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How does it pair with the E12? smily_headphones1.gif
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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post

 

Like one member mentioned a few pages back, the C5 does somewhat widen the soundstage of the DX50, and brings its mids a touch more forward. Either way, this was a good upgrade and improvement over my C3/C5 combo. Couldn't be any happier:')

Looks like a pretty nice fit as well... How do they stack without your collection of rubber bands?

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Looks like a pretty nice fit as well... How do they stack without your collection of rubber bands?

Haha, yes, the fit is only 2mm off in terms of width, but the two rubber bands (which is acting as rubber feet so my C5 doesn't get stratched) evens those odds out.

 

They are currently joined via Dual Lock as seen in this picture below.


Edited by SkyBleu - 9/19/13 at 1:28am
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Am I the only one who would like the screen to come on when you push the buttons?
Seriously, that is something I absolutely love in DX50, I hate my iPhone/Clip for the same feature you want. Most of the time I use my daps at night, it hurts my eyes every time when it switches on.
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It would be a pain if it turned on every every time you pressed a button.

 

agree. the x3 does just that. pretty annoying.

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agree. the x3 does just that. pretty annoying.

 

I have to agree here. This is one feature I really enjoy on the AK line of players. The ability to change tracks and volume without activating the screen. This is very handy and preserves battery life.

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Anyone can help with this question? The battery life for hires files will be a huge consideration in whether I get the DX50.

(I'm posting again before the question gets buried with the fast moving posts.)
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Originally Posted by taz23 View Post

I'm sorry if this has been posted before, but does anyone know what is the battery life with hires files, particularly 24/192? It will be good to know what is the percentage drop per 10 min play of 24/192 files. Can anyone help to test this?

My current rig of S3 and USB digital out to iBasso D55 via USB Recorder Pro app is just draining too fast - about 7% drop in battery every 10 min.

Many thanks!
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Here's a photo of a dreamy combination!

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Originally Posted by taz23 View Post

Anyone can help with this question? The battery life for hires files will be a huge consideration in whether I get the DX50.

(I'm posting again before the question gets buried with the fast moving posts.)

 

With my DX100, I never noticed any real difference playing high-res compared to 16/44.1, haven't tested the battery life of the DX50 yet. Being unable to se the exact battery level makes that kinda hard :smile: 

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With my DX100, I never noticed any real difference playing high-res compared to 16/44.1, haven't tested the battery life of the DX50 yet. Being unable to se the exact battery level makes that kinda hard :smile: 

 

Be a man about it! Charge your DAP and never put it down until the battery dies! ;)

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Thanks to the new firmware, maybe 90% of my albums pop up in the Album view.
That's pretty good.
Too bad I have no idea why it does not recognize the rest. It's alt not that easy to find the album the media scanning skipped.
I found one in the Directory view, played a track, the "Media Scanning" scrren showed up, and after that the album was listed correctly in the Album view.
Weird.

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Yipeee mine arrived today. 

It came with firmware V1.1.5 already upgraded but I want to know what's the difference between V1.1.5 and V1.1.6?

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Yipeee mine arrived today. 

It came with firmware V1.1.5 already upgraded but I want to know what's the difference between V1.1.5 and V1.1.6?

Even more bugfixes :)
The ' problem is gone for example.
Installing it is a good idea.

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Originally Posted by 1199-R View Post
 

Yipeee mine arrived today. 

It came with firmware V1.1.5 already upgraded but I want to know what's the difference between V1.1.5 and V1.1.6?

 

The following is copied from the ReadMe file that came with the firmware update.
 

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Bugs Rectified:
1, unable to play music that folder name, file name, or ID3 has the symbol ';
2, intermittent channels reversed bug;
3, display and play hidden files, that lead to system frozen


Functions Added:
1, Genre added;
2, thumbnail album artwork preview in Album;
3, play all funcction (when select a track on All Music, all tracks will be added to the Now Playing)
4, allows 24/192 coaxial output

 

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Originally Posted by 1199-R View Post

Yipeee mine arrived today. 
It came with firmware V1.1.5 already upgraded but I want to know what's the difference between V1.1.5 and V1.1.6?
Do you know there's a README in the firmware package?
Put it simple: update it smily_headphones1.gif

Also I saw some ppl put the update package to external card.
I'd suggest to put it in the internal 8GB space smily_headphones1.gif
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