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post #16 of 23

Hey,

this thread got me interested in this biscuit since I bought the MH1 IEMs,

I'm looking for something tough (got 2 sansa clip and clip+, both of them broke in about 4 months)

Is it really solid, can you like make it fall from 3 floors and listen to it like it was new ? ksc75smile.gif


Edited by Puranti - 11/4/12 at 3:15am
post #17 of 23

Has anyone compared this to the Rocoo-BA? 

post #18 of 23

I am listening to one

Using only Philips she3580 headphones

sounds glorious....

I know now how rocco sounds like but I am quite sure what I am hearing is wayy better that what can be produced by iPhone4s

post #19 of 23

sounds a tiny wee bit less smooth that Hippo Gumstick.  But then Gumstick plays FLAC while Biscuit only do WAV and MP3 files.

post #20 of 23

Not sure about the 3 floors thing.... but my best guess it is tougher that the sansa.

No complicated circuit for display and the it is constructed of aluminium. Even buttons are of hard plastics.

post #21 of 23

Just got mine, charging it now.  REALLY like the form factor.  will update as I use it.

 

My thoughts on the screen is, for me, the way I will be using it I dont need a screen.  I plan to randomly fill for listening at work.  I dont like a song, skip it, I get tired of what's on it, reload it.  keeps me from getting bored with the same old stuff and I listen to some tracks I would probably not other wise.  I also, will make specific cards for Classical which has always been troublesome, with the tracks getting messd up and out of order, I rename them so they will play correctly anyway.


Edited by bearFNF - 1/10/13 at 5:15pm
post #22 of 23

i've been using Biscuit + Cricri paired with V-Jays for a week or two.

using multiple micro sd card for each album/playlist, just like cassette walkman days.

love 'em!

post #23 of 23

Anyone have luck playing 24bit/96k wav files on the biscuit.  Mine was not able to play. It would be nice if it could but no biggie.

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