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Subject: Ibasso DX 90 issues resolved but a few more questions and suggestions

Ibasso DX 90 issues resolved but a few more questions and suggestions

From: Holden McFarland via rockbox <>
Date: Sat, 8 May 2021 07:52:31 -0500

Hello there.
Earlier this week I finally got Rockbox to work on my Ibasso DX90
along with the speech.
With that being the case, I wanted to say that I'm very pleased with
the sound of this player. With the last Rockbox player I had, I was
always messing with the equalizer to ring out the best in sound
quality. Here, I don't feel I need to do that nearly as much. The
defaults the player is set up with, as well as the headphones I have
make it very good to listen to and enjoy. I did have a couple of
questions and a suggestion, however. I have a huge music collection,
mp3, alac, flac etc, ranging between 44.1 KHZ and even hi-res 96 KHZ
and 192 KHZ. When listening to my library on shuffle, sometimes
between songs, and it does seem to happen most often when going from
regular songs to hi-res audio, there are a few seconds where the sound
is a little off. It's like there's a slight warble in the sound of the
player before the song continues to play. This doesn't always happen
and it's not often enough to be a major source of aggravation but it
is definitely noticeable and I was curious of anyone has any idea why
this is.
Also, a couple of other things. When going into settings/playback, I
notice under frequency that we have all the way up to 96 KHZ, but no
higher. From everything I've read the player can go up to 192 KHZ.
Would it be possible to make this an option in the settings/playback
menu? And finally, one last thing. I went out and purchased the
biggest battery I could find, which was a 7300 mA battery. I can't fit
the player's cover on now, but I can put the battery in the player and
then put the case on over it. This holds in the battery and things
have been very stable so far, however the battery capacity is only up
to 3300 MA hours. Is it possible to increase that in a future update?
For now I'd thought to just see how long the player goes on a full
charge before it dies so I have an idea of how much playback time I
actually get.
Thanks as always, and thank you for continuing to develop this great
software even in this era of listening to music on your phone and
Bluetooth earbuds.
Received on 2021-05-08

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