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Is the T5 still in production? iBasso seem to have discontinued everything bar a few key product lines...
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Yep, iBasso is pretty dedicated to DAP these days, but you can probably still find the Japanese version.

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very good shoot out! thank you!

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Very nice shootout there.
I have a FiiO E12 and want something that has a wider soundstage. At the moment, I am somewhat tempted by the new E12A.
Is the soundstage of the E12A wider than the E12?

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Very nice shootout there.
I have a FiiO E12 and want something that has a wider soundstage. At the moment, I am somewhat tempted by the new E12A.
Is the soundstage of the E12A wider than the E12?

 

Yes, much better in fact.

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ClieOS, what can you say about the C&C BH2 for VE ZEN & ASURA?
Edited by golov17 - 3/27/15 at 1:25am
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ClieOS, what can you say about the C&C BH2 for VE ZEN & ASURA?

 

BH2 is pretty good. But for under $100, I'll recommend FiiO E11K first, BH2 second.

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Thank U!I have already ordered a C & C BH2, I hope it will be well managed 300 Ohm earbuds smily_headphones1.gif
Edited by golov17 - 3/27/15 at 6:05am
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I've been looking at the TEAC HA-P50 and the Creative Sound Blaster E5 to use with my iPod Touch 5G.
Does anyone know how either of these compare with the brands discussed in the shootout? Is one of these better than the other? They both sell for about $200.
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