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Had a good week to listen to the SE846 (thanks to all the snow) and compare it with the K10's (at least from memory).  The SE846 is using modded blue filters running from a DX90.   Treble: K10 definitely more extended.  Detail level is pretty similar though once again I think K10 has a slight edge due to the better extension.  K10 definitely has a bit more sparkle (but not much) but it still isn't as enjoyable as it could be.  Both are kind of lacking the air and...
 You're right.  It would be better to keep the M in a case and charge it when I need then doubling its size almost permanently.
 Definitely agree.  DX80 is a steal for the price compared to the AK100II (though <$500 AK100II is definitely very tempting).  So many great features and sounds wonderful to boot.
Is the only way to create playlists through the player itself?  Can you import playlists from your computer?   Also has anyone actually use the X-Battery attachment from Jaben?  Is it worth it or should I just get an external charger?
 That's a good price.  Where did you find that?
 It seems that everyone who has tried the Calyx M has loved its sound quality and signature which is why its so compelling.  Just not sure if I can drop the money on something that won't even last me a whole round-trip of a commute to work.
 A bit disappointing.  It seems like it would be a complete DAP if it had not awful battery life.  Really curious to see how it sounds but not willing to pay the money for something that seems to have lost all support from Calyx.
Is the 4-5 hour playtime still there with a mix of MP3 and FLAC files?  Also has there been any new firmware for the Calyx in the recent weeks?
After doing some more research, I wound up finally purchasing the SE846.  I got them for $700 new so I am pretty happy with my purchase already since it costs less than half the price of a standard K10.   I can't wait to get them in and try them out!
Still enjoying my DX80 but looking for a new IEM to pair it with.  I was looking into the SE846 but a bit worried about the hissing.   I can hear it when the track starts but its not noticeable when the music starts playing so I don't think it would bother me too much.  Besides the hiss do people think this is a good pairing with each other?  I also have a DX90 which seems to be hiss-free as well but I much prefer the UI/screen/battery life of the DX80.
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