mpio fy500
Apr 1, 2006 at 7:43 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 2

sayrum

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this is gona be it i think!
my first dap
enough searching and rummaging through the vast expanses of cyber space...
small, light, durable, fm, exchangable battery etc
[size=x-small]good sq?[/size]hopefully!
[size=small]does it also implement the 24 bit wolfson dac (like the mpio one)???
anybody know more about that?[/size]


next week i'll order it.

greetz,
daniel
 
Apr 1, 2006 at 4:19 PM Post #2 of 2

sgrossklass

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Check whether it supports the USB mass storage interface. A player that can only be "fueled" by media player software could become unusable with a future operating system and no more software support (it is already difficult to use some Compaq players under WinXP - they used to be supported by a driver provided by Rio, but Rio is a thing of the past and so is the download). Another player that should meet your criteria is the Cowon iAudio 5. You could also try one of the Maxfield G-Flash players (no idea 'bout quality though), a Creative Zen Nano (Plus or not), or a Samsung YP-MT6*. These all use AA or AAA batteries and should be based on Sigmatel STMP35xx chips (and I can't complain about SQ on my STMP3520 based iAudio G3).
 

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