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Mad dogs + FiiO E12[IMG]
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Hi guys, hopefully one can help me here. I am looking for a DAP to pair with my E12. I will be using the GR07 BE and occasionally the Mad Dogs on the go. I prefer it to be under $200 and as close to the size of the E12 as possible. FM or Internet Radio is a plus... 

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Hi guys, hopefully one can help me here. I am looking for a DAP to pair with my E12. I will be using the GR07 BE and occasionally the Mad Dogs on the go. I prefer it to be under $200 and as close to the size of the E12 as possible. FM or Internet Radio is a plus... 

iPod or Fiio X3. Colorfly C3 is supposed to be good too.

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I sold the Fiio and bought a Sony Z walkman. No bricks to carry around & happy to say it last upto 30 hrs on a charge.

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I sold the Fiio and bought a Sony Z walkman. No bricks to carry around & happy to say it last upto 30 hrs on a charge.

Oh yeah. Forgot to mention sony. I really liked them when I had them.

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Oh yeah. Forgot to mention sony. I really liked them when I had them.


Had them?? Are you talking about the older models or the newer ones? Of all walkmans Sony released, to my ears the Z had the perfect sound & size (many wont agree). Only thing it lacked was storage. SD/Micro SD capabilities would have made it a whole different ball game.

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Do the Sony Z-series support FM radio?

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Had them?? Are you talking about the older models or the newer ones? Of all walkmans Sony released, to my ears the Z had the perfect sound & size (many wont agree). Only thing it lacked was storage. SD/Micro SD capabilities would have made it a whole different ball game.

I had a newest E series, but I sold them. I liked them for ease of use, battery, speed, and portability.

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Do the Sony Z-series support FM radio?

Yup. They do.

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Yes, the headphone / IEM you use serves as the antenna.

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Do the Sony Z-series support FM radio?

 

The E is nowhere close to the Z.

Bigger screen size (good for the eyes), no bloated bass, fast scanning & less than retail pricing.

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I had a newest E series, but I sold them. I liked them for ease of use, battery, speed, and portability.

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9ma

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The E is nowhere close to the Z.

Bigger screen size (good for the eyes), no bloated bass, fast scanning & less than retail pricing.

Really? Z has a bit bloated(maybe not as much as E) bass as well. Using UHA-6S.MKII and UERM, I noticed a slight boost in bass. But purely DAC wise, Z was better than E.

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Thanks for all the responses. How would I get the best line out with the Z-series?

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Thanks for all the responses. How would I get the best line out with the Z-series?

Just go for Fiio LOD. I think it was L7 or something. Designed for walkman, and it's really durable and cheap.

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Just go for Fiio LOD. I think it was L7 or something. Designed for walkman, and it's really durable and cheap.

 

Thank you, very much. I was hoping to get an answer like this because I know there are LOD cables for the apple devices. Glad to see they have them for these, also.

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Thank you, very much. I was hoping to get an answer like this because I know there are LOD cables for the apple devices. Glad to see they have them for these, also.

They work great and they are the L7.

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