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Originally Posted by woodcans View Post

I love the Zippo amp. So much I may have to get one!

 

Here is my ultraportable sonic bliss.

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

In terms of cost, this is what I call a deceptive rig! (to the average person)

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Originally Posted by AyeCee View Post

 

In terms of cost, this is what I call a deceptive rig! (to the average person)

no kidding, I was expecting it to be like $90 or something, turns out to be $200 eek.gif

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A tera player and ie800 would be like $2000 at least Ahab. Bit more than 200!
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I meant the zippo amp, I should've checked the hidden pic first, I'm an idiot -.-

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Haha. For a balanced (btl) amp I do not think two hundread bones is to big a ask. It is also a design you will not see anywhere else.
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oh I don't have much experience with those yet, I'm just saying it "looks" like a premiumly-cased cmoy amp but is actually something more grander

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Originally Posted by Swimsonny View Post

I have just respected specs on the Zippo amp will keep you posted.

Many thanks......

Looking to add to your collection?

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Zippo amp looks really nice...small...

 

I wonder how does inside look like?

 

I cannot find from their website...

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They do not actually have them as they are not the designers of the amp and the designer is on holiday. This is a real shame but hiss is minimal on IEMs (even though gain is doubled because of BTL circuitry) so i do not think output impedance is over the top.

 

I think this is a hot topic so shall i start a thread over in the portable amps section, are there going to be other potential buyers to share impressions with us? If so i will start a thread

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Genius!!

Thank you :)

If anyone's wondering there's shop called BlissfulCASE they do all custom iPhone4,4S,5, Galaxy S3 and iPad Mini cases :)

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Originally Posted by Swimsonny View Post

A tera player and ie800 would be like $2000 at least Ahab. Bit more than 200!

 

I had no idea the Tera Player was nearly $1200 USD! Looking through their website I saw it listed at 840 euros and though it was a type-o...obviously some might view it as worth it since they already own them but I just can't justify that type of expenditure on a DAP that doesn't even have a UI lol.

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Originally Posted by J Bones View Post

 

I had no idea the Tera Player was nearly $1200 USD! Looking through their website I saw it listed at 840 euros and though it was a type-o...obviously some might view it as worth it since they already own them but I just can't justify that type of expenditure on a DAP that doesn't even have a UI lol.

 

It has UI, just not a GUI. wink_face.gif If you ever get a chance to check one out, I highly recommend it.

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Originally Posted by woodcans View Post

 

It has UI, just not a GUI. wink_face.gif If you ever get a chance to check one out, I highly recommend it.

 

Haha I stand corrected. I wish there was a cheap way to try it out, I have a hard time imagining better sound coming out of what I already hear from my Z2, but if it sounds better than the Z2 then it must be amazing!

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It has quite a usable navigation system add it happens. Sounds unreal of course although I did sense a slight bad roll off that could be as bit off putting but transparency was the best I have ever heard.
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