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post #121 of 162
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Originally Posted by Vidmaven View Post
 

1. iBasso DX50 (in transit)
2. Colorfly C3
3. Fiio X3
4. Xuelin 760 (in transit)
5. 7th Gen 160GB Classic
6. 5.5 Gen 80GB
7. 5th Gen 30GB
8. 3rd Gen 8GB Nano
9. 7th Gen 16GB Nano
10. 2nd Gen 2 GB Nano
11. 4th Gen 32GB iTouch
12. 16GB iPhone 4S

13. iPad
14. Note 10.1

 

 

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Originally Posted by puffmtd View Post
 

In no particular order:

Colorfly C3

Fiio X3

Xuelin 760

Ibasso DX50

Hippo Biscuit

Cowon J3

Cowon Iaudio 9+

Cowon D2

Sandisk ClipZip (2 of these)

 

Hey bros, I'd love to read your personal comparison between Fiio X3 and DX50 if u have time and don't mind:) although maybe it's been made by someone else out there.

being very confused to decide as I haven't got the DX50 demo set here.

something like pros and cons at each dap would works,e.g. I saw in youtube that the DX50's touch screen responsiveness is not that good is it? then how about the sound signature respectively?

post #122 of 162

Right now...too many, but still I want more

 

HifiMan - HM-801

HifiMan - HM-601

Hisoundaudio - Studio V

Hisoundaudio - Studio 3rd Anniversary

Hisoundaudio  - Nova N3

 

Nokia N8 - no longer used as a phone, but still works as a great dap

 

Iphone 5 - work phone

Nokia Lumia 920 - private phone

post #123 of 162

iPod Classic 160GB
(like to use this with CX150 or EX300 = fun sounding IEM's with a flat sounding EQ plus the EX300 has a decent soundstage)

Walkman Z1050
(probably the best DAP that I have, normally use this in combination with the Klipsch; the S-Master Amp on it reduces the hiss on them Klipsch, but I also use my UE's IEM's with it too)

Walkman E574
(the all-rounder, although after listening to the Z, I must use one of my UE IEM's to get ALMOST the same SQ as if I were on the Z)

Galaxy Nexus (not often used anymore except on a blue moon day where i forget any of my above units lol. I still got music on it cause thats the one I used before buying a dedicated DAP)

 

Slightly off topic but I find that if i plug in my AKG K420s or UE600 into my Asus laptop it sounds better than all of them.

post #124 of 162

AK120

Apple iPod Touch 1st and 5th Gen, Classic

Apple iPhone 3G, 4S, and 5S

Sony F807, G750, and Net MD

Microsoft Zune HD

post #125 of 162
Clip zip for the gym
ipod Shuffle as a gym backup player
Iphone 4 loaded with FLAC files, it's my main DAP
iPad 2
And just acquired LG G2, it's my phone so I don't use it for audio often.

I guess I have more players then I though I did.
post #126 of 162

1. Iriver IHP-140 80GB HDD Upgrade 2200MAH Battery Upgrade

post #127 of 162

Ibasso dx50

ak100

galaxy note 2 an 3

ipod touch 4th gen

ipod photo

Cowon j3

Hisound nova 1

Iphone 4s

 

thats.... alot I never realize I have this many

post #128 of 162

1. DX50

2. iPod 5.5 30gb

3. iPod 5.5 80gb

4. iPhone 4S 16gb

5. Colorfly C3

6. Fuze V1 (for sale)

post #129 of 162

Currently:

iPod 5.5G 80GB Rockboxed

iPod Classic 7G 160GB

iPod touch 4G - 32GB & 64GB

I'm waiting on another iPod classic rocking EmCore,...

Creative Zen Flash 32GB

Creative ZVM - Not in use but I own it

Sansa ClipZip 8GB (workout player)

Nokia Lumia 920 32GB - until Monday,...

On Monday: Samsung Note 3 32GB

 

I might have some other stuff around the house,...nothing I can remember ATM.

post #130 of 162

Fiio X3

Sony f886

Sony x1050

Sony A826

Sony S629F

Sony z(works phone)

Colorfly c3

ipod classic 7g

ipod touch 4g

ipod video 5.5g 240gig(Rockboxed)

ipod video 5g(going to mod with flash card)

clip zip(RB)

 

Fiio x5 next year then im done,

and maybe x1,doh!

post #131 of 162
Since joining head-fi these are the sources I've gone through.. Out of all of them I give high credit to the hisound players and the little colorfly C3. Out of all these I'm still not completely happy with what we have avilable In performance.


iPod Touch 4G - 8GB
iBasso DX50 (8GB + 32GB SD Card) (sold)
Xuelin IHIFI 760 (8GB+ 32GB SD Card)
Cowon J3 (16GB + 32GB SD Card) (sold)
Studio V 2nd Edition (4GB + 32GB SD Card)
iPod Video 5.5 Generation Black 80GB (sold)
Hisound Rocco BA (4GB + 32GB SD Card)
Sansa Fuze v2 (4GB + 32GB SD Card) (sold)
Hifiman HM-601 (8GB + 32GB SD Card) (sold)
Colorfly CK4+ (8GB + 32GB SD Card) (sold)
Colourlfy C3 (4GB + 32GB SD Card)
Cowon C2 (16GB + 32GB SD Card) (sold)
Cowon D2+ (16GB + 32GB SD card) (sold)
4GB SanDisk Fuze+ (16GB SD Card) (sold)
Cowon S9 (32GB) (V-2.53) (sold)
4GB SanDisk Sansa Clip+ (32GB SD CARD) (Rockbox 3.13)
iPod Nano 1G - 2GB (Rockbox 3.10)
iPod Mini 1G - 4GB (Rockbox 3.10)
iPod Mini 2G - 8GB CF Mod (Rockbox 3.11) (sold)
iPod Touch 2G - 8GB (sold)
Sony Media Player Walkman NWZ-A828 - 8GB (sold)
Creative MuVu - V100 2GB
Sony MD Walkman MZ-R501
post #132 of 162

I didn't list all my previous players,...too damn many to count. Good amount of different Sony, Creative, and Archos players in there. A number of different Sansa players as well - too bad the Sansa View was such a bomb.

post #133 of 162

I've toned down the collection recently.

 

Sony NWZ-S639 16GB

Cowon D2+ 16GB with 4GB SD card

Sansa Clip Zip with Rockbox 4GB with 16GB microSD card

Sansa Fuze+ with Rockbox 16GB

Sansa e280 with Rockbox 8GB

 

And my phone sometimes serves as DAP.....LG Optimus G Pro 32GB running Jellybean 4.1.2 

post #134 of 162
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Originally Posted by Achmedisdead View Post

I've toned down the collection recently.

Sony NWZ-S639 16GB
Cowon D2+ 16GB with 4GB SD card
Sansa Clip Zip with Rockbox 4GB with 16GB microSD card
Sansa Fuze+ with Rockbox 16GB
Sansa e280 with Rockbox 8GB

And my phone sometimes serves as DAP.....LG Optimus G Pro 32GB running Jellybean 4.1.2 

Did you sell your terra player did you? wink.gif
post #135 of 162
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post


Did you sell your terra player did you? wink.gif

 

If someone gave me a Tera Player I would sell it....lol.

 

 Also, I guess it's worth noting here that since getting my Nexus 7, I removed all video and games from my Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus (since the Nexus is much better at those things), and loaded up a 32GB card of music for the G-Tab. I don't carry it around and listen to headphones with it, but I do plug it into either the boombox on my nightstand (most of the time) or occasionally my stereo. Podcasts and music coming from it sound decent enough in that role, plus it serves as my alarm clock too.

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