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Best natural timbre producing DAP

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Which portable DAP produces more natural timbre of the instruments
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can anyone share ur thoughts.

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Any one to share?
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www.tera-player.com
And that's the only answer one can find to your question.
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thanks for ur reply.

any amp for natural timbre quality under 200$ ?

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Nothing
Just start saving for the Tera Player. You would be very happy with it.
Now you want to buy anything or you just asking for a friend?
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Thanks for ur reply. I would like to buy a DAP around 300. I already had nova n3 , colorfly c3. I am happy with the nova n3 timbre quality. But i can't listen for long time. Can u recommend any DAP or amp around 300 USD.
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Graham voyager amp
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thanks for ur reply.

let me check it.

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"tera-player"? This is a joke, right? :D

Note the guy on the pictures is listening to this thing through Koss porta pro...and he drives a Lada!

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Did you listen to Tera before you comment or you just like to troll?
I read only good things about it and as a matter of fact I own one for the last 3 months.
There is no other natural sounding DAP like the Tera Player !
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Originally Posted by Photofan1986 View Post
 

"tera-player"? This is a joke, right? :D

Note the guy on the pictures is listening to this thing through Koss porta pro...and he drives a Lada!

 

Those are the headphones recommended for the Tera Player, right from the horses mouth at tera-player.com

 

I am not sure exactly what you're looking for OP. What headphones will you pair with it, for example? Do you want ultra-portable, or could you stand a DAP and a separate amp?

 

I would recommend reading up on Hifiman 601LE, iBasso DX50, Fiio X3, and the iPod classic, with which you can use an LOD, could get one off eBay for a low enough price to also get an amp. 

 

Take a look around at the threads for the big players. The ones I listed are in your price range. 

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Originally Posted by musicday View Post

Did you listen to Tera before you comment or you just like to troll?
I read only good things about it and as a matter of fact I own one for the last 3 months.
There is no other natural sounding DAP like the Tera Player !

I'll guess no. He has cowons and a clip.
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I'll guess no. He has cowons and a clip.

 

To be fair, probably half the people on this forum have a clip. Even if they also have a bevy of expensive equipment. It's practically a pre-requisite to like the thing.

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Originally Posted by reginalb View Post
 

 

Those are the headphones recommended for the Tera Player, right from the horses mouth at tera-player.com

 

I am not sure exactly what you're looking for OP. What headphones will you pair with it, for example? Do you want ultra-portable, or could you stand a DAP and a separate amp?

 

I would recommend reading up on Hifiman 601LE, iBasso DX50, Fiio X3, and the iPod classic, with which you can use an LOD, could get one off eBay for a low enough price to also get an amp. 

 

Take a look around at the threads for the big players. The ones I listed are in your price range. 

I hope most of the player appreciation threads discussing about the clarity, sound stage and instrument separation.

only a few threads have got timbre discussion.

is it clarity and timbre means the same ?

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