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post #16 of 21
Thread Starter 
I read very good reviews for the Sansa...Is this very affordable reader able to beat a lot of other more expensive daps?
post #17 of 21
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Originally Posted by Overdrive Sloth View Post

Very good I hope that the queue for the DAP will not be so long... Anyway, are there any other advices for other player with overmentioned caracteristics?
Thank you again

The Sloth

You wish Man! Prepare to queue long for it smily_headphones1.gif
On your question on the Sansa, I have not tried it, but can you live with something so small before you feel like upgrading? I went stright to the ak100. Might be ditching that for the DX50 though..
post #18 of 21
Thread Starter 
noooooooooo not a long queue :-(
probably the Ak100 would be the final Dap: nice looking, perfect sound but, if I don't change my budget in the meantime, it's a little bit too expansive for me. I can find it for about 700 euro on Amazon, is there another place where I could try to find it?
post #19 of 21
Thread Starter 
Just another question, I can read from iBasso site that Dx100 works with android OS. Somebody know if also dx50 will be android based? Personally I prefer a player without a OS inside, but only proprietary firmware. Is the Ak100 an android based device?

Thanks a lot by the Sloth
post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by Overdrive Sloth View Post

Just another question, I can read from iBasso site that Dx100 works with android OS. Somebody know if also dx50 will be android based? Personally I prefer a player without a OS inside, but only proprietary firmware. Is the Ak100 an android based device?

Thanks a lot by the Sloth

DX50 and AK100 both are running standalone OS (i.e. music player only) so they aren't android based.

post #21 of 21
Thread Starter 
thank you spriest
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