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Radsone EarStudio ES100

Discussion in 'Portable Headphone Amps' started by m4rkw, Dec 12, 2017.
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  1. RadarJammer
    BTW, a "Bluetooth integrated amp" for stationary home use is not competitive any more with the streaming services over WiFi. Connecting a Chromecast Audio via optical cable to an amp ( or a regular Chromecast via HDMI to a AV receiver for audio output) offers more range and higher quality.
     
  2. stormers
    I can't hear any difference myself. What's your impression between them?
     
  3. Cevisi
    Ldac has better resolution and more punch compared aptx sounds for me fuzzy and lifeless maybe becouse i am prerty young and can notice smallest differences
     
  4. CactusPete23
    Are you using aptx or aptx-hd ? For me the HD version is near/same as LDAC.
    For sure younger ears can still hear highest frequencies.
     
  5. Cevisi
    Used to try it now but cant activatet aptx hd it goes automatic too sbc
     
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  6. LTDJ
    Thanks very much, appreciated.
     
  7. twiceboss
    I have a question, how's the soundstage with es100?
     
  8. skeptical
    It isn't as wide and deep as out of v30. I'd say 15% less, noticed it right away but es100 has definitely more power and drives iems louder.
     
  9. twiceboss
    Oh ****... I want a wide sounstage. Should i just get v30 used then? Or xdsd?
     
  10. skeptical
    I don't know about xdsd but as to v30 it doesn't have the widest soundstage either. For instance my jvc fx750 which is opened back and is considered top tier soundstage iem, sound way better from my laptop than v30 but despite that I still listen the most of the time to es100 because of convenience on the go.
     
  11. twiceboss
    True, convinience will change the game. Thats why i take both es100 and xdsd to try out
     
  12. pstickne
    And this is why I roll my eyes at "Hi-Fi".

    Who cares if "true high-resolution" earphones "reproduce" up to to 40kHz? That's a 'bigger is better' marketing number like e-stats claiming 100kHz. The only 'measurement' of value is the quality of reproduction within human auditory ranges - which is less than half of that for an adult.

    (Anyway, my ES100 broke after a month: started dropping connections, stopped charging. I don't miss it at all, but I do wish that I could at least give it to someone and not feel guily..)
     
    Last edited: Jun 10, 2019
  13. smorgar
    That hurts my hifi heart. But within a month, then you definitely are within warranty. Get a new one. Mine is running fine since day one after the indegogo campain just a bit of degradation of the battery.

    On another topic im suuuper interested in the ES200. I hope it will have as good or better app/tool to control it than the ES100. Im eager to read about it and hopefully put it in my 2.0 system at home :)
     
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  14. maniac2003
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  15. twiceboss
    Does es100 play MQA on Tidal? Android user
     
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