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FiiO X5 preview world tour--tour members, claim your souvenir for the X5 tour! p.123

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by joe bloggs, Dec 20, 2013.
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  1. mikroski
    One question
    Can I use Portable External Solid State Storage Drive connect to X5 (USB OTG)? http://www.amazon.com/MyDigitalSSD-SuperSpeed-Portable-External-Storage/dp/B00EZ2FRP2/ref=zg_bs_3015429011_3
    If yes, it will be great 256GB HDD + 2x64GB card will be enough in daily use for me
  2. miceblue
    If you don't mind me asking, what do you possibly listen to to have 384 GB worth of music for daily use?

    Say you have an 11.5 minute song at 24/192 and it's 418 MB of in size (numbers are based on such a file I have from HD Tracks): 384 GB = 393216 MB = 940 files like this = 10818 minutes of music, or 180 hours, or 7.5 straight days of music.

    Do you really listen to that much music? o.0
  3. VXAce
    Math! Though that does make a lot of sense... some people (like me!) are just after the e-peen. 
  4. miceblue
    To answer the question though, Joe Bloggs mentioned in an update post that USB OTG will be supported in the future.


    The X5 also officially supports the new 128 GB microSD cards as confirmed by JamesFiiO.
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  5. mikroski

    ha ha ha ha I knew, it will have a question [​IMG]
    I'm working at home. I listen to music all the time during work. At night, when my wife watch TV, I listen to music. So let say, 90% of time from 8.00 - 24.00, I leave the music play continuously.
    in the past I working in my 2 channels room and listen to music at the same time all day long
    But due to illness of my wife, I have to stay with her in living room, never go into music room for five months now. I just jump into this hobby recently. I start rip my cd, it over 200GB already and still have a lots. I want all my albums keep in one place, so I can select any album at any time, my long habit.
    So, small solid state hdd, will be a best solution for me [​IMG]
  6. miceblue
    Ah mmk. That makes much more sense then. Nice Martin Logans. :p
  7. bcarr112281
    Sorry to hear of your wife's difficulties.
    Enjoy the music.
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  8. mikroski

    Thanks friend. She's better now. But she have to quit her job, it better for her health, nothing serious. [​IMG]
  9. peareye
    Sorry about your wife...the extra hard drive now makes sense! Also, love the Liverpool room but I don't see photo of Peter Crouch!!!
    mikroski likes this.
  10. mikroski

    Thanks, very appreciate [​IMG]
    now, go on with X5, before we go deep in details of doctor's treatment or Manchester united  [​IMG]
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  11. nmatheis Contributor
    Hi all,

    I was wondering if anyone who's auditioned the X5 has the X3 + E12 DIY combo and can comment if one of the buffer + opamp combos makes the X3 + E12 DIY sound similar to the X5. Asking because I've got an X3 + E12 DIY plus some additional opamps recommended in the E12 DIY thread. It'd be nice if I could replicate the X5's sound with that combo :).

  12. H20Fidelity Contributor
    Well, my X5 review is almost done, I spaced it out over a couple of days.

    I just need to write the conclusion which will take about 10 minutes then proof read it.

    Here's a couple of teaser photos.

  13. miceblue
    My review has been fact-checked and I published it:

  14. DMinor
    Only one question about your review. What happened to your ipod click wheel in this pic? [​IMG]
  15. skalkman
    Looks like the iPod just has a protective film over it that's pealing or is filled with air bubbles.
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