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Radsone EarStudio ES100

Discussion in 'Portable Headphone Amps' started by m4rkw, Dec 12, 2017.
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  1. docentore
    I cannot see that ES100 wouldnt be able to drive any IEMs I can see that ES100 is able to drive any IEM's. It should be able to push 0.2W into 16Ohms - that is a lot of power.
    Last edited: Aug 25, 2019
  2. HungryPanda
    invalid statement as I have many iems and it drives everyone I have tried balanced or single ended
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  3. docentore
    Sorry, did you just say that all IEMs that you have you tried with ES100 with ease?

    Why my statement is invalid then if I basically said same?
    Last edited: Aug 25, 2019
  4. rkw
    Yeah, looks like he misread your post and actually agrees with you. :)

    However, in the case of Tin Audio P1, it is a planar magnetic IEM that actually does need as much power as an inefficient full size headphone.
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  5. docentore
    I've edited my post since your reply so there is no more confusion.
    EDIT: Actually edited my first post as it was pointed to me that double-negative concept of confirming something is not widely understood and might have confused HP and others. Sorry (but not really sorry) :)

    As for the ES100/planar magnetic headphones - I have just tested my ES100 with Thieaudio Phantoms. While I can hear it lacks a bit of dynamics, the ES100 can drive it at quite ok volume levels. And it has 101mm planar driver.
    Last edited: Aug 25, 2019
  6. tracyca
    My units battery is already bad after buying in May. It is only lasting 3 hours at best. Contacted radsone about issue. Waiting for a response. I really like the es100.
  7. Cevisi
    I used it whit the battery care mode 1-5 hours a day since feburar this year a d did not even notice any change on the battery last

    I took it every time from the cable when its fully loaded and just charged it when its nearly empty
    Last edited: Aug 25, 2019
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  8. tracyca
    My unit battery went faulty around 3 weeks ago. It use to last 6-8 hours running Ldac on my s10+. As of today after a full charge it last 3 hours before it completely drains.
  9. HungryPanda
    My apologies I did in fact misread your post
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  10. docentore
    It's all good, good spirit explained in the pm where the confusion was :)
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  11. Slater
    I had a chance to play with the DCT setting. Whoever said it sounds better with DCT off is right. I definitely like it better with DCT set to OFF.

    Thanks to whoever recommended it :)
  12. Lurk650
    Yeah I forget who said it but I think I was the first to agree with him haha
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  13. HeadphoneFrozoneCalzone
    Just got this little bugger last week. Software and app support is top notch. im treble sensitive and its definitely smoothed out the hd58x's treble for me (less piercing/vocals are less harsh). its pretty almost perfect except that im getting around ~350ms audio lag when using youtube/vlc (I can fix it manually on vlc). I still get the same lag even if my buffer length is at 0, 1, 3, 5, 7, 10. What is interesting to note though is that for the first minute or so there is no lag then after that the lag gradually increases over the next minute until its ~350ms behind the video.

    also is there a case/sleeve for this? I'd surgically implant this thing into my chest like Tony stark if I could to protect it since I use it almost all day.
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  14. subwoof3r
    I think it was me :D
  15. Lurk650
    What was your source for the 58x before this?
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