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post #46 of 118

New here, did some research on here regarding the E18 (selling E7 and moving to this). 

 

I've used the device with my HTC One M8, and set it to "Phone" mode using the supplied micro-to-micro USB OTG cable, and it works. Is that the test for making sure it's compatible? If so, please add it to the list :)

post #47 of 118
Not working with my Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 running JB 4.2.2 sucks big time..!!!
post #48 of 118

even with UAPP?

post #49 of 118
Nope, I'm hoping it's gonna be plug & play with my SGM now it end up in the dry box.
post #50 of 118
Got my e18 today...worked perfect on galaxy note 3 and galaxy note 10.1 2014 edition and on computer...using Hifiman RE 400 and they are sounding amazing

For all those hearing any annoying noise it's probably to do with lower version of android ... KitKat has flawless support for usb audio and in general for all plug n play device ....

Sent from my SM-P600 using Tapatalk
post #51 of 118

I actually have a kindle fire HDX, I wonder if it would work with that, since it's a modified android OS.

post #52 of 118
it worked with my n7105 with cyanogenmod
post #53 of 118
It works great with my Sony Xperia Z1 Compact running Kitkat 4.4.2.

I can use all audio apps such as walkman, poweramp, YouTube etc. and also adjust the in-built equalizer
post #54 of 118
Any chance of a pic' or two to show how the Z1c pairs with the e18 physically?
post #55 of 118
It works as a dac with ipod touch 5g, but not a power supply
post #56 of 118

everything works with the samsung galaxy note 3. however i do get interference noise occasionally. 

post #57 of 118
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Originally Posted by Q Mass View Post

Any chance of a pic' or two to show how the Z1c pairs with the e18 physically?

This is how my z1compact connects with the E18. I am using the dk32 charging dock that keeps my phone held in landscape mode. The supplied micro.usb connector is bit big so that's why the dk32 is on top of a stack of post-it notes haha!! biggrin.gif
It is purely a desktop setup, I haven't tried it on the go



post #58 of 118
Thanks for posting those Tr1ppy.
Any chance you'd post one more pic with the phone on top
of the e18?
The e18 looks like it's a fair bit bigger than the phone, hopefully I'm wrong about this a I'd like to get them to use portable.
post #59 of 118
Quote:
Originally Posted by Q Mass View Post

Thanks for posting those Tr1ppy.
Any chance you'd post one more pic with the phone on top
of the e18?
The e18 looks like it's a fair bit bigger than the phone, hopefully I'm wrong about this a I'd like to get them to use portable.

No probs Q Mass. The phone is pretty much the same size as the E18. However the supplied micro usb otg cables are not long enough for the two devices to be connected as the micro usb port is on the upper left side of the phone, I guess Sony designed the phone to be used mostly in landscape mode as the dk32 dock has it.
If ur using it for portability and hence with the supplied rubber bands I guess u would need a slightly longer otg cable.



post #60 of 118
Good news tr1ppy!
Appreciate that dude.

It's gonna cost me a kidney but I think this represents the closest thing to my ideal portable rig that I've seen.

So....who needs a kidney?
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