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iFi audio xDSD- The Official Thread

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  1. hamachan
    Have you read this? You can lean why iFi does not support aptx HD. IFi does not address LDAC though, while I do not care LDAC or aptx HD since I use wired connection if I want to listen seriously. I use BT mode just casual listening only so current BT implementation is satisfactory enough.
    https://www.head-fi.org/threads/ifi-audio-xdsd-the-official-thread.873787/page-29#post-14210251
     
    Last edited: Sep 2, 2019
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  2. dcime
    I wish you the best success in your search. If you need help or have any questions I, or someone on Head-Fi will be eager to help!:L3000:
     
  3. dcime
    Sorry if I offended you. I only try to be honest. In my humble sense, my knowledge is certainly not as advanced as many others here on the forums. Thank you I wish you only the very best!
     
  4. Bansaku
    No worries, it's a learning experience. :metal::sunglasses:
     
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  5. dcime
    Thank you. 6ou are very kind for understanding. I'm certain mamy others and myself can learn much from you and our peers.:headphones:
     
    Last edited: Sep 3, 2019
  6. McCol
    Any further feedback when using the Senn 660s?
    Trying to decide between the xdsd and micro bl. I know the micro will be more powerful but looking to see if the xdsd will power them enough
     
  7. iFi audio
    Thanks. We believe that we did our homework as far as BT goes.
     
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  8. Bansaku
    @iFi audio Oh snap, yesterday my xDSD started showing the double red input/khz. That indicates leakage of the power for the circuits yes? Should I be worried? :thinking:
     
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  9. iFi audio
    Hmmm, we'll ask our tech staff about this, but can you please also open up a ticket on our support platform just in case?

    http://support.ifi-audio.com/index.php
     
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  10. dcime
    Quoted from the iFI official website:

    "Magenta is the official MQA LED colour on iFi machines. When MQA is being played on legacy machines without the magenta LED option, the LED colour will be white/yellow corresponding to the 384kHz file being played."

    Then the very next sentence:

    "The actual LED colour is cosmetic – once firmware v5.30 is installed, the correct MQA filter is activated during MQA playback."

    I currently am using the latest iFI driver: Cookies & Cream 5.3.0.
    (I also have tried verision 5.2.0 with same results xDSD displaying magenta with MQA tracks.

    My takeaway from this is that Tidal Master Playback is equivalent to MQA. Ive been wrong before...is this the wrong way to interpret MQA playback?

    Also, isn't MQA considered a compressed format where as 384Khz is not?

    :peace:
     
  11. dcime
    Hey There,
    Just wondering what your status is with the double red LEDs. Leakage in to the power circuits? I hope all is well. Please let me know...:confused:
     
  12. Bansaku
    I opened up a support ticket with iFi, and they replied: " If the unit is off, the red is normal, there is a small amount of charge in the circuit which is the reason for this being displayed. "

    I guess there is nothing to worry about. I was only concerned because when powered off the lights were not active.
     
  13. dcime
    Bump
     
  14. dcime
    Yes I have seen that as well on occasion when powering off the device. Probably the unit is releasing any stray voltage.
     
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