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Lol. 

 

Well we've seen that if you apply a fair bit of force they do bend, and much more than the M8 or Note 3 does. Probably exaggerated by a lot of people though. 

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They do bend pretty easy, and it is a design flaw with the attachment of the reinforcement bar behind the volume keys.

http://gizmodo.com/the-smartest-explanation-of-why-the-iphone-6-plus-bends-1639513550

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Why are people trying, or bending their phone anyways? People don't like to take care of their stuff anymore?
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Why do people pay 1000$ for a phone??


It's a phoooooooone!


;-)
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Why do people pay 1000$ for a phone??



It's a phoooooooone!


;-)

C'mon they bend in your pocket, look sexy and have features from a 2012 android phone, totally worth 1000 bucks. :P
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C'mon they bend in your pocket, look sexy and have features from a 2012 android phone, totally worth 1000 bucks. :P

Then apple sues the company that made the android phone responsible for this years apple innovations.
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Then apple sues the company that made the android phone responsible for this years apple innovations.

*

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how do you find the iCan Nano?


I had before the FiiO E12 but the nano iCAN wins easy.

 

+ additional X-Bass is much more punchy than the Bass implementation from the FiiO E12
+ additional 3D sound is more realistic as the crossfeed implementation from the FiiO E12
+ the battery life is (depending from the cans) 2 to 3 times longer as from the FiiO E12
+ the nano iCAN is powerful enough to drive the HD800 which is the biggest can I use

 

only con side, the nano iCAN is a little bit more expensive and need the separate (included) 9V charging kit from iFi to charge the battery.

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…my attempt at decent photography… now that the iPhone isn't my source HAHA

 

The DX90 with the Duet is truly a handsome pairing (aesthetically) not to mention great sound quality. Too bad this sounds obviously better…

 

DX90 coaxial out into iFi Audio Micro iDSD

 

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C'mon they bend in your pocket, look sexy and have features from a 2012 android phone, totally worth 1000 bucks. :P

Yes because finger print reader, 1080p display and 64bit processors were the norm for android in 2012.
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Much appreciated

I used the X5 the whole day  at the office and now I'm amazed on the sound, Its like a headphone needs time to burn, the sound out of the box is different now as days goes by, it gives a great sound to my IEM's. With my W60, sounds great and i love to listen the whole day. So i recommend it.

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I used the X5 the whole day  at the office and now I'm amazed on the sound, Its like a headphone needs time to burn, the sound out of the box is different now as days goes by, it gives a great sound to my IEM's. With my W60, sounds great and i love to listen the whole day. So i recommend it.

Agreed!

 

Had my second one for a week now and I've never spent so many hours listening to a portable!

 

Just posted my review on it. 

http://www.head-fi.org/products/fiio-x5-high-res-portable-music-player/reviews/11634

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I had before the FiiO E12 but the nano iCAN wins easy.

 

+ additional X-Bass is much more punchy than the Bass implementation from the FiiO E12
+ additional 3D sound is more realistic as the crossfeed implementation from the FiiO E12
+ the battery life is (depending from the cans) 2 to 3 times longer as from the FiiO E12
+ the nano iCAN is powerful enough to drive the HD800 which is the biggest can I use

 

only con side, the nano iCAN is a little bit more expensive and need the separate (included) 9V charging kit from iFi to charge the battery.

 

I compared both too, and sold the iCAN.

I do not care about special effects (mega-bass and corss-feed), so those were not even checked.

Battery life, I trust the manufacturer specs, as for me, I never reached the oh-no-I-need-to-recharge moment in the middle of a listening session.

The 10+h of the E12 are more than enough for me.

The E12 is quite a bit smaller, *and*, re-charge from USB, which is a big plus for me.

The E12 has much more power, with its 19v peak-to-peak output.

The iCAN is powerful enough for my listening habits too.

Sound wise, I prefer the E12 WRT the iCAN. I notice I tend to get fatigued after some time, with the iCAN, thing which does not happen with the E12.

The iCAN has a pop on the HP, which the E12 does not have.


Edited by HotIce - 9/27/14 at 1:05pm
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Yes because finger print reader, 1080p display and 64bit processors were the norm for android in 2012.
Motorola atrix had finger print scanner in 2011.
Several android phones were released with 1080p in 2012. HTC butterfly being one.
64 bit processor... Well I suppose you got me there.

Anyway, audio thread not android/iOS wars.
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Motorola atrix had finger print scanner in 2011.
Several android phones were released with 1080p in 2012. HTC butterfly being one.
64 bit processor... Well I suppose you got me there.

Anyway, audio thread not android/iOS wars.
windows phone master race. That is all. wink.gif
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