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Gotta Call SPaul
Not call but message.
It was a first thing i did. Waiting for a reply from him.
Same was with my item. Repair only.
wait.. so we have 2 people here that have had their dx200 go dead... and the company says u have to send them back for repair? a $1000 dap dies within 6 months, and u have to ship them to where for repair?... china? I'd be glad to ship the unit back... but for that kinda money... ibasso needs to be shipping me a new one.
and on top of this, the firmware is still buggy, causing crashes, and audible noise when changing sample rates, and possibly when the volume is too low?
I'm beginning to think I should just ship mine back unopened when it gets here. my note2 into rsa predator sounds pretty damn good, doesn't have any of these problems... and doesn't cost $1000.
hopefully I'm misunderstanding something? please correct me if I'm wrong. maybe there's really not as many problems here as there seems to be?
almost same man!
mine is 100% to 76% in 2hours using volume, 82 only mango OS, balanced
I've ever let DX200 drain out to completely 0% one time. In the first time to make my DX200 arise, It need more times than usual charging. I use aukey cable and aukey wall charger since I believe in aukey product quality. If you don't mind to buy cable&charger more, I recommended you buy them via Aliexpress.
thank you Paul and Team Ibasso! looking forward for the new firmware and fixes.
Mine at 140 hours burn in.
I can trust my ears that sound has blossomed up and continous to its process.
Let's say you see a photo then overtime it goes vibrant and more alive, put that into sound and that's how I can describe it.
Hope this helps.
Hmmm.... kinda makes me think of car-buying. Never buy a car in the first model year, or the first year of a design change. Let other buyers suffer through the manufacturer sorting through the design/build problems.
On the other hand, lots of folks want the 'latest and greatest' and can tolerate the discomfort of knowing that they may need to work with the manufacturer to get the performance they hope for out of that new cool model. And, the risk that they will be the poor individual who gets the lemon the manufacturer just can't fix. A big part of that proposition is that the belief that the manufacturer will make that poor guy 'whole' in the end.
iBasso seems to be working hard to iron out the wrinkles, but it would be unrealistic to expect things to snap over to 'perfect' in just a few weeks.
All that said, gotta feel pretty bad for the buyers who plunked down nearly $1000 only to end up with a brick or either many days with a non-functioning device or weeks without a device in hand (@MrBaker, @All999).
it's like everything in life, you buy new and cost much and works great overtime but still another product cheaper outperforms in some way or the other.
this time sound quality of dx200 is satisfying comparing nearing or top price range.
so far quality is top notch and some bugs which is being fixed.
if these devices has been bricked and up for replacement it will be great, but the question is how did it get bricked?
it could be multi reasons on consumer or manufacturer side , i believe this can be answered when you returned it where you purchase it from.
as the usual goes, if it cant be fixed they will replace it or might as well replace it immediately.
on a brighter comparison, it's like love. a decent partner will possibly not work eventually for you... yet someone that is probably out of your choice range is the one that'll make you happy.
ayyyyyeeeeeee! chill bruhs.
I threw the WM1Z after 50 hours burning in with the DX200 in hand!
You don't need to throw them away. You can give it to me
throw it into my hand please
LOL, I would like to do so, friends!
sry, I mixed it in gold bulls and melted it
can you elaborate this.
is this an expression or most of saying DX200 is in a way preferable than WM1Z in sound quality after burn in? (takeway the price comparison for now)