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Edited by rubenhan - 10/18/13 at 3:34pm
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the iAudio is the battery life king, followed by the Samsung and Sony, with the Sansa's in far last place.

i'd personally pick that iAudio.
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I do not have the q2 so if my suggestion is completely incorrect then sorry, but I don't own one because I've read far too many complaints about poor battery life on the q2. There have been many claims that you'll be lucky to push 5 or 6 hours on it if you don't turn off absolutely everything on it.
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i think i7 is suit for you, after all, u have used 2 cowons before
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Iaudio 7 is a very good player. I used it for quite a couple of months before getting X1060.

U will loved it. Trust me.
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I'm only getting 7 hours playing FLAC files on my Clip+
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i would definitely choose the iaudio7 over the clip+ BUT...i believe u CANNOT expand the memory on the iaudio7 as u can on the clip+. correct me on this tho if im wrong seriously.
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Originally Posted by Jeremy1234 View Post
Iaudio 7 is a very good player. I used it for quite a couple of months before getting X1060.

U will loved it. Trust me.
then whats your take on the i7 vs X ?
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Originally Posted by dippyboy_87 View Post
then whats your take on the i7 vs X ?
U won't go wrong on either of them but X price is ex.

Somebody mentioned here that the X got warm sound but to me the I7 is much warmer.

X had better detail than I7.

U had been using Iaudio players before so the sound character is roughly there for I7 or better.

Initially, when I listened to X, I also feel that I7 is better but when u listened more. U will feel likewise.

X definitely win over quality. Sound is much cleaner & focus.

U should try out yourself. Anyway, X is not in your list of mp3.
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