I bought my dx50 last month, but now its not charging / being detected on my laptop, anyone faced this issue before?
ever tried a ak100? :) then we can talk about bad ergonomic!!!
you can add a song to playlist while playing: there is a little (+) on the upper right side of the screen for it
From the The iBasso DX50 Thread: http://www.head-fi.org/t/679473/the-ibasso-dx50-thread-latest-firmware-1-2-8/13320
If there's any interest, DOC2008 has another DX90 port
translated using google ....
X50 SOUND EXPLOSION BY DOC2008
- Based on DX90 v2.0.5 firmware
- Android has disabled participation in the processing of sound. now sound without distortion from the player goes directly to the DAC
- Supports all audio formats and works gapless
- Ideal for uncompromising sound DX50
- Flash of all time
If anyone's interested.
i have a unlikely issue with my DX50, V1.2.8:
Since a few days my DX50 stucks sometimes (sporadic) during bootup (not more than once per day). It stays forever at the "iBasso Audio Digital Audio Player" screen. A long press of the power button shuts down the device, then it immediatly comes up again to the stuck boot screen. Even ejecting the micro sd will not solve the problem.
Only going into the recovery mode, factory reset and format... will bring the device back to its normal state.
Then i am able to hear music for hours - up to the next device boot.
I did change two things in my setup during the last week:
1. i changed my music-db from mp3 to ogg/vorbis (about 9000 files).
2. i changed my sd card to a sandisc extreme 64GB.
Currently i am trying to isolate if this problem is related to the card/audioformat/hw, but because of it's sporadic behaviour this could take a while.
I could not see any similar postings in this thread (but it is a long thread, so maybe i've overseen it :)) - did i hit a known issue? Maybe i've been the first one using ogg/vorbis? :/
tnx for your reply. I forgot to mention that i've been using an sandisc Ultra 64GB the weeks before i've changed to the extreme (and did not have any issues with it - but it has been on mp3). So at a first step i'll copy the whole ogg files on this old card to get an identical file set and give it a try.
Next step would be the mp3 fileset on the sandisc extreme.
During reformatting of the Ultra i could see that it has another cluster size (128k bs 256k). Maybe i will give this also a try.
I'll keep you informed when i have any news. :)
to give a short intermediate feedback: Switching back to my first sdhc-card (with the ogg-files copied onto it) did not resolve the problem, after a few days the system hang again during startup.
My next step is to give it a try with the files in aac-format (filenames are the same).
I got some similar issues with my dx50. Starting it gives a black screen, but the screen is still responsive to touch and the music plays. I could even turn it of in the normal way. When starting again the screen acts normal.
But i contacted my supplier with the strange behaviour and sent it in. They said it had something to do with the display and got another new dx50.