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post #2461 of 7658

Thanks for the answers regarding drag and drop.  That's what I imagined but I wasn't certain.  I'm guessing that you can therefore organise the library on the X1 by folder (like you can in Foobar2000), as well as the usual Artist, album, genre, etc?  

 

Is the same true of the X5 (drag and drop?  Organise by folder?)

 

Oh, and with regard my other question, to satisfy my curiosity further, when were the X3 and X5 released?  

 

Cheers.  And hope you're all enjoying your new X1s!

post #2462 of 7658
Yeah, I tossed my stickers in the trash. It's too pretty to cover up!

Has anyone heard anything yet about a stacking kit for this little beauty? There's really not a good place to put a standard band that doesn't interfere with a button or the screen in any way.
post #2463 of 7658
I got too impatiant and got the x3, damn it is amazing, has anyone compared the two?, i love the x3 ui, how is the x1s?
post #2464 of 7658
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Looks like I'll need to break down and get an amp once my h3 arrive :3

The good news, as I found out, is that there are some very inexpensive little amps that will do the job quite nicely. I haven't listened to the Topping NX1, but from what others have said, it does a good job with the Havi, but may be a little less warm in the mids and upper bass than the Sap-5. If that is the case, I would prefer the Sap-5 with an X1 pairing because to my ears, that added warmth/bloom is what the X1 needs. That is on the Sap's standard setting. The bass boost switch sounds horrible.
post #2465 of 7658
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Does the X1 support OTG?

 

NOT

post #2466 of 7658
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post #2467 of 7658
I've got a few hours in with the x1 now. This unit sounds very good.the bass is punchy, but not overbearing. Treble is crisp but not harsh. Looking forward to a few more hours with it after work.
post #2468 of 7658

My review is up

 

http://www.head-fi.org/products/fiio-x1-ultraportable-hi-res-dap/reviews/11633

 

Thanks to Fiio for the opportunity to review their products!

 

Enjoy

post #2469 of 7658

Oh I really hope i am going to get mine this week. So excited !!! 

post #2470 of 7658

So the X1 should be able to drive most IEMs, right?

post #2471 of 7658
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Originally Posted by chattycathy727 View Post

So the X1 should be able to drive most IEMs, right?
More like all. It has a 100mW/channel output.If memory serves
post #2472 of 7658

65 mW@32 ohms. 100mW@16 ohms. Enough for most IEMs


Edited by jaxz - 9/27/14 at 3:04pm
post #2473 of 7658

Thanks for the confirmation.

 

Is MiccaStore not selling the X1 anymore? I couldn't find it there.

post #2474 of 7658
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Originally Posted by jaxz View Post
 

65 mW@32 ohms. 100mW@16 ohms. Enough for most IEMs


How dissapointing, I was gonna save up and buy it and the MS2 at the same time.

post #2475 of 7658
Probably just sold out for now.
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