or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by DTKZ

We'll have to wait and see, I guess. I wish I could help, but I won't be able to get the Glacier for at least a month. As a side note, when you get the Glacier, could you compare it to the Sony Z1070?
I agree with the suggestion of a right-angled plug or at least a version that comes with a right-angle plug. I really like the look of the cable. Any estimates on a release date? Also, does it use memory wire?
That's a bummer turokrocks. I just got a Note 2 myself and I was thinking of getting an Apex Glacier as well, so I was hoping your experiment would work without modifications. I just PMed feiao at FiiO to make a suggestion that they make a short OTG micro-usb cable, so hopefully they'll at least look into it.
I just got one of those regulated switchable power supplies that can provide 15v 800ma  from a electrical store here. If you want to play it safe, you could get the Rolls PS15 mentioned in the review. I would have gone for that myself but it's not available here in Singapore. Looks like there are quite a few online US retailers that carry it, so it should be easy for you though.
Nice to see some other Bellari HA540 users. It is a nice amp. Just to share, I saw this review on Amazon    http://www.amazon.com/review/R3P9VK1YU3KA08/ref=cm_cr_pr_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B004FI6AKW&linkCode=&nodeID=&tag=   The user recommends switching to another power supply as the HA540 is rated to run at 15v 700ma but the included wallwart is only 15v 200ma. They claim an increase in soundstage depth and and after changing to another power supply myself, I would...
I have a Note 2 and I can confirm that the Govibe Magnum DAC/Amp works with it.   http://jaben.net/shopping2/GoVibe-Magnum-portable-amplifier.html
Does the display only consist of 2 lines?   Do you need to unlock it when you want to change volume? Would it be possible to use it blindly without taking it out of your pocket?
Hi Kaosun. I've been thinking of getting a vintage PCDP. The options I have available to me are a Technics SL-XP7 or a Sony D-99. Both are in working condition. The Technics comes with all its accessories but the Sony is on its own. Would you recommend either of them?
Pictures and more details on the sound if you would be so kind! And how's the build quality?
I was wondering whether anyone who has the L! can compare it to the Denon D1100 or A100? Those seem like a more fair comparison than the D2000-D7000 series.
New Posts  All Forums: