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post #16 of 27
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Originally Posted by krmathis View Post
5G iPod
Yup, my fav!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Plus my Cowon S9 and Sony S639.
post #17 of 27
Rockboxed Gigabeat F. Yep, it's true - beats out all the other players I've ever owned (even my EQ-tweaked Cowon S9, albeit just barely).

Had to really fiddle with the EQ settings to get it just right, however.
post #18 of 27
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Originally Posted by shenchen2006 View Post
If you don't care about money I give you the final recommend, which are called "four magic": sony d50, iMOD, kenwood d9, B&O 2 as ufo in common. They have the best sound as MP3 player, and their prices are also fantastic haha
I can't find anything on the Kenwood or the B&O. Anyone have any links?
post #19 of 27
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I can't find anything on the Kenwood or the B&O
Do not know about the B&O, but this is the first time i see such truncated version of kenwood's model name. Full name is HD60GD9, it can easily be googled.
post #20 of 27
"....of all time.... listen very carefully boys and girls.....

Sony NW-HD5 Network Walkman. I cruise a few of them."


-Mister Rogers on LSD:
post #21 of 27
5.5 G imod.
post #22 of 27
Has anyone compared the 5g imod to a hifiman?
post #23 of 27
I recommend a 5.5 G diymod/Imod with a capable amp. Probably the best I've heard yet. I prefer it to my X Walkman, Sansa Clip, AMP3 and the HD5 that I've owned in the past.

If you value portability though and tend to go ampless, the X takes my vote.
post #24 of 27
jvc alneo V80 or hd500
post #25 of 27
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Originally Posted by shenchen2006 View Post
If you don't care about money I give you the final recommend, which are called "four magic": sony d50, iMOD, kenwood d9, B&O 2 as ufo in common. They have the best sound as MP3 player, and their prices are also fantastic haha
B&O 6 not sound as good as B&O 2??
post #26 of 27
who has heard the b&o 2?
post #27 of 27
I doubt Amp3 can be the best. I've just heard the Pro 2 version and the hissing is not that bearable.
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