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S:flo2 LO Vs Sansa Fuye LO

post #1 of 5
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Hey Guys
recently i was reading about the s:flo2, and having a Sansa Fuze V2 Rockboxed, searched for comparison between the two.the fuze is less powerful was my conclusion, but people praised the s:flo2's LO. Now, i have a question, what would be better between the two
Sansa Fuze LO>Amp>RE Zeros
or
s:flo2>Amp>zeros

basically, when output is from LO, Which one sounds better?
The amp in my case, at the moment is a Mini^3.
post #2 of 5

Purely comparing LO, I'll say S:flo2 is better - more transparent and better dynamic.

post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 
What does more dynamic mean here?
I was under the impression that the fuze had flat FR curves & the LO would be even better.
post #4 of 5

The S;Flo2 has better sound quality through HP jack than Fuze and it improves further if use line-out with AMPs. It has more power(volume), higher resolution and wider soundstage.

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Originally Posted by psgarcha92 View Post

What does more dynamic mean here?
I was under the impression that the fuze had flat FR curves & the LO would be even better.


Dynamic means dynamic range, the ratio between the highest and lowest volume. The bigger the dynamic range, usually the better the resolution.

 

Flat FR doesn't guarantee better sounding. It is just one among many hardware spec.

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