Guys, I will receive my HUGO next wee, and still I am looking for the best source for my HUGO. My main problem with most sources is the limited capacity of the devices to store all those BIG high-res files: I have +200 Gb of music !
--> is there a way to access files stored on a portable WiFi HD ? Like iDevices can play their files stored on a Seagate Wireless Plus 1TB hard drive ?
"Can I play files from my Seagate Wireless Plus on my Android phone or tablet?
Yes. Files can be played back via Wi-Fi."
Also as the Seagate Wireless Plus is DLNA/UPnP-compliant, it can be used with DLNA/UPnP-compliant music player like BubbleUPnP:
"Is Seagate Wireless Plus DLNA compliant?
Yes. Please see more information about using Seagate Wireless Plus with DLNA"
A USB host-enabled Android device with a microSD slot using UAPP (the best sound quality music player to my ears), like a cheap $40 Azpen A700, can have " (1) option for 24-bit output to external DACs and (2) support for 128 Gb micro-SD card".
Concerning the native USB audio, as far as I know, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and the upcoming Sony Xperia Z2 can have " (1) option for 24-bit output to external DACs and (2) support for 128 Gb micro-SD card".
Edited by DanBa - 4/12/14 at 9:12am