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HiSoundAudio(?) RoCoo MP3 player with class A amp

post #1 of 81
Thread Starter 
Uncle Wilson from Jaben posted something remotely interesting: The RoCoo... and more...



Sure looks like a Sony stick ripoff design, but looks way more appealing than the insane $700 Hifiman brick, and more portable than the AMP3 or Teclast T51 (aka S-Flo2) as well. I wonder if it really sounds any better than your average brand-quality player.
post #2 of 81
Yeah some info would be great, no info is frustrating.
post #3 of 81
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Guess we'll just have to wait a bit since it's totally fresh news... specs and reviews will certainly start to trickle in over time.
post #4 of 81
I stoked w/this 1,...............
post #5 of 81
This player looks exactly like the Cube C30, and the Cube C30 uses BBE, I'm thinking it would probably be better because HISoundAudio builds more higher end products

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post #6 of 81
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Wow! If this player really uses BBE it would be way ahead of the other Chinese so-called "high-end" players available - at least for my taste. Cowon's implementation of BBE is pretty much the best sound enhancement selection I've heard on portable players.
post #7 of 81
I'd like to see a few more details. The Cube C30 is said to have good sound quality. But I'd like to see if there are any internal differences between this and the C30 that might make it better.
post #8 of 81
Interesting design, although I question how long the battery will last, especially with an apparent Class A amp in it.
post #9 of 81
The AMP3 Pro had a class A amp and it had insane battery life.
post #10 of 81
Interesting, hopefully it has an SD slot otherwise it is going to be crippled by lack of storage space. All these high end players and none with a lot of space to put lossless audio on. Hopefully someone realizes that players aimed for audiophile need a lot of storage cause audiophile prefer lossless audio.

Can't wait till 2+ years from now when flash/ssd becomes cheap enough to have 500GB high end players.
post #11 of 81
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The AMP3 Pro had a class A amp and it had insane battery life.
the AMP3 was also a metallic brick. This thing looks light..
post #12 of 81
That design and size could really catch on. HiSound need to focus on keeping things stable now as a mainstream design will catch more naysayers than a small group of 'audiophiles' ever will.
post #13 of 81
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Interesting, hopefully it has an SD slot otherwise it is going to be crippled by lack of storage space. All these high end players and none with a lot of space to put lossless audio on. Hopefully someone realizes that players aimed for audiophile need a lot of storage cause audiophile prefer lossless audio.

Can't wait till 2+ years from now when flash/ssd becomes cheap enough to have 500GB high end players.
yup, 4gb + microSD slot... here are some specs:

Hisoundaudio RoCoo DAP mit Class A Verstärker Silber - Artikeldetailansicht - ::: mp4audio.de ::: Ihr Partner für Elektronik
post #14 of 81
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Well at least you can swap out SD cards but seems limited to 16GB. 32GB micro SD cards should be hitting the street soon. Still wish someone would step up the plate and make the ultimate portable audiophile device with 100+ GB of storage. An SFLO 2 with a large amount of storage would be ideal.
post #15 of 81
I just received a sample of ROCOO-A offered by Hisoundaudio for testing and evaluation.

Jack Fu from Hisoundaudio told me there are two versions of ROCOO, ROCOO-A employs the class A amp, the battery time will be around 10 hours ( i still didn't have time to test it) ROCOO-B employs the class AB amp. battery time will be 30 hours.

there is a "hidden" OLED screen, when operation, it will appear, this is very
ingenious design.

There is no BBE. JACK told me, they don't like the artificiall sound effect. also, there is no EQ,just like amp3.

My first impression of the sound quality is amazing and incredible. it also can boost well with my HD 600.

By the way, the IEM with the player also very decent, maybe on par of these phones of sub-$ 150.

My sample is ROCOO-A. I will post more when further familiar with it.
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