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post #301 of 632

anyone tried RE 272 with this? I know lee had a positive outcome with his IE80, considering how the 272 is also a dynamic maybe it might pair well?

post #302 of 632
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I think that if it doesn't match, it's perhaps because the XBA aren't so good...but I can't confirm that because I never tried one, just read some impressions and rewievs saying that they weren't top tier IEm's.

post #303 of 632
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RE 272

RE-Zero were good. 272 can be nice too.

post #304 of 632

Does Hisoundaudio RoCoo-BA Support up to 24Bit/192kHz Bit for Bit Decoding?
 

post #305 of 632
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Does Hisoundaudio RoCoo-BA Support up to 24Bit/192kHz Bit for Bit Decoding?
 

 

   Unfortunately it does not...

post #306 of 632

cyberalpha11..  I have successfully used 64g Sandisk cards in both the StudioV 3rd and the RocooBA without any problems at all. I just reformat them usng my android phone and then they work with no loss of capacity. 

post #307 of 632
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Does Hisoundaudio RoCoo-BA Support up to 24Bit/192kHz Bit for Bit Decoding?
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24/48 wav is max.

post #308 of 632

Does the Rocoo BA play Apple Lossless or ALAC files?

post #309 of 632
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Does the Rocoo BA play Apple Lossless or ALAC files?

No.

post #310 of 632
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Originally Posted by AccioHeadphone View Post

Does the Rocoo BA play Apple Lossless or ALAC files?

No.

Quoted directly from a PM between me and Jack

 

 

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Digital Freak: 3) The vast majority of my files are either ALAC or AIFF and I really don't want to be spending weeks re encoding all my files to FLAC especially when I intend to keep using my iPod Touch. Does the BA support those 2 file formats?

 

Jack: ---------It support ALac And AAC. I an nor sure the AIFF. It seems it is very convenience to convert the files to be FLAC. you can left your existing files in ALAC. and coppy them to be converted to the FLAC.

post #311 of 632

Are you sure about this? I thought someone on the Studio V 3rd ANV thread was having issues with this?
 

post #312 of 632

Mine doesnt, well at least now, I have installed the dynamic firmware. Unless a)I have encoded the file wrongly, b)did my tagging wrong or c)the firmeware is responsible for decoding algorithm right now (meaning I need the original firmware) mind doesnt support ALAC.

 

 

Will double check right now and get back to you guys.

post #313 of 632

Figured so. Your best bet is FLAC. But if you have the Space WAV is the best IMO :).
 

post #314 of 632

Yea neither AIFF nor ALAC works on my rocoo BA with the dynamic DT firmware. Cannot conform with the stock firmware (too hard sorry :-P)

 

I have no tagging issue, the AIFF conversion was done with foobar and the ALAC with custom setup for foobar.


Edited by audionewbi - 9/22/12 at 8:46pm
post #315 of 632
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post

Are you sure about this? I thought someone on the Studio V 3rd ANV thread was having issues with this?
 

 

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Originally Posted by audionewbi View Post

Yea neither AIFF nor ALAC works on my rocoo BA with the dynamic DT firmware. Cannot conform with the stock firmware (too hard sorry :-P)

 

I have no tagging issue, the AIFF conversion was done with foobar and the ALAC with custom setup for foobar.


I'm simply quoting from the PM I had with jack. He told me it did that's why I'm surprised people are having issues with ALAC.

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