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Any idea when itll be out? 

post #992 of 996
Z03?

Subbed thread [(o).(o)]
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Sorry if this has already been covered but this is a loong thread. Anyone found that interference is a problem when using the Zo  with a 'phone as a DAP?
 

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I think I've read about this problem before but I can't offer first-hand experience.
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Originally Posted by krismusic View Post

Sorry if this has already been covered but this is a loong thread. Anyone found that interference is a problem when using the Zo  with a 'phone as a DAP?
 

post #995 of 996

I was super-psyched about the ZO2.  It's sitting in a drawer somewhere because I hated it.  Maybe there's something wrong with my ears because I also hate the O2.

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I doubt that there is anything wrong with your ears. Different flavours for different folks. I am sceptical because I have always been of the opinion that all that processing can do is f* ck the original signal up. I know that I dislike BBE and the contour switch on my Graham Slee Voyager. The idea of transforming the sound of an accurate but uninvolving rig for £80 is very tempting though.
Edited by krismusic - 3/2/13 at 3:21pm
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