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Hi guys,
Following this threat with great interest. I am curious if you could you confirm that the microstreamer dac/amp works with Samsung Galaxy S3 IGT-I9300 on 4.1.2 with Boeffla Kernel.and also recomend which otg cable to buy.
Thanks so much for help.
Mike

 
 
 
post #4007 of 5570
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Just noticed that TTVJ is now selling a right angled micro-micro USB OTG cable - $19 with free shipping to the States, unfortunately still fairly pricey to ship elsewhere (cheapest option showing for me was USPS International $16.25USD). Still though, much cheaper than other options even accounting for shipping and good news for those in the US (I think if you were also ordering some other stuff you can qualify for free shipping internationally also).

 

http://www.ttvjaudio.com/TTVJ_Micro_USB_to_Micro_USB_Portable_Cable_p/aat0000200.htm

 

(not sure if this was already posted here)


Edited by NZtechfreak - 1/30/14 at 1:28pm
post #4008 of 5570

Latest version of USB Audio Player PRO (UAPP): 1.0.7

 

post #4009 of 5570
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Grabbed that update earlier today, maintenance type update, hoping for Notification controls next!
post #4010 of 5570

Hopeing for source selection in the near future instead of picking everything.

post #4011 of 5570

iBasso D Zero-SE USB DAC/amp & Android-based USB audio:

http://www.hibino-intersound.co.jp/information/3462.html

http://www.phileweb.com/review/article/201311/25/990_3.html

 

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 >> USB OTG cable >> iBasso D Zero-SE >> headphones

 

 

 

LG G2 >> USB OTG cable >> iBasso D Zero-SE >> headphones

 

 

 

Luxman DA-06 DAC & Android-based USB audio:

http://www.onahighernote.com/luxman/?c=&id=65

http://www.phileweb.com/review/article/201311/25/990_5.html

 

high resolution audio files > USB Audio Recorder PRO running on Samsung Galaxy Note 3 >> USB OTG cable >> Luxman DA-06 DAC >> amp >> speakers or headphones

 

 

 

high resolution audio files > USB Audio Recorder PRO running on LG G2 >> USB OTG cable >> Luxman DA-06 DAC >> amp >> speakers or headphones

 

 

 

high resolution audio files > USB Audio Recorder PRO running on Google Nexus 7 >> USB OTG cable >> Luxman DA-06 DAC >> amp >> speakers or headphones

 

 

 

There is a sound quality comparison of "Android device & USB Audio Recorder PRO music player" and "Mac & Audirvana music player".

http://www.phileweb.com/review/article/201311/25/990_5.html

http://www.amr-audio.co.uk/html/dp777_tech-papers_OSX-Integermode.html

http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/players/1.html

post #4012 of 5570
tested the sony experia z of my friend last night and it's working with hrt microstreamer without the need of UAPP app wink.gif

however it only supports 16/44 flac files frown.gif

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Originally Posted by walkman_heart View Post

tested the sony experia z of my friend last night and it's working with hrt microstreamer without the need of UAPP app wink.gif

however it only supports 16/44 flac files frown.gif

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You'll need UAPP for higher than 16-bit rates.
post #4014 of 5570
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Originally Posted by NZtechfreak View Post


You'll need UAPP for higher than 16-bit rates.

16 bit is a resolution not a rate.

post #4015 of 5570
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Originally Posted by StanD View Post
 

16 bit is a resolution not a rate.

 

I think he was using a shorthand for "rates that accompany 16-bit resolution." Which seemed clear from context, but someone else may have the same question, I suppose. 

post #4016 of 5570
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Originally Posted by Theogenes View Post
 

 

I think he was using a shorthand for "rates that accompany 16-bit resolution." Which seemed clear from context, but someone else may have the same question, I suppose. 

Stating 16 bit would have not required any implications and would be accurate. Or simply state, "16 bit associated rates."

Edit: Perhaps I take things too literally, however, some others may erroneously take it for fact.


Edited by StanD - 2/2/14 at 9:36am
post #4017 of 5570
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Originally Posted by StanD View Post

Stating 16 bit would have not required any implications and would be accurate. Or simply state, "16 bit associated rates."
Edit: Perhaps I take things too literally, however, some others may erroneously take it for fact.

Gotcha. No worries.
post #4018 of 5570

Aune T1 24bit Tube USB DAC/headphone amp & USB audio:

http://www.hifidiy.net/24-31-1.html

http://forum.hardware.fr/hfr/gsmgpspda/telephone-android/unique-samsung-galaxy-sujet_25849_200.htm#t1635990

 

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 >> USB OTG cable >> Aune T1

 

 

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post #4019 of 5570
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Aune T1 24bit Tube USB DAC/headphone amp & USB audio:

http://www.hifidiy.net/24-31-1.html

http://forum.hardware.fr/hfr/gsmgpspda/telephone-android/unique-samsung-galaxy-sujet_25849_200.htm#t1635990

 

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 >> USB OTG cable >> Aune T1

 

 

CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 80

Nice...

post #4020 of 5570
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Thanks for the clarification, I think what I intended was quite clear from context but agree communications of technicalities should be precise enough not to require context to necessarily ensure their correct interpretation. In my defence I will point out that I was replying from my phone, and additionally experiencing next-level sleep deprivation on account of month old twins.
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