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post #3736 of 8023
Using the burn in cable on mine right now while I go about my daily activities. Any suggestions for what volume setting to use?
post #3737 of 8023
I had contacted iBasso regarding the burn-in cable and volume and this was their response:
 
Hi,
thank you for your email.
Volume level doesnt affect burn-in.  You can set the DX90 at any volume level when burning in the DX90.
 
Sincerely

iBasso Audio

 

 

So you can go crazy with the volume level and gain if you want. 

post #3738 of 8023
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Originally Posted by AmberOzL View Post
 

British humor is the best humor. I still watch and like Monty Python :happy_face1:

 

PS: I am not British and English is not my native language.

 I am British and am probably humorous more than is good for me. I recently wrote 'Happy Easter Jesus' to a Mexican client called Jesus Something . . .  I got no reply :D

post #3739 of 8023
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Originally Posted by jon parker View Post
 

 I am British and am probably humorous more than is good for me. I recently wrote 'Happy Easter Jesus' to a Mexican client called Jesus Something . . .  I got no reply :D


And you wonder why? :D

post #3740 of 8023
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And you wonder why? :D

 

Oh there's more. . .

 

This is after an email (which he took very well) where i told him [humbly but firmly] there was nothing wrong with my [audio related] work and that he must have a problem with his ears !! 

I was just thinking though I should be a bit more professional! I forget Im on the work email rather than my own!

(its ok though - he is a nice fella)

 

Annnddd just to avoid upsetting anyone...

 

DX90 - has a far more humorous lift in the low mids than the DX50?

 

there we go, back on track, back to the thread :D

post #3741 of 8023

Not sure if anyone already mentioned this, iBasso is going to release the Windows driver for USB DAC in the next 10 days.

post #3742 of 8023

So no reviews yet? damn

post #3743 of 8023
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Originally Posted by Sorensiim View Post

As a father of two, I've often wanted to start selling a line of chloroform pillowcases.

Checked with wife. She's not going for it frown.gif
post #3744 of 8023
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Originally Posted by R1ncewind View Post

So no reviews yet? damn

http://www.head-fi.org/t/714421/the-dx90-by-ibasso-please-post-your-reviews-and-impressions/0_20
post #3745 of 8023
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Originally Posted by headwhacker View Post
 

Not sure if anyone already mentioned this, iBasso is going to release the Windows driver for USB DAC in the next 10 days.

 

What's the source of this information? :O

 

I am so HYPED! :P

post #3746 of 8023
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Originally Posted by philiptw View Post
 

 

What's the source of this information? :O

 

I am so HYPED! :P

 

Quote:
 

Hi,
We are finalizing the USB-DAC driver recently.  We can release it within 10 days.  It is for Windows 32bit system.  

Sincerely
iBasso Audio

 

post #3747 of 8023
So 64 bit users are out of luck
post #3748 of 8023
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So 64 bit users are out of luck

 

I assume they are compatible? 

post #3749 of 8023
Hopefully 32bit drivers would be compatible with 64bit systems...
post #3750 of 8023
Quote:
 

Hi,
We are finalizing the USB-DAC driver recently.  We can release it within 10 days.  It is for Windows 32bit system.  

Sincerely
iBasso Audio

 

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Originally Posted by nc8000 View Post

So 64 bit users are out of luck
 

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Originally Posted by philiptw View Post
 

 

I assume they are compatible? 

 

I hope that is just a joke cause according to Microsoft it won't work and there are plenty of PCs out there with 64-bit Windows. The good news they are saying below is definitively not going to be a good one. :mad:

It seems to me that they are still programming in the dark ages. Those drivers should not be that hard to port to 64-bit environment.

 

32-bit versus 64-bit drivers and programs

If you’re running a 64-bit version of Windows, your computer needs a 64-bit driver for every piece of hardware installed on your PC or connected to it. For example, if you're trying to install a printer that only has a 32-bit driver available, it won't install in a 64-bit version of Windows. But the good news is there are tens of thousands of devices available today with 64-bit drivers, which Windows can automatically find and install for you.

 

Edited by musicheaven - 4/19/14 at 11:35am
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