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Is using SD card with DX50, Mac friendly?

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Originally Posted by shigzeo View Post

I've joined the club and so far I'm liking it. There a number of firmware issues: freezing, random volume dropouts, and one massive, sudden rise, and a few minor accessories.

However, it is so easy to use even in comparison to the DX100. I would consider it the nicest audiophile player I've tried in many ways.

Congratz! 1.1.6 seems to have solved a lot of the initial issues and hope they will continue to improve the firmware.
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Originally Posted by lin0003 View Post
 

 

DHL and EMS I think. Maybe Fedex, but I haven;t heard that on this thread yet. 

 

thanks for that. iBasso just confirmed its DHL. sweet! That means I'll get it next week if 4th batch ships tomorrow!

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Originally Posted by ngyu View Post
 

 

I have a pair of HD650, and at first the clamping force is tight. but after a while now, I can say it knows the shape and size of my head now =) fits juuuuust right lol

 

Good to know thanks

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Originally Posted by kkcc View Post

Congratz! 1.1.6 seems to have solved a lot of the initial issues and hope they will continue to improve the firmware.

It's certainly a good starting point for the new comers smily_headphones1.gif

If this follows any normal curves, the benefits are soon to drop lmao. biggrin.gif

Mind you once stability is out of the way, functionality is what we wanna see improving. wink.gif

Edit: bell curve that is; ding-dong
Edited by musicheaven - 9/26/13 at 6:41am
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Originally Posted by musicheaven View Post


It's certainly a good starting point for the new comers smily_headphones1.gif

If this follows any normal curves, the benefits are soon to drop lmao. biggrin.gif

Mind you once stability is out of the way, functionality is what we wanna see improving. wink.gif

Edit: bell curve that is; ding-dong

 

haha yup! stability first! then more features! (read: USB DAC, playlist functionality, etc. any iBasso reps here?? :D)

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Originally Posted by shigzeo View Post

I've joined the club and so far I'm liking it. There a number of firmware issues: freezing, random volume dropouts, and one massive, sudden rise, and a few minor accessories.

However, it is so easy to use even in comparison to the DX100. I would consider it the nicest audiophile player I've tried in many ways.

 

How does it compare to the Fiio X3 soundwise? :P

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I've not been enjoying long enough to tell you how it compares. So far very good. Ms thank you for the complement. The SA7 review should be out soon. Very much enjoy it.
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Originally Posted by shigzeo View Post

I've not been enjoying long enough to tell you how it compares. So far very good. Ms thank you for the complement. The SA7 review should be out soon. Very much enjoy it.

 

Looking forward to what you think about the DX50 vs the X3. Been reading you reviews for a while now :D

I personally though that sound wise, the DX50 is simply better. 

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Originally Posted by lin0003 View Post
 

 

Looking forward to what you think about the DX50 vs the X3. Been reading you reviews for a while now :D

I personally though that sound wise, the DX50 is simply better. 

 

Same here. Always enjoyed the photos and review from shigzeo!  Big fans here.

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Originally Posted by icefalkon View Post
 

No problem, I think, as i said earlier in the thread...that iBasso hit it out of the park with this. They've given everyone the opportunity to listen to high SQ music!

 

+1

110% 

If it wasn't for this product I would not presently be able to have the opportunity to hear music at this level of quality with my budget :D


Edited by jon parker - 9/26/13 at 8:26am
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Just FYI for USA Headfi'ers. I went to Micro Center and purchased "USB OTG micro USB Male to USB A female" cable and a PNY 128Gb USB thumb drive for around $70. Presto, along with my 64Gb micro SD card I now have 192 Gb total storage. A good start! The thumb drive is now basically full, no problems playing hi-res files...

 

Now I need an internal battery powered Hard drive (1Tb) or 2.5 inch hard drive internal battery enclosure (for a loose drive) and I will be able to carry around all my hi rez files...

Anyone have any ideas?

 

Kevin


Edited by k3oxkjo - 9/26/13 at 8:54am
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Originally Posted by k3oxkjo View Post
 

Just FYI for USA Headfi'ers. I went to Micro Center and purchased "USB OTG micro USB Male to USB A female" cable and a PNY 128Gb USB thumb drive for around $70. Presto, along with my 64Gb micro SD card I now have 192 Gb total storage. A good start! The thumb drive is now basically full, no problems playing hi-res files...

 

Now I need an internal battery powered Hard drive (1Tb) or 2.5 inch hard drive internal battery enclosure (for a loose drive) and I will be able to carry around all my hi rez files...

Anyone have any ideas?

 

Kevin

 

Thanks.  I need to do that as well.  I just bought a PNY128GB from Officemax for $50 as well.  How much did Micro Center charged you for the OTG cable?

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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by k3oxkjo View Post

Just FYI for USA Headfi'ers. I went to Micro Center and purchased "USB OTG micro USB Male to USB A female" cable and a PNY 128Gb USB thumb drive for around $70. Presto, along with my 64Gb micro SD card I now have 192 Gb total storage. A good start! The thumb drive is now basically full, no problems playing hi-res files...

Now I need an internal battery powered Hard drive (1Tb) or 2.5 inch hard drive internal battery enclosure (for a loose drive) and I will be able to carry around all my hi rez files...
Anyone have any ideas?

Kevin

I did the first part you mentioned by getting the OTG but did not buy the high capacity USB thumb drive yet. For the external powered 2tb drive, there has to be some but if you have an external USB enclosure with a 2TB internal hard drive, that should work. I have a few I purchased and plugged a 2TB drive to them for backup purposes, when emptied those will be large capacity drives for home use smily_headphones1.gif
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Originally Posted by purk View Post

Thanks.  I need to do that as well.  I just bought a PNY128GB from Officemax for $50 as well.  How much did Micro Center charged you for the OTG cable?

You can get one on eBay for 2.49$ free shipping, dirt cheap and pretty sturdy!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/390474228023?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649
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