awesome if you can do that parrot5, thanks in advance!
post #91 of 765
11/12/08 at 11:09pm
RMMA is the software
Here is some test results from pc world's 10.000 dollar audio analyzer. Pretty good marks especially the low freq. response deviation (almost perfect from 20 to 20k) . You can tell from a quick listen that the clip/fuze doesn't suffer from bass roll off with low imp cans like say an older ipod or d2 would.
SanDisk Sansa Fuze MP3 Player Lab Tests. - PC World
Also, has anyone else noticed the "sound skipping" effect when a headphone jack is not properly seated in the headphone out? I nearly crapped a brick when it started to happen but then figured that that was the culprit. Though my Klipsch Image X10 sounds wonderful with the Fuze, I have to have the headphone jack angled in certain positions or even have it just a millimeter pulled out to not get that effect at all. Weird problem and a weird solution but the headphone out has a tight grip and when the headphone jack is pulled out just a smidge it isn't loose at all.
RMA's Sansa Clip same as Fuze
RightMark Audio Analyzer test : Sansa Clip
RMA's D2 to compare (with Cowon enhance)
RightMark Audio Analyzer test : Cowon D2 - FW 3.53 - BBE1 - M3B8
RMA's iAudio X5
RightMark Audio Analyzer test : X5L Phones Out 02