Originally Posted by musicday
What are beat sounding closed headphones for Tera.Some say that ATH 11 Ltd ..
I wont claim they're the best as I've not heard lots of the closed headphones recommended round these parts but for a nice bassy combo I like my Ultrasone Pro 750 straight out of the Tera.
On the other hand I really don't like my Denons or the ATH-M50 I tried at a meet with it.
Originally Posted by Mshenay
I won't complain that is only plays wav, after all software is a restriction that we place on hard ware, my only question is what's the storage size? How am I storing all of those files, and two is it JUST a dac... does it have an amp section or do I need to feed it into a dac. I mean if it has an amp dac built in... I wonder can it power picky cans like the HD 800 or the T1? But that's not as important any more, seeing that cans like the new HE 560 and LCD X are easier to drive
so back to my orignal question STORAGE?
The Tera has volume control and is designed to drive headphones without a separate amp (a DAP without a DAC would just be a transport - people here want one, none exist) but it's not very powerful so best you stick to easy to drive ones.
Storage is by full size SD card (or micro + adapter), 128gb formatted to FAT32 has been tested and works fine though old Teras have issues with the newest, fastest cards. You can have a maximum of 128 first level folders (supposed to be for artists) and in each of them 128 folders (supposed to be for albums) and 128 songs per "album" which is way more than you'll fit on 128gb especially as WAVs are big.
One other thing to note is either you play all songs on random or you play a single "album" on repeat - there are no other options.