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post #3811 of 7891
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I tried it with a 1 gb seagate. Didnt't work. Also tried a 128 gb usb disk, Works fine but uses a lot of your battery.

 

 

Thanks for the reply. That's a shame.

 

Was the seagate requiring USB power or was it powered from a powerpoint and then connected?

 

Thanks!

post #3812 of 7891
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Something something... sacrifice a goat, then the virgins, then add lemon zest and eye of newt, something something.

 

Dudes - In English please and let's try to keep the thread on track.

post #3813 of 7891
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Originally Posted by likearake View Post
 

 

 

Thanks for the reply. That's a shame.

 

Was the seagate requiring USB power or was it powered from a powerpoint and then connected?

 

Thanks!

it was requiring USB power. I guess with it's own powerpoint it won't be a problem.

post #3814 of 7891
Thread Starter 

I emailed iBasso and 64bit will be implemented in the near future with the provision that you can disable it to use 32bit.

post #3815 of 7891

Will IBasso provide a driver for Mac OS X as well or only Windows?

post #3816 of 7891

with all the respect to Ibasso that really a good company with quality products. ibasso did
 a mistake when they relased DX90 they need to make at least 100,000 units, they didnt expect to such a high demand
i mean its out of stock after a very short amount of time
and the price pooped out!!  i still wait for it to be in stock again and the price will be
back (419$) for the rest of us.

post #3817 of 7891
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Originally Posted by jamato8 View Post
 

I emailed iBasso and 64bit will be implemented in the near future with the provision that you can disable it to use 32bit.

 

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Originally Posted by rmap View Post
 

Will IBasso provide a driver for Mac OS X as well or only Windows?

 

John, can you please find out a little more about the driver story. Disabling the 32-bit is somewhat far fetched and no timeframe has been provided as to when we should expect the drivers to be released, even an approximate timeframe is better than none. On the Mac side, what was their exact explanation for not doing it, was it a hardware issue, software incompatibility issue, what was it?

post #3818 of 7891

Hi guys,

 

do you know if DX90 will support a "charge only" USB mode? so that we can charge it, while listening to music when it's conected to a computer? It would be great since I don't have a dedicated charger at work ... And I noticed it was working that way when connected to a charger ...

thanks in advance for your answers

post #3819 of 7891

Try to click right mouse button on the DX drive in 'My Computer" and select "Eject".


Edited by karmazynowy - 4/20/14 at 11:12am
post #3820 of 7891
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Try to click right mouse button on the DX drive in 'My Computer" and select "Eject".


it doesn't work on my mac (I ejected both the player and SD card) ... it remains connected.

post #3821 of 7891
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Originally Posted by musicheaven View Post
 

 

 

John, can you please find out a little more about the driver story. Disabling the 32-bit is somewhat far fetched and no timeframe has been provided as to when we should expect the drivers to be released, even an approximate timeframe is better than none. On the Mac side, what was their exact explanation for not doing it, was it a hardware issue, software incompatibility issue, what was it?

The thing that is bothersome to me is that, you cannot say if something has a certain feature unless it already does.  How do they know the drivers will make it functional?  Did they ever have a prototype working as a standalone USB source?  

 

If you say drivers to get it work, how do they know they only need the drivers for it to work?  I'm uneasy about this.

 

I'm assuming they are working on the drivers and not sure if that feature would work.

 

Also, I'm curious how the LO works.


Edited by SilverEars - 4/20/14 at 11:33am
post #3822 of 7891
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Originally Posted by monkkx View Post

Hi guys,

do you know if DX90 will support a "charge only" USB mode? so that we can charge it, while listening to music when it's conected to a computer? It would be great since I don't have a dedicated charger at work ... And I noticed it was working that way when connected to a charger ...
thanks in advance for your answers
You need a charge only USB cable...
post #3823 of 7891
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Originally Posted by wickson View Post

You need a charge only USB cable...

 

....which is easy to make from any USB cable by simply taping over just the middle contacts leaving only the outside (left & right) contacts exposed.  Presto, only voltage (+/-5V) will be transfered, no signal data.

post #3824 of 7891
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Originally Posted by burtomr View Post

....which is easy to make from any USB cable by simply taping over just the middle contacts leaving only the outside (left & right) contacts exposed.  Presto, only voltage (+/-5V) will be transfered, no signal data.
Exactly, I made a 6 inch USB male to female charge only. Handy to have
post #3825 of 7891

I'm new to HiFi DAPs (coming from cowon J3), I'm the typical lazy/picky newbee tht expect such a comon feature (in cameras, phones, ...) to be implemented at software level, rather than tweaking cables ;)

I appreciate all your prompt answers don't get me wrong, but iBasso seems to have dedicated all efforts on the sound (brilliant), and neglected the software ... but thanks again for your answers, I'll shout a feature request to iBasso.

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