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Best Smartphone for audiophile Part II (Updated: Mar 2019)

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by artpiggo, Jun 19, 2017.
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  1. nort ycagel
    If you can get a note 9 for that price then you should do it without too much thinking.
    You should really try s9 / note 9 by yourself. They are good enough for low impedance.
    V30 / V30+ is a good phone pretty much only SQ wise. Can't recommend it for anything else.

    If your pc got a type C port then I suggest to buy the apple type C dongle for 10 eur and try it with your gear. It got quite the incredible measurements and unless you need to drive really high impedance it might be loud enough.
    I consider most of the stuff in this thread to be audiophile BS, I can only suggest to try the stuff yourself.
     
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  2. GermanDrifter97
    Those are some harsh words at the end, but thanks for the suggestion anyway.
     
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  3. TheUnknow
    Like every smartphone running Oreo ?

    I mean , if you are talking about Bluetooth , you can connect any phone running Oreo with the Fiio BTR3 and you'll have the same result.
     
  4. civciv
    You misunderstood the point. I was comparing the BTR3 with the Note9's headphone output.
     
  5. TheUnknow
    Ah ok , my bad
     
  6. larry piencenaves
    hey fellas, can you pls help me decide,

    leEco le max 2 vs. meizu pro 7s or should i go straight to lg v30 instead?, right now im using asus zenfone go which has already a good built in dac but i dont know what dac theyre using on it, i can only say its on par with my zishan z3+burson v5id but with better sub bass, lesser depth. im torn whether to try the xduoo x20 or get a new phone.

    edit: just realized le max have no 3.5mm jack oof
     
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  7. artpiggo
    Lg v30
     
  8. larry piencenaves

    been reading some comments about the best phone for audio, vivo x5 max and lenovo vibe x3 came up.
     
  9. artpiggo
    Phone spec outdated already.
     
  10. larry piencenaves
    So what would be the better choice right now? planning to get the meizu pro 6 plus or is there any better alternative?
     
  11. Danjen22
    Hopefully someone in here can help me. I have an LG G6 h870ds with the quad DAC and ESS Sabre Chip. As a phone it just wasn’t up to the job so I have gone back to iPhone as they just work, but i’m not happy with the sound from it. Just wondered if something like the Dragonfly red or black would be much of an upgrade in sound from the LG? If not then i’ll Probably keep the LG as a DAP.

    Thanks
     
  12. Arislp

    I think dragonfly red has the same chip as the lg g6 although not sure. I would keep the g6 cause I don't think you will see much difference. It's better to keep your money and invest in the future in Serious dap as I want to do. I have the shanling m0 and it's great. I wanted to buy the g7 but I don't think it's worth it. So I'm collecting money to buy something more powerful in the future.
     
  13. artpiggo
    Depend on what brand is selling in your country.
     
  14. janx
    Hello all,

    I would like to get a phone with a good DAC very soon and I would like to know if anyone of you has an idea in the meantime if the Meizu 16th has a DAC and also which one is used. I read somewhere that the 16th has an amp and the 16th plus an amp+DAC, but I could not find any source not the type of DAC.
    Also, is there any Xiaomi phone with a DAC or does any Oneplus have a dedicated DAC?

    Thanks a lot :)
    Jan
     
  15. SergeSE
    Audio quality of OnePlus 6 is in line with top smartphones, including Apple iPhones. They all sound similar, at least with 32 Ohm headphones.

    Details of objective music-based audio measurements are on this df-slide:

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