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  1. myusernameislove

    Reply to review by 'myusernameislove' on item 'Audio-Technica AT-PHA55BT Bluetooth Headphone Amplifier'

    Guys, Shanling M0 sounds better. More neutral. Much less dark.
  2. myusernameislove

    Reply to review by 'myusernameislove' on item 'Shanling M0'

    Shanling said in M0 thread, that they plan to add simultaneous use of BT receiver and USB transport in future update. So it may be Messiah after all.
  3. myusernameislove

    Reply to review by 'myusernameislove' on item 'Shanling M0'

    Unfortunatelly it does not support BT Receiver mode (LDAC) simultaneously with sound transport via USB to external DAC. That is key feature for me. Hopefully some more advanced product or firmware update solves this issue. I wanted to enable my portable DAC (Chord Mojo) with LDAC BT receiver...
  4. myusernameislove

    Reply to review by 'myusernameislove' on item 'Nexum AQUA+'

    Pitty it does not support 2 major codecs: AptxHD and LDAC. It is not the most advanced Bluetooth DAC, because there are already available Bluetooth DACs that support these more advanced codecs. What I percieve as characteristics of most advanced Bluetooth DAC: BT5, LDAC, dedicated chip...
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    Comment by 'myusernameislove' in item 'Acoustune HS1551 CU'

    I got HS1551CU as well. I tried to replace stock copper cable with cheap silver plated copper cable FiiO RC-SE1. The difference is very apparent - much less bass, much more upper mids and treble, and also much less warm tone (pretty neutral tone), and more clarity. I miss the warm tone of stock...
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    Review by 'myusernameislove' on item 'Audio-Technica AT-PHA55BT Bluetooth Headphone Amplifier'

    Today we will praise this little toy that lets you listen to your favorite music from Android 8 Oreo smartphone using highly advanced (Sony proprietary) LDAC Bluetooth lossy codec, that is supposed to transfer 16bit 44.1kHz audio in a lossless manner, and HiRes audio with a slight quality loss...
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