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DX200=Affordable High End Audio. Dual ES9028Pro dacs. AMP1, AMP3, AMP5, AMP7 & AMP8 ***Firmware support now up for AMP9***

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by paul - ibasso, Dec 17, 2015.
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  1. Crazypaladin
    Paul, any chance the bundled leather case will be sold as an accessories? I am fond of nice looking leather case and would like to change mine once it's worn out! Any price indication will be good too!
     
  2. audiocool
    I was planning to buy X5 3rd gen but decided to wait for the DX200, Hope its worth the wait.  Any comparisons with the QP1R? 
     
  3. csglinux
     
    Both are very resolving. (I prefer either of them to the AK320/380.) The DX200 has a lower noise floor than the QP1R with sensitive IEMs. The volume-control knob on the QP1R is much easier to access and turn than that on the DX200. The QP1R's scroll wheel can be awkward until you install that urethane film (those films are being supplied free to QP1R owners these days). Both have USB DAC functionality. Neither let you install Google Play store apps, however, maybe one day...
     
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  4. Mimouille
    He is talking about highs only on this.
     
  5. twister6 Contributor
     
    You can easily side-load many Android apps (I talked about it HERE), and Paul indicated iBasso is working to allow installation of Google Play store to accommodate paid apps.  QP1R is not an Android DAP, so it's not capable to support apps, and never will.  QP1R actually has a similar firmware and GUI as non-android FiiO and Cayin daps (made by the same people).
     
  6. Bastianpp
     
     
     
    I like more review with more ''Organized'' like:
    bass:
    mid:
    high:
    soundstage:
    Is my favorite formate but it's okay.. thanks for all.
     
  7. csglinux

    I would respectfully refer you back to the little cartoon at the end of my post.
     
  8. Mimouille
    This is exactly what he is doing:
     
    Signature
    Filters
    Bass
    Medium
    Highs
    Amplification and stage
     
  9. warrior1975
    Should have been:

    Signature
    Bass
    Amplification and stage
    Filters

    All the rest after. :wink:
     
  10. Hawaiibadboy Contributor
    I got a full review of this device coming up soon.
    I hope my re cabled ma-900 in balanced come in before I finish it up
     
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  11. audiocool
    Thanks for the input. Though I would love a more detailed comparison between the two. I have a qp1r and already placed an order for dx200. It seems that in terms of UI/features dx200 is miles ahead. Sound quality is really a toss-up I guess
     
  12. ExpatinJapan
    [​IMG]

    My reviews about ready to go.

    I want to include the next firmware update in the review, so will post it up then.

    In the meantime doing some cable comparisons
     
  13. headwhacker
    I have dusted off my AK320 just to give it a shot in comparison with DX200 using my new Fitear 333. DX200 has a very tight and controlled bass while AK320 sound a bit loose. Also very noticeable from my impression is that DX200 has better detail definition than AK320 which gives DX200 better imaging and element separation within the soundstage. I only listened to "Back in Black" by AC/DC and "Get Lucky" by Daft Punk.
     
    The difference is more obvious with AC/DC than Daft Punk's. AK320 will definitely with the beauty pageant contest between the 2 but DX200 to me will win the talent portion especially if it's singing [​IMG]
     
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  14. CracKinGDucK
    I understand what you mean but dx200 really brightens my 846. I was using my a12 for most times but it feels amazing to listen my 846 again. It never sounds this good before.
     
  15. CracKinGDucK
    Also phantom touch issue is just a problem with sweaty hands and bad screen protector. It's sad everyone think the device is faulty.

    Don't you guys try it on your phone before?
     
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