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Review - AGPTEK Lossless MP3 Player

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by peddler, Apr 24, 2016.
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  1. funkymartyn
    Glad you liking the imp and topping amp....i also use the fiio e11k too....
     
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  2. Caipirina
    Got an IMP today which I 'scored' on ebay for 30€, allegedly 'new, other' and indeed, in box, screen film still on, but obviously pre-opened and loaded with Mario Biondi :wink: It turns on, the buttons light up, but no life on display! Whaa! After some random button pressing I get music, and it sounds great. Now, I wonder, is there any secret 'display lock' / code (like the C3 has this 3 button combo to lock / unlock) ? Or is there an 'easy' fix? otherwise this goes back ... I mean, I can listen to 'some' music, but I can't navigate / use the EQ ... any thoughts? Thanks
     
  3. ilmothedude
    Tonight I managed to resurrect my IMP which I thought was bricked. It was lying on bottom of my drawer for a long time from failed firmware upgrade and I thought it was brick as windows couldn't recognize it. I finally dared to try flashing it one more time, and got it working again. :)
     
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  4. PJABBER
    That's great!

    I just noticed that AGPtek released a new firmware on 9/7/17, is that the one you wound up installing?

    Downloadable here - http://www.agptek.com/blog/?p=1431

    Have you noticed any enhanced functionality?
     
  5. ilmothedude
    I'm right now away from my imp so I can't confirm. I believe I downloaded it from agptek website but I think it wasn't that new firmware, something 2016 maybe instead. Imp isn't my daily player by the way, but maybe I'll update fw just to see any if there's any improvements. That will be however next week once I get back to my imp. One annoying thing that would be nice to have fixed, is with exfat format micro sd cards. Every folder has some unidentified file format replica visible on imp folder view and those files are at bottom on file list so there's always 2x amount of folders you actually have which makes navigating slower. I believe with fat32 format imp doesn't show those replica files.
     
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