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post #91 of 2089
ooo better get some confirmation first!
post #92 of 2089
I will keep my eye on this thread. Sounds like a good DAP, need more people to tell us more
post #93 of 2089
need a complete review!!
post #94 of 2089
I have had this player for almost a week now and I love it. The sound is crisp and clear and detailed so much so that i don't even go near my other players which are an x5l and a Trekstor, that is the measure of the player. Everything sounds fresh and new to my 57 year old ears and I am listening most of the day. Think of it as an enlarged shuffle, it doesn't have a playlist function that I am aware of but it does shuffle through the songs and seems to have a very good battery life , this needs more time. The highs are clear and bright and the bass is so smooth and not in the least bloated which is the case with many players, everything is, I feel, as it should be. Don't forget this is primarily a music player and is not designed with anything else in mind so in that it is a first, if you seek anything but perfect reproduction of music go elsewhere but for me the player is what I have longed for for ages,
Thank you Hiaudio!!
If it's not 320 don't use it this player is hyper critical!!
post #95 of 2089
You sound like you were paid to market the device haha just what I needed
post #96 of 2089
Ooo.. ok... So, where should I put my 3 weeks old Sony Walkman NWZ-X1060 ? Mmmmm,,,, Temptation. Must resist it
post #97 of 2089
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by ulsanman View Post
I have had this player for almost a week now and I love it. The sound is crisp and clear and detailed so much so that i don't even go near my other players which are an x5l and a Trekstor, that is the measure of the player. Everything sounds fresh and new to my 57 year old ears and I am listening most of the day. Think of it as an enlarged shuffle, it doesn't have a playlist function that I am aware of but it does shuffle through the songs and seems to have a very good battery life , this needs more time. The highs are clear and bright and the bass is so smooth and not in the least bloated which is the case with many players, everything is, I feel, as it should be. Don't forget this is primarily a music player and is not designed with anything else in mind so in that it is a first, if you seek anything but perfect reproduction of music go elsewhere but for me the player is what I have longed for for ages,
Thank you Hiaudio!!
If it's not 320 don't use it this player is hyper critical!!
i am glad to see that you have similar feeling to me i really felt the same way wen i got it. Just out of curiosity what headphones are you using with yours.

I am not trying to insult your intelligence but are you aware that it does not only shuffle but you can go to menu and chose songs and what not.

I only ask cos it took me about a week of using it to figure out how to go the menu and select the song i wanted
post #98 of 2089
You can give your sony to me
post #99 of 2089
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Originally Posted by blawhh View Post
You can give your sony to me
He he he he... Beside that, where should I hide the new DAP (the AMP3) from my wife ? heh he heh e... Wow.. This is the curse for being too long with head-fi
Edit: Wait.... I already have the D10......


Back to topic. I hope tstarn06, sasaki or others owners can give us a good/detailed reviews.
post #100 of 2089
dont put it in your pockets it will cut a hole:
post #101 of 2089
I have PK1s and Supermodded Ultimate 10s making them custom 11s but strangely enough I find that I use the provided buds the most, I think they really have sought to have all the parts complement each other, it's not that the others sound bad it's just that their buds seem to have everything , apart from isolation!!
post #102 of 2089
^^ AMP3 salesman cool good to know that they sound great
post #103 of 2089
I got a private e-mail from Jack Fu of hisound to apologise for the communication lost.
He is well and active
post #104 of 2089
Site is back up... but not updates
post #105 of 2089
FWIW, Craig at Whiplash has a Sony X1060, and he says the Amp3, which in no way can compete feature-wise, kicks the Sony's butt SQ-wise. This is from a guy who owns a high-end audio store and is burning in his Senn HD800s right now. Of course, he sells the Amp3 too. But why bother making that claim if it's not true? I am very excited to get this machine, even with it's ugly jagged edges. This is also what I was looking for in a DAP. And with the SDHC option, sky is the limit. I only wish the 32GB SDHC cards were out.

I am also interested in trying it out as an amp and the Touch via LOD.

Best thing is Ulsanman is 57 years old, and so am I. That's a good enough endorsement for me.
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