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Ibasso DX90 Headphone Jack problems.

post #1 of 5
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Hi, first time poster.
I've been using the combo of ATH M50x headphones along with the Ibasso DX90 portable audio player.
I love the sound I'm getting, and the relative portability.

However, just about two months after purchasing the DX90 (the much more expensive of the two),
I notice that when I move the connection for the Phone Out jack to the right (or left), the right channel had been silenced.


This has happened to a few other players I've had (such as the Sansa Clip +, which I just assumed was cheap, and I was being too rough).
I realize that I probably shouldn't leave the player in my pocket at all.

Now, the same thing happens when shifting it to the other direction, the other channel is silent.
I have the warranty for it, but I'm wondering if  when I get the new one, is there a way I could really prevent this happening?
Is there a way I could fix it without extensive effort where I risk damage to the thing by opening it up?

I'm sure this is a common problem. Unfortunately, mine's a fairly expensive problem, and I don't want to lose the set up I've got.

I'll appreciate any input.

post #2 of 5
Thread Starter 

Update:
Just looked up my warranty.
It expired.
Now I'm a little stressed and angry.
I wasn't so rough that a 400$ item would break like that after a month.

Still will take any suggestions.

post #3 of 5
I'm pretty sure that the DX90 has a 1 year warranty if you purchased from an iBass authorized distributor. You should double check.
post #4 of 5

Hi, were you able to fix this jack problem. Am facing the same issue with phoneout in dx90.

post #5 of 5
I have the same problem. Shipping from Canada to China is no joke.
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