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"I want a smartphone" with great sound quality, powerful replaceable battery. The rest i wouldn't be concerned, even cheap phones come with adequate performance, display and os these days for my average use. And I'd not like to splode the bank. Times will bring us a few decend devices, i guess. We'd love some easy LG V10 like with doubled battery life.
But isn't converting the new port to 3.5mm downgrade the otherwise lossless digital sign? Leeco / Letv looks promising except this unsure factor.
With HTC M8 and Koss KSC75 I was really satisfied but I had to say goodbye for the non replaceable battery. My current Xiaomi Redmi note 2 is not much fun. What is a phone that doesn't cost a fortune like V10, Meizu pro but have decent sound? Shame on consumer philosophy!! O___O
You were right if all recordings had been as well made as the artists wanted. Hi-fi gear made to translate every story romantically misrepresented according their own taste.
Still available
A pair of genuine OPA627bp.
- Epiphany Acoustics O2 amplifier - Neotech interconnect - AC adapter with EU and UK plug   Shipping costs £10 to EU. I accept Paypal Ships within 3-5 days in Europe.
The 2.1 have the edge in plain SQ, have dedicated bass. They have reference like sound signature, bright, dry and still fun. The book matching easier with my ODAC. I like their moody sound which is warm with good energy, not dull nor laid back. The 2.1 were harsh with my ODAC which is considered very neutral. The book sounds fine with piano, vocals, classic rock from low to mid-high volume. The 2.1 sounds astounding from mid to high volume and presents complex orchestral...
some songs on Scott Walker's The Drift     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gl8MQnkYUMw
The Focal XS Book somewhat sounds like a HD600 with my Odac. They present music similar. Both sound neutral, laid-back, with modest full-bodied midrange. The biggest differences are bass, less extended on the little-big desktop speakers ( In size they are the closeset to those micro-hifi speakers) Treble extension and micro details are less then in HD600 as well. Strangley i don't feel i lose a lot while listening to the Focal. Never tiring listening compensates for the...
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