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post #5971 of 6029
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Originally Posted by KK-android View Post

normal: dx200 play music from his inner or outer memory.
does the dx200 use memory through xmos ?

DX200 always uses XMOS chip for music playback. What's the question?

post #5972 of 6029
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Originally Posted by JacquesDewitt View Post
 

hi

Has anyone been able to occupy dac mode on windows 10 without problems?
I see error code 52 and the only option that appears is to restart on each occasion to disable the digital signature of drivers using the boot menu.
Someone could solve it another way?


I only use foobar, and the ASIO driver, combo with the SACD decoder.

Everything is running fine.

I do have USB 3.0 port though, and I never use it other than my foobar playback device.

post #5973 of 6029
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Originally Posted by AlanHell View Post
 


I only use foobar, and the ASIO driver, combo with the SACD decoder.

Everything is running fine.

I do have USB 3.0 port though, and I never use it other than my foobar playback device.

Many thanks, I can finally get audio on windows.
Is there any difference between the asio and ibasso driver?

regards

post #5974 of 6029

Finally it arrives but I cannot try it yet because I am awaiting a 1-1 exchange.

 

Tempered Glass Protector

post #5975 of 6029

DX200 sounds pretty good to me right out of the box.  Still <10 hours because I want to hear some of the changes as they're occurring.  My impression is that it seemed a little lacking in bass quality and quantity at the moment but imaging is very good.  I think it already surpasses a fully burned-in DX100 in that category.  It's exciting to think how much better this will sound in time.  It's also frightening to think it will trigger a search for new (expensive) cans to make the most of it. 

 

One thing that's troubling is the difficulty inserting the micro SD card.  I suppose I won't do it too often but I needed a small metal piece to help align the card for insertion/removal.

post #5976 of 6029

Lurkero

On usb mode i can't put the high gain, right? I use hibyMusic

post #5977 of 6029
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Originally Posted by irrefleumas View Post

I really wish the AMP2 gives more thicker sound, warmer and more spacious

+1000
post #5978 of 6029
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Originally Posted by Bastianpp View Post
 

On usb mode i can't put the high gain, right?

Try Android Settings, there is a gain switch there. For me it works - just tried with UAPP.

post #5979 of 6029
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Originally Posted by Lurker0 View Post

DX200 always uses XMOS chip for music playback. What's the question?

I tought ,

normal sound data : memory -> es9028 -> amp

usb dac mode   : memory -> xmos -> es9028 -> amp


so, i was thinking the sound quality between both logic is not same.
post #5980 of 6029
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Originally Posted by KK-android View Post


I tought ,

normal sound data : memory -> es9028 -> amp

usb dac mode   : memory -> xmos -> es9028 -> amp


so, i was thinking the sound quality between both logic is not same.

As they are all digital, there should be no impact on sound quality.

post #5981 of 6029
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Originally Posted by kevindiu View Post

As they are all digital, there should be no impact on sound quality.

Hi kevindiu.

yea, i think so too.

but, i thought xmos asynchronous clocking affect their sounds to good.

i like lurker0's usb audio for dx200 sound more than normal Mango OS player.
post #5982 of 6029
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Originally Posted by KK-android View Post


Hi kevindiu.

yea, i think so too.

but, i thought xmos asynchronous clocking affect their sounds to good.

i like lurker0's usb audio for dx200 sound more than normal Mango OS player.

 

I think all the sound to be affected is in DAC/amp not the USB chips, as USB always work with binary.

 

I am not sure if I am wrong here, correct me if anything wrong. :)

post #5983 of 6029
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Originally Posted by KK-android View Post

I tought ,

normal sound data : memory -> es9028 -> amp
usb dac mode   : memory -> xmos -> es9028 -> amp

I said befoer, that the path is always something->xmos->es9028->amp. ES9028 inputs are cottected only to XMOS, and accepts data only from XMOS.

post #5984 of 6029
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post
 

 

Have you tried just listening in normal Android mode? I've personally preferred the Android mode from an SQ perspective and saves me the hassle of Mango OS' lag.

 

Yes I did i I found it to be fixed.

 

@Paul - iBasso Any perspectives on international FW update availability?

post #5985 of 6029
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by all999 View Post
 

 

Yes I did i I found it to be fixed.

 

@Paul - iBasso Any perspectives on international FW update availability?


In a couple of days. The FW that became available has a few bugs that are being fixed.

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