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Superb review, very incisive and helpful.
Great, concise review! USB 3.0 is great but no coaxial is a letdown for me personally.
Thanks for the excellent review
Thank you mates. My pleasure.
what about compare to pono player?
[user=360403]@MikePortnoy[/user] : any comment about Bluetooth performance? Does it support apt-X? How about sound quality and soundstage difference using 3.5mm HO vs 2.5mm balanced HO? I would have expected some improvement using balanced wired output.
[user=172579]@jambul[/user] I haven't heard Pono player sorry.
[user=378311]@twister6[/user] I don't have a bluetooth earphone currently; I'll test it in following weeks most likely and I will update the bluetooth performance. All my balanced plugs are for 3.5mm. So, the review is based on 3.5mm phone out.
its a great dap, i wanted to buy a FiiO x3II but now i am waiting to buy the lotoo paw 5000.
Balanced 3.5mm? TRRS I think, for Hifiman 901 balanced card.
Thanks to an excellent review. Very helpful.
Nice review but I got a gut feeling I would like the DX90 over this Dap.
$600 is a game killer for me but I do like the balance out..
[user=430308]@rasecrs172[/user] Paw 5000 performs better than Fiio X3ii, but with double price.
[user=351788]@AmberOzL[/user] Yeah, my balanced (TRRS) plugs are for Hifiman balanced out as well as MA8/9.
[user=384644]@tishi755[/user] Thank you, my pleasure.
[user=363335]@solblack[/user] Thank you; well it is a matter of preference, but I prefer P5000's transparency to DX90's.
Great review. Thanks. Who wouldn't want to own something with a name like "Lotoo Paw." They had me at "Lotoo" lol.
Thanks mate. I actually prefer calling it ''P5000'' :)
Did you try turning the damping up to "high" with difficult IEMs? That is what was recommended to me. If I didn't, there wasn't enough volume with some.
Yes I tried it like you said. Surely it is enough for easy to drive IEMs (Legend etc) but unfortunately not for SA-43.