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Originally Posted by bobby12 View Post


At least you aren't attacking iBasso for 'lying' about the battery life, or Pisen for 'lying' about the capacity of the battery, or every other company for 'lying' about something

 

Wait, what, the battery is less than 8 hours ?!? ;)

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Jamato's is more.

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Mine gets to about 9. 

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Originally Posted by jon parker View Post

Wait, what, the battery is less than 8 hours ?!? wink.gif
If you listen to high quality files. Battery life is usually tested using 128kbps and in perfect conditions.
Battery isn't 2100mAh either like with all batteries. The OEM S3 battery has a higher capacity than the Pisen one even though they are both rated at 2100. The OEM just comes closer to that amount. And they are both still better than the fakes which are also rated at 2100.
Edited by bobby12 - 7/4/14 at 9:39pm
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Got mine today. It absolutely sings with my 1964 ears V3. Not so much with HD700 or klipsch x10. I'm very happy with my purchase.
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Originally Posted by jamato8 View Post

I joined two of the Samsung batteries together. Run time is much longer, as would be expected. Sound very good. They charge fine in the DX90. I use the silicon case to hold everything in, which make a nice combo. 
Could you post some pictures of this mod, pls?
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Hey people! I just got my iBasso DX90 today. However upon turning it on and plugging it into the computer I realized the computer isn't detecting it? Any help on this guys?

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Try a different USB port?
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Check also if DX90 USB settings are set to storage mode.

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Just got my dx90 and enjoying it immensely. I'm about to take it on a long plane journey and am bringing spare batteries. I'm assuming changing the battery is as easy as taking off the back panel.  But - it doesn't come off so easily and I don't want to start poking and pulling and break my new dx90. Can anyone give me basic instructions on how to remove the back panel and change the battery?

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It's tight but just press and push and it will come off. Putting it back it will not closse completely
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Get my extended back cover & large capacity 5500 mah battery 2 days ago from Jaben China, tested it with first fully charge

 

Gear: SE846    9ohms

Gain: Mid

Volume: 180

Files: Flac/Alac  16/44.1

Times: 16hrs plus

 

This just the first charged, I think it will improve the battery life after few charges

Still no sign of any SQ changes, these need to test it back to back few times

 

Below is some pictures

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by IainG View Post

 

Just got my dx90 and enjoying it immensely. I'm about to take it on a long plane journey and am bringing spare batteries. I'm assuming changing the battery is as easy as taking off the back panel.  But - it doesn't come off so easily and I don't want to start poking and pulling and break my new dx90. Can anyone give me basic instructions on how to remove the back panel and change the battery?


do not press with one finger in the middle but with two fingers about 2 cm from each side

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I hold mine upside down with the bottom pointing away from me. I hold it by the sides and press down and away (towards the bottom) with my thumbs, one on each side of the cover.
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http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00JRGLX3G/
it just dropped to $400 on amazon.
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