- Feb 6, 2018
I ordered it with something else and got shipping notice, but I think they only shipped item #2 in the mean time (it's not really clear).No still waiting. Did you also order from Audiophonics?
I pre-ordered the first day it became available on the site but I might still have missed the first batch then.
When problems come to light the review should be amended. Should a product continue to be recommended when there is a clear fault with one of its most common use cases?Let me say something about Amirm review.
I think his reviews are an objective way to understand the goodness of a product. The click issue is outside the scope of measurements and the review can not be putted in discussion for this reason.
About linearity test... Most of the times the measurements of Amirm have confirmed the measurements showed by Topping in their products brochure.
In case of DX3pro we have for instance:
Topping / Armirm
THD 0,0004 / 0.000469
SNR 120 / 117 (but Amirm values is not weigthed)
Output Impedance 0.8 / 1
Results are very similar so I think that if Topping claims that noise is less than 2uV RMS (on D10 it claims 4uV) I think there is no any noise issue, regardless of the linearity test done by Amirm, that as he says is a very difficult test to setup.
So your disagreeing with Toppings own assessment of the situation?To me it is not a clear fault (also because I use to listen to music in an old style album by album), but I can understand your disappointment.
But if I were you I only could blame my self to have no patience to wait some other reviews
A click when changing bit rate is not the problem. Why don't you wait till you actually receive the unit before proclaiming if its a problem or not?I still have not the item to evaluate better, but if it is as described (a click when changing bit rate) to me it is not a big issue. I understand from Topping that at least this situation where clicks happens only at bit/rate changes is reachable by a firmware upgrade, so in this case the situation is not dramatic
I don't understand how people can't grasp that the unit will be used in different ways, in some use cases it makes very few clicks when used as a dedicated source. In other use cases like a default OS source that damn thing doesn't stop clicking!if you guys are still talking about the clicking issue, i honestly don’t see how this is even remotely close to being a dealbreaker based on my (limited) experience with it (I only just received it)
and the remote works as it should on my side, don’t understand the complaints about that either
I don't understand how people can't grasp that the unit will be used in different ways, in some use cases it doesn't make very few clicks when used as a dedicated source. In other use cases like a default OS source that damn thing doesn't stop clicking!
Simple fact is it should work properly for all cases its meant to, just because its ok for yours does not mean the unit is fine.
I'm glad your happy with your faulty unit, I'm not, it doesn't work as expected, Topping except this so not really sure what your problem is? But just to address your points.my experience is even if it clicks, as long as you're playing music, you won't be able to hear it. i've deliberately tried changing the sampling rate and switching between browsers, and the conclusion is that the clicking sound doesn't actually affect my experience while listening with music.
its honestly not a bad product, to say this is shit because of this one flaw is, to put it bluntly, sperging
but i guess time will tell, still have my Buyer's Protection thing