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post #496 of 822
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Originally Posted by XanderTJ View Post

Here's a question: Why do people have a problem with charging a player once a day? If through extended play you make it from when you first start using it to the end of the day, why is that a problem?


Because I hate having to constantly charge a player. With the Studio V I've gone for weeks without charging it and that is nice. I tend to have OCD and don't like stressing out over stupid things such as charging my players on a daily basis.

post #497 of 822
Charging a player once a day is not "constantly charging your player."

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post #498 of 822

I consider it so. One reason why I don't use my DX100 all the time. While it may be a very good unit it last about 7 hours per charge. Sometimes I may forget to even charge my unit and then when it's needed I can't use it. I've yet to have that happen on my Studio V. Not to mention the large battery life is just a plus as the sound quality crushes any ipod or cowon (even an amped one).
 


Edited by lee730 - 6/24/12 at 8:03pm
post #499 of 822

If you can't learn to live with compromises with electronics, you're not allowed to consider yourself a hobbyist. Pay better attention to your battery life. :|

 

Charging once a day? Be happy!

post #500 of 822

Why would I want to live with compromise when I don't have to? Especially when I'm paying for it. As time goes by things improve. Including battery life. Nothing wrong with getting with the times and improving, instead of being stuck in the stone-age. At the same time the improved sound quality has raised my standards and continues to put a smile on my face. I think a big part of being in this hobby is accepting compromise (but on certain things). An example would be the UI on many of these Chinese DAPs. Generally they aren't the best but the sound quality you gain is often well worth it.  But if you are ok with charging your DAP everyday, good for you. I'd rather not be limited to that although I do own DAPs that do require so. The battery life isn't the best feature on the Studio V IMO, it's the sound quality you get in an extremely durable and portable package.


Edited by lee730 - 6/24/12 at 9:30pm
post #501 of 822
Because not all of us have that luxury.

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Originally Posted by XanderTJ View Post

Because not all of us have that luxury.
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Ofcourse but why slate him for enjoying it? 

 

If you have the cash, you get the battery life. if not, life with once a day charging like with most smartphones, big whoop.

post #503 of 822

Are you guys having hiss with high sensitivity IEMs only? Or all? Could you list which IEMs do/do not hiss with the studio v?

post #504 of 822

You are most likely to hear hiss on high sensitive IEMs or headphones. But with harder to drive IEMs or headphones it should be a non-issue. But I highly recommend pairing this unit with a darker headphone/IEM as combining a bright headphone/IEM with a bright sources is a recipe for disaster. Although there are those treble heads out there lol.
 


Edited by lee730 - 7/1/12 at 1:29pm
post #505 of 822
Thanks for nice review and inform posts
HiSound Studio V very interested especially with theirs promotions
like Studio V + Golden Crystal just for 390 USD)))
post #506 of 822

Just curious is there a difference between the Silver Crystal and the Golden one? Either way the Silver Crystal has pleasantly surprised me. For its asking price it is also a great value. I don't know how Hi-sound does it but they do offer some really nice products.
 

post #507 of 822

Interested too anyone can compare bogth earphones Golden Crystal vs. Crystal?

post #508 of 822

"Are you guys having hiss with high sensitivity IEMs only? Or all? Could you list which IEMs do/do not hiss with the studio v?"

 

can anyone confirm if they can hear hiss with the vsonic gr07?

if so, would using an amp ( i.e. headstage arrow) decrease/remove the hiss?
 

post #509 of 822
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Originally Posted by Matter View Post

Can anyone compare the Studio with the RoCoo BA?

I have the BA and it sounds really awesome but I'm just curious how different these 2 are.

 

Thanks!


BA sound is more neutral while Studio has more defination. Studio has a problem with upper-mids and mid-bass section. It's sound a bit tinny because of less entity on mid-bass section. But Studio still has more clarity and good in bass and sub-bass section

post #510 of 822
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Originally Posted by cique View Post


BA sound is more neutral while Studio has more defination. Studio has a problem with upper-mids and mid-bass section. It's sound a bit tinny because of less entity on mid-bass section. But Studio still has more clarity and good in bass and sub-bass section

 

Leaner, tighter bass.

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