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SONY NW-WM1Z / WM1A

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by leylandi, Jul 30, 2016.
  1. Macoleco
    What IEM do you recommend for the WM1A and in general? Budget: 500$ - 1k$
     
  2. Sylvestyeo
    Any tips for optimal burn in time if buying a used Wm1z?
     
  3. Redcarmoose
    You will notice a big change around 40 hours, after 200 hours they will be great, but continue to climb. Before 100, below quality of potential. IMO
     
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  4. blazinblazin
    Acoustune HS1650CU and HS1670SS is pretty good with WM1A if you like DD iem.
     
  5. blazinblazin
    Optimal burn in is 550hrs each for 3.5mm and 4.4mm.

    If you want to burn in 1 only. Recommend to burn in 4.4mm.
     
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  6. nc8000 Contributor
    When you get it you can go into settings and see how many hours it has already played but it will not show you how many were single ended and how many were balanced. Sony’s own recommendation is 200 hours per output
     
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  7. Duncan Moderator
    Personally I find great synergy with the RHA CL2, lovely rich warm tone... downside, they take a lot of experimentation with tips and cables to get right.
     
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  8. Quadfather
    Lotoo Paw Gold, and soon to release Lotoo Paw Touch. Their output is insane for a portable.
     
  9. Mrcojocaru
    NICE! Maybe someday I can get one of those. It's nice to not be tethered to a desk sometimes, even if it's just to my room. Battery life doesn't seem to be as good as sony players, but whos is
     
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  10. lmfboy01
    God I love them, but need to part ways!....and find a new home :smile_phones:
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  11. NiVrA
    Why???Upgrade?
     
  12. Dtuck90
    Does anybody have any idea why an album that begins with B would now have decided to move to the top of the list above albums above A?
     
  13. nc8000 Contributor
    Maybe because there is a blank before the B ?
     
  14. Dtuck90
    No nothing like that
     
  15. bitonio
    Are you sorting by Album Artist or Artist?
    Also, your metadata file may contain a Sort Order tag (or two):
    - Album Artist Sort Order
    - Artist Sort Order
     

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