What format is your T5? I have one as well and it takes nowhere near that long to eject.
samsung portable SSD T5 1TB and 500GB
I work over 1 year with the samsung portable SSD T5 1TB, have 2(one backup) (same problem with 500gb)
Everything goes fast in rekordbox, especially writing.
Playing with cdj 2000NXS2 , XDJ-RX2 goes very good and fast
Only after your set, when you stop your usb (ssd), with the "USB stop"knob it takes a very very very long time to eject with the NXS2 player (also the same with 2000nxs, 2000, 900players), all my colleague dj's have the same problem!
(it takes 3/6 minutes)
But, when you eject (with usb stop button) with the xdj-rx2 after a long set playing is goes very fast to eject. (in a few seconds)
Can it be solved with a firmware update?
Hope you find a solution.
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I'm use 1TB, have 2 of 1Tb, and both have after playing a set a long time USB stop.
Friends of mine who also playing with T5 500gb or 1TB have the same.
But when play with the XDJ-RX2 everything goes very fast.
Maybe it's something with a newer usb controller un the xdj-RX2
Where is @pulse Maybe he can give an answer.
That was me, answering, and asking a question: What format is your T5 ... as in, FAT32, HFS+...?
Fa32, I use rekordbox with Windows pc
I have T5 500gb and find it slow to eject from 2000nexus but much quicker from nx2 and RX2.
Do you find any difference between the T5 500gb and T5 1tb in use or search functions?
I'm thinking about buying a 1tb or even a 2tb.
Has anyone used the T5 2tb drive with any of the players? I use 2000nexus, nx2 and RX2 on a weekly basis.
I'm also searching for the best SSD Solution working with the 2000nexus, nx2 and RX2 :)
Again, I've got two 1TB Samsung T5 drives, one FAT32 the other HFS+ and they both work with the CDJ-2000, NXS2. My HFS+ drive had hit-and-miss reliability with the RX2, but the FAT32 drive had no problems.
Dirk, the XDJ-RX2 support USB 3.0 speed, when CDJ 2000-NXS/2 support only USB 2.0.
USB3 devices can be read by the RX2, but the unit itself is USB2; this is backward compatibility by the USB3 drive. The RX2 does not need USB3 speeds as the maximum you can play from it is two streams of the highest quality WAV audio and even that gets nowhere near the 40MB/s theoretical maximum data rates of USB2.
Yes Pulse you are right. Sorry my mistake. I reposted information without verifying it myself. It was truly a mistake.
No worries! :)