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Oct 3, 2021 at 10:04 AM Post #16,246 of 16,255

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I have never owned a DAP, including the X1a, that will reliably randomly shuffle all files without many repeats and many omissions. The Onkyo seems no better or worse than any other DAP.
I do listen primarily to random play on all my sources.
 
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I’m thinking buying a DP-X1A to support my large library.
I currently use a Hifiman HM-901S and this one sucks when navigating/playing large library.
Also I used to play my music full random tracks.
Is this Onkyo player able to play full random tracks (around 8k~9k tracks) with ease?

I normally run UAPP on my DP-X1B, but I just checked and it does appear that the Onkyo Music Player can Randomly play all of the songs that are scanned into the Library.My Library has about 4,400 tracks, on one of the memory cards, in my DAP - but I suspect the player would also work with the number of tracks you have.
 
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Great, thank you for taking the test !
If the DAP reads library from scanned tracks, I can assume result will be the same with 2 cards ?

Yes - The tracks in the Library scan can be on the internal memory, and on both of the plug-in cards.
The DP-X1A has 64GB of internal memory (my DP-X1B has 32GB), and the uSD cards can each be up to 256GB.
 
Oct 8, 2021 at 10:21 AM Post #16,252 of 16,255

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Hi guys.
My name is Peter and Im new here.I hope you are all well.I need your help as my Onkyo dap wouldnt turn on anymore.My guess is faulty battery.Ive already ordered a new one.I would be greatful for some tips of how to remove the screen to get inside.If someone could get me through the process so i dont damage the unit any further.
Thanks a lot.
 
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Hi guys.
My name is Peter and Im new here.I hope you are all well.I need your help as my Onkyo dap wouldnt turn on anymore.My guess is faulty battery.Ive already ordered a new one.I would be greatful for some tips of how to remove the screen to get inside.If someone could get me through the process so i dont damage the unit any further.
Thanks a lot.

If you don't already have a set of tools (small screwdrivers; small wedges & levers to lift screen) for servicing cell phones / tablets - get a set ordered. My DP-X1 stays in a slide-in case, so I didn't worry about getting new adhesive to reattach the screen.
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The screen does not clip or latch to the case - it's just held on by the adhesive around the perimeter. I can't remember whether the ribbon cable is routed to the middle or bottom of the screen - but you should be OK to begin prying it off across the top.
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There are 3 or 4 circuit boards that have to be unscrewed and removed
- to get to the battery. There is adhesive holding the battery in the case - so try not to damage it too much while removing it (if it's dead, it shouldn't catch fire).
 
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If you don't already have a set of tools (small screwdrivers; small wedges & levers to lift screen) for servicing cell phones / tablets - get a set ordered. My DP-X1 stays in a slide-in case, so I didn't worry about getting new adhesive to reattach the screen.
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The screen does not clip or latch to the case - it's just held on by the adhesive around the perimeter. I can't remember whether the ribbon cable is routed to the middle or bottom of the screen - but you should be OK to begin prying it off across the top.
.
There are 3 or 4 circuit boards that have to be unscrewed and removed
- to get to the battery. There is adhesive holding the battery in the case - so try not to damage it too much while removing it (if it's dead, it shouldn't catch fire).
Thanks a lot.Did you work with heatgun to soften the adhesive?
 
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Thanks a lot.Did you work with heatgun to soften the adhesive?

I probably would have, if the swollen battery hadn't pushed the screen loose. :wink:
 

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