Review: Questyle Audio QP1R - With Multiple Headphone and IEM Pairings
Oct 9, 2021 at 8:58 AM Post #7,126 of 7,134

ProLoL

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The socket with the light is the line/dig out socket. The light is optical dig and nothing to do with the amp portion. The other socket is the headphone socket. Try a reset which I think if holding the side button down for 1/2 a minute or so on turn on. Can't help beyond that.

Wow that helped, partially at least. On startup now it constantly asks to choose a language and I need the headphones to be already plugged in in order for the device not to shutoff. If The headphone is plugged after startup, it automatically shuts off.
 
Oct 11, 2021 at 3:09 AM Post #7,127 of 7,134

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Wow that helped, partially at least. On startup now it constantly asks to choose a language and I need the headphones to be already plugged in in order for the device not to shutoff. If The headphone is plugged after startup, it automatically shuts off.

This seems to be a very similar issue to the one I reported just a few pages back in this thread. The device needs to be charged properly from an outlet. Then, when fully charged, the battery should last for several hours. The battery indicator of QP1R does not work properly. When it says 90% perhaps it is rather 10%.
 
Dec 15, 2021 at 9:12 AM Post #7,131 of 7,134

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Hi. Does anyone know where there is the revised version of the QP1R? All the sellers on eBay either say they don't know, or it's not a QP2R! Idiots. I'm in Jersey, Channel Islands, so Europe only, please.
If the serial number is higher than 10709501710* then it will be the newer version 😜. They came with the screen protectors and wheel skins I believe, whereas the older version didn't...

* this WAS my number and was checked by SCV who confirmed it was the newer version, but I don't know at what number the newer version starts at.
 
Dec 16, 2021 at 1:48 AM Post #7,134 of 7,134

Darren Cotter

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I've owned both at the same time. The QP2R is better, if not as powerful, and I've never heard of it suffering the battery indicator fault that most of the original spec QP1R's do.

However, I've heard that the 2.5mm headphone out is prone to failure. Maybe someone can confirm this. Out of the two, I'd prefer, and that's why I'm seeking one, is the revised version of the QP1R.
 

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