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Thank you Jamato. Nice to hear that!
I asked them about this the other day. They said in the next FW after one they had coming out but for me (so I guess that means the next one), I don't really notice it. Had some delay on the Sony WM1Z before the last update and didn't mind it but it all gets fixed it seems.
Updated to new firmware and I still have screen problem where its touching on its own, time to send it for warranty.
UPDATE: On March 1st a new firmware was released to address the most pressing issues:
Improvements with this firmware:
1. Touch panel sensitivity adjusted.
I can definitely notice this as someone who had a good unit.
it seems i have to use more pressure now.
Zero issues with mine so far and still loving this thing.
It seems not to be a huge bug removal rom. I think I will just pass this and wait for next one.
Can the DX200 be used as a DAC/headphone amp for an iPhone 7? If yes, does it need the camera connection kit? If no, will this feature be added via firmware? Thanks
I tried it and it worked with the camera adapter. However the iPhone volume controls the ibasso volume and doesn't work properly, there's something weird going on there.
My bad unit is not fixed (still ghost taps).
My good unit is now much more difficult to control though. Needs a lot of pressure and sometimes it requires multiple attempts. For me this touch panel sensitivity adjustment is not welcome, I strongly prefer the previous state. Can we make it switchable Paul?
My review is now up.
I do hear some of you are still having some UI issues.
I hope they will be sorted out soon.
Paul from iBasso is definitely listening.
Not a word. Just ... crickets
Is the internal memory really wiped after installing the new update?
@Paul - iBasso Is it required to reset the DX200 after installing the update?
1. Nope, unless you reset factory
2. I am not Paul, but my point of view is it is just recommendation. I just have done it in case only there is strange behavior after new rom is installed.
Is it possible to install update without sd card?
Yes, you can put the update zip into internal memory.