How to use the X3II, X5II, X5 or X3 as a USB DAC on a Apple computer - Portable DAP - FiiO Forums - Powered by Discuz! Edited by shitzu at 2015-12-19 18:31 How to use the X3II, X5II, X5 or X3 as a USB DAC on a Mackintosh Apple computer(or all 4 at the same time).
Just ensure you have enough USB ports on your MAC. 1. First of all please note no drivers are required to connect your DAC to any Apple Computer. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. You can follow similar steps for each DAC that you want to use in DAC mode with the MAC 8. Use a FREE application like XLD to convert your music files in the format you desire. I request the forum admin to place this post in the Product FAQ SEction. For any more help do post your questions and we would be glad to answer them. How to master your equalizer for the perfect sound. Multi-IEM Review - 349 IEMs compared (LIFE Headphones added 12/30/15 p. 1096) Tier 1C ($250-400) (1C1) Audio-Technica ATH-CK10 Reviewed Jan 2010 Details: Audio-Technica’s diminutive Dual-armature earphone may not be its flagship, but it sure competes well with those of other manufacturers Current Price: N/A (discontinued) (MSRP: $399.99) Specs: Driver: Dual BA | Imp: 55 Ω | Sens: 107 dB | Freq: 20-15k Hz | Cable: 4' I-plug Nozzle Size:4mm | Preferred tips: Sony Hybrids, De-cored Olives Wear Style: Over-the-ear Accessories (3.5/5) – Silicone single-flange tips (3 sizes), cleaning cloth, and oval clamshell hard case Build Quality (4.5/5) – Ever since I first laid my hands on the CK10 I have used it as my build quality benchmark for IEMs.
The build is outstanding – rubber-covered metal housings with titanium faceplates look and feel indestructible. Sound (9.2/10) – I’ve always done my reviews on a comparative scale, with the perfect score in each category going to the best performer I’d encountered to date. Six Best MP3 Tagging Tools. How to master your equalizer for the perfect sound. In-Ear Earphone Review List (IEM) How to Tag Files - Documentation - MusicBrainz Picard. Depending on your previous metadata, Picard will try to guess the matching tracks.
The order is green > yellow > orange > red, where green is the best match. If you are seeing a lot of red and orange, it could mean that Picard has guessed wrong, or that your files didn't have a lot previous metadata to work with. If this is the case, it's recommended to click a track and compare the metadata using the Original Metadata and New Metadatapanels at the bottom of picard window. If there is an incorrect match, simply drag & drop the track to its correct spot. “Fiio X3 (2nd Generation) – The New Champion Budget Audiophile DAP” - Brooko’s Review of FiiO X3 2nd gen Ultraportable Hi-Res DAP. To view larger images (1200 x 800) click the appropriate photo I’m a proud owner of the Fiio X5 and X1 – they’ve been my go to DAPs for some time now, and I use both daily.
The X1 for when I want ultimate portability, and the X5 when I need a little more power, and also want the added level of refinement it brings. I’ve been using Fiio audio equipment for some time now, and have watched them evolve from a fledgling company to becoming a serious player in the personal audio world , with IMO some fantastic equipment that both sounds and measures impressively well, and gives incredible value for money. When I heard that Fiio were looking at revamping their X3 DAP (the first DAP they released) I immediately contacted Joe to ask if I could be included in a tour “Down Under”.
Joe went a step further, organising me one of the early review samples – and I’m very thankful for the opportunity. Fiio is still a relative newcomer to the audio scene when compared to the more established companies. How to Tag Files - Documentation - MusicBrainz Picard.