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Obscure Chinese DAPs

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by pekingduck, May 26, 2014.
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  1. NotKunvinced
    Has anyone reviewed the f.Audio FA2 yet?

    What are its pros and cons?
  2. jj69
    H2 sounds excellent. I would never change firmware because I doubt the Aigo firmware supports gapless

    Never heard the Cayin.
  3. hiroshi976
    with which dap did you evaluate/tested/preferred it?
    how many hours of playback with a recharge?
    Support hibylink?
    Thank you.
  4. RikudouGoku
    HI Right now I am using my LG G7 as my Phone and my "DAP" But i want to move up, especially since my next phone probably wont have a 3,5 mm jack so i am preparing in advance.

    Is the Shanling m0,m2x or the Hidizs ap80 worth it?
    I want something that has better sound quality and the ability to tune the sound to how I like it ( Custom EQ).
    the m2x seems to be the biggest upgrade because the other 2 have the same Dac as the LG G7.

  5. actorlife
    Check out the cayin n3 thread on here. It really is a top notch player. Reviews on YouTube and multiple reviews just Google. The SQ reminds me of my Cowon X5/X7.
    hqssui, groucho69 and mbwilson111 like this.
  6. moisespr123
    Update on the Tempotec V1-A: I got a shure "travel kit" that has a 3.5mm volume control adapter and it works great! So now, I can use my Hidizs MS4 having the Tempotec V1-A at 1% of its audio output and use the shure adapter to lower the volume shall it be too high (This is track-dependent).

    This adapter does not have the audio quality reduction that I've been having with the IFI Ear Buddy, and I suspect the battery life of the Tempotec will be higher since I don't have to up the volume anymore.

    Now, I can truly feel the power and amazing sound of the AK4377ECB DAC this Tempotec has. Sounds wonderful!
  7. silverfishla
    The Tempotec V1 and V1A have a firmware update 1.2 but only accessible through Windows..in a weird process.
  8. GuywhoLikesHIFI
    I'm a big fan of the AP80, and everyone who ive seen who has it and any of the others on your list says the sq of the AP80 is better.
    MSEB allows you to customise the sound a ton, great feature.
    they also finally released the FW to fix the hissing problem with dsd files it use to have.
    Ive had my orginial one from kickstarter when it first launched for ages, and bought another for a friend.
    A lot of people can't get past how bad their customer service was, (shipping times for kickstarters was delayed quite a bit with no communication) and they took ages to fix the dsd hiss, but the software is great and the product is the best value from what ive seen.
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  9. lior777

    anyone try the new f.audio xs03?
    KarmaPhala and NotKunvinced like this.
  10. RikudouGoku
    Is it better than the shanling m2x? Because shanling m0 and hidizs ap80 has the same dac as the lg g7 I'm afraid it wont be much of a difference.
  11. Blazer39
    same DAC doesn't mean it will sound the same, every manufacture do their own tuning...however might have slight similarities.
    m2x will sound most different i think from the rest, because it has analog type design, and more power.
  12. dogtagkz
    Hi all,

    I have walnut v2s that goes thru nx1s. I also hook the nx1s.

    I'm planning to purchase another dap, nothing expensive, but what would be considered a worthy upgrade from the current devices that i have?

    I am currently inclined towards Temptec V1-A.

    Please help.

    Thank you all!
  13. tiamor988
    Never thought there were great DAP at cheap price until I found this thread. Interested with Aigo Z6 Pro. Is it good?
  14. RikudouGoku
    Is the Hiby R3 good?
  15. HungryPanda
    I gave the Hiby R3 and use it a lot. Great little dap
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