or Connect
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Portable Source Gear ›  DX90. 2X Sabre,1st page: Downloads, info&inst. . ! Lurker0 FW Mod link 1st page !!. .NEW FW! 2.3.0 . . . . .
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

DX90. 2X Sabre,1st page: Downloads, info&inst. . ! Lurker0 FW Mod link 1st page !!. .NEW FW! 2.3.0 . . . . . - Page 398

post #5956 of 13841
Quote:
Originally Posted by Randomlogic View Post


Have you tried it with a different set of headphones. Could be a cable problem

I thought that as well but it was completely fine out of the line out.
post #5957 of 13841
Quote:
Originally Posted by headwhacker View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by jamato8 View Post
 

Pretty much true. Very few Apple computers there in relation to Microsoft based. Just the way it is. I have a Mac but I can always get Parallels and run windows or do Boot camp but I would go with Parallels and most likely will pretty soon. 

 



Parallels and VMware works like a charm. You can even setup your VMs so that apps on Windows behave like a native MacOS app. Unfortunately, iBasso's 32 bit USB DAC driver doesn't work at least on Windows XP when I tried. But i was able to switch back and fort between FW versions flawlessly.

Virtual Box is completely free and is a good alternative. But it still has issues with USB devices. It still does not support USB 3.0

there's also crossover, which is a commercialized version of wine, and which allows you to run many [but not all] windows programs on a mac- it uses the win32 api to create a "bottle" for your program, instead of a whole virtualized machine, i haven't tried it in this application, but i think there's a free trial for it, and it might be worth a look to keep things even simpler.

post #5958 of 13841
Quote:
Originally Posted by jk47 View Post
 

there's also crossover, which is a commercialized version of wine, and which allows you to run many [but not all] windows programs on a mac- it uses the win32 api to create a "bottle" for your program, instead of a whole virtualized machine, i haven't tried it in this application, but i think there's a free trial for it, and it might be worth a look to keep things even simpler.

 

Nah I tried it. You are most likely to run into compatibility issues especially interacting with USB devices. You will have to test each application and you will end up doing individual configuration which is a big headache. Also It's not virtualization. It's an instruction set translator which has performance penalties.

 

Full virtualize platform is the way to go. Newer processors have specific registers/instruction code for which virtualization takes advantage of.


Edited by headwhacker - 6/5/14 at 7:26am
post #5959 of 13841

Hi

 

My dex 90 has only 3.5 to 4 hours of autonomy is this normal?

and also skip button dosent work properly ,when i skip the song it pause the player ,wieard

 

Does anyone else have this problem?

 

thx:confused:

post #5960 of 13841
post #5961 of 13841

 

Awesome find!

post #5962 of 13841
Bah! I just ordered another 64gb SanDisk card yesterday.
post #5963 of 13841
Thread Starter 

I ordered one the other day, just contacted Amazon, and they are refunding 20 dollars. Thanks for posting the deal, I would have never known!


Edited by jamato8 - 6/6/14 at 7:36am
post #5964 of 13841

 

Best Buy has same deal  Here

post #5965 of 13841
Quote:
Originally Posted by burtomr View Post

Best Buy has same deal  Here

Bestbuy.Com won't ship to Canada, amazon.Com will for some items...

No problem @jamato8.
post #5966 of 13841
Quote:
Originally Posted by headwhacker View Post

I use O2 to drive my Beyer T1. I'm pretty sure it should be more than enough to drive HD600 with authority with a little more juice to spare. You should hear the DX90's dual DAC in it's full glory. O2 won't stand on it's way.
I was about to buy the 02 but Im thinking if the sound improvement will still be noticeable. :/ what can you say about this?
post #5967 of 13841
Is the ticking sound when im trying to turn on/off the dx90 normal? O.o
post #5968 of 13841
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gabriel12 View Post

Is the ticking sound when im trying to turn on/off the dx90 normal? O.o


yep

post #5969 of 13841
Quote:
Originally Posted by Randomlogic View Post


yep
Thanks for your quick reply man. No need to worry now. smily_headphones1.gif
post #5970 of 13841
Is it just me or is the the DX90 + CK100 Pro kind of fatiguing? Only had my unit burned in for ~200 hours if it affects it.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Portable Source Gear
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Portable Source Gear ›  DX90. 2X Sabre,1st page: Downloads, info&inst. . ! Lurker0 FW Mod link 1st page !!. .NEW FW! 2.3.0 . . . . .