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ONKYO DP-X1 | Dual Sabre Dacs | Balanced | Sabre BTL Amp | MQA | DSD 256 | Android 5 |

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by t.r.a.n.c.e., Sep 11, 2015.
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  1. vid1900
    I'll take a stab at fixing the swollen battery.

    I've fixed many high end phones/tablets and have all the service tools, so a media player seems like a walk in the park.

    I'll fully document the repair here, because I'm sure everyone will need a replacement battery soon enough....
     
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  2. MadDane
    Great! Did you read the part about "no longer available" ?!?!?!
     
  3. vid1900
    The battery?

    There are probably 12 available cell phone batteries that would fit the player.
     
  4. vid1900
    This is the battery that was damaged?

    It's still made, and costs ~$20 USD

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  5. TheNoose
    Posting a fix for this is helpful.

    I’ve had my player many years now and no swelling that I am aware of.
     
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  6. vid1900
    Most batteries don't swell up in their lifetimes, but if the internal safety Thermistor on the battery pack fails, the battery can overcharge and swell. It's pretty common.

    But swollen or not, Lithium battery packs only survive 500-1400 charge cycles, and then they have to be replaced.

    So no matter what, all us Onkyo/Pioneer player owners are going to need a battery swap in the future.
     
  7. MadDane
    Ok well I thought my post was fairly concise and clear.. But if not here it is yet again.


    **PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT YOUR UNIT REQUIRES A PART THAT IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE IN ORDER TO BE REPAIRED. THEREFORE, THIS ESTIMATE IS FOR RETURN SHIPMENT OF THE UNIT AS IS**.




     
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  8. vid1900
    That's why everyone was telling you to post a picture of your battery BEFORE you mailed in your player, just to make sure your battery was the same as others who have already replaced it.

    Onkyo does not make batteries, they buy them from other companies, like TCL.

    Even if Onkyo does not stock the batteries anymore, TCL still makes them and they are $20 (1ICP4/53/67 3.8v 1630mah) .

    It's used in a bunch of different cell phones, along with many Pioneer and Onkyo DAPs.


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  9. HiFlight
    How is the fake leather back safely removed in order to access the battery?
     
  10. DBaldock9
    To disassemble the DP-X1, I believe you have to pull the screen off, and go in from the front of the device.
     
  11. HiFlight
    That sounds like a recipe for disaster!
     
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  12. Limexx
    is there auto shutdown feature for this player/?
     
  13. HiFlight
    Yes, second menu choice under "Power Management". Found by touching the gear -shaped symbol.
     
  14. shadow84
    Is it worth getting the DP X1A at US$480ish from Japan considering it is EOL? Or does anyone have an alternative? Fiio M11? There is no more demo sets in Singapore for me to audition. Currently using opus #1 with Earwerks Legend Omega and Toxic Virus cable.
     
  15. drush12
    New owner of dp-x1 here ! I don't know if this is common among other users but, while playing songs on the default music player, my wallpaper automatically changes to the album cover. How do i fix this? Another question that I have is, is there a way to allow the screen to be left on until I lock it? Since the maximum time is 30 minutes before the device sleeps
     
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