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post #316 of 1082

nice ;-)

 

Any picture of UI?

post #317 of 1082

one more

 

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post #318 of 1082
Thread Starter 

Looks nice! :). Can we get a pic of the micro SD slot? lol :P.
 

post #319 of 1082

one more:

 

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post #320 of 1082

The pictures are not the final version one1000

 

, sorry.

post #321 of 1082
Thread Starter 

No problem But it will look similar to this? :). I really like how slim it is. Very portable....
 

post #322 of 1082

Yes, 95% of the finished NOVA looks will be alike the pictures. There is only few placese to be further refined. Thanks.

post #323 of 1082

That is looking really good , at least the look interest me more than the other players in the hisound line up , this looks more modern, would this be as powerful as your other hi sound players?

post #324 of 1082
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Originally Posted by Retrias View Post

That is looking really good , at least the look interest me more than the other players in the hisound line up , this looks more modern, would this be as powerful as your other hi sound players?

 

Thanks you for your question. 

 

Nova targets for portable usage. it is very slim and samll. so, the out put power is not it's focus. The power is a bit smaller than ROCOO P. but with the same level as the ROCOO BA. The power of NOVA can work well with all mini earphones and most portable headphones. 

Thanks.

post #325 of 1082
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by hisound View Post

 

Thanks you for your question. 

 

Nova targets for portable usage. it is very slim and samll. so, the out put power is not it's focus. The power is a bit smaller than ROCOO P. but with the same level as the ROCOO BA. The power of NOVA can work well with all mini earphones and most portable headphones. 

Thanks.


If this indeed sounds as good as a Rocoo BA with great portability and UI you indeed have a winner here Jack :).

post #326 of 1082

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post #327 of 1082

Hey Jack, can I ask does this go better with iems than say the studios ?  The studios I feel are too powerful for my needs because I mainly use low impedence iems, and pairing those with the studios just causes heavy hiss.  

 

Would the nova suit me better with iems you think?  low imped. iems like the ie80 for example

post #328 of 1082

I would really like to have a bookmark feature, or something similar in it :)

I understand it's a music player only, but to carry my clip+ around for podcasts only would be inconvenient.

post #329 of 1082
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Originally Posted by Tiax View Post

I would really like to have a bookmark feature, or something similar in it :)

I understand it's a music player only, but to carry my clip+ around for podcasts only would be inconvenient.

Sorry, it could not have bookmark function, but it will be more functional for audio users we intend to have a " track marker".  We are working on it now.

post #330 of 1082
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Originally Posted by supracrazy_tommy View Post

Hey Jack, can I ask does this go better with iems than say the studios ?  The studios I feel are too powerful for my needs because I mainly use low impedence iems, and pairing those with the studios just causes heavy hiss.  

 

Would the nova suit me better with iems you think?  low imped. iems like the ie80 for example

 

It will mainly target for the mini earphones, it's out put power is only about 50mW, which is 30mW less than STUDIOs or ROCOO P. so, it will be more suitalbe for all mini earphones or portable headphones.

 

Thanks.

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