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post #31 of 692

Oh gosh, I am interested in this. I have wanted a DAP from Hisound, but I could not afford to pay for the rocoo p. Hopefully this will be just as good as the rocoo p as I have heard many good things about it.

post #32 of 692

can we confirm that there is a mirco sd slot?

post #33 of 692
Yes, it have!
post #34 of 692

i had the first hisound and was part of the beta tester for the firmware when people are PMing me about how to flash the firmware.

 

hope i can have another run for hisound player and firmware update will be much more user friendly.

post #35 of 692

This looks really attractive. Reminds me of the good ol' iPod Nanos. I like it.

post #36 of 692
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Originally Posted by rikardoliepa View Post

Yes, it have!

No, no it doesn't. Storage is only 8GB of internal memory, no SD Card. See rikardoliepa? This is what I was talking about earlier to you.
post #37 of 692

It most certainly have a micro-sd if not SD. 

post #38 of 692
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Originally Posted by audionewbi View Post

It most certainly have a micro-sd if not SD. 

According to the email I received from Hisound it does not have any external storage.

post #39 of 692

hmm, wow that swings my interest 180 degrees to the left, darn it. 

post #40 of 692
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by audionewbi View Post

hmm, wow that swings my interest 180 degrees to the left, darn it. 

 

Nova is defined as the portable player for the  gym,  on the go and other out door activities. Portable and sound quality will be the priority. Of course, price also the concern item. 

 

The Nova is also work as the second player for the users. It will bring many different sound experience for these who come from the Sony, Cowon, and IPODs.

 

So, memory is not it's strength. if you need the SD card slot, please consider our Studio . Thanks.

post #41 of 692
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Originally Posted by hisound View Post

 

Nova is defined as the portable player for the  gym,  on the go and other out door activities. Portable and sound quality will be the priority. Of course, price also the concern item. 

 

The Nova is also work as the second player for the users. It will bring many different sound experience for these who come from the Sony, Cowon, and IPODs.

 

So, memory is not it's strength. if you need the SD card slot, please consider our Studio . Thanks.

I have a rocoo BA, I enjoy it however its weakness is UI and lower end extension. I think a lot of us were looking forward to this thinking it has an expansion slot card. 


Edited by audionewbi - 10/12/12 at 8:37am
post #42 of 692

I was about to order one, and the no micro-sd card tag is definitely the dealbreaker. Why would a high resolution music player capable of FLAC and other gigantic music files have no expansion card slot? Especially when head-fi is concerned where almost everyone has a mountain of audio collection.

post #43 of 692

hi, i'm new here.

I agree, the UI gets better on nova, now can pick songs easily, but doesnt have sd-slot!? 
I wanted because I thought hisound has nice SQ and sd-slot that sony and else dont have....  

post #44 of 692
Strange, i asked if it have, and recieved answer yes. So i wont order it.I already have player for that purpose- teclast x19hd.
post #45 of 692

Ouch, that's a letdown. Guess I won't be getting one of these. Ah well, time to look for something else :/.

Seems like any new DAP would have a card slot or a huge internal memory, especially if it can play FLAC.

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