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Sorry, NO battery noise tests/measurements/comparisons for audio purposes I could find - yet. But having a battery with lower internal resistance/impedance sure does offer benefits - as well as does lower noise in recent crop of batteries. It can be HEARD. Sorry, I do not have either the time or resources to test every battery available in the world today for audio related qualities. But powering a microphone, low output phono cartridge(preamp) , etc, ( all non desktop...
No problem. Yes, they do. As I would go bankrupt using non-rechargeable lithiums, I use lead-acid, NiCD , NiMH and LiIon rechargeables; some general pointers regarding batteries can be found here...
Well, I do not subscribe to the use of "super" fuses - but batteries vs batteries CAN - and DO - make a difference. I also did write with which applications - which are all WAY more demanding than for DAPs. I do not own a DAP - and likely never will. Maybe a combo of smartphone and DSD capable DAC - not intended primarily for my leisure listening, but the ability to demo my recordings on the go/spot. I am not going to get the likes of say Astell & Kern for that purpose;...
Correct. I merely posted it as "interesting" pics - one would need one hell of a lot more carbon fibre (thickness...) to make TT from. 
C'mon - you'll have to test some batteries; this goes sooo far the rep of some MC preamp manufacturer laughed when I complained that the design they sell is noisy - AFTER hearing which batteries I have been using with it. OK - the good batteries may have been plentiful where he was coming from, I had to pay trough the nose for them over here - or "enjoy" the noise of more locally available brands...
I agree.  Running around with (say) Sennheiser ie800 driven from an Astel & Kern 240 pumping DSD  into your ears can mean more than provoking trouble in some places ... I can not afford that kind of money for work - let alone leisure...
Yes, that is the main complaint against the MP3 - or the bottom line . Regardless how it is "specified" in scientific terms. I do not find listening to music on public transport in high quality reasonable or justified. Simply, too much noise etc to warrant anything above CD redbook - most likely even well below that quality. At quiet of the home, it is another story.  Our country is too small for the Spotify to consider it - so, no experience on that front either.
While browsing ebay, I stumbled upon this prototype in auction today for couple more hours:   http://www.ebay.de/itm/High-End-Design-Prototyp-Plattenspieler-auf-Pro-Ject-Debut-III-Basis/331574378373?_trksid=p2047675.c100011.m1850&_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIC.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20140107083420%26meid%3D9398bc715d41444c8ef5c224926dd156%26pid%3D100011%26rk%3D2%26rkt%3D10%26mehot%3Dpp%26sd%3D161728985897        
Careful what you wish for - it MAY come true... Seriously, I plan to bore you to death with ABXing the samples - but this very moment, I am authoring ( deadlines...) CDs of recent recordings. I am stuck with preparations for the - mostly unplanned - recordings for the second part of this month - when there is usually no action. I FAR prefer complaining about too much work - than none at all.
For some reason, I did not see my post #451 - it was the"post that went missed". @ StanD - BTW - although I do love dogs, I am definitely more likely to visit cat-fi http://www.head-fi.org/t/462560/cat-fi/585#post_11623757 thread than dog-fi thread.  
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