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post #46 of 123
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Originally Posted by georgelai57 View Post

I'll wait till they launch the ADL X1 here in Singapore


You may want to peruse this post of mine.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/663501/tokyo-fujiya-avic-spring-may-2013-impressions/15#post_9431657

post #47 of 123
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Originally Posted by gkanai View Post


You may want to peruse this post of mine.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/663501/tokyo-fujiya-avic-spring-may-2013-impressions/15#post_9431657
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post #48 of 123

VentureCraft also announce the next version of their Go-Dap. It will be officially called "Go-Dap X2"

 

The prototype is called SounDroid Typhoon.

 

 

post #49 of 123
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Originally Posted by mtthefirst View Post

VentureCraft also announce the next version of their Go-Dap. It will be officially called "Go-Dap X2"

 

The prototype is called SounDroid Typhoon.

 

 

Hadn't heard about this. Do you have a link to where you found this?

post #50 of 123

I'm having compatibility cautions as well with my new iPod Nano. I plan on buying a Fiio E11 and hooking it up with my Nano, but obviously that won't right out of the box. So I've been doing some digging this last week on adapters and necessaries, and this is what I've came up with that will "hopefully" let my iPod Nano work with a Fiio E11.

7th Gen iPod Nano + Lighting to 30pin Adapter + Fiio L3 LOD Cable + Fiio E11 Amp + Headphones = Problem solved

Is this equation correct? Will that setup bypass the Nano amp and let Fiio E11 feed amp to my headphones without double amping? I'm pretty sure this will work, does anyone have this setup or tried it?



 

post #51 of 123
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Originally Posted by ender323 View Post

Hadn't heard about this. Do you have a link to where you found this?

Sorry for late reply, I've been out for couple days. Here is the link to the thread in this forum.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/663590/soundroid-typhoon

 

Here is the website of the company.

 

http://venturecraft.jp/gadget_jp/index.php

 

Most of the information are in japanese version. They have put any info on the english website yet. 

post #52 of 123

Had a look at their website.

I'm not 100% sure 'cause I can't read japanese but It doesn't seem to be compatible with the 5th gen. iPod Touch.....

is that actually the case?

 

Thanks,

Huck

post #53 of 123
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Originally Posted by huckfinn View Post

Had a look at their website.

I'm not 100% sure 'cause I can't read japanese but It doesn't seem to be compatible with the 5th gen. iPod Touch.....

is that actually the case?

 

Thanks,

Huck

Yes. It should be compatible with iphone 5 and ipod touch 5G. Actually I use their previous generation "Go-Dap X" with ipod touch 5G. Actually I try their prototype with my ipod touch 5G.


Edited by mtthefirst - 5/21/13 at 3:22am
post #54 of 123
I think the v moda vamp works with the iphone 5
post #55 of 123
http://v-moda.com/vamp/
post #56 of 123
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Originally Posted by Digital DJ View Post

I'm having compatibility cautions as well with my new iPod Nano. I plan on buying a Fiio E11 and hooking it up with my Nano, but obviously that won't right out of the box. So I've been doing some digging this last week on adapters and necessaries, and this is what I've came up with that will "hopefully" let my iPod Nano work with a Fiio E11.

7th Gen iPod Nano + Lighting to 30pin Adapter + Fiio L3 LOD Cable + Fiio E11 Amp + Headphones = Problem solved

Is this equation correct? Will that setup bypass the Nano amp and let Fiio E11 feed amp to my headphones without double amping? I'm pretty sure this will work, does anyone have this setup or tried it?
 

That works for me with an iPhone 5 and iPad mini going to a Fiio E17.
post #57 of 123
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Originally Posted by scottcocoabeach View Post


That works for me with an iPhone 5 and iPad mini going to a Fiio E17.


Awesome, good to hear.

post #58 of 123
hi, does using converter from the New Lightning to 30 Pin Adaptor for iPhone 5 reduce the sound quality of the music going through the LOD cable ?
post #59 of 123
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Originally Posted by mtthefirst View Post

 

LOD is abbr. for "Line out Dock". It's a cable that take line out signal from iDevice connector directly. It bypass the internal AMP section but still an analog signal.

 

Lightning port is digital only but lightning adaptor has DAC chip build-in to it. It can convert digital signal send out from lightning port to analog. If your external DAC is compatible with iAP, it'll bypass the DAC in lightning adaptor and send out digital signal to your external DAC.

 

 

 

This is my short USB to microUSB cable with lightning adaptor connected to my Go-Dap X (Similar to HP-P1). 

wow...I like that right-angled adapter and short cable!  from where may I buy one?

post #60 of 123
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Originally Posted by Angular Mo View Post

wow...I like that right-angled adapter and short cable!  from where may I buy one?

Here

 

http://www.amazon.com/Lightning-Adapter-Digital-Short-Cable/dp/B00AQ96U0Y/ref=aag_m_pw_dp?ie=UTF8&m=A3NINIIWM5N4CB

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