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post #181 of 221
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Originally Posted by tim3320070 View Post

A simple search would have confirmed this for you multiple times in the affirmative

Is this true of the Galaxy S3 mini as well?

post #182 of 221
Sorry to ask may i know can this be used/connect with Samsung Galaxy Note 2 alone ?
post #183 of 221
Yes it works with the Note 2. I have a case that attaches it to the phone. I am selling mine PM me if interested.
post #184 of 221
this is nice
post #185 of 221

Is there any way to use this as an amp/DAC at the same time with my ipod 7G classic?

post #186 of 221

you have to use apple certified device with non IOS loaded device , ibasso d zero is not an apple certified device

post #187 of 221
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Originally Posted by Retrias View Post

you have to use apple certified device with non IOS loaded device , ibasso d zero is not an apple certified device

 

Thanks for reply. I researched a bit and found a few brands that are apple certified and the price is just too much for now (still in college). How would the iBasso D-Zero fare as an amp for the iPod Classic 160GB (7G) + DT 770 PRO 250 ohms? Should I just get the E11 or E07K? My fear is that getting the E07K might not be enough for the 250 ohms while iBasso is said to support headphone with an impedance up to 300 Ohms.

post #188 of 221

well put it this way , I am using an ipod touch now for my day to day portable player basis, it is hooked to Fiio E17. With that combo I am getting a sastifying result that is noticeably better then just using it raw.

I am saying this because of how Ibasso D zero are made to compete with Fiio e7, and Fiio E17 is the bigger brother. I suggest you try getting a Fiio E17 since they are reportedly great with those 250 ohm headphones

post #189 of 221
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Originally Posted by Retrias View Post

well put it this way , I am using an ipod touch now for my day to day portable player basis, it is hooked to Fiio E17. With that combo I am getting a sastifying result that is noticeably better then just using it raw.

I am saying this because of how Ibasso D zero are made to compete with Fiio e7, and Fiio E17 is the bigger brother. I suggest you try getting a Fiio E17 since they are reportedly great with those 250 ohm headphones


Thanks! Will try to audition the E17 and D-Zero in the following week.

post #190 of 221

hi, a noob question most of my song is mp3 320 kbps /44.1khz & Flac 900 kbps to 1000kbps / 44.1khz will the D-zero work?

post #191 of 221

That would be a yes,  the dzero will work with those files

post #192 of 221

how about fiio f07k andes?

post #193 of 221

I'm thinking of getting a D-Zero, but I read that it won't pair well with my HD25-II because they both sound bright. Is this fixable by recabling my HD25?

post #194 of 221

The D-Zero isn't bright in my opinion. Many like to listen to products in the context of a few minutes, with a product not broken-in, and or with a headphone or IEM that simply wasn't a good match and they jump to conclusions.

Only trust to the opinions of thos of us whom actually own and have used the D-Zero over time please. No one else's opinion weighs as heavily.

post #195 of 221
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The D-Zero isn't bright in my opinion. Many like to listen to products in the context of a few minutes, with a product not broken-in, and or with a headphone or IEM that simply wasn't a good match and they jump to conclusions.

 

good to hear that! I think I think I really like the D-Zero and I'm definitely getting one.
 


Edited by Lo2-NL - 4/10/13 at 6:33pm
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