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Galaxy S2 Soundtuning

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Hi everyone.

 

I've recently purchased a Samsung Galaxy S2 i9100 (without G). I have the triple.fi 10 and use them on an ipod classic. I would like to replace the ipod though, but the sound hat the S2 is producing is simply terrible: I use the power Amp-app and leave everything on flat. But the sound is missing both treble and bass, and the mids are muddy.

I read that the S2 has 10 Ohms impedance, which is a bad thing for multi BA IEM.

 

So if I bought myself a fiio e6 (or which other amp can be suggested?) and plug it between the S2 and my IEM I should get a perfect flat RMAA result, shouldn't I? Because the input impedance of the fiio is very high..Considering that this would be the case, would the S2 sound compareable to the classic or iphone4, or is the built in yamaha dac soo bad that buyng an external amp would be not worth the money?

 

I am looking for a perfectly flat and CLEAR sound.

 

Thank you for your opinions.

post #2 of 2

just read about this too, seems like the yamaha dac is poor

 

http://www.anandtech.com/show/4686/samsung-galaxy-s-2-international-review-the-best-redefined/13

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