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post #16 of 733

The HM-802 looks surprisingly small in the first picture.

Maybe I'm wrong, but compared to the hand, the size of the HM-802 shouldn't be that much bigger than the HM-601? That would be an improvement, also hope for a low impedance output. 

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i hope this firmware will become available in hm60x as well..



It will be the best gift I have gotten this year! If this interface is implemented in the 60x series.

post #18 of 733

Well, I know that the new UI will be first implement in the 802, followed  to the other Hifiman line! this is great news 


Edited by turokrocks - 2/26/12 at 1:07pm
post #19 of 733

Nice. Finally Hifiman may be catching on. Seems like they really don't have a choice if they want to compete with the likes of ibasso. Let the pricing wars begin, the customer wins either way :P

post #20 of 733
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Haha, now the HM-801 will not only look a vintage discontinued Sony Walkman, but eventually become it. =p

 


Missed you, Welcome back.

 

post #21 of 733

decisions decisions dx 100 or hifiman 802... i just sold a bunch of stuff and have the money burning a hole in my pocket...

post #22 of 733

Is it just me or does anyone else think this new interface looks sorta Zune like?

 

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Missed you, Welcome back.


Thanks <3
 

 

post #24 of 733
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Is it just me or does anyone else think this new interface looks sorta Zune like?

 



How? I was waiting for your comment.

post #25 of 733
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Originally Posted by DigitalFreak View Post

Is it just me or does anyone else think this new interface looks sorta Zune like?

 



There is a certain resemblance, I would say. It will be interesting to see if the firmware works. 

post #26 of 733

Judging by by HM802 interface, I highly doubt it will be portable to the existing HM602/601-slim models.  As far as price goes, I'm betting it will be at least the old price if not more to go neck to neck with the DX100. For battery life, I won't be surprised to see specs of 7-10 hrs of straight music play.


Edited by alphaphoenix - 2/26/12 at 1:36pm
post #27 of 733
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Judging by by HM802 interface, I highly doubt it will be portable to the existing HM602/601-slim models.  As far as price goes, I'm betting it will be at least the old price if not more to go neck to neck with the DX100.



You mean ported, check the Chinese site!

http://www.erji.net/read.php?tid=1202974

Quote"The new UI is fully independent design by HiFiMAN engineers, and first used in the next-generation flagship player, and gradually in the HiFiMAN full line player product with"

post #28 of 733

Thanks for the correction.  I'll need to wait for my wife to come home to fully translate the site.  I'm wondering if the "full line of player product" is referring to a new HM602/601 model or whatever successor models.  I have the HM601 slim and still think it's still a little bulky, but was a good effort without changing the original HW specs and battery life. 

post #29 of 733

Someone said, it's half-mirror imaged Nagra SD. What do you think?

Nagra_SD.jpg

post #30 of 733

I almost ordered DX100.. Now I know I got something to wait ;p

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