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i am glad too. btw, how long is battery charging time? loading for 4 hours now and already was 3/4 full.


I figure around 10+ hours to fully charge from a compete drain.

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Does anyone know what Studio V will drive best? between LCD2 , HD 650 or UMM

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so which player would you recommend?

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so which player would you recommend?

Studio V is a great choice and probably a better one than the 3rd anv which has less gain. Ignore Whodatroll.bigsmile_face.gif

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These hisound thread has been trolled hard by stozzer clones.


Edited by RoMee - 12/30/12 at 8:22am
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my studio v sounds even a little better, thab my iphone paired with a fiio e7, no matter which headphone i connect to it (besides balanced armarture iems, because they really need low output impedance). build, looks, runtime and sdcard slot are also awesome in my books.

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hope your comment was meant ironic.

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hope your comment was meant ironic.

 

He is a troll.

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ignoring troll people, btw has anyone had answer for my question?
post #730 of 828
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Originally Posted by sofastreamer View Post

my studio v sounds even a little better, thab my iphone paired with a fiio e7, no matter which headphone i connect to it (besides balanced armarture iems, because they really need low output impedance). build, looks, runtime and sdcard slot are also awesome in my books.


Do you know what the Studio V 3rd ANVs output impedance is? I had questioned goodvibes on it and through mathematics he came to around 1.5 ohms. Not sure if this is correct though but I would like to find out for sure.

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Do you know what the Studio V 3rd ANVs output impedance is? I had questioned goodvibes on it and through mathematics he came to around 1.5 ohms. Not sure if this is correct though but I would like to find out for sure.

 


I've heard that anything over 1ohm is good for full size headphones but not that much benefit for sensitive IEMs. I have also tried to ask Hisound but it seems they don't want to reveal that information which is hardly understood

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I've heard that anything over 1ohm is good for full size headphones but not that much benefit for sensitive IEMs. I have also tried to ask Hisound but it seems they don't want to reveal that information which is hardly understood


Well generally there is the 1/8 rule. Most IEMs are what 16 ohms or around that? So with 2 ohms you should be fine. I was under the impression though via calculations it is slightly under 1.5 ohms. I never seemed to have issues on my BA but still there is hiss.

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here you can see, how the studio ruins the frequency response of impedance sensetive iems: http://www.markuskraus.com/RMAA/studio/data.htm

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here you can see, how the studio ruins the frequency response of impedance sensetive iems: http://www.markuskraus.com/RMAA/studio/data.htm

 

What model is this though? There are 3 models and the first is very bad from what I've been told and even hisound said it is only suitable to hard to drive IEMs. I have a feeling this graph is from their first model.


Edited by lee730 - 1/1/13 at 5:49am
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That's a pre V and not at all representative. You guys need to stop circulating irrelevant material.

 

A TF10 as load will make even a 2 ohm output impedance look bad but the graph linked is from an earlier model with a higher output impedance and it shows. It's about the same curve you'd see from some Sony DAPs with too high an output impedance and better than an unmodified AK100. It also has nothing to do with the current Studio V or ANV 3 which have lower outpt output impedances. It's like saying to not to buy a Sansa clip zip because the Sansa view wasn't well regarded.blink.gif

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