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post #91 of 733
Yes i know it is sooo tiny.

When i first unpacked it i was like - lol wtf is this.
It feels plastic and it is so small that you think there is no way its even gonna work when you turn it on hehe.

But after looking at it some i like the looks more, it doesnt feel as plastic now and it does work - good.

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post #92 of 733
Thread Starter 
Well even some very expensive cars have a lot of plastic as do Mac computers. I wasn't crazy about the top plastic cover but then it appears to hold up well, is very light and it does the job. And just for a bit of icing on the cake, it does right by the music.
post #93 of 733
Your right.

Well, i love it, it looks good now. I just thought it was all plastic at first because it was so small and light.

Now ill just wait for my lod.
post #94 of 733
Thread Starter 
The top is a type of plastic and the bottom case is stainless or some type of metal that is nonmagnetic.
post #95 of 733
After reading this topic alone, I am definately going to get this for Christmas. It will match perfectly with my iTouch. The only problem is my yellow LOD cable
post #96 of 733
Jamato8,
How's the SQ in comparison to the Xin SuperMini? What EIM do you use with the T4?
post #97 of 733
Thread Starter 
I have used the UM2 and a original V-moda (which is much better than anything since). I have also used my Ultrasone Ed. 9 and other phones.

The little amp is open, dynamic and pretty transparent. It is a real pleasure to use. The bass switch doesn't do too much but it already has a good bass foundation and adds just a bit more if used without messing with the lower mid frequency.
post #98 of 733
I'll repeat my question from a few pages ago, maybe this time I get a useful answer: Does anyone know what opamp is inside the T4?
post #99 of 733
Thread Starter 
I don't remember what it is. Why not email iBasso?
post #100 of 733
Just received mine, i knew it was going to be small, but holy crap it's small
post #101 of 733
I was also wondering if somebody knows the specs of its predecessor, the T2. Especially the bassboost (T4 = 120hz + 3db) and the crossfeed (pitty it's gone on the T4). opamps types also welcome. So who's the first to open a T4 and share it's innerds with a lovely photo!
post #102 of 733
Oh, and for the record, i do get a little bit of hiss with the livewires, but less than the HP out of my iriver.
post #103 of 733
Anyone want to save me $109 and tell me the T4 sucks with SE530s??
I would love something this small, cheap and good sounding to pair with my 4G Nano.
post #104 of 733
Just ordered the T4 as my first amp. I like the small size, just hoping it sounds good with my X10 and D2.
post #105 of 733
dude when was the last time you cleaned you nice vmodas? lol
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