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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. H20Fidelity Contributor

    Let the DX200 break in for while, then you'll understand you won't be needing your Sony Walkman anymore.

    Should have good resale value atm. :wink:
     
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  2. newtophones07
    I do wish this had dual SD card slots for this much $$. I want to try the newer ess dac :frowning2:
     
  3. twister6 Contributor
    OK, so we had plenty of pretty unboxing pictures, now it's time to get down and dirty [​IMG]
     
    Someone mentioned in one of the previous posts about having an issue with a volume wheel, and Paul suggested it's very easy to take the side panel off in order to fix it.  I thought my DX200 review unit had a rather stiff volume wheel, so I figured - a little DIY wouldn't hurt.  Just need a screwdriver with a torx bit (T6) and you are in business!  Very easy to take the corner side panel off, and then wheel is easy to take out as well.  Now, the volume wheel is easy to turn.  Here are a few pictures for your enjoyment.
     
    dx200-x01.jpg   dx200-x02.jpg
    dx200-x03.jpg   dx200-x04.jpg
    dx200-x05.jpg   dx200-x06.jpg
     
    Also, as all of you are aware, AMP module is removable and replaceable.  The module has a very secure attachment, figured some might enjoy a few pictures as well.
     
    dx200-x07.jpg   dx200-x08.jpg
    dx200-x09.jpg   dx200-x10.jpg
     
    Quality design!
     
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  4. twister6 Contributor
     
    Yeah, would have been great with dual uSD and internal 128GB, BUT keep in mind, for this much $$ we're talking about one of the cheapest flagship DAPs (Opus#2 - $1.6k, LPG - $2k, WM1Z - $3.2k, AK380 - $3.5k-$5k).
     
  5. artpiggo
    I have a quick question. Can I downgrade the firmware?
     
  6. headwhacker
     
    I have not tried on DX200 yet but from old iBasso DAPs you can just download the old firmware put it the SD card and do a manual update.
     
  7. JaRGoNzZ
    Got my dx200 today but was trying to update and it fail. Downloaded from ibasso.com. anything i did wrong? Followed the steps from user manual. Thanks in advance.
     
  8. irrefleumas

    Have you extracted it first? After you extract it, there are 2 files, 1 note file of how to update and the other is zip. Use the zip and copy to dx200
     
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  9. JaRGoNzZ

    Ohh.. how stupid of me. I just copied to sd card without unzipping.

    Anyway i tried using HD6XX with high gain and turned volume up to 140. It that normal? Felt a bit underpower.

    Thank you very much
     
  10. jamato8 Contributor

    I have been using the Utopia and the HE1000 V2 balanced. The HE1000 are harder to drive but 120 volume setting works fine and there is plenty of headroom. Are you using balanced or single ended? 
     
  11. headwhacker
    The Single ended (3.5mm) is about have the voltage swing as the balanced (2.5mm). With my HD800 120 - 130 is plenty loud. 
     
  12. irrefleumas
    Hello, what is the impedance of this player? Both se and balanced
     
  13. JaRGoNzZ

    Im using SE for HD6XX. Guess i need to get a balanced cable
     
  14. tkteo
    Auditioning the DX200 at Music Sanctuary shop.

    DSC_0027.jpg
     
  15. ahossam
    Just got my first crash error, the launcher stop error when downloading album from tidal.
     
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