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iBasso will release a new firmware on Sep 30th that supports CUE, according to iBasso's email reply to my inquiry. This sounds exciting.

Do I sense a future DX50 owner biggrin.gif
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it's conformed that the item was shipped on time. they already provided me with a tracking no. too bad i wasn't able to communicate that i prefer DHL over EMS...this might be a long wait! frown.gif
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Do I sense a future DX50 owner biggrin.gif

 

I just want to confirm your superimod can live up to its hype against this FOM. :wink_face:

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I just want to confirm your superimod can live up to its hype against this FOM. wink_face.gif

Long live the ... biggrin.gif
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Long live the ... biggrin.gif

 

Hype?  LOL

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"Can anyone say if FW 1.1.6 fixed the volume shooting up to max randomly? "

 

 

This happened to me the other day (after I had read about it!) and i have the 1.1.6 update. Only happened the once though and again, with all the bugs I have personally found, it was with a 24/96 hi rez file - With these hirez I think the device likes to have the time to process each request to completion. By that, I mean if you start pressing buttons too fast it can't keep up and freaks out!  


Edited by jon parker - 9/27/13 at 2:25pm
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"Can anyone say if FW 1.1.6 fixed the volume shooting up to max randomly? "

 

 

This happened to me the other day (after I had read about it!) and i have the 1.1.6 update. Only happened the once though and again, with all the bugs I have personally found, it was with a 24/96 hi rez file - With these hirez I think the device likes to have the time to process each request to completion. By that, I mean if you start pressing buttons too fast it can't keep up and freaks out!  

 

That makes a lot of sense. This happened to me during the beginning of a 16/44 hi rez song though. Looks like we need to post this up in the bug thread unless it's something that has already been addressed.

 

Edit: Just posted about it in the bug thread.


Edited by treal512 - 9/27/13 at 3:32pm
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Thanks.  For some reason, when i just search by pny, this does not come up.  The link works though.   Much appreciated.  I think i might get two.

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Add me to the list of owners with battery calibration issues.   Last time it cut out a little after the battery indicated there was just less than 50% available.   This time it stopped with more than 50 available.   Frustrating.  On 1.16 fw.

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That makes a lot of sense. This happened to me during the beginning of a 16/44 hi rez song though. Looks like we need to post this up in the bug thread unless it's something that has already been addressed.

Edit: Just posted about it in the bug thread.

It's happens to mine with 16bit FLAC, only 3 times in about 2 weeks, iBasso are aware, it's so random though, that's what worrys me, tracking it down.
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Reply from iBasso about my reported bugs.

Hi,
Thank you for your email.
We recorded the bugs that your reported.
You can see the changes on the new firmwares.

Sincerely
iBasso Audio
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They promised me a firmware update on the 24th for Korean character support T^T

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Originally Posted by treal512 View Post

Can anyone say if FW 1.1.6 fixed the volume shooting up to max randomly?
It doesn't shoot up randomly. It happens occasionally, but only when you are adjusting the volume. And always in the same direction as your adjustment, i.e. all the way down or all the way up when you decrease or increase.

I have spotted a trend of this happening when I unlock the screen and immediately adjust the volume very quickly.
Edited by tak- - 9/27/13 at 5:20pm
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Mine just randomly gave me a blast of ear splitting volume whilst playing, then gave me an electric shock to my ear from my XBA3 and then crashed. Weird 

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Mine just randomly gave me a blast of ear splitting volume whilst playing, then gave me an electric shock to my ear from my XBA3 and then crashed. Weird 

That sucks... I experienced this a few times.. I am extra cautious when increasing the vol by looking at the display... also, don't click the vol up multiple times rapidly.... I have not identified the root cause of this.. take care, mate...

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