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Even better option for the Balanced Headphone-out: Mini-XLR !

 

agree'd but don't you need two of them? wait do you need two? hmm the HiRose is also fairly small... and it's tough as nails  and I actually have both connectors with me :3 [I have headphones with mini XLR connectors on one end and a full size XLR on the other

 

 

There is the hiRose 6pin next to the Mini XLR, I think both have poential and are good balanced out choices, I would ofc prefer the hiRose but well you know <3 

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post #242 of 814
We talk about the type of connectors before James said anything about balance...4/6 pin hirose and 4 pin iris are both good for portable use
post #243 of 814

Audio player that supports native DSD (Calyx M & AK240)
Common point is adopted ZMOS chip
And enables the native DSD playback via this chip.

Announces AK100II · AK120II
It does not support native DSD playback unfortunately.
Because it has not adopted a ZMOS chip.

Fiio X7 hope that it is a native DSD playback support.
 

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post #244 of 814
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Originally Posted by Baphomet Metal View Post
 

Audio player that supports native DSD (Calyx M & AK240)...

 

There is no real need of an extra chip. Even the SoC in X3 / X5 can do native DSD playback if they choose to use GPIO instead of I2S, plus a bit of programming of course.

 

Anyway, are you talking about XMOS? I never heard anything about a ZMOS chip with DSD playaback

post #245 of 814
I just want the x7😎...dont know what this DSD IS😌
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I just want the x7😎...dont know what this DSD IS😌

*kicks impaient person*

 

DSD is the newest craze in Ultra High Resultion play back 

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😅
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😅

English please lol 

post #249 of 814
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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post
 

 

There is no real need of an extra chip. Even the SoC in X3 / X5 can do native DSD playback if they choose to use GPIO instead of I2S, plus a bit of programming of course.

Thank you for reply.
I understand.

 

I hope the native DSD playback also X7.

 

 

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Please DELETE


Edited by Mython - 5/19/14 at 2:27pm
post #251 of 814
Mmmm moar chips😋
post #252 of 814

 

More chippppppppppppps!

post #253 of 814

I know some decisions have been made but I think manufactures should start thinking about making a hi fi dap a little differently then they have been. 

 

So many are aiming for all the nerd bells and whistles (no offense) but for me if a DAP has excellent sound quality, excellent usability,  small size, excellent memory expansion capabilities (2 x SD, excellent battery life and perhaps most important outside SQ, excellent durability, I will spend good money on it. 

 

If I were a DAP maker I'd focus on that, especially durability. I think more people would be willing to pay big money for a DAP if they knew it could last close to as long as their home stereo. 

 

I'm not spending $700 on a DAP that lasts 2 years and will be a headache to use during those years - I will on a DAP that last 7 years and performs flawlessly. 

post #254 of 814
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

agree'd but don't you need two of them? wait do you need two? hmm the HiRose is also fairly small... and it's tough as nails  and I actually have both connectors with me :3 [I have headphones with mini XLR connectors on one end and a full size XLR on the other

 

There is the hiRose 6pin next to the Mini XLR, I think both have poential and are good balanced out choices, I would ofc prefer the hiRose but well you know <3 

It should be a good thing, jack connectors are free in rotation.

It can move in rotation when you walk causing some sonic scratches.

 

(perhaps sonic scratches are considered as good for someone's by FIIO)


Edited by Silverprout - 5/18/14 at 8:36am
post #255 of 814

Here, more chips!

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