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post #3931 of 13841
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Originally Posted by Ivabign View Post
 

I have figured out getting songs on the DX90 - what I was doing before was opening iTunes and dragging the artist and all the associated files over to the DX90 or SD chip - thinking that the file structure would stay intact - it doesn't - but if I open finder and look at the files themselves (the same sort of program as Windows Explorer) I can look up albums and artists - then drag over the file structure and it remains intact on the SD card as well as the DX90 - whew!

 

That's better...

That's exactly what I meant when I said iTunes folder structure. It's via finder and not the iTunes GUI.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/697035/ibasso-dx90-dual-sabre-es9018k2m-new-amp-section-review-1st-page/3885#post_10477328

post #3932 of 13841
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Originally Posted by CosmicHolyGhost View Post

Hi Jon, I agree to your comment regarding the X5 in the bass department. Sorry, I have not had chance to audition the DX90 yet. Maybe I will buy one later on after I have purchase more silly things first.

I hope you can get a try on this George and tell if the DX90 is like a small Hugo like others says..
post #3933 of 13841
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Originally Posted by pachoo5 View Post
 

 

Yeah, I completely agree with you about the bass out of the DX90. It is glorious. It is my favorite part of the DX90 sound signature, right out of the box too, with no burn in yet, and it sounds amazing. It just hits so hard and is so tight and controlled. It is noticeably better bass than out of my iPhone, that is for sure.

 

One thing I noticed is that none of the equalizer presets really sound that great. They all sound like big steps down from non-equalizer. Anyone had good custom settings for the DX90 equalizer that they like and want to share? :)


I wouldn't use any EQ's ever, no need really, sounds so good without, improve your headphone collection if you find the sound lacking in any way like bass etc.

post #3934 of 13841
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Originally Posted by soundblast75 View Post
 


I wouldn't use any EQ's ever, no need really, sounds so good without, improve your headphone collection if you find the sound lacking in any way like bass etc.


Same for me, I don't see the point of it, you should better find the right equipment for your interest instead of twisting the EQ to fit you.

post #3935 of 13841

Hi, I got my DX90 on Saturday, Dx90 with my Ath L3000 and FitEar 335 bass are impactful, fast and 3D but not so on HD800. Bass of DX90 depend very much on your 'phone.

post #3936 of 13841
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Originally Posted by som4ew View Post

Hi, I got my DX90 on Saturday, Dx90 with my Ath L3000 and FitEar 335 bass are impactful, fast and 3D but not so on HD800. Bass of DX90 depend very much on your 'phone.

Totally agree with you even though my HD600 can be driven directly on the DX50, my Pico Power and DX50 makes it sound way better.

The battery in the DX90 sure depletes fast, can't get anywhere near the DX50 consumption. I spend more time switching batteries. It's costly driving two dacs and the improved amp stage. I now carry a spare fully charged battery in my portable kit. What's been your experience?
Edited by musicheaven - 4/21/14 at 9:44am
post #3937 of 13841
Also on dsf drian Dx90 juice real fast.
post #3938 of 13841
@musicheaven Same here, lucky to make it 4-5 hours. I wish iBasso offered an extended battery kit with a back cover.
post #3939 of 13841
Agreed, I got my extra 2 slim batts. on ordered. Fat batt.can't be fitted with my case.
post #3940 of 13841

Will any of these batteries work with the DX90??

 

http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Galaxy-Replacement-Battery-T-Mobile/dp/B0089VO7OM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1398099314&sr=8-1&keywords=samsung+galaxy+s3+battery

 

http://www.amazon.com/Original-2300mAh-Battery-Samsung-protector/dp/B0088VUXTQ/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1398099314&sr=8-6&keywords=samsung+galaxy+s3+battery

 

http://www.amazon.com/GT-I9300-T-Mobile-Cellular-EB-L1G6LLU-Guarantee/dp/B00HVLNST6/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1398099314&sr=8-10&keywords=samsung+galaxy+s3+battery

 

Thanks!! :L3000:

post #3941 of 13841
Schitt, just went from $430 (free shipping) to $470 ($11 shipping) on Amazon!

Will wait.
post #3942 of 13841
I know some owners have used fatter batteries with the back case removed but I don't want to do that and it's not looking good. It's a trade off I guess. I was thinking of using a battery backup and use it in my pack but the decent ones with enough power are about the size of a sizeable amp so now back to the stack. I think I might just keeps using a spare battery and switch it when dying. frown.gif
post #3943 of 13841
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Originally Posted by musicheaven View Post

I know some owners have used fatter batteries with the back case removed but I don't want to do that and it's not looking good. It's a trade off I guess. I was thinking of using a battery backup and use it in my pack but the decent ones with enough power are about the size of a sizeable amp so now back to the stack. I think I might just keeps using a spare battery and switch it when dying. frown.gif
I fear this will be the only way for me too, the 2 I ordered are 2900mha and I guess will be ever so slightly not fitting
post #3944 of 13841
Hey guys does anyone know if depending on the gain you use it will have an inpact on the battery life. I find that with Dita there's no sound difference b/n low and high and wonder if it will save battery on low?

DX90 sounds a little digitally clicky on some tracks, but I guess that'll go away in a couple of weeks.fingers x
post #3945 of 13841
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Originally Posted by soundblast75 View Post

I fear this will be the only way for me too, the 2 I ordered are 2900mha and I guess will be ever so slightly not fitting

The KINPS battery is rated at 3250 MAH and provides longer run time than does the stock battery. I have used these batteries successfully in my DX50 and they are also working fine in my DX90. This battery is exactly the same size as a stock battery and the player back fits on OK.

I have not done any timed runs to exhaustion with either my DX50 or DX90 using these batteries, but if I can stop listening long enough, I will do so.
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