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Voltage is voltage. The Anker charger provides the voltage required. What they say makes no sense. Yes, for me it works fine and has been working. When a 2200 or 3200 or 4400 reaches a predetermined voltage, the charging shuts off. The mA required to charge, the amount the battery can take on, does not affect this.
I use the 2 amp charger, one for the Samsung phone S4, but it doesn't matter what it for. With the 2 amp charger the battery gets charged quick, as it gets the amperes it wants, no more no less. I have two of the Samsung charges for that reason. Small, light, just wish the prongs folded up like some do.
I think they may have replaced the extra cable with the charger. I got the cable, but now the ad only mentions one coax cable which is always included with the DX90.
The charger seems like a better deal since the DX90 comes with the coaxial cable already.
I think they forgot to pack yours, as the charger is just in the USPS bag and not part of the official packaging. Here is everything that I got from ProStudio:
Maybe I tossed mine out with the trash
But when I ordered the ad did not mention the charger, so maybe it was not being offered at that time. I did pay only $430.
It was a bit lame to me that they shipped it in a bag and not in a box.
USB DAC driver release delayed? Manual?
That sucks, but I did paid $439 + $10 shipping...
Just saw the DT880 600ohm going for a good price on the web... Can the Dx90 drive them adequately? If someone can kindly give me its pros and cons I would really appreciate it..
A few days in and the K545 somewhat cannot satisfy me like it did T_T
dont know what's happened...
DT880 @ 600Ohms is a bit more sensitive (96 dBSPL/mW) than K545 @ 32Ohms (97 dBSPL/V)
To hit the 110 dB peak which is lough enough for most recordings (Pop, rock) K545 needs 4.4 Vrms and DT880 needs 3.8 Vrms. DX90 as per specs can only put out 2.8Vrms @ high gain. DT880 can sound louder than K545 but still not enough.