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FiiO E10 on the market now

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Hope to see it available in Singapore soon.

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E10 has been shipped to Singapore.  you will see it soon  .tongue.gif

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how about the E17??

 

whens that gonna come out??

 

thats the one I'm waiting for

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The initial ETA is Feb , 2012, but it will be delay if we decide to add MHL decoded feature in E17. anyone know MHL?  you can try to google it

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The initial ETA is Feb , 2012, but it will be delay if we decide to add MHL decoded feature in E17. anyone know MHL?  you can try to google it



I have no idea what 'MHL' is, I tried to google it, it comes up with things too technical for me to understand.

 

lol, can you tell me what it basically is??

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it means you can use your Android phone as an digital audio source, and E17 will become a portable DAC+AMP, so it can help you get the best sound quality from your Android phone. and bypass the build in DAC/AMP in your Andrroid phone.  

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it means you can use your Android phone as an digital audio source, and E17 will become a portable DAC+AMP, so it can help you get the best sound quality from your Android phone. and bypass the build in DAC/AMP in your Andrroid phone.  



sorry for my noobieness but what if an android phone doesn't have lod??

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sorry for my noobieness but what if an android phone doesn't have lod??

As far as I know, no Android phone in the market now has line-out.

 

MHL is a special connection meant to be used on cellphone (and it doesn't need to be Android based) to allow cellphone or any mobile devices (DAP, camera, etc) to output high quality digital video and audio data for an external device to decode. You can think of it as a similar standard to HDMI on a bluray player. Only a small hand full of MHL support Android cellphone currently are in the market, and they are mostly made by HTC and Samsung. The connector can be almost anything. The first generation uses micro USB as connector, some use special adapter.

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As far as I know, no Android phone in the market now has line-out.

 

MHL is a special connection meant to be used on cellphone (and it doesn't need to be Android based) to allow cellphone or any mobile devices (DAP, camera, etc) to output high quality digital video and audio data for an external device to decode. You can think of it as a similar standard to HDMI on a bluray player. Only a small hand full of MHL support Android cellphone currently are in the market, and they are mostly made by HTC and Samsung. The connector can be almost anything. The first generation uses micro USB as connector, some use special adapter.



so, what about the Cowon J3??

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so, what about the Cowon J3??

 

Cowon doesn't have any DAP with line-out or MHL.
 

 

post #12 of 24

Looks great, can't wait til mine ships.  "Mysterious light" is my favorite feature.

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anyone know when it will be available on amazon?

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Amazon - US to be specific. :D
 

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anyone know when it will be available on amazon?



 

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amazon uk also

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