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Originally Posted by Berkovajazz View Post

2 Sky Bleu
http://www.head-fi.org/t/671605/xduoo-x1-high-fidelity-music-player
This is my small topic.

He is very good, powerful and loud player. Batman-style design, very good build, matherials.

Can drive even very high impedence headphones. X1 is more like amplifier that can play music files (lossless too).

Very good 100-150$ pocket friend.
Doesn't too bad!

Does it play formats such as flac and all? Or is it a wav player?
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Wow, that does look like a Batman utility object. eek.gif

 

Terrible name though. I can pair my X3 with my X1 and X1; and my C3 with my C4 with my C5.

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Check it out boys, the freakster is sporting some new customs to play around with. Pictured below, HiSound Studio V 3rd Anniversary Edition and Ultimate Ears Reference Monitor. The setup is simple, compact, and the most revealing setup I currently own. Before anyone asks, for an extra 100 bones you can get custom artwork for the UERM if you email Ultimate Ears and ask for it.

 

https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-frc3/1235949_289261607882768_81603632_n.jpg

https://fbcdn-sphotos-a-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/575212_289261631216099_737446141_n.jpg

 

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Doesn't too bad!

Does it play formats such as flac and all? Or is it a wav player?


Yes, sure

MP3,WMA,APE,FLAC,WAV

 

X1 is on par with HSA Studio, similar level. Even more powerful and loud:)

I was testing him with Etymotic ER4P(+S adaptor), Etymotic ER6i, Sunrise XCape IE, Sony MDR EX700, Sony MDR EX300, HiFIman RE0 (and some other phones) and different full-sized home/professional phones from AKG, Sony, Panasonic, Philips, but them only in audio shops. Results are perfect for this price range (and higher, but X1 is blind, so navigation is not easiest thing for 8Gb).
 

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Check it out boys, the freakster is sporting some new customs to play around with. Pictured below, HiSound Studio V 3rd Anniversary Edition and Ultimate Ears Reference Monitor. The setup is simple, compact, and the most revealing setup I currently own. Before anyone asks, for an extra 100 bones you can get custom artwork for the UERM if you email Ultimate Ears and ask for it.

Another UERM user!

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Another UERM user!


Cheers by fellow UERM tribe member

 

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Cheers by fellow UERM tribe member

 

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I'm really enjoying my UERM!

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MBPro>Amarra>Dragonfly>DT1350's

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Originally Posted by Berkovajazz View Post


Yes, sure
MP3,WMA,APE,FLAC,WAV

X1 is on par with HSA Studio, similar level. Even more powerful and loud:)
I was testing him with Etymotic ER4P(+S adaptor), Etymotic ER6i, Sunrise XCape IE, Sony MDR EX700, Sony MDR EX300, HiFIman RE0 (and some other phones) and different full-sized home/professional phones from AKG, Sony, Panasonic, Philips, but them only in audio shops. Results are perfect for this price range (and higher, but X1 is blind, so navigation is not easiest thing for 8Gb).

 

Interesting!

I wouldn't mind one if it had a little screen for me to know the song playing:)
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Been digging universal iems recently. Also, new case for AK100.

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DT1350 lover ! wink_face.gif

Thinkpad > dacportLX > DT1350

 

 

Toast to longbowbbs beerchug.gif

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MBPro>Amarra>Dragonfly>DT1350's

Perfect travel companions! My DT-1350 have been flying with me they have and been my only comfort many nights like that. But since the Tzar 350 came by I am traveling a little lighter...

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Since I always have the backpack with work gear it is no big deal to have a little more gear. Big backpacks are handy things.

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Interesting!

I wouldn't mind one if it had a little screen for me to know the song playing:)


8Gigs of lossless is not too much:)

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Originally Posted by Berkovajazz View Post


8Gigs of lossless is not too much:)

Enough for on-the-go purposes:)
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