Fiio x5 2nd generation

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Introduction:.Fiio X5 Second Generation Review

 

The X5-II makes use of two crystal oscillators, one each for the kHz and 48kHz frequency multiples. Compared to the 1st gen X5, the new X5-II is 15% lighter and 12% smaller. Customers also viewed these products Page 1 of 1 Start over/5(35). May 24,  · FiiO X is the second generation of X5 DAPs (digital audio players) from FiiO. I owned a FiiO X5 for quite a while before buying X and I was entirely happy with the first X5, except for a few details. If I were to say, the thing that bugged me . Jun 15,  · Fiio X5 (2 nd Generation) – Incremental Gains & Still Great Value For Feature Set. INTRODUCTION. I’m a very happy owner of Fiio’s X1, X3ii and the original X5 digital audio players (DAPs). I’ve used them all (a lot) over the last couple of years – and up until now, the X3ii has been my go to portable DAP for daily use/5().

 

Fiio x5 2nd generation.FiiO X5 2nd gen Premium Hi-Res DAP – Reviews | Headphone Reviews and Discussion –

The X5-II makes use of two crystal oscillators, one each for the kHz and 48kHz frequency multiples. Compared to the 1st gen X5, the new X5-II is 15% lighter and 12% smaller. Customers also viewed these products Page 1 of 1 Start over/5(35). Jun 16,  · Delivery of the X5 2nd gen has started on June 15th. Please kindly check this post for a daily updated list of countries / regions and agents we have sent goods to. To date, we have arranged the delivery to almost all the existing markets of us. If you are interested in this model, please feel free to contact the local sales agent/dealer, thanks. Jun 16,  · AKjr vs. Fiio x5ii (second generation aka X5) I’m ready to ditch my iPod classic for a new high res music player. The sound quality of the iPod just doesn’t cut it. And the WAV files I added to the device are all distorted. After reading several reviews for sub $ hi-res players, I narrowed down my list to two players, the AKjr and the /5(37).
 
 
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NVIDIA Promotes PCI Express Graphics Card Standard for Laptops

As you already know, there are not so many graphics adapters using the PCI Express interface on the market, and their appearance in the masses is expected only in the second half of this year. But in the meantime, NVIDIA is actually behind its competitor, ATI, providing Taiwanese laptop manufacturers with their graphics module specifications for use in laptop PCs. Perhaps this is how NVIDIA hopes to seize the palm from ATI, the leading supplier of graphics adapters for notebooks.

The thing is that the MXM modules offered for introduction into production, although they are capable of working with any graphics processor that supports the x16 PCI Express interface; have a specific 230-pin connector developed by NVIDIA. According to the company’s plan, MXM-modules will have to replace the motley “menagerie” of graphic cards with AGP interface, which had different sizes.

NVIDIA proposes to unify graphics adapters in such a way that their dimensions are: 70×66 mm for models of the ultra-thin and ultra-light class, 73×78 mm for mid-range notebooks and 80×110 mm for models of the “desktop replacement” class. The height of the modules can be different, depending on whether it will have a fan, heatsink, or something else. Maximum module height according to NVIDIA version should not exceed 10 mm. The rest of the module specifications are as follows: support for 24-bit low-voltage differential communication interfaces, VGA, TV-out and S-Video, two DVI interfaces. Maximum power consumption MXM-module – 35 W.

To date, it is known that MXM modules have been adopted by nine Taiwanese manufacturers: AOpen, Alienware, Arima, First International Computer, Tatung and Wistron. At the moment, reference designs of boards based on chips of the GeForce Go 6 series are used.

On the one hand, NVIDIA’s idea looks like a good idea – it would probably not hurt to unify graphics card modules for laptop PCs. However, the company is striving to implement its de facto standard in as many products as possible, and NVIDIA hints that it is not against using ATI chips in MXM modules, but how much it will cost, it is still unknown how ATI’s reaction to this news is unknown.

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