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Originally Posted by U6astik View Post

Howlin Fester,

Also, if you remember, could you please tell me where you have read about the gapless playback not working with MP3 files?

I have been reading the DX50 and DX90 threads since the beginning. It has come up a bunch over the years. Sorry I can't be more helpful other than to say do a search. It's in there somewhere.
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Hey guys,this isn't really a bug in the firmware but maybe someone had pointers for when I own my Dx50 to look around for loose connections.

The screen on it sometimes goes off colored but still readable, sometimes the screen color is fine but the screen is all garbled. However when the screen is garbled and you push on the upper left of the screen it clears up. Soon as you let go, back to garbled. Sometimes it fixes itself for a bit then back to garbled.

I'm hoping it's a loose connector because it's still working really great sound wise. Suggestions, tips, etc welcome!

Running mango
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I purchased 2 of these and both seem to have a problem where the song will skip or pop multiple times during a song. This happens on both devices and I have tried using different headphones and different filetypes. Anyone know what is causing this and how to fix it?

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Originally Posted by StevenF19 View Post
 

I purchased 2 of these and both seem to have a problem where the song will skip or pop multiple times during a song. This happens on both devices and I have tried using different headphones and different filetypes. Anyone know what is causing this and how to fix it?

 

 

I have had a problem that I call "fade in/fade out" or "skipping" or "blanking" where the music will fade out and then come back.

Below is a post where I describe how I get around it, and I linked to Lurker0's post that describes the root cause.

 

My post about fixing fade out issues.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/679473/the-ibasso-dx50-thread-latest-firmware-1-9-3-july-2-2015/17850#post_12030894

 

Lurker0 post about sound buffer overrun.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/697035/dx90-2x-sabre-1st-page-downloads-info-inst-lurker0-fw-mod-link-1st-page-new-fw-2-3-0/9030#post_11037042

 

If that is what you are talking about with "skip or pop", then these posts may help you.  And I can help clarify anything that I'm doing.  If this does not describe your issues, then I haven't experienced skips and pops, exactly.  Hope this helps.

post #1205 of 1209

Thanks but I was experiencing "pops" in the music rather than the music fading in and out. I managed to fix it on both devices by formatting the SD cards to FAT32.

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@StevenF19  Glad you got it resolved!

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Hello all, I've searched for solutions but still experiencing the blank screen. Does anyone know the way to fix this? The one with safety mode included is difficult as 1) the screen is empty and 2) my lower volume button is very sensitive. It may detect 2 button presses.
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Originally Posted by Soundsgoodtome View Post

Hey guys,this isn't really a bug in the firmware but maybe someone had pointers for when I own my Dx50 to look around for loose connections.

The screen on it sometimes goes off colored but still readable, sometimes the screen color is fine but the screen is all garbled. However when the screen is garbled and you push on the upper left of the screen it clears up. Soon as you let go, back to garbled. Sometimes it fixes itself for a bit then back to garbled.

I'm hoping it's a loose connector because it's still working really great sound wise. Suggestions, tips, etc welcome!

Running mango

 

 

I sometimes have a similar problem on my HM-901. I don't make a big thing out of it. It has nothing to do with the sound.

post #1209 of 1209
I fixed the screen problem.

Another issue I'm having is the line out pauses itself. I think it has something to do with the line out port itself (like the cable is being unplugged but it really isn't, yet the player stops and can be made to play again instantly by pressing play). The headphone out doesn't have this issue leading me to believe it's the port itself.

Anyone run into that before? I noticed this is a pretty dead thread, will post on the std thread as well.
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