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post #226 of 309
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In the mean time I have this installed

Congrats you Choose The right ones , i have UARP First than buy UAPP biggrin.gif
post #227 of 309

Is there any other way that we do not need to install the apps but the USB Dac still work? I do not need to install any app for the Glacier but its DAC works fine with Android devices such as Samsung S3/4, HTC One...or even the Ipad 3 or higher via CCK.

post #228 of 309

My A200P/AK10 also works fine straight from the phone with the standard music player. thats specific for Cypher Labs

post #229 of 309
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Originally Posted by midnightwalker View Post

Is there any other way that we do not need to install the apps but the USB Dac still work? I do not need to install any app for the Glacier but its DAC works fine with Android devices such as Samsung S3/4, HTC One...or even the Ipad 3 or higher via CCK.

No , With Theorem you need third Party app like USB Audio Player Pro or USB Audio Recorder Pro
post #230 of 309
Theorem best pair With iPhone 5 S USA or Ausie version

Source : iPhone 5 S USA version
Dac / Amp : Cypher Labs Theorem 720
Headphone : V Moda M 100
Cable : Cypher Labs Stock lightning to mini USB
Music file : WAV

High : very Clear and clean sounding High With very Good detail
Mid : sweet and Clear mid, you can hear trompet like real
Bass : very Good and Deep bass impact, With Fast bass Speed
Separation : very Good that i can detect The music placement very Good
Soundstage : Wide and very Good Depth

Overal : This Theorem set Up With iPhone 5 S are The best Synergy For portable set Up , you can pair With many headphone sound qyality very Good , This is My allrounder One box dac/amp set Up

IMO

post #231 of 309
Rudi, what about pairing up the Theorem with GS4 since the SQ of GS4 is not bad at all? Will try them and let you know.
post #232 of 309
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Rudi, what about pairing up the Theorem with GS4 since the SQ of GS4 is not bad at all? Will try them and let you know.

Did you Mean Samsung S 4 ?
post #233 of 309
I want Share My personal comparison between
Theorem dac / amp vs Theorem as Dac use line out + Duet

Source : iPhone 5 s
Dac / Amp : Theorem as Dac and amp
Theorem as dac Only
Amp : Duet
Headphone : VModa M 100

Theorem as dac / Amp :
High : more Crisp and Clear
Mid : more Clear but not as thick plus Duet
Bass : is tighter and cleaner compare plus DUET , bass more Boomy
Separation : better Theorem as stand Alone
Soundstage : Theorem as stand Alone is better more Wide and Depth .
Plus Duet soundstage so narrow

Overall : Theorem plus Duet has not so Good Synergy

It is better Theorem as stand Alone dac/ amp or

Cypher Class solo dB / Class solo original + Duet

IMO



post #234 of 309
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

Did you Mean Samsung S 4 ?

Yessir!
post #235 of 309
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Originally Posted by singleended58 View Post

Yessir!

HI
Please Share Your impression With S4 Here I Dont have S4
post #236 of 309
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

HI
Please Share Your impression With S4 Here I Dont have S4

Rudi, I suppose to receive my copper Theorem by tomorrow and try to listen with Samsung S4 then let you know.
post #237 of 309

Dear all,

 

I want to make mini balanced cable to use with Theorem. Anyone can share the link that sell mini balanced connector. Thanks all

post #238 of 309

http://plussoundaudio.com/diy/connectors.html

 

Theyre Kobiconn connectors

post #239 of 309
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Originally Posted by Cotnijoe View Post

http://plussoundaudio.com/diy/connectors.html

Theyre Kobiconn connectors

Too expensive $9.99. I bought at Mouser a lot cheaper.
post #240 of 309

Go with what he said then haha ^

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