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post #436 of 520
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Originally Posted by sammyvine View Post

is it

 

do they have a speaker?

If you mean mic, yes.

 

Listening to this combo right now it all I can say is WOWsmile.gif

post #437 of 520

Anyone considering the Htc One should know this:
The newly launched HTC Butterfly S is a 5 ' version of the One with a substantially larger battery (3200 vs 2300 mah)

Edited by ardilla - 7/28/13 at 2:05am
post #438 of 520
The downside to the butterfly s is the camera doesnt have ois so it will suck.

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post #439 of 520
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Originally Posted by VeXun View Post

The downside to the butterfly s is the camera doesnt have ois so it will suck.

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I'd rather have the larger battery than the ois. Unfortunately I just got the One... Good to know that the One has some pros, though. Apart from looks and thinnes (:
post #440 of 520

Has anyone tried pairing the stock HTC headset with an amp?

I used it with JDSlabs C5 + iPod Touch 5th Gen and the result it amazing!

I'd say it can easily compete with the MH1c from what I recall.

This is from memory of MH1c so I couldn't make a current comparison.

I currently have the SHE3580 and the HTC is a more refined version of the Philips.

post #441 of 520
The stock HTC one m7 iems are not very accurate the bass is extremely exaggerated they are however better than any stock iems I have ever heard. When I go from my BA200's or re400's to the stock HTC headset the bass is too much.

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post #442 of 520
I have zero need for a bigger battery in this phone. I unplug at 7am and plug back in at midnight 17 hours later after being on my phone in bed for 2 or more hours, screen on time is amazing, the standby time is also great. I love getting off work and seeing my battery only down to 78% even when I had listened to music at work and checked email often.

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post #443 of 520
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Originally Posted by VeXun View Post

The stock HTC one m7 iems are not very accurate the bass is extremely exaggerated they are however better than any stock iems I have ever heard. When I go from my BA200's or re400's to the stock HTC headset the bass is too much.

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That is true.

But if you're into Warm + Sweet sounding IEM, you can't go wrong with the HTC m7 headset.

Wish I still have the MH1c headset so I can make a direct comparison...

From memory, I do enjoy the HTC quite a bit more than when I had the MH1c.

post #444 of 520


Just got an HTC One.  Running FLAC files thru Neutron and listening w/ my Thinksound IEMs plugged straight to the phone jack.  Also sounds good piped thru my car stereo.  Sounds waaaay better than I anticipated.  I'm still on trial version of Neutron and will compare to Poweramp soon.  Though Poweramp sounded terrible compared to my old HTC Inspire.  Not sure I like Neutron user interface as it's gonna cause me to crash my car cuz it's not easy to switch sources/

 

My $.02...

post #445 of 520

Hello guys. I have my black HTC One for some time now and I've been wondering about one thing. You all seem to be really enjoying the sound quality from the headphone jack it delivers, but my impressions are quite opposite.

 

I have switched from the Galaxy S3 (Exynos - Wolfson chip), previously using iPhone 4. In home I'm using Fiio E10 dac/amp. Headphones I use are V-jays and Sennheiser px100-ii, which both are regarded as quite good in their category, also I am listening to the music I rip myself from CDs I own.

 

Let me tell you, up to now I haven't see the diference listening to the music be it on Fiio or on the mentioned phones, but when I first tried HTC One I imidiatelly heard it's "compressed" sound. It's not like day/night difference, but I am pretty sure it is there. Don't get me wrong I would love to be proven wrong as I like this phone so much.

I was thinking if maybe there is something wrong with my device but I find it hard to believe as I assume if there was something wrong the quality would be really terible.

 

Maybe I was just spoiled by using good sources before?

post #446 of 520
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Originally Posted by Ciebiada View Post

Hello guys. I have my black HTC One for some time now and I've been wondering about one thing. You all seem to be really enjoying the sound quality from the headphone jack it delivers, but my impressions are quite opposite.

 

I have switched from the Galaxy S3 (Exynos - Wolfson chip), previously using iPhone 4. In home I'm using Fiio E10 dac/amp. Headphones I use are V-jays and Sennheiser px100-ii, which both are regarded as quite good in their category, also I am listening to the music I rip myself from CDs I own.

 

Let me tell you, up to now I haven't see the diference listening to the music be it on Fiio or on the mentioned phones, but when I first tried HTC One I imidiatelly heard it's "compressed" sound. It's not like day/night difference, but I am pretty sure it is there. Don't get me wrong I would love to be proven wrong as I like this phone so much.

I was thinking if maybe there is something wrong with my device but I find it hard to believe as I assume if there was something wrong the quality would be really terible.

 

Maybe I was just spoiled by using good sources before?

Are you using the stock player + beats audio on?

 

I use PowerAmp with beats off and there's a big difference.

post #447 of 520
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Are you using the stock player + beats audio on?

 

I use PowerAmp with beats off and there's a big difference.

I will try trial version of PowerAmp, but I read some guy from PowerAmp saying that un-equalized PowerAmp should sound like the stock player, which makes sense.

 

And I tried turning Beats Audio on and off, of course - it's a first thing to blame. On headphones it sounds like it is just simple eq. There is a noticable difference between the two but not really to the quality if you ask me. Just some frequencies boosted or not.

post #448 of 520
I have the One X+ (International) and a Sennheiser IE8i headset. Of all the players I tried, PowerAmp was the only one that made my flac files sound significantly better. It really goes into hi-fi territory. Also noticed that it sounds best with the equalizer turned off (though some eq presets are interesting and useful when on the go). Beats Audio just spoils the music (not the bass).
Edited by Adob - 8/8/13 at 3:50pm
post #449 of 520

Are the Yamaha EPH-100SL the best option to pair them with the HTC One? Or should I go $50 cheaper and choose between the SE215 and RE400. I really have no experience with IEMs, thanks.

post #450 of 520
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The yamahas are a very good match, if you want cheaper look at the vsonic VSD1 as they too pair very well.

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