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Originally Posted by taylorpoz View Post

I can't seem to find HiSound's website or where to buy one of these bad boys....



You can PM Jack (Hisound) and arrange payment via email over paypal. I think this is the last day for the Rocoo P auction where you can bid on it and save money on the cost. Check out the $1.00 Rocoo P auction thread. Good luck.

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Originally Posted by taylorpoz View Post

I can't seem to find HiSound's website or where to buy one of these bad boys....


Please check the links at the end of my review. Also, the auction on the RoCoo P is ending soon I believe, so you may want to act quick if you want to save some money.

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Sorry, Our website is happened to be updated, So after the holiday, it will be resumed.
 

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You can PM Jack (Hisound) and arrange payment via email over paypal. I think this is the last day for the Rocoo P auction where you can bid on it and save money on the cost. Check out the $1.00 Rocoo P auction thread. Good luck.



 

post #64 of 498

Anyone knows where to get one of this bad boys? And is there a dicount? I want one of this bad boys :D

post #65 of 498

Is it worth buying Rocoo P if I only be using it with my IEMs, just as a go to flac player? Or maybe consider something from Cowon line?

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Does it have a line-out? 

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Rocoo-P does not have a line-out. For that you have to get Studio V.

 

And my Rocoo-P is here!!!

post #68 of 498
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Originally Posted by Joe-Siow View Post

Rocoo-P does not have a line-out. For that you have to get Studio V.

 

And my Rocoo-P is here!!!



Please post your impressions.

What does line-out mean?

post #69 of 498
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Originally Posted by nipit View Post

What does line-out mean?



Line out is a pure signal from the DAC so you get non-degraded sound output for an external amp.

post #70 of 498
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Originally Posted by Joe-Siow View Post

Rocoo-P does not have a line-out. For that you have to get Studio V.

 

And my Rocoo-P is here!!!



even studio-V does not have a line out

post #71 of 498
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even studio-V does not have a line out



Its not a true line out but it has a feature that can serves as a line out "HDMS". It also works great on my UHA4 which completely eliminates any hiss period.

post #72 of 498
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Originally Posted by Joe-Siow View Post

Rocoo-P does not have a line-out...

 



Oh well, nothing's perfect, i guess...

Regardless, I can't wait for my Rocoo P to arrive biggrin.gif

 

post #73 of 498
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post



Its not a true line out but it has a feature that can serves as a line out "HDMS". It also works great on my UHA4 which completely eliminates any hiss period.



i tried to hook my rocoo P to pimeta, sounds weird. vocal becomes forward, instrument becomes very laid back

 

hisound players are better when they stand on their own..


Edited by i_djoel2000 - 1/3/12 at 8:58pm
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I have tried the LO (HDSM) with a couple of portable amps, only with IEM's, and I have experienced find that it doesn't sound as "clean" as just using the Rocoo or Studio-V straight out of the HO.

 

 Maybe I would hear different out come if using high impedance headphones, I don't know. I can only say that I don't really believe it's a true line out, it just lock the volume from the HO at the highest level. With some amps/IEM's this can work other's maybe not so much.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Jupiterknight View Post

I have tried the LO (HDSM) with a couple of portable amps, only with IEM's, and I have experienced find that it doesn't sound as "clean" as just using the Rocoo or Studio-V straight out of the HO.

 

 Maybe I would hear different out come if using high impedance headphones, I don't know. I can only say that I don't really believe it's a true line out, it just lock the volume from the HO at the highest level. With some amps/IEM's this can work other's maybe not so much.

 

 

Yeah I'd say this is mainly good to use with really good amps or amp with low impedance for IEMs. I don't find the sound to be muddied with the UHA4 and it makes the background dead silent with my sensitive IEMs.
 

 

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