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The Opus#1 DAP By The Bit

South Korea seems like the mecca now for modern DAP revivals with Astell & Kern coming out of iRiver and Cowon moving forward with their Plenue series and now we have a new player on the block, a company ca...
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The RM1 By FiiO

The FiiO RM1 is one of the more unusual and device specific FiiO products and sells for just $17.99. I say unusual in the sense that it doesn't have any audio capabilities being instead a Bluetooth remote contr...
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L3 DAP By Luxury & Precision

Luxury and Precision flew onto the audio scene last year with their excellent sounding L5Pro portable player, but I have a lot of concern about their new budget L3 model...as well as their business outlook and ...
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The N5 DAP By Cayin

Almost exactly a year ago I reviewed the Cayin N6, which was and still is, the flagship DAP from this respected Chinese audio manufacturer. At around $600 it sounded neutral, smooth, clean and really an all-aro...
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FiiO – 9 Years of Kindness To Your Wallet

I often hear that term, "sorry for your wallet" in audiophile circles. It is long since accepted that this faux-apology is a very close bedfellow to the acronym "G.A.S." gear acquisition syndrome" and come to s...