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post #2716 of 6608

We can probably see a word wide release of the Sony NW-ZX1 since it will be released in Asia in Feb -14 according to this....
 

http://www.sony-asia.com/corporate/resources/en_AP/pdf/AP%2830December13%29-WalkmanZX1fromSony.pdf

 

 

The premium Walkman® NWZ-ZX1 from Sony will be available in Asia Pacific from
February 2014 onwards.

Edited by Djabag - 1/4/14 at 7:48am
post #2717 of 6608

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post #2718 of 6608
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Originally Posted by Djabag View Post
 

We can probably see a word wide release of the Sony NW-ZX1 since it will be released in Asia in Feb -14 according to this....
 

http://www.sony-asia.com/corporate/resources/en_AP/pdf/AP%2830December13%29-WalkmanZX1fromSony.pdf

 

 

The premium Walkman® NWZ-ZX1 from Sony will be available in Asia Pacific from
February 2014 onwards.

from the description...

 

The flagship Walkman® NWZ-ZX1 comes with 128GB of built-in memory capable of storing High-Resolution Audio content equivalent to approximately 800 songs4. It is the largest capacity Walkman® ever produced by Sony, and also allows for storage of your entire audio collection with expansion via its memory card slot. Viewing of the large library of high-quality music files is made easy with its brilliant 4-inch (854 x 480 pixel) TRILUMINOS™ Display for mobile touchscreen.

 

wtf... there is no card-slot.

post #2719 of 6608
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Originally Posted by OK-Guy View Post
 

from the description...

 

The flagship Walkman®

 

wtf... there is no card-slot.

 

You don't mean to tell me that all you guys forgot to open the small flap on the side ...:D

post #2720 of 6608

now now. :wink_face:

post #2721 of 6608
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Originally Posted by AndrewH13 View Post

You don't mean to tell me that all you guys forgot to open the small flap on the side ...biggrin.gif
Yes, I did, but there was a hole underneath with a rabbit in it. I was tempted to follow but I am a busy man.
post #2722 of 6608
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Originally Posted by Mython View Post

Cons:

Volume capped

That remains to be seen. Volume depends not only on the DAP, but also on the earphones. Therefore the European volume cap regulations require a device to stay below a certain volume when used with the included earphones. The Japanese NW-ZX1 comes without earphones, so strictly speaking there is no need for a cap, because as delivered the ZX1 cannot produce any volume. Sounds silly, but Sony's digital recorders (PCM-D1 and so on) also all come without earphones, and they do not seem to be capped (I have not yet dared to go beyound 6/10 on my D1 for fear of breaking my ears and/or my phones...). We will have to see whether a European ZX1 also comes without earphones; if so, then there might be no cap.
post #2723 of 6608
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Originally Posted by OK-Guy View Post
 

from the description...

 

The flagship Walkman® NWZ-ZX1 comes with 128GB of built-in memory capable of storing High-Resolution Audio content equivalent to approximately 800 songs4. It is the largest capacity Walkman® ever produced by Sony, and also allows for storage of your entire audio collection with expansion via its memory card slot. Viewing of the large library of high-quality music files is made easy with its brilliant 4-inch (854 x 480 pixel) TRILUMINOS™ Display for mobile touchscreen.

 

wtf... there is no card-slot.

 

Can't believe nobody is asking this question:

 

Is it possible that there will be a version with a SD card slot when it's released world wide?

post #2724 of 6608
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Originally Posted by burtomr View Post
 

 

Can't believe nobody is asking this question:

 

Is it possible that there will be a version with a SD card slot when it's released world wide?

No.

post #2725 of 6608
That or someone really has made a naughty error. I suspect the latter unfortunately?
post #2726 of 6608

Is the ZK1 using the propertiary sony charger? instead of a micro usb ? Have someone tried USB otg on it? How powerful is the amp?

 

thanks

post #2727 of 6608
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Originally Posted by Retrias View Post

Is the ZK1 using the propertiary sony charger? instead of a micro usb ? Have someone tried USB otg on it? How powerful is the amp?

thanks

Proprietary cable, not proprietary charger. The amp is plenty for IEMs, weak for more demanding headphones.
post #2728 of 6608
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Originally Posted by barbes View Post


Proprietary cable, not proprietary charger. The amp is plenty for IEMs, weak for more demanding headphones.


Thanks for the answer

post #2729 of 6608

The ZX1 has landed. Loading up some songs to give it a good listen with my SE5. I can tell anyone worried about power, this thing can drive the SE5 with ease. I haven't gone past 50% yet, other than a few songs that I had to crank it up and groove. 

post #2730 of 6608
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Originally Posted by Greed View Post

The ZX1 has landed. Loading up some songs to give it a good listen with my SE5. I can tell anyone worried about power, this thing can drive the SE5 with ease. I haven't gone past 50% yet, other than a few songs that I had to crank it up and groove. 
Awesome...let us know how it goes.
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