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post #76 of 356
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Originally Posted by LevA View Post

that is one huge mother..................


Agree, but it sure is purty!

post #77 of 356
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Originally Posted by LevA View Post

that is one huge mother..................





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Agree, but it sure is purty!



I agree, it is big, but it's damn fine lookin'!!!

post #78 of 356

the engraving has a nice touch to it. Also I'm a big fan of wood when it comes to audio devices

post #79 of 356

I looked at the link from the last page before i'd read this page and was ready to come back and say something about it being pretty big, but very pretty. guess i don't need to it's been said. looks nice with the screen on.

post #80 of 356

Prediction:  it will be too big to carry around properly, there will be lots of bugs and an annoying UI. It will fall apart within a week.  Some of you will buy it and think it's better than sex.


Edited by Bennyboy71 - 9/26/10 at 4:48am
post #81 of 356

And i still wonder why wouldn't they put inside a lot of memory.

post #82 of 356
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Originally Posted by Bennyboy71 View Post

Prediction:  it will be too big to carry around properly, there will be lots of bugs and an annoying UI. It will fall apart within a week.  Some of you will buy it and think it's better than sex.


Prediction people will judge it before even listening to it and then point to flat RMAA graphs on a sansa fuze and say if you buy anything else your wasting your money.

post #83 of 356
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Prediction people will judge it before even listening to it and then point to flat RMAA graphs on a sansa fuze and say if you buy anything else your wasting your money.




Now that's funny
post #84 of 356

I have to say this thing looks extremely cool, but it sure looks big. I wish it had more storage space. I'd be willing to give it a try.

post #85 of 356
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Originally Posted by swanlee View Post


Prediction people will judge it before even listening to it and then point to flat RMAA graphs on a sansa fuze and say if you buy anything else your wasting your money.


I'm sure there is a 10 page thread on anythingbutipod.com doing just that already.

post #86 of 356

I personally think it's butt ass ugly. Hopefully the sound will make up for it.

post #87 of 356

"judge it before even listening" 

I can see this phrase lots of times in the last 6 pages but honestly if you have a budget near 635 US $ and this new player  well be priced near your budget well you attempt to by a decent--->(player +amp+headphone ) or just a colorfly ,I choose the first Choice.

 
post #88 of 356

Its awesome , I love it. But by gingos it's so bloody gaudy!

post #89 of 356

wow. a wooden DAP. i would SO buy this if it weren't for the measly 32GB storage capacity for it's size (it's barely pocketable)

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'hope the SQ would give justice to it's RP and wood finish.


Edited by aL69 - 9/27/10 at 8:10am
post #90 of 356

More photos.

Someone opened the player; and, some of photos seem to be promotion materials. You got to see and believe.

http://bbs.imp3.net/thread-901318-1-1.html

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