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post #31 of 118
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That's just it, the competition is either more bulky, more expensive or both.

Well said my friend.

Man i need to change my avatar...

post #32 of 118

If you don't consider it's high price, the lack of screen on the Tera is a total turn off for me.

 

My 3 favs right now are the Clip+ for it's carefree convenience, the ipod touch because it's good, makes a great upnp remote plus WiFi, games etc and the HiSound Studio Anniverary 3 for the reasons explained here as my sonic go to. I like my RoCoo as well and it fits in there somewhere but I don't really see myself not taking out the Studio along instead. If somebody has a -P and would like to try a setup I like, PM me.


Edited by goodvibes - 9/28/12 at 7:45am
post #33 of 118
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Well said my friend.

Man i need to change my avatar...

Thanks for reminding me. I just stole one of Mark's fab shots.

post #34 of 118

so us poor mugs who only recently bought a Studio-V have just wasted our money?

what are we missing out on?

 

it would of course ease the pain if ,in the UK,we were actually able to buy one

 

looked on the Hisoundaudio web site and its not mentioned anywhere

post #35 of 118

Well it seems that those with Vs do like them so waste is quite strong, LOL. As I mentioned earlier, the difference is likely less with cans like you own. I use 116db effecient IEMs and it's why I'm glad I waited. There's always the BA FW which is quieter but I prefer the dynamic. You can get these by sending Jack a PM.


Edited by goodvibes - 9/28/12 at 9:47am
post #36 of 118
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Thanks for reminding me. I just stole one of Mark's fab shots.


lol, i hadn't even noticed that

post #37 of 118

I'll just need to audition this before plunging in. For now, my Fuze>LODcaps>E6 will have to do biggrin.gif Comparo will be greatly appreciated :)

post #38 of 118

Can anyone compare this to the last Studio-V? I'm on the fence about sending mine it for the newest version.

post #39 of 118

65 to 70% reduction in hiss. The newer model has a larger sound stage, more airy. Treble is more detailed, more refined. There is more clarity/transparency. Bass is more open and less compressed.
 

post #40 of 118
I totaly agree... and if I can add also more dynamic, control and speed.
Edited by sly_in_the_sky - 10/1/12 at 1:33am
post #41 of 118

Hi,

 

I'm not sure if this is the appropriate place to post this issue - sorry if it is!

 

But I've discovered with my Studio V 3rd Anniversary player that resume play doesn't seem to work when the last song played was on external storage (i.e. SD card).  Instead, it appears to start playing what appears to be the first song alphabetically of ALL the files on the device.  However, It works fine if the last song played was on internal storage - it picks up where it left off.  Has anyone else experienced this?

 

Thanks for any feedback.

post #42 of 118

Hello,

 

I think it's not a real issue on your unit but a weak point of the Studio's firmware... I also have the same problem in all of my Hisoundaudio players...:-(

post #43 of 118

Thanks for confirming that my Studio V isn't necessarily defective!
 

post #44 of 118
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65 to 70% reduction in hiss. The newer model has a larger sound stage, more airy. Treble is more detailed, more refined. There is more clarity/transparency. Bass is more open and less compressed.
 

 

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I totaly agree... and if I can add also more dynamic, control and speed.

 

Gah, it sounds pretty unanimous from you two and a few others I've PM'd that the Anniversary Edition is better. I'm in talks with Jack right now about how to go about the switch. I'm still not certain, but I'm pretty sure I'm going to do it. My main hesitation right now is I don't want to lose the good synergy I have with the older Studio-V and my Westone 4s.... but I want better! My wallet hates this forum!! lol

 

 

@Mark, any chance of a review sometime soon?

post #45 of 118

So you don't get hissilla with your Westone 4s? It was quite rediculous on my IE80s. Was like a room full of rattle-snakes ;). Still sounded really good though...
 

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