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Sony NWZ F887

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Hi All

 

I am thinking of buying  an F887 . Basically just buying it as an upgrade from my Cowon J3 .Is it any worth ?? Also can you please suggest a good pair of IEM for F887. Currently own a Brainwavz M2 . Any help would be appreciated.

 

Thanks :)

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Bump..Anyone pls ?

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I only have F806, I rate it better sounding than Cowon J3. If you're looking for an IEM (particularly for Sony walkmans) I highly recommend Dunu DN-1000 hybrid. They sound fantastic on the F806.
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Thanks H20Fidelity..:)

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Originally Posted by Pradeep A View Post
 

Hi All

 

I am thinking of buying  an F887 . Basically just buying it as an upgrade from my Cowon J3 .Is it any worth ?? Also can you please suggest a good pair of IEM for F887. Currently own a Brainwavz M2 . Any help would be appreciated.

 

Thanks :)

 

I have picked up the F887 and it's my first hi-fi DAP.  I have compared it with the AK100 and I would have to say that I prefer the AK100 in terms of sound quality, but the F887 is around half the price and I much prefer the larger screen and Android based UI, so depends on what you are looking for.  

 

In terms of IEM, I have the SE846 and overall it pairs well with the F887.

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Thanks.

 

Got the player two days back. Pretty happy with the sound quality ,though not satisfied with the battery life . How is urs playing up with reg to the battery life ?? And it gets hot if i use wifi ?? May be after few weeks of usage,the problems may diminish ?? 

 

Thanks

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Originally Posted by Pradeep A View Post

Thanks.

Got the player two days back. Pretty happy with the sound quality ,though not satisfied with the battery life . How is urs playing up with reg to the battery life ?? And it gets hot if i use wifi ?? May be after few weeks of usage,the problems may diminish ?? 

Thanks

I actually use the F887 in airplane mode to save battery, as I don't really need to use the WiFi functions as I usually have my phone with me. With the player in airplane mode the battery life is alright and still not great, and I didn't find the player to get hot.
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Thanks a lot for your inputs..:D

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