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did anyone order this sd card from ebay?

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/128GB-Micro-SD-Card-Micro-128g-Fast-TF-Flash-Memory-Memory-Card-/261575756424?pt=Digital_Camera_Memory_Cards&hash=item3ce7214a88

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I wouldn`t risk buying such cheap no-name cards. Better put Your money to tested and reliable choices. ADATA Premier 64GB costs aroung 30$ : http://www.amazon.com/ADATA-Premier-microSDHC-Adapter-AUSDX64GUICL10-RA1/dp/B00CHHTOLK/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1409155392&sr=8-3&keywords=ADATA+Premier

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Originally Posted by CoiL View Post
 

I wouldn`t risk buying such cheap no-name cards. Better put Your money to tested and reliable choices. ADATA Premier 64GB costs aroung 30$ : http://www.amazon.com/ADATA-Premier-microSDHC-Adapter-AUSDX64GUICL10-RA1/dp/B00CHHTOLK/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1409155392&sr=8-3&keywords=ADATA+Premier

Thank you for your info!  

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With regards to USB on the go, do the external drives have to be flash or will old fashioned hard drives work. I bought a USB OTG cable and connected it to an external drive I use but it wouldn't connect at all. What recommendations do you have if wanting to attach an external drive please?

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1st thing to do is WAIT... larger drives take time to detect and read information. Even my TDK 8GB USB flash takes sometimes ~10 seconds to show up.
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I bought the Adata for $30 and it's working fine as a replacement for my Sandisk.  

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I formatted my SD-Card with exFAT, but still have the same issues with that stucking device. poor :(

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I formatted my SD-Card with exFAT, but still have the same issues with that stucking device. poor frown.gif

I recently had a flac that was stuttering at the start. I deleted it and replaced it with a copy from my computer. That fixed the problem. If you can load another copy of the original onto the DX50, see if that changes the issue. If not, it may be your sd-card, or the DX50 at fault.
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I just encountered a problem with my line out, when I connect my DX50 with an amplifier the sound is highly distorted. Like when you plug your IEM/headphone to the line out, the sound is very distorted. Has anyone experienced this or can give any advice?

 

The iBasso website is down as well. What a luck

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Originally Posted by wlz12 View Post
 

I just encountered a problem with my line out, when I connect my DX50 with an amplifier the sound is highly distorted. Like when you plug your IEM/headphone to the line out, the sound is very distorted. Has anyone experienced this or can give any advice?

 

The iBasso website is down as well. What a luck

Sounds like a strange issue, i get no distortion when i plug my headphones (ultrasone signature dj) into my line out. The only slight issue i encountered was when i did plug my cans in i didnt get both channels because the plugs rings didnt quite line up because it was a 4 pole 3.5mm plug. Pulling the plug out a little bit fixed the issue. However plugging that same cable into the headphone out gives me no issues and i do not have to pull it out a little bit to get normal sound.

I also tried my ultrasone dj1 pro's which have a regular 3.5mm plug in the line out and i hear no noticeable distortion.


Edited by chailee80 - 8/29/14 at 6:28am
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can anyone advise where to get the USB driver except iBasso website which is down?
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Has anyone tried the Ie80 with the dx50? just wondering if it was any good to pair with

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Went to turn on my DX50 this morning and the screen had a (not normal) blue tint to its colour? A reboot solved the problem but I'd like to know why.
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The whole screen?  On immediate start-up or after it showed you your music?  Do you have a custom wallpaper in it?  Was it anywhere near light/heat?  Since a reboot resolved the issue, I would assume that it was just a minor corruption that the reboot fixed.  If it happens again, I would suggest a reinstall of the firmware.  After that, probably a call to iBasso (if their website is back up).  

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The whole screen?  On immediate start-up or after it showed you your music?  Do you have a custom wallpaper in it?  Was it anywhere near light/heat?  Since a reboot resolved the issue, I would assume that it was just a minor corruption that the reboot fixed.  If it happens again, I would suggest a reinstall of the firmware.  After that, probably a call to iBasso (if their website is back up).  



Yes the whole screen on start up and doing anything, I could still see the text fine and layout.
It proceeded to play music with a blue screen that looked kind of deep blue neon background even scroll through menus.

Was almost like it went off and found it's own wallpaper.
Had been near a room lite window but nothing too extreme.

Quite strange to add when I turned it on I noticed the iBasso start up screen didn't show either. it just stayed black until I checked out what was going on.

When I pressed the wake up button,there it was.... electric blue.

I'm guessing it's just a boot glitch of some sort rather than a hardware fault.
 

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