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Hifiman SuperMini -- A New DAP

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by teamhifiman, Aug 16, 2016.
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  1. TeamHiFiMAN
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    We are proud to announce that the SuperMini is now available for the global market.  
     
    HIFIMAN has long been recognized as having the best-sounding portable players on the market. After all, we invented the high-res portable player long before others even thought about it.
     
    Along comes the SuperMini, the ideal portable player for music lovers on the go. The SuperMini combines light weight (2.4 oz) and compact size with remarkable performance. The player's robust output will drive all but the most power hungry headphones and despite its compact chassis, it features normal and balanced outputs. And to make sure you can enjoy your tunes for a very long time, the SuperMini boasts an amazing battery life of 22 hours.
     
    In addition to offering best-in-class sound quality, the SuperMini accepts a wide array of audio formats, is expandable and easy to operate.
     
    Housed in a stylish, lightweight chassis, the SuperMini is available now with a MSRP of $399 U.S.
     
     
     
    HIFIMAN Team
     
     
    Product images:
     
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    HiFiMAN Innovating the art of listening. Stay updated on HiFiMAN at their sponsor page on Head-Fi.
     
    http://hifiman.com
  2. TeamHiFiMAN
    Some other features of SuperMini:
     
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    HiFiMAN Innovating the art of listening. Stay updated on HiFiMAN at their sponsor page on Head-Fi.
     
    http://hifiman.com
  3. sledgeharvy
    Sounds very interesting!
     
  4. proedros
    is there an internal storage ? 
     
  5. TeamHiFiMAN
     
    Thank you for your question.
     
    We feel sorry that you need to buy the TF card for Supermini.
     
    Supermini can support 256G at max.
     
    HiFiMAN Innovating the art of listening. Stay updated on HiFiMAN at their sponsor page on Head-Fi.
     
    http://hifiman.com
  6. woof37
    Fang, is there an early adopter/Head-Fi special for your little beast?  
     
  7. John2e Contributor
    Balanced HP out too  
     
  8. awayeah
    Please specify what kind of IEMs are included. They look like RE600, a little like black RE400 and just released new RE600 but nobody seems to know what they really are,
    I asked Hifiman support twice but they didn't know either!
     
  9. hqssui
    Interesting, subbed ...
     
  10. TeamHiFiMAN
    Please wait for a while,
    Now the IEM's name is still under discussion, but we can tell you that it is a balanced earphone.
    It has gain a lot of praise in Chinese audio forum, and some net friends calls it "xiao hei" (in English it means mini black).
    We will give you a good answer later.
     
    HiFiMAN Innovating the art of listening. Stay updated on HiFiMAN at their sponsor page on Head-Fi.
     
    http://hifiman.com
  11. TeamHiFiMAN
     
    I will forward your request to Dr. Fang.
    Maybe this is a good idea.
     
    HiFiMAN Innovating the art of listening. Stay updated on HiFiMAN at their sponsor page on Head-Fi.
     
    http://hifiman.com
  12. TeamHiFiMAN
    If you have any questions, feel free to ask me.
     
    HiFiMAN Innovating the art of listening. Stay updated on HiFiMAN at their sponsor page on Head-Fi.
     
    http://hifiman.com
  13. xuan87
     
    What UI are you using on the Supermini? My main concern is not the sound quality/performance of the DAP, but the UI. 
     
  14. doublea71
    The X1, X3, and X5 are Fiio products.
     
  15. TeamHiFiMAN
     
    Our SuperMini UI system is designed by a perfect team from Carnegie Mellon University.
    The feature of it is concise, decent, clear and easy to look (due to the increasing line space).
    Fiio is also very good. But I hope you can take a Supermini.
    You will love such small guy.
     
    HiFiMAN Innovating the art of listening. Stay updated on HiFiMAN at their sponsor page on Head-Fi.
     
    http://hifiman.com
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