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post #7636 of 18426
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Originally Posted by Sorensiim View Post
 

Sure: www.sorensiim.dk/stuff/DX50Firmware_V1.2.3beta.zip :smile:

It is wonderfully kind of you to post these links.
 

 

Perhaps adding links to the various firmware versions to your FAQ would make your life a tad easier.

 

For those who feel the screen is too sensitive, keeping your finger moving keeps an individual file from being selected.  I am in the opposite camp and appreciate a sensitive touch device.  I always turn touchpads, etc. up to maximum sensitivity.

post #7637 of 18426

Hi all,

i have noticed, that latest 1.25 firmware still doesn´t support opus codec. Anyone knows, if ibasso will implement in near future this best lossy audiocodec ? 

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In my view, pralines and cream is better than opus. it's a matter of taste.

post #7639 of 18426
Thread Starter 
Love praline and cream, favorite ice cream. biggrin.gif
post #7640 of 18426
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Originally Posted by 14all41 View Post
 

Anyone knows, if ibasso will implement in near future this best lossy audiocodec ? 

:confused:

 

Opus is well suited to VOIP and similar applications, but is bit-rate limited and can only support up to a 48kHz sampling rate, and then only at a limited bit-depth..

post #7641 of 18426
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Originally Posted by Hellkitchen View Post

Anyone else has problem with the touch screen? I mean, It's working welll but is too sensitive I think. I really often play unwanted tracks while scrolling!

Some kind kind soul previously pointed out that if you 'Firmly' scroll down it doesn't accidently select (most of the time! :)

and if you 'Gently' touch it selectes and open said file/folder

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Sure is the bitrate limited - only to 510kb/s, but if you check latest development release, so it is near level to wavpack(lossy) or lossyWAV quality.

 

http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?title=Opus

http://people.xiph.org/~greg/opus/ha2011/  

http://www.opus-codec.org/ 

post #7643 of 18426

Why beg for support of yet another lossy compression scheme? 

 

eMPty3 is already readily available for those of you who desire less than CD quality sound.

post #7644 of 18426
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Originally Posted by Wapiti View Post
 

Why beg for support of yet another lossy compression scheme? 

 

eMPty3 is already readily available for those of you who desire less than CD quality sound.

 

Clever! (but empty)

post #7645 of 18426
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Originally Posted by jon parker View Post
 

Some kind kind soul previously pointed out that if you 'Firmly' scroll down it doesn't accidently select (most of the time! :)

and if you 'Gently' touch it selectes and open said file/folder

Yes this helps :)

 

Anyway this DAP sounds so good that anything can bother me :D

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Just had an issue with the DAP this afternoon.

 

It was just sitting on the table, screen turned off, playing some music on it for about 30min. When I turned the screen back on all the colors were messed up and resolution was drastically reduced. Looks like it was displaying 32 colors only and resolution was terrible. Fortunately it kept working fine but I had to turn it off/on to make the bug go away.

 

Anyone ever seen this?

 

EDIT: Firmware v1.2.5, battery around 75% full.


Edited by themad - 11/28/13 at 12:56pm
post #7647 of 18426
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Originally Posted by mahesh View Post

Hi guys
I have a slight hiss with lo settings and no hiss with hi setting, is this normail?
Inam using akg k3003
Thx

 

 

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Originally Posted by Dopaminer View Post
 

Mahesh my experience is opposite to yours:  almost no audible hiss on high, with A LOT of hiss on low gain (9 ohm Shure iems)

 

 

Wow - for having no amplifier, LO sure drives my HD800s nicely!  


So, it looks like you two are saying the same thing to me, 'hiss' on lo (low) gain and 'no hiss' on hi (high) gain.  Which is also what I see with mine.

post #7648 of 18426
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Originally Posted by bearFNF View Post
 

 

 


So, it looks like you two are saying the same thing to me, 'hiss' on lo (low) gain and 'no hiss' on hi (high) gain.  Which is also what I see with mine.

Yeah, I`m not sure why I said `opposite`...   

post #7649 of 18426
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Originally Posted by bearFNF View Post
 

 

 


So, it looks like you two are saying the same thing to me, 'hiss' on lo (low) gain and 'no hiss' on hi (high) gain.  Which is also what I see with mine.


Could anyone tell me if there's any risk of damage to low impedance IEMs like the Shure SE846 (9 ohms) using high gain setting?

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Originally Posted by alchemical View Post


Could anyone tell me if there's any risk of damage to low impedance IEMs like the Shure SE846 (9 ohms) using high gain setting?

Not really as long as you don't max out on the volume but that's true for any iems.
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