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That said, I'd be pretty surprised if Questyle wasn't working on a player with a touch interface and 4.4mm output. I'd guess their next portable will have ceramic boards too. We'll see. This is just speculation on my part. I have no insider info, nor would I reveal it if I did.
Personally, I'd be surprised if the next QP used a 4.4 mm output. Assuming they stick with their existing amplification scheme, the addition of a 4.4 mm socket would change the device's form factor, affecting compatibility with HB2 & SHB2.
 
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Just listen. The Miter case muffles the QP2R. Experiment with magnets around your DAP, headphones & cables and learn.
On headphones, yeah it may have effect, but DAP like qp2r? Please, .. unless you show an evidence.
 
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What is the price of it now?Ive seen on amazon that it its price about 899 but on other site its 1299?what is the exact pricing?
Has anyone compared the SQ of the iBasso DX 200 with high numbeted amp modules (8) with either QP1R models yet? I have a QP1R and it is a keeper but also need a DAP that streams for TIDAL or Quboz yet still has optical out to feed the CHORD DAVE at home as a source with touch screen interface. With a long list of albums/artists, the scrolling list takes longer and longer to find selections making play lists a must. The iBasso with amp 8 has had excellent reviews and may be a better upgrade even if lateral to the QP1R.
 
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1. Questyle lets distributors handle customer communication. You can talk to someone local who speaks your language, rather than someone in China with limited English. This seems a sensible way to do things, in my opinion. They should probably redirect on their website.
As a manufacturer, that's what we'd suggest as well. Distributors/resellers handle local cases, or at least they should.
 
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On headphones, yeah it may have effect, but DAP like qp2r? Please, .. unless you show an evidence.
Evidence? I was listening to the QP2R while inserting it into the Miter case. The sound went to "Bose". Removing the case removed the "Bose". Combinations of hand grip on the QP2R could not reproduce the effect, dampening was not the problem. Magnets, whether on the Miter case or others I have played with do it.

There is no magnetic shielding on the QP2R. Think about it.
 
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