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post #16 of 57

Where can I buy HiFiMan 801 or 602?

 

I need to know about the storage capacity of both.

 

Cheers

post #17 of 57

^ You can buy one directly from here. http://www.head-direct.com/

You will also find specifications of the HM-801 but you have to remember the 602 is yet to be released.

post #18 of 57

I would of thought the Nationite Sflo 2 would of been voted as the best SQ player on here as so many here swear by it, but it looks like the HiFI Man beat it.

post #19 of 57

Well they are in completely different price ranges. One is 800 or so I think and another is under $200

post #20 of 57
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Originally Posted by rawrster View Post

Well they are in completely different price ranges. One is 800 or so I think and another is under $200

Good amp+ S:FLO2 is better way to go

 

HIfiman is just way too large to carry around^^
 

post #21 of 57

^

Maybe but I don't think I'll ever find out. I'm not a big fan of touch screen and don't like carrying around amps except for my transportable dac/amp. While they may be very good an investment of the s:flo2 along with even a smaller amp (T3D, pico slim, arrow, etc) will be wasted on me. I probably have a commute of around 3.5 hours total a day and probably 2.5 hours of that is me sleeping. If I was awake for the entire time I may consider getting something like that s:flo but the battery and the possibility of it not working on my machine worries me since I haven't heard anything about it working fine on linux.

post #22 of 57
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Originally Posted by Albinoni View Post

I would of thought the Nationite Sflo 2 would of been voted as the best SQ player on here as so many here swear by it, but it looks like the HiFI Man beat it.


LOL!  Do you even know how much the HiFiMan costs and how big it is?  I love my Sflo2.  I'll put my $690 in savings to better use.

post #23 of 57

Although I have not heard one I put my vote for theHiFiMAN HM-801.

Runner up would be the RWA iMod

post #24 of 57
  1. All-around:  HM-801
  2. Full-size Cans Only:  HiSound Studio 1
  3. Greatest Storage Capacity:  RWA Super-iMod
post #25 of 57
Thread Starter 
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  1. All-around:  HM-801
  2. Full-size Cans Only:  HiSound Studio 1
  3. Greatest Storage Capacity:  RWA Super-iMod


What about IEM's? I'll be getting a paid of MT Gold's this Saturday..(hopefully depending on Fedex)
 

post #26 of 57
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What about IEM's? I'll be getting a paid of MT Gold's this Saturday..(hopefully depending on Fedex)
 


I'm not sure I understand your question with regards to the OP (original post), but you may want to scan my "Battle of the DAPs" review in my signature block to start.

post #27 of 57
Thread Starter 

I was just asking about the best pmp for iems but yeah if i find time to read ur extremely long post, it will be done. No offense. =)

post #28 of 57
Thread Starter 
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LOL!  Do you even know how much the HiFiMan costs and how big it is?  I love my Sflo2.  I'll put my $690 in savings to better use.


Hay Anaxilus where did you buy your Sflo2. Can't find it anywhere.
 

post #29 of 57
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Hay Anaxilus where did you buy your Sflo2. Can't find it anywhere.
 


mp4Nation is the place to buy it: http://mp4nation.net/catalog/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=1_36_58

post #30 of 57
Thread Starter 

DAMG IT 16 gig model "cannot be found." 32 gigs would be amazing. I'm maxed out at 8

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