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 You may just be using the HA-1 as a DAC and, thus, already know this, but the Sonica DAC has no amp section.  Stack them to use the Sonica DAC with the HA-1 amp.
 I hear you, but I'd rather they be slow and release a high quality product that's actually ready for use, than do what a lot of DAP manufacturers do: Releasing the hardware as soon as it's ready, then suffering their customers with an endless stream of firmware upgrades to fix bugs found by the customers thermselves.   I realize that Oppo doesn't make any DAPs, which have a complicated user interface, but companies like FiiO, HiFiMan, iBasso, and A&K, for example, all...
 @dennistdk If you had to keep just one of them, which would it be, the HA-2 or the HA-2SE?    @arthurl Same question, if you don't mind:  Aside from the showstopping interference problem, if you had to keep just one of them, which would it be, the HA-2 or the HA-2SE?   @inertianinja I am very impressed with your amazing skills!  And envious!   [[SPOILER]]
 The Sonica DAC hasn't been released yet.  It may be awhile before your questions can be answered by a reviewer - but they are good questions.  :-)
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Battery technology is pretty much state-of-the-art in every recently designed product. To my knowledge, no one company has any edge over another in terms of energy density.   In the end, it boils down to how heavy and bulky a rig you are willing to carry.  It might seem silly that I'm taking the time to say this, but it seems to escape some people:   If you want the convenience of a longer battery life, you'll you have to carry a heavier, bulkier device that has a...
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