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Originally Posted by musicday View Post

Sugi pula Yazen.
So much talking about this Sony DAP...

People don't have anymore wife's,girlfriends, life to live?

Forget about it in 2014 another better will come and you will never be satisfied.

Life is good.... If so many would do sports as often as they listen to music life will be much better...
Sports, really?  How original.  Of course the world would be better if we were all running after a ball, puck, or even a throat..  Sigh

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I think they will release a cheaper zx1 series in future with the same internal but plastic body when the ssd becomes a lot cheaper. It seems like sony is pushing the high rez market hard and I highly the will not release dap with higher memory simply because they are well aware on how much space each high rez album require. 

Oooh, I would be up for that.

 

I'm curious to see how the F880 will sound next to the ZX1, and how smooth the Android interface is. If I recall correctly, the Cowon Z2 runs on Android and it wasn't exactly the smoothest interface.

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Oooh, I would be up for that.

 

I'm curious to see how the F880 will sound next to the ZX1, and how smooth the Android interface is. If I recall correctly, the Cowon Z2 runs on Android and it wasn't exactly the smoothest interface.

 

Jelly Bean has Project Butter which forces the UI to run off of the GPU. So, that's a steady 60 fps.

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Oooh, I would be up for that.

 

I'm curious to see how the F880 will sound next to the ZX1, and how smooth the Android interface is. If I recall correctly, the Cowon Z2 runs on Android and it wasn't exactly the smoothest interface.

 

The Z2 is under-powered hardware-wise and only runs Gingerbread. Anything newer will have more capable hardware and of course Jellybean and the aforementioned Project Butter benefits. 

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Oooh, I would be up for that.

 

I'm curious to see how the F880 will sound next to the ZX1, and how smooth the Android interface is. If I recall correctly, the Cowon Z2 runs on Android and it wasn't exactly the smoothest interface.

 

Sony's been using Android for at least 3 years now on the Z and F. Not terribly hard to find one to play with.

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I think he meant that just the hardware parts and finishing worth the calling price already...

 

Exactly. The AK120 at over $1k pretty much better lick my undercoating too for that price.

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Originally Posted by audionewbi View Post
 

I think they will release a cheaper zx1 series in future with the same internal but plastic body when the ssd becomes a lot cheaper. It seems like sony is pushing the high rez market hard and I highly the will not release dap with higher memory simply because they are well aware on how much space each high rez album require.

 

They have. It's called the F series. 128GB *may* trickle down to the F, but seeing as Sony updates their DAPs in the fall/winter (between September and December), it's going to be another year.

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no headphone included.

btw its the price directly convert yen to us dollars

so im not sure if sony gonna sell this product in US

if not,thats +100or more dollars on ebay.

Price already discussed earlier. Look back.

 

xe.com is arguably the best site to use to see current conversion rates and calculate prices.

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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post
 

Oooh, I would be up for that.

 

I'm curious to see how the F880 will sound next to the ZX1, and how smooth the Android interface is. If I recall correctly, the Cowon Z2 runs on Android and it wasn't exactly the smoothest interface.

 

Sony's been using Android for at least 3 years now on the Z and F. Not terribly hard to find one to play with.

What are the main differences between the Z and F series? I thought they had an A series too for Audiophile or something like that. :S

 

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Oooh, I would be up for that.

 

I'm curious to see how the F880 will sound next to the ZX1, and how smooth the Android interface is. If I recall correctly, the Cowon Z2 runs on Android and it wasn't exactly the smoothest interface.

 

The Z2 is under-powered hardware-wise and only runs Gingerbread. Anything newer will have more capable hardware and of course Jellybean and the aforementioned Project Butter benefits. 

Good point. I just read about Project Butter the other day. Cool [jelly] beans.

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What are the main differences between the Z and F series? I thought they had an A series too for Audiophile or something like that. :S

 

Good point. I just read about Project Butter the other day. Cool [jelly] beans.

The A was to the X as the F is to the Z.

 

Size is different, slightly different internals (but nearly the same features), etc. The higher letter usually has slightly better sound quality (subjective, of course). The lower letters generally have better portability. That's one of the bigger tradeoffs.

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love my Z1070... looking forward to acquiring one of these as well.

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Bump for impressions from Japan...
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Bump for impressions from Japan...

 

When I have time to pop by the Ginza store later this week. It did interest me until I saw the size/weight :P.

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When I have time to pop by the Ginza store later this week. It did interest me until I saw the size/weight :P.

Thanks!! Really interested to read some initial impressions..
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When I have time to pop by the Ginza store later this week. It did interest me until I saw the size/weight :P.

 

If you can that will be great.  Given that your owned the DX100 in the past, I'm curious what you think.  Can you bring your F or Z as a reference?  Thanks in advance AnakChan.

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