If you can read Chinese or go through an agent, there are right angled ones on Taobao. For an LOD with a female plug, you can search EBay for "Sony LOD" and a bunch should show up.
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Actually, I prefer to use folder navigation and one of my music libraries has 831 folders with music sorted according to artist name. Which I guess brings me to my next question, does anyone know whether there any limits on the number of files you can have on it?
Really? Thanks. That's good to know. I guess I'll be going down to take another look at it tomorrow. It depends on how fast that is though, I didn't find the the scroll wheel scrolling speed to be be very rapid but that might be because I'm not used to it.
I tried out the N5 today and it's a really nice sounding player with a very high quality feel to its build. My main criticism/suggestion is to allow for faster scrolling through long lists/folders. Considering that there 2 micro sd slots, it's quite possible to put in a lot of music in there which makes being able to navigate through long lists rapidly quite an important function. My suggestions below:
1. Make the < and > buttons function as page up and page down...
I'm a bit curious as to why everyone seems to hate the Sony foam-silicone hybrids? I actually like them quite a lot on the Z5. I admit that they were not incredibly comfortable in the beginning but I never found them that bad. I figured that the foam would break in eventually and they'd become more comfortable later on and they did in the end.. Due to the shallow fit of the Z5, I actually use the large size tips, although I'm usually a medium, and I find that the foam...
I was wondering whether anyone could comment on the soundstage. In theory, I should like earbuds since I like airiness and space and that's supposed to be a major advantage of earbuds over IEMs. But out of the earbuds I've tried, only the Creative Aurvana Air has lived up to expectations.
Possible a dumb question, but the FX850 is my first pair of IEMs with MMCX connectors. Any advice on how to plug and unplug them in as safe a manner as possible? From what I've read MMCX connectors are kind of delicate and applying a light amount of force doesn't seem sufficient. I'm not quite comfortable applying more.