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Review - AGPTEK Lossless MP3 Player

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by peddler, Apr 24, 2016.
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  1. ilmothedude
    I'm surprised how good my 250ohm Beyerdynamic DT150 sounds directly from AGPTEK IMP. Volume is at 18 from 50 on my preferred listening volume.
     
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  2. funkymartyn
    Yes the above player in the same, except we have the internal 16gb memory... does this make this player any the worse ?.. I just don't know ...... Anyway up to now I have had no trouble with this player, I tried a smaller sd card from my other player to try it out....And everything was ok.... sounds, volume, ease of use...etc......
    Then today I put a load of Miles Davis cds from my lap top copied on normal windows media..... about 100 ...... The only bad thing is how they come out in a sort of order, not easy to find the lps or tracks...going to internal folder, and looking down the list of LPs , Some you can find easy.... but when you play them...the LP plays in a different order to the real cd, etc.... but I can live with it.
    The other thing , not so good is..... The complete miles live at say a venue, then followed by miles live at another venue.... Both  starting with  . The Complete,  etc... Are bunched together.... so all the 28 CDs are now in one folder    etc.... which is a great shame...... Still the sound, and quality still seem very good for £60 + card......
     
  3. funkymartyn

    Compared to my sansa clips, and zips...... this is far better player.....for not that much more cash..... But I still like my Sony mp3 players..... Shame they now cost loads more.
     
  4. Sulbh
    Thanks for comparison do you think imp has enough power to drive 50 ohm headphones to high volume I listen to very high volume?
     
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  5. Sulbh
     

    Do you think IMP is as loud as clip plus?
     
  6. Sulbh

    Strange one reviewer on amazon said it is not loud enough for him.
     
  7. funkymartyn
    If I was going to use my 300  ohm headphones  and if they was;nt loud enough I would just put my  topping NX1  or my Fiio  amp into use.      But for my Grado  sr 225,  or sr 60,  or any in ear buds ... this player is ok
     
  8. ilmothedude

    Definitely. I tested Koss Portapros which are 60ohm and imp can drive them very loud. Beyerdynamic DT150 (250ohm), Hifiman HE-400 (44ohm) and Shure SRH1440 (37ohm), all are full sized headphones and are loud enough. I even tried old vintage headphones, Sennheiser HD 424 which are huge 2000 ohm and volume levels went way above my listening levels. So definitely imp amp is quite capable.
     
     
    Very strange indeed...
     
  9. funkymartyn
    Just found another name on the web for this player.. the AIGO   Z1..... ??....... so looks like at least 3 companys are bringing this out ,
     
  10. Sulbh

    How much did you pay for it?
     
  11. ilmothedude
    78€ including shipping, from Germany Amazon.
     
  12. funkymartyn

    £60  Amazon uk  + micro sd card......free postage.
     
    Loads up very quick. After sticking on lots of cds , Takes a matter of seconds to update player....super quick.
     
  13. ilmothedude

    Nice, I currently use my old 32gb card from my Colorfly C3.
     
  14. funkymartyn
    Just a shame about finding stuff, folders etc...not easy.... but for the cash ill survive  , mght still pick up a  Fiio M3 too........lol
     
  15. ilmothedude
    I don't have any problems, I use only folder mode when navigating my music library. In Colorfly C3 that was only way and I made folder system where navigating and searching is easy and fast. It's even way easier on imp because of bigger screen. Check out C3s screen size, it's very small.
     
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