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The FiiO X1 Discussion and Help and Support Thread |192K/24B|100mW | LO | inline remote

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by jamesfiio, Nov 20, 2013.
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  1. BobSmith8901
    Assuming that the Honda has bluetooth, you could get a bluetooth transmitter and connect it to the X1's audio out. Then it would transmit to the Civic's bluetooth receiver.

    Like this one from Amazon Canada:

    https://www.amazon.ca/Bluetooth-Transmitter-TaoTronics-Wireless-High-Fidelity/dp/B00QQ68GPI

    No guarantees but you could google how these types of gadgets work in a car bluetooth setting.

    Good luck!
     
    Last edited: May 23, 2017
  2. Pikapi
    I'm not sure whether I've been getting unlucky with microSD cards or whether my X1 is just somehow corrupting them.Things would be perfectly fine until one day the X1 will be unable to read to microSD. I would have to reformat my card, transfer all my music back over and then have it crap out in a few weeks again. I've been through 2 128gb microsd cards from Patriot and Sandisk. The first time I've attributed it to a Patriot card failure but this second time around with a Sandisk makes me wonder whether it is something with the player or if I really do have bad luck with microsd cards. Does anyone have a similar issue?
     
  3. FiiO
    Wrong post. Sorry!
     
    Last edited: Jun 16, 2017
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  4. sponsor
    This applies to the 2nd Gen player right?
    Have quoted this in the adequate thread here: https://head-fi.org/f/threads/fiio-x1-ii-2nd-gen-w-bluetooth.819817/page-182#post-13547987
     
  5. FiiO
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  6. LasherV
    I have a quick question guys? I just purchased a Fiio X1 first gen. I’ve read on here and in several other places that it will read a 200gb card. My question is. Has anyone used a 256gb card? If so, what brand? Thank You in advance:)
     
  7. LasherV
    Shameless Bump :)
     
  8. JK1
    Are you using a class 10 or faster card? The Fiio players seem to need a fast card. Are you formatting the card in the player? The card needs to be formatted as FAT32, and it is best to have the player format the card.
     
  9. LasherV
    Has no one tried a 256gb card? I’m feeling a bit ignored here.
     
  10. CharmCityCrab
    It's an older product now that's out of support. It also was kind of cheaply made and broke on a lot of people. I'm sure some people still have functional players that they use, but even those people are likely using the microSD cards they bought for it originally, before 256gb cards came out.

    I can tell you that the menu navigation was horrendously slow with a 200gb card. If a 256gb card works at all, you'd likely find it a *very* frustrating experience. The processing power just isn't there. It wasn't built to do it (Hence why it says max 128gig on the spec sheet).
     
  11. seanwee
    I have 2 X1s , one silver and one gold. I got the gold first before buying my sister the silver one.

    Surprisingly the silver one crapped out first. But then again, maybe its because i got an Xduoo X3 before it did.

    Anyways, menu navigation on a 128 GB card is not too bad. 256 GB cards should be tolerable too. Just use the folder browser and it should be fine.

    Then again, there are many superior players in the market now. The X1's glory days are over.
     
  12. FiiO
    Hi,
    Theoretically, the 256GB can work in the X1. Some of our user have also shared their experience in previous post.
    Best regards
     
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  13. LasherV
    Thank you for the responses guys. I do realize this was an older player. But it was on sale for 60 bucks so I had to give it a shot. What is a good player for under $100 that you would recommend that will run a 256 card with ease and has a quality DAC? I will primarily be listening to the player with my Fiio A3 and Isine 10’s. Thank you again gentleman :)
     
  14. fritobugger

    For $60 it is very hard to beat. The only thing low quality is the user interface. It sounds great. It has good battery life. Build quality is very good. Mine has been great for 3+ years on a daily commute.
     
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  15. seanwee
    Yes i have to agree that 60 bucks is nigh unbeatable.

    However if the budget can be pushed up a bit id suggest the Xduoo X10. The sound is simply stellar for the price. Personally i prefer it over the X5 3rd gen.
     
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