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post #31 of 116

I think the MEIZU miniplayer is better than the nano

hello,all,i have read the thread more times ,and found everybody love the miniplayer than the nano ,yeah,this proved my choice is right ,and i am happy!!!
post #32 of 116
hehe , no reply????
post #33 of 116
I have tried several mp3 players and the meizu is the best by far, especially 4 gig are not too bad for a flash player.

However, I am going to sell it once I receive my kenwood HD30GB9 so keep tuned for a soon "for sale" meizu
post #34 of 116
I have been considering m6 over ipod nano. I would like to hear more opinions from owners of nano+m6 with IEMs. I got shure e4 and my current player is sony nw-E100 series player which is powered by 1 AAA battery. It has a slight hiss though it hasn't bothered me at all compared to the thin sound the player is producing.

Conclusions I have made so far: m6 is better sounding than nano, though it produces more hiss. M6 has a lot more functions than nano and it's little more expensive.

What does this mean: "It realy sounds good in car stereo systems where you can plug the unit in via an audio-to-audio cable!" What kind of cable? Is this something that meizu sells or just one that can be bought from regular electronics shop?

I would also like to hear SQ comparison: iaudio t2 vs m6

Comments?
post #35 of 116
How is the battery life affected when playing movies? I think I will use buy this to play short video clips. 20hr sounds amazing for MP3 playing, but how about video?

thx
post #36 of 116
Thread Starter 
I believe it gets 6 hours with video but you may want to check www.miniplayer.info for more specific specs.
post #37 of 116
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Originally Posted by qscq View Post
Conclusions I have made so far: m6 is better sounding than nano, though it produces more hiss.
I have two 4G M6s, the more recent SP version. Neither seem to produce any noticable hiss via my EX90s...
post #38 of 116
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Originally Posted by Overdrive View Post
I have two 4G M6s, the more recent SP version. Neither seem to produce any noticable hiss via my EX90s...
Do you notice any difference in Sound/video/build quality? I know that they changed the screen and the microprocessor, but I'm not sure about the chipset.
post #39 of 116
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Originally Posted by Bob Mahoy View Post
Do you notice any difference in Sound/video/build quality? I know that they changed the screen and the microprocessor, but I'm not sure about the chipset.
I didn't ever own the TP version, so I can't really compare! However, nothing bothers me about the quality of the build or the display. I'm not convinced that any of the guts changed, either; aside from some speculation in audiophile blogs, I don't believe we have any evidence to prove that anything changed other than the screen from Toshiba to Samsung.
post #40 of 116
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Originally Posted by laxx View Post
it drives my ksc75's without ant distortion at all, but i listen to it on 40/40 when in a noisy area and fell it's still a bit low. at work, i use about 15/40 as to not bother anyone else around me.
Dont mean to preach but do you realise what you are doing to your hearing?
post #41 of 116
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Dont mean to preach but do you realise what you are doing to your hearing?
Usually I listen to 30-40. If I listened any lower than that, I can't hear all the details and sound is not full enough!!
post #42 of 116
i'll have to agree. the output isn't very strong, and with my ksc75's, 40/40 is never too loud. it actually doesn't get loud enough, so that's where my cmoy comes into play. but without the cmoy, 40/40 is good enough. at work, i do about 25/40, but on the way home and while i'm walking around max is the only way i can listen.
post #43 of 116
Wow. I have mine locked at 20 (a nice feature, so you can't accidentally blow out your ears!), and consider that "way too loud". I typically have it set at around 10-14, depending. I'm used to playing electric guitar through big amps, so I don't think I'm a volume wuss, either.

Maybe there's an impedence factor with your ksc75s that we're not aware of?
post #44 of 116
I got my meizu last friday. At first, I was little confused with videos. I had pre-encoded some lotr movies. And they jammed m6, I reset the device. When it was on again, everything was in chinese! Then I paniced a bit and I used manual to find language controls and chanced it into english.

Then I got my videos playing after few adjustments, m6 haven't jammed ever since and the language stays in english this way.

I had to do quite a work to get videos running properly, www.meizume.com forums give very useful information how to make movies work. Check the forums through before asking there.

But after this mess was over, I finally got to experience the sound quality of which many people seemed to be very happy. With shure e4 the sound is clear and without interferences, hiss is not a problem with my m6. I used 192kb/s vbr encoded with lame. I might try 320kb/s cbr soon.

Pictures will play fine if resized to 320x240. I haven't tried larger ones yet.

Video playback is nice addition, thought it could be more fluent. I encoded first with winmenc and then virtualdub. Larger movies don't always play if encoded only trough winmenc, and if played, they won't do well. Picture and sound quality are fine enought ( I used 384kb/s for picture, 192kbs for audio), but 20fps is only decent. 25fps would have been a killer , oh well, can't have everything at this price.

After all, I'm very satisfied with my TP version of m6. It takes some time to get used to controls, but then they are fast and versatile.
post #45 of 116
What's the difference between TP and SP? No hiss on your IEMs is encouraging.
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