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Also do you guys prefer SD card input or USB input from PC? :)

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Thanks for the reply!

 

How do you find the song navigation of Invicta or Mirus? Can I choose or search songs as easy as those portable players like AK240 or Sony ZX2? :)

 

It's easy enough, just goes by folder so organization is key. Having a 256GB card may get a little cumbersome though. If I was doing that, I'd break it down into genres and mayeb even sub-genres from there, then artist, then album. At the moment I just use a few 64GB cards and each one has a different genre on it. Works well for me. I wouldn't say it's on par with a modern Android setup - no searching by artist or song, for example, just folder browsing. 

 

 

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Also do you guys prefer SD card input or USB input from PC? :)

 

I like having both. The SD cards are great for my frequently used reference material. EspeciallyDXD and DSD128 which not every computer playback program or music server is happy to handle. But for my entire 4TB collection, SD cards wouldn't cut it. 

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This is awesome! Thank u so much fir the reply! wink.gif
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Some more questions. Has anyone here tried Pathos Aurium headphone amp? Do you think its sound pairs well with the Invicta Mirus? Or should i just choose the DAC/amp combo for my TH900? smily_headphones1.gif

Im asking because my budget is up to that amp :P
Edited by yc1204 - 5/16/15 at 5:15pm
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Sorry, haven't heard the Aurium. I will say the Invicta has paired well with nearly every amp I've used - which has been dozens over the past year. 

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