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For anyone interested in using a tablet as source, the 7 inch tab plus has excellent sound quality.  Currently paired with sony mdr-ex700's,  sound is clear, full, better than my sony  nwza860, on par with sony x1000 (from memory, haven't owned in in over a year) sound is good using regular player, outstanding using poweramp.  

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Originally Posted by akasan View Post

For anyone interested in using a tablet as source, the 7 inch tab plus has excellent sound quality.  Currently paired with sony mdr-ex700's,  sound is clear, full, better than my sony  nwza860, on par with sony x1000 (from memory, haven't owned in in over a year) sound is good using regular player, outstanding using poweramp.  



I cuncur.  Sounds very nice.  Using Nutron audio - plays hires flac and also alac.  nice.

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I am very interested to know what DAC is inside the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, anyone has any clue?

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I am very interested to know what DAC is inside the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, anyone has any clue?

I guess Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus might use Wolfson WM8994.

 

Below are the some devices with Wolfy inside:

Samsung Galaxy Tab (2) 7.0 (Wolfson WM1811)
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 (Wolfson WM8994)
Samsung Galaxy Player 4.0(Wolfson WM8994)

Samsung Galaxy S3 (Wolfson WM1811)

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I guess Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus might use Wolfson WM8994.

 

Below are the some devices with Wolfy inside:

Samsung Galaxy Tab (2) 7.0 (Wolfson WM1811)
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 (Wolfson WM8994)
Samsung Galaxy Player 4.0(Wolfson WM8994)

Samsung Galaxy S3 (Wolfson WM1811)


its a  yamaha YMU823.

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I am very interested to know what DAC is inside the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, anyone has any clue?

 

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its a  yamaha YMU823.

I haven't hooked up headphones to mine yet to listen....have to give that a try today. 

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Does Galaxy Tab 2 7inch/10inch support 64G microSD?
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Does Galaxy Tab 2 7inch/10inch support 64G microSD?

yes, it's support 64GB microSD.
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