Still in "just thoughts" phase about this. Sometimes I wonder if I should have a DAP with a large storage capacity, for listening to music with IEMs when I'm out, or, when I'm at home, with full-size cans or connecting it to my hi-fi system (hey, I am still, and I will be, more fond of physical media -and this is a topic that goes well beyond audio equipment-, but I admit that my lossless audio file collection exists, and it's growing). Recently I've bought my first USB DAC (a Graham Slee Bitzie) and I could connect it to a smartphone, but, besides the fact that Android OS running on my current phone is too old to be compatible with USB audio, I've got the feeling that I wouldn't like the idea of having my music on a device that I already use for calling and for computer-like stuff (that is true, to a lesser degree, for my PC, too); also, while the Bitzie is truly portable, I don't like having it in pockets when I'm around.
So, what DAPs offers large storage capacity, FLAC support, good headphone output sound quality and battery life, but also the ability to drive high impedance headphones (I have a pair of Sennheiser HD 600), and/or to be connected to an USB DAC?
Edited by sbregudal - 4/14/15 at 3:40pm