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SONY NW-WM1Z / WM1A

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by leylandi, Jul 30, 2016.
  1. szore
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  2. Vitaly2017
    Get the G4! )
     
  3. szore
    Yup!
     
  4. iron2k
    what are the differences?
     
  5. szore
    Cable termination 2.5 vs 4.4
     
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  6. gerelmx1986
    Sony states 250mW per channel in Balanced and 60mW for the SE , but this is high gain. Anyone know or has measured the power output for Low gain?
    That question has been itching me since I got my IER-Z1R
     
  7. hamhamhamsta
    I think low gain is 60 mW
     
  8. LegionWolf
    Interested to hear feedback
     
  9. phonomat
    Just put the guitar against the speaker.
     
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  10. Pablovi
    Yeah, it does that every time you switch from HR to regular FLAC or MP3. I just came here looking for it, because I was scared my unit was defective.
     
  11. nc8000 Contributor
    the click is the relays and happens when switching between the x44khz and the x48khz clocks
     
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  12. denis1976
    Hello does anyone have the 3.01 firmware to download?
    Thank you
     
  13. nc8000 Contributor
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  14. denis1976
  15. Pablovi
    Does anyone here uses their WM1A as a digital transport? What happens to DSD .dsf files when you output through USB to a DAC?

    I’m wondering because I’m building up my library, and converting SACD iso to .DSF but if I won’t be able to output it, I might just convert them to FLAC 24 bit instead.
     

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