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Review of HiFimeDIY Sabre Android DAC w/lots of pics!!!

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10th March 2015, 06:19 PM |#11  
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Does yours have a loose USB connection? Mine can slip out.

Unfortunately, it does. Stay tuned, I'm posting a review of Cozoy Astrapi in a few minutes
 
 
10th March 2015, 06:25 PM |#12  
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I'm noticing a trend. You seem to not mention negatives in your review.
11th March 2015, 12:55 AM |#13  
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I'm noticing a trend. You seem to not mention negatives in your review.

Negatives come from a comparison of one product vs the other. Read my Cozoy Astrapi review, you will see negatives about HiFimeDIY If I don't like a product, I simply don't review it. If I like a product, I will describe it in details so you can make your own judgment. And sometime I get very impressed with "positives" about the product, but rest assured - if you read my reviews carefully, I point out negatives as well. Just that my format is not like other reviewers where they make a list of positives and negatives. Plus, in my opinion, a lot of negatives come from an extended use of the product after you get to know it better lol!!! Unfortunately, I have written hundreds of reviews and it will be next to impossible to come back to every review with a follow up impressions. Thus, I'm depending on you guys to ask me questions

One more thing. I'm not working for a website or a blog where they give me to review products, and I review to decide if I like it or not. I do my own research and contact companies of products that I like and want to review. That also makes a difference on a more positive outlook of my reviews
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24th April 2015, 02:33 PM |#14  
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HI all

I have a hifime for android and it works great with my moto G.
I recently got a Huawei Honor 6 phone which supports OTG USB (i can plug a USB key trhough the USB port and read files like movies)
Now when i plug the hifime dac, it does'nt work. The led is green but doesn't deliver any sound...

I though the requierement was to support USB OTG only... Kind of desapointed.
Any tricks?

Thanks!
K
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26th April 2015, 12:42 AM |#15  
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HI all

I have a hifime for android and it works great with my moto G.
I recently got a Huawei Honor 6 phone which supports OTG USB (i can plug a USB key trhough the USB port and read files like movies)
Now when i plug the hifime dac, it does'nt work. The led is green but doesn't deliver any sound...

I though the requierement was to support USB OTG only... Kind of desapointed.
Any tricks?

Thanks!
K

Also has to do with Android version, in case if they customized it.
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So what should i do? Is there any fix ? Busybox? Firmware? Kernel ? What about cm?
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So what should i do? Is there any fix ? Busybox? Firmware? Kernel ? What about cm?

I would probably contact hifimediy to ask what they can recommend. Sorry

Also, try this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...audioplayerpro (scroll down, they have a link to a limit demo version). It has its "own" built in drivers to send audio over usb. See if this going to help.
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