro SD card is difficult? Is it just a slide mecanism or is there some kind of eject spring?

 

EDIT: oh my... those are minutes! not seconds..


Edited by telecaster - 9/6/13 at 1:15am
post #85 of 14472
What case do you guys use/plan on using with it? It doesnt seem to come with a silicon /leather case from what i can see on the pictures posted.
post #86 of 14472
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Originally Posted by Grimtuth View Post

What case do you guys use/plan on using with it? It doesnt seem to come with a silicon /leather case from what i can see on the pictures posted.

 

Oxygen and nitrogen, preferably. :)

post #87 of 14472
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Originally Posted by telecaster View Post

This is really appreciated! 10 sec scanning is really great. Swapping Micro SD card is difficult? Is it just a slide mecanism or is there some kind of eject spring?

I think the scanning times are in minutes, not seconds. Unless the ak120 is WAY faster than the ak100
post #88 of 14472
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Originally Posted by DeepGroove View Post

Exciting! Do the buttons feel sturdy and click nice? Can you use them to navigate the menus?

 

yes, the buttons are goood! feel sturdy :)

post #89 of 14472

The case is just a felt kind of pouch.. quite small for DX50... i doubt able to squeeze in

post #90 of 14472
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Originally Posted by nakedtoes View Post

The case is just a felt kind of pouch.. quite small for DX50... i doubt able to squeeze in



Don't like the faux velvet pouch.... the only part of the whole package that doesn't scream class and quality.
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