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post #3751 of 5103
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Originally Posted by peter123 View Post
 

I've got it on the way so we'll find out soon enough :gs1000smile:

I should receive mine by tomorrow =) 7bucks iem is hard to resist.

post #3752 of 5103
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I should receive mine by tomorrow =) 7bucks iem is hard to resist.

Meanwhile, a year from now, after collecting a lot of cheaper IEMs: "$50 IEM is hard to resist" -- LOL

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post #3753 of 5103
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Originally Posted by Purple07 View Post
 

I should receive mine by tomorrow =) 7bucks iem is hard to resist.

Where did you get yours from ??

post #3754 of 5103
@Purple07

Great, I'm looking forward to your impression.

@cel4145

I hear you wink.gif
post #3755 of 5103
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Originally Posted by Purple07 View Post
 

http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=a1z09.2.9.45.hFYLC8&id=38101356382

pits itself against piston 2.0. anyone?

Can someone translate the description page? It's embedded in the image so I can't use translator.. :/ Why do you think it should be good?

post #3756 of 5103
Thread Starter 

Nothing about that Tangmai shows anything over what a typical JBM/Awei earphone can do for around the same price. I do like to be surprised though, so looking forward to the impression.

post #3757 of 5103

Any news on the SMSL M2 DAC?

post #3758 of 5103
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Originally Posted by DJScope View Post
 

Any news on the SMSL M2 DAC?

It has become the new replacement over the HifimeDIY dac as a cheap but effective stepping stone into DACs.

 

With the HifimeDIY U2 at ~$57 without an amp, this is a much better value at ~$62 with a 130mW amp. It seems a little bright at times, but I haven't run it much.

 

As far as power goes, it can power the Havi, so it passes that test.

 

It works on my Nexus 5, but its buggy. It'll play one track, then freeze afterwards. Happens every time. Since that is the main reason I bought it, it is kind of disappointing unless UAPP (or smsl) can fix it.

 

This doesn't beat my GO 1000, but it is a nice value setup.


Edited by bhazard - 6/12/14 at 4:21pm
post #3759 of 5103
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Originally Posted by bhazard View Post
 

It has become the new replacement over the HifimeDIY dac as a cheap but effective stepping stone into DACs.

 

With the HifimeDIY U2 at ~$57 without an amp, this is a much better value at ~$62 with a 130mW amp. It seems a little bright at times, but I haven't run it much.

 

As far as power goes, it can power the Havi, so it passes that test.

 

It works on my Nexus 5, but its buggy. It'll play one track, then freeze afterwards. Happens every time. Since that is the main reason I bought it, it is kind of disappointing unless UAPP (or smsl) can fix it.

 

This doesn't beat my GO 1000, but it is a nice value setup.

 

xD it's a fraction of the cost of the GeekOut 1000. I also really prefer the form factor of the M2 over the thumb stick type. The M2 does win over the HiFimeDIY U2 by a pretty large margin by coming with it's own amp. It's also nicer to look at. 

 

Also, does any know the difference between the SA9023 and the ES9023 DACs? Can't find anything.

post #3760 of 5103
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xD it's a fraction of the cost of the GeekOut 1000. I also really prefer the form factor of the M2 over the thumb stick type. The M2 does win over the HiFimeDIY U2 by a pretty large margin by coming with it's own amp. It's also nicer to look at. 

Also, does any know the difference between the SA9023 and the ES9023 DACs? Can't find anything.

SA9027 is the USB chip. Both the hifimeDIY and M2 use the same in that regard. The M2 adds the Max amp.
post #3761 of 5103
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SA9027 is the USB chip. Both the hifimeDIY and M2 use the same in that regard. The M2 adds the Max amp.

 

Oh yeah got yah! The SA9023 is the USB IC and the ES9023 is the DAC IC. 

 

Thanks for that.

 

So they're pretty much Identical in architecture except for the amp. Interesting.

 

Anyway. Has anyone who has ordered this recieved them yet?

post #3762 of 5103

@Charliemotta

I ordered straight from Taobao, the seller will send to an international forwarder that will ship to me.

 

@peter123

Think i better wait for your impression, as of now i cant describe things i heard yet, i mean i can hear the difference but cant put it down in words =/

 

@Doodier

i will translate if i'm permitted to post pictues.

post #3763 of 5103

Hey guys,

 

KC06A or Havi B3 Pro I? Also, what does the KC06A improve upon its predecessor?

Thanks.

post #3764 of 5103
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Originally Posted by thatBeatsguy View Post

Hey guys,

KC06A or Havi B3 Pro I? Also, what does the KC06A improve upon its predecessor?
Thanks.
From what I've read, the kc06a is more v signatured than the original with deeper bass and more spiked treble.

I ordered a pair simply because I want to see the difference is between the new one and original. I'm very happy with the original, and feel it has plenty of bass in quiet environments (isolation is not the best)

If you have a good amp get the b3 pro I.
post #3765 of 5103
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Originally Posted by Hisoundfi View Post


From what I've read, the kc06a is more v signatured than the original with deeper bass and more spiked treble.

I ordered a pair simply because I want to see the difference is between the new one and original. I'm very happy with the original, and feel it has plenty of bass in quiet environments (isolation is not the best)

If you have a good amp get the b3 pro I.

So, does the original KC06 have a more neutral frequency response? I would really like a pair with a flat, smooth frequency response for recording.

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