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pro1x I got the Pro¹ X in the mail earlier this week and I need helpFirst off, thank you to the F(x)tec team for pushing through against adversity and sending the Pro¹ X out to us loyal keyboard fans! I had ordered through the website in August 2021. I'm really glad to be one of the lucky few who already has this fun piece of hardware! I got Model QX1050 in the mail earlier this week. I've been playing around with the device and need help. Some things, like opening and closing the keyboard, I'm getting used to. Other things, not so much . . . The first issue that I came across has nothing to do with F(x)tec. Transferring from one Android device to another
Greetings, I have one of the fancy Pre-Christmas devices (Lineage). I had horrible problems with ticks and poor sound quality upon recording (mainly uneven recording levels, distortion to the point of being unintelligible). Fxtec asked that I return the device (at my cost) and was told the sound card was replaced. The recording issues remain. There is no answer for 45 days despite repeatedly responding to the last message from Fxtec support on 21JUL21 of: "Dear Gene, We're sorry to hear about this. Different microphones are used to record different things. When you use the voice
Hello. If any of you experienced poor sound quality, here comes the solution! Our Pro1 definitely has some problems with sound quality. In particular it couldn't play 24-bit audio sources in more advanced audio players, like PowerAmp (16-bit played quietly on headpones causes a lot of hiss/noise). I also found some annoying clicks on some games (i.e. Talisman). These problems are caused by Snapdragon 835 energy savings, which disable high quality DAC chip and switches it to some limited operation mode. The apk I attached can enable hq sound. After installation 24-bit playback on Powe
Uneven L/R speakers volume
cube48 posted a topic in Pro1 - Thoughts & questionsMy Pro1s left speaker seems to have lower volume than the right one. I would say about 1/4. I'm yet about to do a close up stereo recording to 'measure' it more precisely but it's noticable although definitelly not a dealbreaker. Headphones output is fine. So I'm wondering if anybody else is noticing something similar. Has anybody idea what could be the culprit?