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post #511 of 1407
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

16-150 Ohms is what the E17 page says

 

16-100 Ohms is what the E07K page says

 

 

However it says driveability. Which may imply that those are the impedances that will generally be driven properly by the unit.

 

Many users use the E17 with HE's and Denon D's 

 

HEs may be a little too much for amp this size. HEs are no better than AKG K70x. E17 barely has enough power to drive portable headphones, based on their data.

 

But Denon D2000 is quite easy to drive. 

post #512 of 1407
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by HiFan View Post

 

HEs may be a little too much for amp this size. HEs are no better than AKG K70x. E17 barely has enough power to drive portable headphones, based on their data.

 

But Denon D2000 is quite easy to drive. 

Data and speculation?

 

I personally haven't done it but A LOT of 'known' members are driving HE's with the E17.

post #513 of 1407

Hello, been perusing headfi for a few months now.

 

Tried searching this thread for specifics as to how the E07k Andes is working with the Note II, and the results seem a bit garbled.

 

From what I can gather, mostly international Note IIs and S3s are the ones working, and American ones have mixed results.

 

I'm on an American AT&T Samsung Note II running stock Android 4.1.2.

 

Can anybody tell me if their similar setup is working with the E07k Andes?

 

Thanks!


Edited by sammyhf86 - 2/13/13 at 11:55pm
post #514 of 1407

Sprint Note 2 (Stock Android 4.1.1) + E07k = no good (getting ready to return the E07k and pull the trigger on an iBasso D-Zero)

post #515 of 1407

Can anyone who has their note 2 or s3 working with the eo7k tell us your config.

post #516 of 1407
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Originally Posted by Epimetheus View Post

Can anyone who has their note 2 or s3 working with the eo7k tell us your config.

+1, and please specify international or US, carrier, and which android you're running (which version of stock/root). thanks :)

post #517 of 1407
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Originally Posted by sammyhf86 View Post

+1, and please specify international or US, carrier, and which android you're running (which version of stock/root). thanks :)

+256435131.

 

Would LOVE to get my E07K working with my (rooted) Galaxy S3.

 

..

post #518 of 1407

Hey guys

 

I've got a Galaxy S3, international version, rooted, running Omega JB ROM with the latest Siyah kernel. I'm about to buy the E07K and want to connect it with USB to get the best out of it (I'm currently using an E6 via headphone jack and don't want to amp an already amped signal). All of the music I play is FLAC, and I recently got myself some Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro's, which I'd really like to make sing.

 

I've read a fair few threads and I've gotten confused with the cable I need to get it working properly. I think it's the micro-A plug to mini-B plug, but I'm not certain. Can someone point me in the right direction please? Preferably a short one like the LOD I used to use for my iPod/E5. I've emailed Frank at Toxic Cables (I'm in the UK) and hope he can help, but anything you guys can offer would be awesome.

 

Thanks in advance!

post #519 of 1407
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Originally Posted by klam View Post

I have a Rogers Galaxy S3 I-747M (same model as AT&T) and my E07K has worked since day one. This is the USB OTG cable I bought: www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005GGBYJ4
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My phone is rooted, but on stock 4.1.1 ROM. Rooting has nothing to do with it is my guess.

I'm starting to think that is something that goes more with the cable used. I would gather information about the Fiio firmware as well.

Maybe we should create a new thread specifically for Samsung-Fiio compatibility and leave this one for other audio related issues. Tomorrow I'll post my configuration, it's already a little bit late...
post #520 of 1407

Hi! Do you know where is possible to find a cable to directly and simply connect the Fiio to the Galaxy S3 like this? I can't find any direct micro usb to mini usb cable online...

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post #522 of 1407

Ok, there we go! This is the configuration that didn't work for me.

 

Phone:          Samsung Galaxy Note II

Model:           N7100

ROM:            Root Stock Jelly Bean 4.1.2 compilation JZ054K.N7100XXDLK7

Kernel:          Perseus Alpha 32

Other mods:  Simplistic Control & MultiWindow Hacks

 

DAC:             Fiio E07K

Firmware:      FWOOLMOOJA

 

DAC:             Fiio E17

Firmware:      FWOOLC11EN

 

Cable:            "Samsung Stock USB Male-Micro USB Male" to

                      "USB Female-Mini USB Male Adapter"  Amazon

 

If we all follow the same schema, we should get some conclusions! Looking forward to your configurations, either it worked or not!

post #523 of 1407
Hi, you need an OTG cable, that micro to female usb is not going to work, because otg cables have some kind of grounding between pins.

How do you find the e07k firmware version?
post #524 of 1407
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by chauzu View Post

Hi, you need an OTG cable, that micro to female usb is not going to work, because otg cables have some kind of grounding between pins.

How do you find the e07k firmware version?

It is in the menu of the E07K

post #525 of 1407
Got this one today and didn't work either... will try one of those OTG to see if there is really any difference...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/270803395745?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649
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