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Hifi-M8

Vmoda lightning cable, Tuono.

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Venturecraft lightning cable.

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ExpatinJapan, what music player app are you using?

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HM 901 has Dual DAC Sabre Chips too
But I am not buying HM 901 biggrin.gif
I can answer yet , before I buy I need to hear from friends here on head fi first


Oh okay, thats a very nice deccision , I guess i will try to see if mike will stock it up in his store

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ExpatinJapan, what music player app are you using?

Flacplayer app. The current version which is suited for OS6+.

 

I am currently participating in a new version of Flacplayer which is OS7 compatible and has some new features. I will write a review when the final build is released.

 

One extra add-on I requested was a display of the tracks information.

 

(Beta below, not all information of each track is displayed is in the photos I have added below).

 

 

 

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Tera Player + Fitear 334 togo

 

Regards,

Jaytee189

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Flacplayer app. The current version which is suited for OS6+.

Would you mind taking a screenshot of the albums and artists views? I really hate the iOS 7 stock music player's albums and artists views because each line takes way too much space making it a pain to scroll through my 100+ artists and 300+ albums. I hope FLAC player resolves this problem for me.

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One of my desktop set up...

 

Regards,

jaytee189

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Theorem720 + 1964 ears v6stage (universal demo version)

love the sound from this set up. All frequencies are covered nicely.

the only drawback i got was the fatigued if listen for a long period of time.

 

 

 

Theorem + asg 2. The Aurisonics house sound shines with this combo. 

i still think the bass is too much even with the bassport fully closed.

 

regards

jaytee189 

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Fiio x3 + in ear Stage Diver 3.

Love the super dark sound from this set up.

 

Regards

jaytee189 

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Originally Posted by zowki View Post
 

Would you mind taking a screenshot of the albums and artists views? I really hate the iOS 7 stock music player's albums and artists views because each line takes way too much space making it a pain to scroll through my 100+ artists and 300+ albums. I hope FLAC player resolves this problem for me.

Ok, So these are from the current build (Not the beta) 

 

 

 

 

 

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+ buggy interface + small touch screen navigation ≠ WINNER

Lol - you haven't tried it have you?

No but I've read enough impressions and reviews that the interface is pretty buggy/finnicky.

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@miceblue, try it you will love it wink.gif
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Hahah! My impressions of my A2P are actually in my review smily_headphones1.gif. I wrote one for the TUR-06 & TU-05b a few months back. After that I decided to pick one up.

It's tube rollable & the folks in the A2P thread have lotsa good advice. I only have 2x additional pairs of tubes (Telefunken & NEC) of which I've not rolled yet.


I go back few hundred pages back to find the review!!! WOW....right now, I'm looking into Japanese headphone amp.  I already order the Kojo-tech brass amp...However, this beautiful looking amp just haunting me!!!!  LOL  :biggrin:  I should find the A2P thread! Thanks for the advice!!!

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Any of you guys use double-sided tape to keep your rigs together?

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