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Old 11-30-2008, 01:31 PM
Inocybe Inocybe is offline
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Help Questions: Few EQ bands, Sound Quality & TV Out!

Hi, this is my first post here!

I have read a lot about the D2 here and other places, but still have a couple of questions before I buy it.

1. D2 only have a 5 band EQ. I am very particilar when adjusting the sound, and I need to adjust just the right bands to hit "my spot". Like, I have discarded many MP3 players just because some of the bands is placed wrong (mostly bass). In new firmware updates, I see that there is a possibility to adjust the width of the bands. How much, and how does it work? Any upinions?

2. How is the sound character? I don't mean how it can be tweaked, but how the amplifier actually sound. Warm (with soft bass), Neautral (in the middle), Tight (clear bass, but treble can be a little clinical), Harch (treble can be tiresome to listen to) and so on. This my terms... I would like to hear a description.

3. Is the amplifier actually this powerful? I like to play loud, often with extensive bass, on headphones (like Grado SR125). This requires a lot of power reserve (not the same as mW).

4. Have the TV-Out problem been solved? Read many examples of picture not showing up correctly on TV.

5. When TV-Out is used, will correct format be shown (16:9/4:3 movie on a 16:9/4:3 screen)?

Just a comment; Why do people say that buying a 8GB D2 with a 8GB SD card would work the same way as a 16GB D2? Normally, running on a memory card (especially media) uses a lot more batterypower.

Thank you!

Last edited by Inocybe; 11-30-2008 at 03:57 PM.
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