HIFI WALKER H2, Hifi MP3 Player with Bluetooth, High Resolution Music Player DAC DSD, Hi Res Lossless DAP Player with Line out Function, 64GB Memory Card, Support up to 256GB

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HIFI WALKER H2, Hifi MP3 Player with Bluetooth, High Resolution Music Player DAC DSD, Hi Res Lossless DAP Player with Line out Function, 64GB Memory Card, Support up to 256GB

HIFI WALKER H2, Hifi MP3 Player with Bluetooth, High Resolution Music Player DAC DSD, Hi Res Lossless DAP Player with Line out Function, 64GB Memory Card, Support up to 256GB

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This is a DAC we’ve seen a lot in the past, and it is a DAC chip that I loved in previous DAPs and equipment.

Stöbern Sie einfach in einer umfangreichen Auswahl der besten hi fi walker h2 und filtern Sie dem besten Treffer oder Preis, um das passende Produkt für sich zu finden! I know I'm using some wide sounding headphones to begin with, with Ananda, but H2 doesn't constrain their soundstage in any way, and it delivers a really holographic presentation with them, with a good separation between instruments, and on songs like Fever The Ghost - The Source, the stereo effects and panning is really good. I should note I installed Rockbox on the device immediately after getting it (hosted install/dual boot), though the original firmware seems perfectly serviceable/decent. Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH).The bass is clean, neutral, and extends well in the ~20 Hz range, but you’re not likely to hear too much from that area, as the presentation itself is dead on neutral and only EDM, Electronic and Dubstep really have a thick bottom end.

At 129 USD, Hifi Walker H2 Touch is a super solid value DAP or Digital Audio Player, with a strong sonic performance, good build quality, and is generally super easy to recommend, especially if you want a touch screen based DAP instead of the usual button-based DAPs from the likes of Surfans and even HIFI Walker. But at least it’s range good enough to put in a pant pocket and has no problems inside a car when hooked to the car’s Bluetooth system.

There's a back button for navigating the menus, and one M button that also works as a select button. I haven't been able to find the output power anywhere either, but it has no problem driving my AKG x7xx series headphones and I have used it with earbuds up to 400ohms without any trouble either so it early has a pretty robust amplifier section. the detail is fantastic, and the sound stage of this device is presumably right where you'd want it to be, not too wide and too close. In several hours use whilst walking around I've also had zero cutouts, audio glitches or defects, so it fulfils the portable-use scenario perfectly for me. The difference is not huge, and you wouldn’t know it without doing some volume matching using an SPL meter, but if you’re still deciding between the two, H2 has better overall sonic quality, following a very similar signature to F20.

HIFI Walker H2 copies many elements from previously released DAPs, including the navigation wheel, the smaller display, and the solid build quality, but they end up creating a better product than most competitors were able to, so there's no reason to shy away from the H2. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. As dconrad has mentioned it's clearly a different PCB, so I did a little bit of digging, and based on the firmware file, it appears that the MECHEN M30 uses some sort of Actions Semiconductor SoC. Especially music with electronic and organic instruments, like the French electronica band ‘Air’, have a great separation between the sounds.There’s a back button for navigating the menus, and one M button that also works as a select button. The face of the DAP has one volume wheel with a play / pause / select button in the center, and one FFWD and one BCKWD button. I want the player to stop playing when it has finished playing the last song in a folder, but it proceeds to the next folder. I guess if you're someone continually sitting there manually chopping-and-changing individual tracks all of the time, with the screen consequently on a lot of the time, that might impact things. This is not a negative thing, because using that wheel for navigation feels right at home, plus H2 has enough buttons for navigation to be really natural.

I also noticed next to no background noise and hissing, even with sensitive IEMs, and it could drive OLLO S4X, OLLO S5X, as well as Audeze MM-500 well, but it struggled a bit with HIFIMAN HE1000 V2, as it was to be expected. So it was time to double down and remove the processor board completely from the case and check the display connections. The size and shape of the new H2 Touch is the same as that of the original H2, but it now has a large display screen at the front, compared to the original which used buttons and a wheel for navigation. The only minor inconvenience I noticed at the software level is that the song title scrolls at the bottom of the display and it has a somewhat small font, being slightly hard to read.Under the hood, we have an ESS ES9218PC DAC chip, along with DSD decoding up to DSD256, FLAC, ALAC, APE, WAV, MP3, AIFF and more. g. listening on certain Android phone, where each adjustment on the volume rocker would result in far too big a jump, meaning it is either too quiet on one setting or too loud on the other.



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