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DX200=Affordable High End Audio. Dual ES9028Pro dacs. AMP1, AMP3, AMP5, AMP7 & AMP8 ***Firmware support now up for AMP9***

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by paul - ibasso, Dec 17, 2015.
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  1. highfell
    I have noticed that 24 bit/ 94kHz tracks seem to sound really smooth with the DX200 and AMP9.

    I would like to try some upsampling software which also ideally has some noise shaping maybe mirroring (to any extent) what Rob Watts has done at Chord.

    What I am looking for is an offline programme that can covert my Flac files from 16 bit/44.1 khz to 24/94, so I can save these newly converted files onto my SDcards.

    It would need to run on a Mac not Windows.

    Thanks
     
  2. truenobzr
    Does anyone has auto shutdown issue with AMP8 under latest firmware and lurker addon?? System auto shutdown under 5min after reboot, I can’t listen even one song... Seems don’t have such problem with AMP5 and AMP9.
     
  3. Pictograms
    Have you tried a factory reset and re install lurker? Seems to sort out lots of problems... but I haven’t personally experienced this problem
     
  4. ExpatinJapan
    D21278BD-682F-454F-8D56-79EA2D088C87.jpeg

    ‘Ello ello! Wots all this about then, eh?!’
     
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  5. Dobrescu George
  6. Lurker0
    From the picture, the first Android device ever that adjusts lock screen theme to match casing color. Still in beta.
     
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  7. Pictograms
    I am having a strange bug with the dx200 and amp 9... I am currently using campfire audio cascade at volume 2! Waaaay to loud to listen any higher. I have never got-swapped amps.
    I’ll be doing a factory reset tonight.
    Yesterday the volume would not change from 80 even though the indicator would say different levels numbers. So I turned off the dx200 unplugged and replugged amp9 and that fixed it until just now.
     
  8. jamato8 Contributor
    I would do use the Android Tool and and .img firmware to reload the firmware on the DX200 and then do an update to the latest fw to clear any bugs.

    Or try reloading the newest firmware.
     
    Last edited: Aug 4, 2019
  9. Pictograms
    Thanks! That’s my plan, it just depends on finding my computer... haven’t used it in weeks.
    I was more just putting the bug out there, I was wondering if anyone having issues with Amp9 being underpowered for iems we’re suffering from something similar
     
  10. Matpar
    Amp9 on its way, can't wait to plug It to my dx200 :)

    Let's see how does It performs.. After ages of 2.5 balanced, I am really curious :)
     
  11. singleended5863
    You won’t regret amp9 sounding. I switch back and forth between the DX200TI and DX220 amp9 has exceptionally excellent on both. However, you would let it break in throughly you wouldn’t be disappointing. Happy listening.
     
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  12. Matpar
    I have a pair of Audeze isine 20 on test from a friend.. I believe they might reveal to be a good match in this setup.. hopefully :wink:

    Btw, in balanced mode with amp3 they Just don't work. :frowning2:
     
    Last edited: Aug 8, 2019
  13. Dobrescu George
    I agree, you can't regret AMP9 in terms of sound, it is sublime. The only thing I can wish, is that AMP 9 had more power :)
     
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  14. Snowball0906
    Hi, may I know if it’s normal that my dx220 drain from 75% to 49% after listening for an hour? Using d it with amp1v2 with medium gain.
     
  15. Pictograms
    You can always hope for a software glitch like mine had, listened to Beyerdynamic T90 on volume 10! But I did a factory reset for fear of breaking either my ears or Amp9
     
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