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Rockbox for iBasso DX90 dual boot with Mango (Stock Firmware)

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by headwhacker, Jul 21, 2014.
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  1. headwhacker
    That's the beauty or curse of having more options/controls. I modded the default settings according to my preference. I have to do a lot of flashing and don't want to worry about the GUI settings every time I do it.
     
  2. Wyd4
     
    OMG I dont know how I missed this one, but I think I love you!!
    This was probably the only thing that was  bothering me (apart from the known crackling thing).
     
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  3. nmatheis Contributor
    Just loaded Rockbox and will give a listen in a bit.  I found adjusting the Touchscreen "Line Padding" setting to somewhere 12 and 20 pixels gives you a lot more information on the screen without sacrificing usability.
     
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  4. nmatheis Contributor
    How do I set the external sd card as the starting place for file browsing?
     
  5. jj69
     
    Press and hold the "external_sd" folder until the context menu appears, then select "Start File Browser Here" from the list of options. 
     
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  6. youkeum
    That's awesome! I love it, I add +2 bass, it just my type. :)  
     
    It has two problems to me. It can not show Korean, and can not play .dsf file. Do you have a plan to fix that?
     
  7. nmatheis Contributor

    Thanks! Very clear and helpful. Used Rockbox - but not for quite awhile and not on touchscreen devices.
     
  8. pegasus21
    Oh my... with some of the options suggested here by jj69 about the backlight and nmatheis about the line padding, I think this is very usable now.
     
    *Edit* Ok, I think I found another issue.
     
    Turning on automatic resume when you have a database causes the player to go into panic when you try to play a track either from resuming or files.
     
  9. lepre
    After enabling "Gather Runtime Data" rockbox will crash if trying to play a song .
    The database has been working at this moment .
     
    Great job so far !
     
  10. headwhacker
    Automatic resume and Gather Runtime Data don't work and inherited from Rockbox DX50.
     
  11. headwhacker
     


    I don't think Rockbox plays DSD files. Hi-res files (including DSD) is useless anyway (Rockbox downsamples hi-res PCM files on the fly).
     
  12. cooperpwc
    Dang you, headwacker et al! I do not need more temptation.
     
    Really I am too deep into the M to jump at this just now - although I did always say that I would seriously consider the DX90 once Rockbox is working...  :)
     
    I am very impressed by your efforts. Bravo!
     
  13. headwhacker

    lol, sooner or later Rockbox will appear on M
     
  14. youkeum
     
    I understand. :) anyway, I found another problem- some album has white noise that has not with stock firm.  the album's bit rate is 24/176. only this album has noise. maybe because of its bit rate?
     
  15. Wishmasterx
     


    Have You enable Dithering?

    From thread about itl:
    Just throwing away the samples will yield quantisation noise, which is perceived as distortion that changes character with the sound, and can be quite annoying. With dithering enabled, this noise will take the form of uniform background noise, comparable to noise heard in good old-fashioned analogue recordings. Most people will find this noise much more comfortable.

    More information in manual.
     
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