Originally Posted by tim3320070
From "what you hear" is from personal experience or what you have read?
Personal experience; albeit I was using an Rx and K702s; it comes down to how revealing your equipment is; if your headphones are pretty good and you have good source files you can tell the difference in some songs; for me it's easiest to hear the difference in classical and acoustic music; something with small nuances/details.
Originally Posted by dragonball
For question 1, i wanted to know how significant is the difference? Is it worth paying double the amount for S:Flo2 ?
For me? Yes because that extra bit of detail, power, and increase in soundstage helps with the overall music experience. If you only have the Clip+ and you want something that sounds better and have the money, then it's worth it.
I had the s:flo2 first and got the Clip+ for use in the car but I still love it; great player but it just isn't THAT good.