Sad but true, I am selling one of my re-hauled DX50 here is the link if you are interested:
At least try Sound Unlocked 1.2.3 FW before selling... it`s really good ;) You might regret selling it so cheaply later...
Also upping my question:
Edit2: Anyone know good webshop in EU where I could order original screen protectors for DX50? Mine is made in 2013 so it is 13th batch? Seems that 12th batch screen protectors are tinybit smaller. I bought 12th batch screen protectors from eBay (Savvies SU75) but finger doesn`t slip on it so well as on originals. Unfortunately I screwed up both originals because there were little bubbles under them (dust). With Savvie SU75`s I managed to install it perfectly though.
I also just ordered Vikuiti DQCT130 screen protectors from 3M. Will see how it goes. Hope it`s better than savvies.
I am regretting it now but I figured that if it goes to a good home, why not.
Does "one of" mean that you still have another DX50 left for you, or at least a DX90? :-)
I believe with the given price it is a question of several days maximum - the price is a no brainer!
I see that most guys have issues with sticking the protector to the display. Last page is a good confirmation - 3 cases: You, BLACKENEDPLAGUE and musicheaven. So decided to share a small tip how to make this in a better way:
1. Turn on the hot water in the bathroom, close the door and leave it like that for several minutes. This will ensure high humidity which gets all the flying dust off the air. A smart trick.
2. Already inside the humid bathroom make sure to wipe the display really well with a cloth that leaves no dust particles, don't use paper - it always leaves dust particles.
3. Already in the humid bathroom remove the second part of the screen protector so that no particles from the air can stick to it.
3. Have a Scotch tape with you - any particle that sticks to the protector can be removed with a simple accurate touch with a small piece of Scotch tape without leaving any traces on the protector, especially without greasy finger traces.
4. Start from one side and use a credit card or any other thin plastic to accurately sleek the protector to the screen. Take your time, don't hurry!
5. If a bubble is present closer to the corners or edges of the protector use the cloth that you wiped the screen with - push harder and "wipe" the air bubble towards the screen edge.
6. If a bubble seems to appear not so close to the edges - just un-stick the protector accurately - remove the dust particle that causes it with the Scotch tape and stick the protector back.
This are several simple steps that help with getting a clean result. It may take one try once you are used with it you will never have any bubbles on any screen protector again.
These work with mobile phones, cameras, players, tablets and any other (as my mother says) "useless gadgets that you spent our money on".
Some one can stick these "instructions" to some of the threads with useful tips and guidance, heh.
Thanks for tips. Never thought about that simple humid air trick. Was always just in hurry to get it done. For cleaning that screen, I think best cloth is the one used for wiping eye-glasses, leaves no micro scratches. But I got Savvies SU75 on without any hassle and no dust or bubbles. Just that it is not slippy enough for finger and it is like 0.5mm smaller from all the edges. Would like to get original ones for 13th/14th batch but no luck finding them in EU. Was also thinking about getting some other larger mobile screen protector and cutting it.
Oh man! I do understand what you mean - I am trying to get a good subwoofer and a receiver to EU for weeks with no luck. They are usually not available at all,or if someone sells them it is double the price. Another scenario is either no shipping or shipping costs of up to $500, then add VAT and finally add the customs costs...I hate this issue!
Of course with IEMs it is much easier than with a huge and heavy subwoofer, LOL!
This always worked fine for me, a good starting point is to get one of the more expensive and high quality protectors for phones - they have less diffraction, more transparency and are more scratch proof and water proof.
Yeah, it`s crappp sometimes in EU with some things. I even had to order my dx50 from USA webshop to get it with sensible price. Even with it coming from china, going to USA and then to Estonia cost me much less than getting it from UK for example. VAT was about 30€ and total sum was about 205€ which is very good price for totally new one.