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post #211 of 352

we don't know this yet.The guys at Chyper Labs. are working out about this ,but we don't know about this right now,regardless if they will or not make this happens.

post #212 of 352
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Originally Posted by bmichels View Post

Gentlemen,

 

Considering that, as opposed to other Android Phones, the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Samsung Note 2 have an "almost" standard USB audio, is there a chance the SOLO -dB will work with those 2 phone (using the mini-USB cable) ? Has someone tried ? 

 

Thanks

 

PS: how will we know when the problem will be vix and we can again order the SOLO -dB ? 

 

Just one page back....:-


http://www.head-fi.org/t/631247/new-cypher-labs-product/180#post_8842833

post #213 of 352
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

 

Just one page back....:-


http://www.head-fi.org/t/631247/new-cypher-labs-product/180#post_8842833

Thanks for the link.  This is BAD news. I hope a fix will come soon to make it work with the Samsung...

post #214 of 352
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Originally Posted by bmichels View Post

Thanks for the link.  This is BAD news. I hope a fix will come soon to make it work with the Samsung...

 

Aw, c'mon wink_face.gif. That's not bad news. I think it's commendable that Cypherlabs has come up with such a product. Bear in mind only a year ago they came up with an iDevice-only CLAS. And this year there's only 2xproducts I'm aware of that's officially iDevice and USB compliant (officially being the operative word here).

 

And the Galaxy S3 is a new product.

 

I do hope that David manages to come up with the Galaxy S3 supported (proprietary or not) cable, but if he doesn't the CLAS -dB is still a good product.

post #215 of 352

As a Samsung Galaxy SIII owner I don't understand why people are so disappointed that the new CLAS doesn't work with Android devices. The reason why anyone buys a CLAS is so that he or she is able to bypass both the amp and the DAC section of the device. If that's the case, one can find a 160gb iPod Classic at a quite reasonable price anywhere, then why limit yourself to a cell phone like SIII instead of having a gigantic space for your lossless files as in the case with iPod? 

 

To say that the new CLAS is not desirable because it doesn't work with Android devices is kind of pointless, IMO. 

post #216 of 352
What yuceka said !

Do yourselves a favor, dump yur buggy androids, get a nice simple 160G classic and just enjoy all those lovely Wav files!
post #217 of 352
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Originally Posted by Yuceka View Post

As a Samsung Galaxy SIII owner I don't understand why people are so disappointed that the new CLAS doesn't work with Android devices. The reason why anyone buys a CLAS is so that he or she is able to bypass both the amp and the DAC section of the device. If that's the case, one can find a 160gb iPod Classic at a quite reasonable price anywhere, then why limit yourself to a cell phone like SIII instead of having a gigantic space for your lossless files as in the case with iPod? 

 

To say that the new CLAS is not desirable because it doesn't work with Android devices is kind of pointless, IMO. 

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post #218 of 352

this new solo charges the ipod/ipad.  I love it!

post #219 of 352
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Originally Posted by Saraguie View Post

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post #220 of 352
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Originally Posted by Yuceka View Post

As a Samsung Galaxy SIII owner I don't understand why people are so disappointed that the new CLAS doesn't work with Android devices. The reason why anyone buys a CLAS is so that he or she is able to bypass both the amp and the DAC section of the device. If that's the case, one can find a 160gb iPod Classic at a quite reasonable price anywhere, then why limit yourself to a cell phone like SIII instead of having a gigantic space for your lossless files as in the case with iPod? 

To say that the new CLAS is not desirable because it doesn't work with Android devices is kind of pointless, IMO. 

Disagreed, I would only buy the new clas if it worked with gs3/note2. I just don't like apple products very much, and I despise itunes, don't wanna deal with that crap. tongue.gif
post #221 of 352
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Disagreed, I would only buy the new clas if it worked with gs3/note2. I just don't like apple products very much, and I despise itunes, don't wanna deal with that crap. tongue.gif

That's why they make different flavors, to each his/her own.

post #222 of 352
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Originally Posted by zachchen1996 View Post


Disagreed, I would only buy the new clas if it worked with gs3/note2. I just don't like apple products very much, and I despise itunes, don't wanna deal with that crap. tongue.gif

 

Just my opinion but I would actually then say to wait. The reason being is that whether it's Samsung's version of USB Audio or 4.1/Jelly Bean's version of USB Audio, it's all relatively new in the Android world - 6 months ago Android users would be talking about using internal DACs and external analogue lineout to amps (primarily Sony and Xperia). DanBa has done a tremendous job in collating the list of DAC/Amps that work with Android but note that aside from VentureCraft's Go-DAP X, AFAIK the rest of the brands/models aren't officially stamped and approved to be Android-compatible USB DAC/Amps. In fact even VentureCraft's Go-DAP X is only stamped for approval for Samsung's Galaxy S3 by the manufacturer. They haven't even officially stamped their approval with Android 4.1/Jelly Bean yet (although reportedly to work).

 

Give some time for the DAC/Amps makers to test and officially support Android.

 

If on the other hand you're happy with unsanctioned Android-functioning DAC/amps then the Android DAC/Amp thread is better for monitoring on updates.

post #223 of 352

I can think of a ton of reasons why someone would want this thing to work with their android phone.

 

They don't want to lug around two devices, They don't like apple, They don't want to expend more money than is necessary (buying an iPod), The Phone has an SD slot (which makes size irrelevant). Just off the top of my head. I wish Apple devices were all the same size with SD slots.

 

Saying that though I can understand the other sentiments recently put. It is certainly still a very tasty bit of kit. I want one. But my old one sounds great still I just can't justify the purchase.

 

Maybe I should sell my old one.

 

Ugh I don't know.
 

post #224 of 352

I stop by bestbuy and I discover that they have new Ipod.

they look very thin and cool looking.  HOWEVER! ipod has NEW LOD!  smaller than preivous ones....

 

ok...confused_face(1).gif

post #225 of 352

cypher labs algorhythm solo -R when?!?!

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