Portable Source Components
“ When I first received my iBasso DX100, I think I lost a week or so really getting everything to work perfectly, even though I had solid advice from other headfiers (see the FAQ on the player), and even if I went straight to 1.2.7 firmware. The main things that will take time is that you need to clean all your tags (I thought they were clean, but apparently not DX100 clean). Then...” --Mimouille
“Hi everyone. Not so long time ago I bought IBasso DX90, now I feel necessary to review it for other people not to repeat my mistakes. A Little Background. I’m 23, during my teenage portable electronic devices were actively evolving. I remember my first IPod Nano with a lot of memory (it was 1Gb). For me it was really cool to listen to music outdoors with that much comfort....” --Hello1
“Alright, here goes. I have been on a slow, meandering journey through hi-fi that has seen me slowly start to climb that ladder that costs you your wallet. Up to now I've been used a Sandisk Clip Zip (Rockboxed) and an ipod classic (rockboxed) running through a LOD cable into a Fiio E7. I was very satisfied with the sound from both of these units, running both with FLAC's ripped from...” --subseasniper
“ Google Nexus 4 Quick Review Full review here http://www.head-fi.org/t/778020/google-nexus-4-review-by-mark2410 Brief: Google’s ludicrously cheap Nexus Price: £239 for 8GB or £279 for 16GB at launch Specification: See here https://store.google.com/product/nexus_4_8gb?playredirect=true Accessories: Erm a charger and USB cable....” --mark2410
THIN, LIGHT AND PORTABLE Nexus 7 is a no compromise Android tablet that’s designed to go where you go. With a stunning 7” display, powerful quad-core processor and up to 8 hours of battery life during active use, Nexus 7 was built to bring you the best of Google in a slim, portable package that fits perfectly in your hand. The DAC-100 accepts up to four digital input sources and...