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post #1006 of 1183
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Originally Posted by ratinox View Post
 

It's mostly a hardware issue. Mango is running on a single core, single thread CPU and it puts pretty much all of its effort into expanding music files and feeding the DAC. There's a bit of latency as it shifts to handling user input. The touch screen seems more responsive because that latency happens while you wait for the screen to activate.

 

I have no real latency on the screen (measured in real time not from my interpretation of it). I can click the button 10 times before it actually skips to the next track, so it's not just latency but actual response.

post #1007 of 1183
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I have no real latency on the screen (measured in real time not from my interpretation of it). I can click the button 10 times before it actually skips to the next track, so it's not just latency but actual response.

 

Then you may have a defective DX50.

post #1008 of 1183

My dx50 is now keeping booting into the recovery mode, not the firmware anymore, how could I go? (when it comes to recovery, I choose reboot and it again reboot into the recovery)

post #1009 of 1183
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Originally Posted by khoirc View Post

My dx50 is now keeping booting into the recovery mode, not the firmware anymore, how could I go? (when it comes to recovery, I choose reboot and it again reboot into the recovery)

Do a factory reset from the recovery screen then boot back onto the DX50.
post #1010 of 1183

Has anyone experienced this kind of problem? The touchscreen will not work and I have to take out the battery to turn it back on. :(

post #1011 of 1183
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Originally Posted by idunnosoSTFU View Post
 

Has anyone experienced this kind of problem? The touchscreen will not work and I have to take out the battery to turn it back on. :(


I've seen this once... Long pressing the power button to turn it off then on again also did the trick.

post #1012 of 1183
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I've seen this once... Long pressing the power button to turn it off then on again also did the trick.

 

Eh, wouldn't it ask 'shutdown the system?' and the user will have to answer yes or no?

post #1013 of 1183
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Originally Posted by idunnosoSTFU View Post

Eh, wouldn't it ask 'shutdown the system?' and the user will have to answer yes or no?
Keep holding the button.wink.gif
post #1014 of 1183
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Originally Posted by pOOB73 View Post


Keep holding the button.wink.gif

Ooh, just tried pressing it longer. I guess that's a soft reset right? Well, now I know what to do when the screen decides to get cranky. Thanks! :D

post #1015 of 1183

Correct.:) I've never removed the battery from my DX50 so far. This shutdown method worked every time it hung up.

post #1016 of 1183

From using the 1.2.6 update i feel that DX50 lost its energy... not as crisp and lacking in attack(is that what we call it?)

 

i was thinking maybe there can be an audiophile firmware and a fun sounding firmware?(Wish list) hehe...

 

i hope to have the sound from 1.2.5 back or improvments.(wish list again?)

post #1017 of 1183
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Originally Posted by PChoon View Post

From using the 1.2.6 update i feel that DX50 lost its energy... not as crisp and lacking in attack(is that what we call it?)

i was thinking maybe there can be an audiophile firmware and a fun sounding firmware?(Wish list) hehe...

i hope to have the sound from 1.2.5 back or improvments.(wish list again?)
I noticed it also. Dynamics are gone.
post #1018 of 1183
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Originally Posted by PChoon View Post

From using the 1.2.6 update i feel that DX50 lost its energy... not as crisp and lacking in attack(is that what we call it?)

i was thinking maybe there can be an audiophile firmware and a fun sounding firmware?(Wish list) hehe...

i hope to have the sound from 1.2.5 back or improvments.(wish list again?)

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Originally Posted by glockhit View Post

I noticed it also. Dynamics are gone.

I don't know what you guys use to listen to the old and updated firmware but the SQ has not moved that much if any between the two I was on 1.2.5 yesterday moved to 1.2.6 and zit no changes whatsoever if my friend would have switched the fw without me knowing it I would have not known I was on a different version.
post #1019 of 1183
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Originally Posted by musicheaven View Post



I don't know what you guys use to listen to the old and updated firmware but the SQ has not moved that much if any between the two I was on 1.2.5 yesterday moved to 1.2.6 and zit no changes whatsoever if my friend would have switched the fw without me knowing it I would have not known I was on a different version.



+1 the only thing I noticed is that the soundstage got maybe a tiny bit wider. that's all.

 

 

 

Oh, and I have good news for you guys:

 

you know how my DX50 used to wipe out the **** of my music on the internal storage? it doesn't do that any more!!! usually it did that after several hours, when I shut it off and powered back again few times. now everything's there from the day one the 1.2.6 came out. I think that's connected to the new database format or whatever the hell that is you guys have been talking about earlier in this thread...

post #1020 of 1183
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Originally Posted by nihontoman View Post



+1 the only thing I noticed is that the soundstage got maybe a tiny bit wider. that's all.



Oh, and I have good news for you guys:

you know how my DX50 used to wipe out the **** of my music on the internal storage? it doesn't do that any more!!! usually it did that after several hours, when I shut it off and powered back again few times. now everything's there from the day one the 1.2.6 came out. I think that's connected to the new database format or whatever the hell that is you guys have been talking about earlier in this thread...

First the wider soundstage can be explained by your friend leaving your bedroom door opened wink.gif

Yes the new Db makes it a breeze now the only thing is to set it up right in the beginning then you're smooth sailing! In doubt meaning no cover arts delete the damn .audio_data directory on your SD card, rescan and voila they are back!
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