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post #61 of 1417
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The USB receiver is the same as E17, support sample rate up to 96/24 through USB


That was a good new. I just ordered the E07K.

 

Thank you

 

Northernsky

post #62 of 1417

hmm so the consensus is that the E07K is worth the 30USD over the E7?

post #63 of 1417
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hmm so the consensus is that the E07K is worth the 30USD over the E7?

 

Must be a US thing. Same price as the E7 in the UK.

post #64 of 1417
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It is up to customers on if they think it is worth it, not enough have it for concencus.
post #65 of 1417

Hi, anyone knows if this works with the E9. Thanks in advance.
 

post #66 of 1417
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Hi, anyone knows if this works with the E9. Thanks in advance.

 
Good question. Clieos would know as he has those two. It supports E09K in paper
post #67 of 1417
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Must be a US thing. Same price as the E7 in the UK.

oh..

it's 60 (E7) vs 90 (E07K) on Amazon US

post #68 of 1417
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oh..
it's 60 (E7) vs 90 (E07K) on Amazon US
Uk may soon follow. Final price is up to seller. This is good as people with a small budget can get E7 now.
post #69 of 1417

will the dac function work via camera connection kit (cck) on the ipad 2 ios 5.1?

post #70 of 1417
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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post

I haven't learned much about the hardware inside yet, but given how E07k works, I'll guess FiiO is using the same DAC section (well, more precisely, they upgraded the PCM270x chip to the something that is capable of 24/96, but still keeping the WM8740)) and volume control (which is what doing the EQ) from E17. The main difference are that the E17 still have S/PDIF input and AD8397 (E07k use a different opamp). My early RMAA test shows E07k to be quite excellent and worthy as an upgrade over the original E7.


Hi ClieOS, nice to see you here. IMO, E07K is really a nice product. Could you give a few comments on its amp performance?

 

I am wondering if this unit is capable of driving DT1350. UHA-4 is good driving IEM, but kinda weak when it comes to DT1350. So I am thinking of getting another amp for DT1350.

 

Thanks!


Edited by HiFan - 12/10/12 at 3:47pm
post #71 of 1417
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

Uk may soon follow. Final price is up to seller. This is good as people with a small budget can get E7 now.

nice.

 

hmm. considering how the E17 was once on sale at 99. i'm thinking twice forking out 89 for E07K.

 

I suppose E07K < E17?

post #72 of 1417
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nice.

hmm. considering how the E17 was once on sale at 99. i'm thinking twice forking out 89 for E07K.

I suppose E07K < E17?
Fiio intends it to be that way. E17 recommended at $150 and E07K recommended at $100 or $90 so that users have choice
post #73 of 1417
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Originally Posted by HiFan View Post


Hi ClieOS, nice to see you here. IMO, E07K is really a nice product. Could you give a few comments on its amp performance?

 

I am wondering if this unit is capable of driving DT1350. UHA-4 is good driving IEM, but kinda weak when it comes to DT1350. So I am thinking of getting another amp for DT1350.

 

Thanks!

 

As far as I can remember, DT1350 isn't that difficult to drive that UHA-4 can't drive it. Plus, going from UHA-4 to E07k will be a downgrade in SQ.

post #74 of 1417
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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post

 

As far as I can remember, DT1350 isn't that difficult to drive that UHA-4 can't drive it. Plus, going from UHA-4 to E07k will be a downgrade in SQ.

Thank you. That's very helpful information. Could it be UHA-4's signature that the soundstage is confined?

post #75 of 1417

That depends on what opamp is in the UHA-4 - I would expect OPA209 to have smaller soundstage than AD8610. Then again, I don't remember DT1350 to be particular specious sounding.

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