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Open it already!
Ha ha, I've got it for a week already but haven't had the time to open it yet. Work has been a mess lately and we're finalizing our new kitchen. As soon as the kitchen is done it will be a VERY long time before I do some project in the house again
Hopefully I'll get the time to open it tonight or tomorrow....
Edit: This is what our living room looks like now so unpacking anything would have fatal conservative for me ha ha:
Edit 2: of course the picture comes out at the start of the post, this new site really is a mess. I hope they're able to get things back on track soon because I really find it to be a hassle to use it the way it's now. From the look of the activity on the site these days I'm not alone......
Damn that's some sweet box!
Saw this little dude out on a walk today. Looks pretty content
That's awesome Where did you find it? It looks more content than many TOTL headphone owners out there, haha
My iFi iTube2 video review is now live. What an excellent little critter! thank you for the opportunity, @iFi audio !
Haha, nice one. Was in a little pond in a local park here in London (the Canadian one).
My written review of the excellent little iFi Micro itube2 is now live...and all I can say is WOW, and thank you!, to Lawrance and @iFi audio !
Me: on this
On...a...roll....the excellent affordable Bluetooth capable Cayin N3. Thank you @Andykong ! Written review hopefully, by the end of the week...almost done, it is...
Nice stuff @ngoshawk!
Going budget today with the Penon BS1 and Walnut V2 (holy mother of a powerhouse...).
Thanks, mate! I have a "care package" on the way with some interesting stuff...a nice DAP shootout should be the result.
Hows that Walnut work for real world everyday use, not having a screen and all? Not sure I could deal with that, but the device seems to get its fair share of love
This is the first day I've been using it, but so far so good. I just tossed in the memory card I was using for the Shanling M1, set 'er to random, and away we go. I tend to listen to my music collection on random most of the time anyway which doesn't require a screen, so it's working out fine. Can only see it being a problem if I want a specific song as I don't know the order of the files/folders loaded in the card.
Basic controls are easy to use and self explanatory enough, but I really wish there was something that outlined the more in depth stuff. The digital volume adjustment technique for the regular Walnut doesn't apply and as-is this thing is LOUD. Got the volume pot set at just before 1 o'clock and that's plenty for me.
Going to have to spend some time making my own instruction booklet it seems, haha.
My Cayin N3 written review is now live. Many, many thanks to @Andykong and @Cayin for this opportunity. This is a very fine device!
The Simgot EN700 Bass: