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iBasso DX120 pure DAP player. Balanced, single ended, line out and 2 micro SD slots. FW 2.9.21 now out!

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by Paul - iBasso, Aug 31, 2018.
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  1. Paul - iBasso
    Please be sure to be on the latest firmware. Unless a louder volume and harder to drive headphones are used, you should be getting better battery life than 7.5 hours. The case doesn't allow for the easiest use of the keys. I agree with that and I apologize for that. I am not sure why the DX120 would damage your lipo battery. Please try a firmware update and then a factory reset.
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  2. deja-vu
    The first thing i did after unboxing the player was updating the firmware to the current version v2.42.

    In my opinion, the lipo battery is overcharged because the DX120 does not switch off from the power bank after completion of the quick charging process.
    By charging the player overnight - much longer than 2 hours connected to the charger - , the lipo got overloaded and lost nearly the half of its capacity.

    Very weak performance, though the sound is convincing.
  3. Paul - iBasso
    I misunderstood you. You mean the battery of the DX120 is failing? Please email me at paul@ibasso.com so we can get this figured out.
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  4. Keko123
    My screen is very sensitive or has any issue? When i press the screen and slide my finger to scroll, in many cases the focus is fire.

    Screen detect focus in key press, not key up. So when I touch the screen and slide my finger, sometimes dap only interpret the touch and send the focus.

    Does anyone have this problem?
  5. Jarous1
    New firmware 2.4.59 :)
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  6. Copland62
    Just installed the new firmware 2.4.59 but .....the line-out output has become variable and not fixed as it was ..... ?
    something went wrong??
  7. Jarous1
    Previous version, 2.3.53:
    Improvements with this firmware:

    1. Supports USB OTG audio output and supports up to DSD64 via DoP.
    2. Improved DXD support.
    3. Allows slide operation when the title, album name, or artist name are too long to be displayed all at once on the main screen.
    4. Improved the thumbnail icon display speed of the album view.
    5. Improved the "Added" sorting function of the All Music view.
    6. Rectified the bug that some special characters were displayed as bold.
    7. Allows adjustment of the line out volume.
    8. Improved the CUE support.
    9. Improved the display speed with a large library.
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  8. Photoman
    Do this player have a deep sleep or standby mode?
  9. fqr
    funny side-note, after the last update, system info shows FW version V2.4.56... where it should be V2.4.59. :wink:
  10. deja-vu
    Is there any iBasso DX120 user, whose device turns the powerbank off after being fully charged - like a Samsung S7 for example ?
  11. JuanLuis91
    Hi guys,

    I have a query for the dx120 holders. When you choose the artist, do you have the option to listen to all his songs in a single list and not only for albums? In the cayin n3, it is possible, by the way.

    Juan Luis.
  12. audio123
    An outstanding DAP at its price point. Here is review on the iBasso DX120. Enjoy! :o2smile:

    Last edited: Feb 7, 2019
  13. vinhnc123
    Unfortunately no. The UI is not so convienient imo
  14. Philip Ha
    Before you select the artist you want to play, just touch and hold the artist name then you can see the popup menu "Play".

    Next touch "play" and you can see all the songs of that artist are listed.
    Last edited: Feb 7, 2019
  15. Mhog55
    Well, I've made it through the 1st 40 pages. Couple questions. The single ended power of daps has always been a mystery for me. The 120 has 1.8 vrms - roughly 100mw if I'm not mistaken. I use to have the Shanling M2s, which had 130mw single ended, and it could not push my Beoplay H6 to desirable listening levels. Will this dap be any different? My V40 has 2.0 vrms, and it pushes the H6 just fine. The only other headphones I would be forced to use single ended are the Phillips Fidelio X1, and they are somewhat power hungry. All my other cans would be used balanced - plenty of power there. Lastly, can anyone compare the 120 to the Opus #1s? I feel the #1s is the best sounding dap I've ever heard under 400 bucks. And tons of power single ended.
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