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Astell & Kern AK120

Astell & Kern AK120

“ I bought this player because I wanted “the best” portable DAP money could buy. Even though I now have a portable experience that rivals or might even surpass my desktop setup, it has not left me without considerable headaches and occasional feelings of buyer’s remorse.   Let’s remember that this is a $1300 product and when you include Canadian duties and taxes I’m in ~$1600! I knew...” --rataplan

82% Positive Reviews
Colorfly C3

Colorfly C3

“build quality    the C3 is build like a tank, my C3 fell several times on the floor and nothing happend. (something I would love to see with an iphone...)     comfort   really small and portable, but still feels really good in the hand because the C3 is a bit heavy.    using comfort   the touch on the C3 is nice but not...” --headphones1999

86% Positive Reviews
iBasso DX50 DAP

iBasso DX50 DAP

“The DX50 from iBasso Audio does seem like a direct competitor to the hugely popular Astell & Kern AK100 and the high value Fiio X3. Released at a price point of $239, it is slightly more than the X3, but much less than the price of the AK100. As you probably know, all three DAPs are based around the same Wolfson 8740 DAC chip and while some people believe that what matters is the...” --lin0003

88% Positive Reviews
Apple 80 GB iPod AAC/MP3 Video Player Black (5.5 Generation)

Apple 80 GB iPod AAC/MP3 Video Player Black (5.5 Generation)

“ I purchased the 5.5gen black 80GB a few years back in the late spring of 2007. This has been one of the best electronic investments to date. My purchase was based on two key, determining factors.   1.) Storage Capacity: This thing had 80GB of storage, this was the biggest capacity of any portable music player available at the time, and still remains high on the list   2.)...” --Lucias_D

100% Positive Reviews
Apple iPhone 4 Black Smartphone 32GB

Apple iPhone 4 Black Smartphone 32GB

“ Hello head-fi   I recently decided i would get my first smart phone and that it would be an iphone. Now i don't want to write a wall of words but i will do it anyways.     Design/Durability When buying a smart phone which you take everywhere durability is very important. Plastic is generally the most commonly used material that tends to get the job done but looks...” --bcasey25raptor

100% Positive Reviews
Apple iPod touch 32 GB (3rd Generation) NEWEST MODEL

Apple iPod touch 32 GB (3rd Generation) NEWEST MODEL

“ If you're a fan of the iPhone, but already have a capable phone/phone contract, then the iPod Touch is a great way to essentially have an iPhone without the phone component. Sure it doesn't have a camera or GPS, but with wifi, the versatility of this device makes it almost a tiny computer. ” --stharries

100% Positive Reviews
Sony Walkman X Series 32 GB Video MP3 Player w/ OLED Display

Sony Walkman X Series 32 GB Video MP3 Player w/ OLED Display

“This Sony X has been my mainstay DAP for a solid year and a half. That alone should speak to its staying power. Prior to this unit, I'd been through DAP after DAP trying to find the one for best audio quality. Now I have found it. Even the much touted AMP3, being the supposed 'audiophile' player, was not on the same level. It is not perfect though, possessing a nearly worthless web browser- but...” --cn11

100% Positive Reviews
Apple iPod 16GB 2nd Gen

Apple iPod 16GB 2nd Gen

“Just about everything that an entertainment device should be. SQ is great, you can use YouTube, you can browse the internet, and of course there are many great apps that you can get. The new 3.0 update has made it somewhat short on battery life, but that's not a problem unless you're using it just to play games.   I paid 250 for mine when it was relatively new, but now that the 3rd gen has come...” --stonyboys

86% Positive Reviews
Zune HD 32 GB Video MP3 Player (Platinum)

Zune HD 32 GB Video MP3 Player (Platinum)

“ Although I love music and have historically been fond of Apple products (since the Mac Classic), I never found a need for an iPod. They seemed cool, and I sort of wanted one, but I really didn't have much use for a portable player.   When I finally broke down and bought one for the gym, I went with a Sansa Clip, as reviews said it sounded better than all but a few iPods. Later I...” --Triakel

100% Positive Reviews
Teclast T51

Teclast T51

“ When I first got this player I was amazed at how good the sound quality was, it truly is one of if not the best DAP's out there in terms of sq. However there isn't much to say about the Teclast T51 other then sound quality, because other then that this player is utter garbage. The user interface is dreadful, it has a mere 8 hours of battery life, adding files to the system is horrendously...” --Killmassacre

100% Positive Reviews
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