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Love that colour. Please post some pics when possible.
Observe (thumbnails, so click for bigger pictures):
Very nice. Ocean blue, my daughter called it when I showed her a photo. My wife is recommending I choose yellow, so I can find it easily when I misplace it.
Again, the included screen protector? Glass or plastic? Shiny or matte?
Heyo the included screen protector is just shiny plastic Nothing fancy here
i'm actually trying to get the remote and a glass protector
Honestly, I don't recommend it. I bought a glass screen protector and it just doesn't cleanly seat on the matte finish of the display. Took it off and haven't looked back.
I agree, so far no glass screen protectors are aceptable, just go for a matt PET one from ebay or amazon, only a few $$$.
The remote is ok, only if you intend to a desktop setup, on the move isnt needed, i have the remote and its in my backpac, it dosen't leave it much.
Bumping Ben's question cuz I am asking the same.
Yes, no issues.
If anyone is interested I have a Peterek 4.4 balanced cable for Sony mar ex 1000 or ex800 mdr7550
This is the first Sony player I've heard that sounds truely neutral out of the box. Very impressed so far. Now to begin the burn-in process!
May I ask are u using the balanced out or the 3.5mm?
I just don`t get this 'burn in' process.
Yes, I get what it means and all that but 200 hours???? If I didn`t leave it running all night I`d never reach 200 hours of 'actual' playing time
Just gradually burn it whiles using it, it's not the end of the world if you don't burn into it at a fast pace, I only reached about 187 hrs, and I purchased it near the release date back in October i think.
Isn't there a setting on the ZX300 to just turn off volume limiting? That's what Sony told me on Amazon. They sent me a link to the page in the manual.
Maybe it's not as effective as the method you guys used here, though.
P.S. Still not quite made my mind up to buy it. The volume-cap thing being an issue. (I thought about buying a ZX300 from Amazon (USA), to avoid the EU volume cap. However the cost is £200 more expensive than in the UK.)