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post #5986 of 8034
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Originally Posted by Caruryn View Post
 

Thanks pal but i already have the anker 4400mah.The thing is that i don't like going out with the rubber case.It's too ugly.One must look cool when sporting such equipment :cool:.

For the ultra cool, everything is cool, it just happens. :^)

post #5987 of 8034

I thought the cover has some grounding function. are there any problems when using it without cover?

post #5988 of 8034
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Originally Posted by haens View Post
 

I thought the cover has some grounding function. are there any problems when using it without cover?

You are grounding the cover when on but no problem with it off. 

post #5989 of 8034
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Originally Posted by jamato8 View Post
 

You are grounding the cover when on but no problem with it off. 

 

I've used mine with the 4400mAh Anker battery since I got my DX90 without the back cover and only the silicon case and haven't had any issues so far.

 

//TB

post #5990 of 8034
Hi-just got my DX90 yesterday, having problems. Was able to load sd card with music and put it in the player (drag/drop on the PC). The files are read by the player, but only in the file section, don't register in album/artist sections. Probably need to retag, had similar issues with X3. Mostly rip my own cd's into lossless (ALAC), some hi rez downloads as well. I connected the player to pc via microusb, but computer didn't recognize it, show the internal memory as a drive. This would be useful for more music, even more for upgrading firmware, which I understand needs to be downloaded to the internal memory. Finally, charged it for hours yesterday. played it in the evening, battery ran out after a few minutes. Figured maybe it needed a longer initial charge, plugged in to wall via included charger, had it plugged all day (playing with headphones attached for burning in-figured while plugged in should still charge, works for most players that allow this). Unplugged tonight, same thing, lasted maybe a half hour, maybe less. Something I'm doing wrong? Do I need to return it to Amazon? (hate doing that). Probably some stuff on this previously in this thread, but can't slog through 400 pages, a link would be OK if someone knows it. Thanks. (getting worried this fine sounding player may turn out to be a lemon, just wait for Pono or Geek Wave is a possibility).
post #5991 of 8034

Maybe you were unlucky and got a defective one? 

post #5992 of 8034
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Originally Posted by lin0003 View Post

Maybe you were unlucky and got a defective one? 

Sounds like it. Battery life isn't great but mine certainly lasts longer than 30 minutes!
post #5993 of 8034
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Originally Posted by nmatheis View Post

Sounds like it. Battery life isn't great but mine certainly lasts longer than 30 minutes!

I'd agree; most likely a defective unit. However, I'd try doing a full power off and recharging again to make sure it isn't something "hanging" in the software.

//TB
post #5994 of 8034
Afraid of that...charging overnight, if same tomorrow will have to contact Amazon. Any ideas on the tagging problem?
post #5995 of 8034
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Afraid of that...charging overnight, if same tomorrow will have to contact Amazon. Any ideas on the tagging problem?

OR it could be a good DX90 with a bad battery...

[rant] I've bought some hi-res files from HD Tracks and found their tagging was ATROCIOUS!!! [/rant]

Are you using the same mSD card you used in your Fiio DAP with good results (i.e., it successfully built the database)? If so, I don't know what's going on. I have successfully used the same mSD cards in both Fiio X3/X5 and iBasso DX90 and don't see why it shouldn't work for you, too.
Edited by nmatheis - 6/7/14 at 11:39pm
post #5996 of 8034

I just reverted back to v2.00. It just sounds better IMHO.

 

I had been using the newer version for weeks and just felt it was sounding "ordinary" and that something was lacking.

 

V2.0.0 sounds a little brighter with more texture compared to v2.0.5.

 

Had to jump through a few hoops with the Batch Tool to revert back, but well  worth it.

Worked  without any problems.

 

Cheers!

post #5997 of 8034

What about my third world problem here guys?:mad: Anyone found a better battery than samsung without removing the backplate?

post #5998 of 8034
I'm using a Mugen 2300mah battery and getting about 6 hours per charge
post #5999 of 8034

Thanks, same as mine more or less.So unless we fatten the ibasso we'll be constantly looking for a plug...


Edited by Caruryn - 6/8/14 at 5:05am
post #6000 of 8034

I tested DAC function on notebook with Windows XP 32bit. It function, but sound have 1 or 2 seconds delay. Tested on youtube videos. Fw2.0.5.

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