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  1. dfkt
    01-17-2011 06:35 AM
    dfkt
    You can't have a flatter frequency response than the Clip, since it is already flat (no matter what phone it's paired with). Never tested a Fuze, but what I remember from over on the Rockbox site, it is exactly the same.
  2. a_tumiwa
    01-17-2011 02:34 AM
    a_tumiwa
    hi dfkt, do you have a rmaa test for Sansa Clip vs Fuze?? i just want to know which one has a flatter or more linear frequency response.

    Thanks
  3. a_tumiwa
    09-17-2009 06:16 AM
    a_tumiwa
    dfkt, why don`t u move Toshiba and Insignia Forum to "Other Brand Forum & Defunct Brand" ? and create a new Philips GoGear Forum? just my 2 cents..
  4. dfkt
    09-09-2009 11:19 AM
    dfkt
    They all sound the same, more or less - the O2 hisses the least with low impedance IEMs and has slightly less bass rolloff, so that would make it the best sounding one. Of course it is also the worst when it comes to usability, battery life, and so on.
  5. a_tumiwa
    09-09-2009 10:42 AM
    a_tumiwa
    sir, among all cowons you have plus i7, which one is the best without BBE/EQ? (the one that best to your ears)
  6. dfkt
    09-03-2009 12:25 PM
    dfkt
    That's how the Nationite responds with all EQ/SRS off... it's a rather bad player.
  7. a_tumiwa
    09-03-2009 12:16 PM
    a_tumiwa
    i saw this page http://rmaa.elektrokrishna.com/Compa...aNite%20N1.htm

    the Nationite N1 frequency response looks so strange, is there any wrong with that??


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