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Bug discovered LOL, play all songs amd if you have up to 9,999 tracks it displays fine current track/9999... unless you have more tan that like f.e 10K it will display current track/----
Well...I probably did not leave it alone . But, yeah, good call, it "appears" to be the power line
one possibilty could be Japan / Asia is not fancy about wifi stream yet. It is a wise choice for Sony not to include wifi module to not increase the price of the player furthermore.
Dear Headfiers, is the WM1z working well with 10 to 20 ohms custom IEMs? Thanks
I rather it was wifi instead of NFC....very useless to me
I rather it was KFC than NFC!
For those who have the WM1A, can you shed some light on what type of music is best played, I intend to purchased the WM1A during my visit to Japan in December, but was told I should consider the AK70 or opus, the type of music I listen the most are slow, female vocal, ballad and mainly korean OST.
I have mine on direct all the time and play anything from classical to rock pop dance and more sound good to me on everything not tried country and western not that keen on songs of divorce and dead dogs.
slow, female vocal, ballad ?
Go for the WM1Z
Definitely WM1Z !!!
Everything is good with Wm1z
WiFi adds internal EMI interference due to its power output requirements (unlike Bluetooth which is very low powered), plus if you want access to Hi Res content the largest collection to those is via download and not streaming in Japan. So not including WiFi was the more logical choice.
Agree that NFC is quite useless. They did it just for their own eco, but there is literally no wireless headphone that worth to pair with wm series.
Disagree, both MDR1000X and the Sony LDAC MUC-M2BT1 Bluetooth cable pairs extremely well even with the WM1Z, it's about 90% performance of a wired connection with those phones and accessories. I can use the Bluetooth cable with my MMCX IEMs and they sound awesome.