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           Hisoundaudio’s Studio-v

$ 250 = Decent { DAP + earphone amplifier+ earbuds }???

 

What is your ideal DAP? Maybe you will stress that excellent sound quality, or long playing time or tiny size or stronger power.

Regard the sound quality of Studio, it no needs my introduction, for over the past 2 years since it was released, What HiFi, HiFi World and many world famous audio magazines have highly praised on it. Also, Thousands audiophiles and Headfi members has experience the natural and transparence sound of Studio. Now it’s your turn to appreciate it.  

( please refer to http://www.head-fi.org/t/551442/hisoundaudio-studio-v-review)

85 hours playing time battery is the appeal to many users. It almost can let you listen to it for one month length per charge if you only listen 3 hours a day.

It is only the size of the bank card which is really very portable. Studio need no any bundled earphone amplifier.

The power of the DAP is the concern of the audiophiles, Studio is one of the strongest player which has enough power to propel all of the mini earphones, and can work good with some full size headphones.

Studio-V means it has variety sound signature by exchanging the firmwares.

Studio-V has the earphone amplifier function. It comes with a pair of PAA-1 earbuds, All these features make the Studio-v very temptation.

The retail price of Studio-V is USD 350, to celebrate the new year of 2012, we will have 4 auctions. The details are following:

 

1, Auction 1, From 1st to 7th ,Jan, the start bid price is USD 250.

2, Auction 2, From 8th to 15th, ,Jan, the start bid price is USD 270.

3,Auction 3, From 16th to 23th ,Jan, the start bid price is USD 290.

4, Auction 4 , From 24th to 31st  ,Jan, the start bid price is USD 310.

 

The rules are following:

 

1, Every day will have 3 winners. These who offer the top 3 higher price will have the right to buy the Studio-v with the offered price.

2, Every ID can only participate one time at each auction. But if you lost at the current auction, you can take part in the following auctions.

3, Please provide the flowing information to the email box: 

service@hisoundaudio.com

 

Name,

Address

Phone number

Post code

ID at headfi.

Email box,

The price you offered

Happy new year! Good luck to every body!!

 

post #2 of 15
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                                    Pictures of Studio

 

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Edited by hisound - 12/31/11 at 7:53am
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                                                SPECIFICATION

 

Earphone amplifier grade: Hisound's proprietory HiFi amplifier

Frequency Response: 10Hz-25kHz

S/N 96dB

Memory capacity: 4Gexpanding SD card slot.

Card Compliance : Micro SD,  SDHC,

Battery capacity: 2000Ma rechargeable Li-ion battery

Battery continually playing time: > 85hours volume set at 3 degree

Proprietary Pover saving technology:  EMA Techonology (Energy Management and Admeasurement Technology)

 The analog signal output: HDMS circuit design, which can supply the high quality music sources to the external earphone amplifier or home amplifier.

Supported  formatsMP3, WMA, WAV,FlacAAC, OGG

Earphone amplifier function. Can work as the individual earphone amplifier.

Screen: 1 inch OLED 

Color available: Brushed black

UI Operation: Mechanical key button operation ( one-hand and blind operation capability) 

USB type: mini USB 2.0  

Dimension81.85mm L x 50mm W x 20.65 (MM)

Weight140G

 


Edited by hisound - 12/31/11 at 7:25am
post #4 of 15

Ladies and Gents. This is an amazing product and I feel its superior to my Hifiman 601. Looks like my former DAP will be going up for sale shortly :).

post #5 of 15

Jack, if you don't mind, what's the output impedance of the Studio-V?

post #6 of 15

just sat thru a scintilating hour of Rachmaninoff thru the d7000 on the studioV...

wats impeding... :P

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post #7 of 15
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  Note

 

Due to some users need to pare the high sensitive IEMs with ROCOO P or STUDIO-V which may have some slightly hiss to some listener to tolerate, we will have two solution for them.

1, Add in a good quality impedance cable ( adaptor, 70 OHM is recommended),

 

2, Those who intend to pair only with their high sensitive IEMs can require the customized Studio-BA version. The price will be $ 30 dollar higher than the STUDIO—V. The Studio BA version will have relatively lower output power. But it is enough for all mini earphones but not enough for full size headphones

.

Please be aware, only few IEMs and only few portion of users has the hiss problem with ROCOO P or STUDIO-v with their high sensitive IEMs. So, for the new potential buyers, We recommend to consider the first solution. For if you really can’t stand the possible hiss, you can use the impedance cable to delete it.

 

Any Hisound’s players users can PM me with the name, address, phone number, zip, for buying the Golden impedance cable with the specially price of $ 59/2= 29.5 , included shipping fees)

 

Hisoundaudio.CoLtd.

post #8 of 15
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Originally Posted by i2ehan View Post

Jack, if you don't mind, what's the output impedance of the Studio-V?



<sound of crickets chirping>

 

Seriously, how hard it can be to publish this figure ?? FFS ....

post #9 of 15

Just to help them out a little...

 

They're VERY quick to respond to emails and private messages. From this thread, it would seem they don't check their threads for posts very often or something. For more information, here is their product page:

 

http://hisoundservice.diytrade.com/sdp/1631317/4/pd-6322669/9927936-0/Studio.html

 

Not sure why that wasn't included in this thread, but it gives more details and should answer your question.

 

I found out about HiSound when I was looking at getting a hifiman 601. I asked for more information and they directed me to this thread. Placed a bid on Thursday. Sent payment on Friday. Received a tracking number on Sunday evening (Monday in Hong Kong) and received the player Tuesday morning (US). Needless to say, I was surprised to get it that quickly for international shipping. I did opt for DHL shipping ($20) over Hong Kong Post ($10), but it was still a lot faster than expected.

 

I'm just now getting the chance to test it out a bit and I'm impressed so far. My previous player was a Cowon D2+ and I'm liking the Studio-V more than the Cowon paired with a Total BitHead amp. In terms of looks and form, I like the Studio-V more as well. It has a bit more weight to it and feels solid. While the look is minimalistic, it's a nice looking device. The pictures above do a pretty good job of showing you what to expect. The back has much more of a glossy appearance than the pictures show. The UI isn't the best, but it's not terrible. The English instructions in the back of the manual are brief, but get the job done. I'd say the Cowon is a little easier to use, but it's not a massive difference. The accessories are fairly standard. Charger, USB cord plus a pair of PAA-1 earbuds. I haven't tested the earbuds out and I'm not sure how much I'll use them. I'm pretty sure I'll prefer my Etymotic IEM over the included buds. Like I said, I'm just now getting to use it, so I can't really give a whole lot of detailed impressions beyond what I've listed already. As of now, I'm very satisfied with the customer service and the product.

 

If anyone's looking for a new DAP, I would definitely consider this as an option if it is in your price range. This is a good chance to get a nice player at a reduced price.

post #10 of 15

hope that i'll win the bid !

post #11 of 15
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Originally Posted by i2ehan View Post

Jack, if you don't mind, what's the output impedance of the Studio-V?

Quote:
Originally Posted by estreeter View Post

<sound of crickets chirping>

 

Seriously, how hard it can be to publish this figure ?? FFS ....


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post #12 of 15

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post #13 of 15

I play, and hope i will win gs1000.gif

post #14 of 15
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Originally Posted by i2ehan View Post


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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post

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Was it not posted on the page in the link I posted? I could be wrong, but I thought I saw it the last time I skimmed it.

 

I can understand that you would want the vendors to read their own threads, but generally it's best if you contact  someone directly if you're really interested in finding something out. They seem to be very good at responding to PM or email, so you might want to give that a try.

 

post #15 of 15
Thread Starter 

Thanks for CC Lemon's opinions.

 

Because the internet is not good for logging the international website, ( It is very very slow some times).so,it is hard for us to check the PMs frequently
.

So, send us email is the fast way to get the response. our email box is: service@hisoundaudio.com . If any body still havn't get our response please send us your inquiry be email.Sorrry for the inconvenience.

 

By the way, Paa-1 is a pair of good earbuds. We hope the users can share your experience on it. Thanks.

 


 

Quote:
Originally Posted by CC Lemon View Post

Just to help them out a little...

 

They're VERY quick to respond to emails and private messages. From this thread, it would seem they don't check their threads for posts very often or something. For more information, here is their product page:

 

http://hisoundservice.diytrade.com/sdp/1631317/4/pd-6322669/9927936-0/Studio.html

 

Not sure why that wasn't included in this thread, but it gives more details and should answer your question.

 

I found out about HiSound when I was looking at getting a hifiman 601. I asked for more information and they directed me to this thread. Placed a bid on Thursday. Sent payment on Friday. Received a tracking number on Sunday evening (Monday in Hong Kong) and received the player Tuesday morning (US). Needless to say, I was surprised to get it that quickly for international shipping. I did opt for DHL shipping ($20) over Hong Kong Post ($10), but it was still a lot faster than expected.

 

I'm just now getting the chance to test it out a bit and I'm impressed so far. My previous player was a Cowon D2+ and I'm liking the Studio-V more than the Cowon paired with a Total BitHead amp. In terms of looks and form, I like the Studio-V more as well. It has a bit more weight to it and feels solid. While the look is minimalistic, it's a nice looking device. The pictures above do a pretty good job of showing you what to expect. The back has much more of a glossy appearance than the pictures show. The UI isn't the best, but it's not terrible. The English instructions in the back of the manual are brief, but get the job done. I'd say the Cowon is a little easier to use, but it's not a massive difference. The accessories are fairly standard. Charger, USB cord plus a pair of PAA-1 earbuds. I haven't tested the earbuds out and I'm not sure how much I'll use them. I'm pretty sure I'll prefer my Etymotic IEM over the included buds. Like I said, I'm just now getting to use it, so I can't really give a whole lot of detailed impressions beyond what I've listed already. As of now, I'm very satisfied with the customer service and the product.

 

If anyone's looking for a new DAP, I would definitely consider this as an option if it is in your price range. This is a good chance to get a nice player at a reduced price.



 

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