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post #121 of 242

ok for win 7, i have 7 64 bits.

post #122 of 242

It wouldn't work for me using Win7, but successfully upgraded using an old XP machine.

post #123 of 242
Which is better the 760 or the 960? I will probably be amping it. I have the c3/bh combo and am using it with the TF10. Though I like it, I tend to find that combo a bit harsh on rock tunes such The Pot by Tool. The guitars sound grainy whereas my Bottlehead Crack with my HD 600 do not. Would also like a better UI experience.
post #124 of 242

Latest builds here:

 

http://www.rockbox.org/dl.cgi?bin=ihifi760

 

After initially installing Rockbox, I felt that the sound was not as good as with the standard firmware but with the later build I find that the sound has improved considerably.

 

Has anyone else noticed a difference, or am I imagining things?

post #125 of 242

Hi Guys, New here. I will be ordering the Xueling IHIFI760 later today and was wondering if anyone that actually owns one can tell me if the finish is painted or plated. I appreciate your help. Also does the finish appear to be durable?

post #126 of 242
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dark Helmet View Post

Which is better the 760 or the 960? I will probably be amping it. I have the c3/bh combo and am using it with the TF10. Though I like it, I tend to find that combo a bit harsh on rock tunes such The Pot by Tool. The guitars sound grainy whereas my Bottlehead Crack with my HD 600 do not. Would also like a better UI experience.

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Originally Posted by Fiveshooter View Post

Hi Guys, New here. I will be ordering the Xueling IHIFI760 later today and was wondering if anyone that actually owns one can tell me if the finish is painted or plated. I appreciate your help. Also does the finish appear to be durable?

I believe I've addressed both your questions via Pm conversations.

(just to show the thread isn't being neglected)
post #127 of 242

 Yes indeed H20 answered my questions in great detail complete with photos. I am anxious to get the player. I am new to higher end players and I wanted something that will play FLAC files, have a resume feature and a decent UI. I like the looks of the Studio V much better but I just don't want to deal with the UI and a battery that may be hard (if not impossible) for me to replace. I think the Xueling IHIFI760 is the correct choice for my needs. Yep... I know it's a heavy brick but I can deal with that to get the features I want. The fact that it uses an easy to replace Samsung Galaxy S4 battery is a HUGE plus for me. At this point my best portable players are a Cowon D2 and S9. This will be an upgrade to say the least :)

post #128 of 242
Guys, need a lil help.. I dont have ihifi760 but i do the ihifi960, trying to rockbox my unit using ure instructions in this thread, but when the time to upgrade the image, it fails... Dont know whats up
post #129 of 242

Hi, just ordered the 760...and have located the latest (daily) rockbox builds for this model. Where do I get the .img file for flashing though? I thought I looked through this thread but could not see that specific location. Thanks!    Ian

post #130 of 242
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Originally Posted by iano View Post

Hi, just ordered the 760...and have located the latest (daily) rockbox builds for this model. Where do I get the .img file for flashing though? I thought I looked through this thread but could not see that specific location. Thanks!    Ian

The previous page bro, post #111
post #131 of 242

Thanks for the quick reply....all the download links seem to result in errors (for me at least)...I could access the second link, with the instructions (then translate from the original Russian), but never could actually download the img file....

post #132 of 242
Dunno bout you, but i could dl all of the files posted, problem is i dont have a xp machine which leaves me a well... How should i say, crap ihifi UI...

I have the 960 btw
post #133 of 242

To download the files:

 

When the "Sorry, an error has occurred, retrying" screen pops up; click "Open" at the bottom right.

This will open up another window, now, at the top left, click on "File" then "Download".

post #134 of 242

There is also a download button at the bottom right next to the "Open" button which does the job.

post #135 of 242

Many thanks, that was the action I was missing, the file has now been successfully downloaded, very much appreciate your help.   

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