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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

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I have a HiFi Walker DX Sport, and you cannot fast scroll, and even if you could, you cant see the screen in the daylight so you wouldn't know where you were in scrolling anyway! It sports 100 volume steps, so there's enough granularity to the volume control, plus once you press on the volume button once, you can keep it pressed for quick large volume adjustments, or use the navigation wheel to control the volume. I just copied my collection (mostly Apple Music AAC) from my computer to the card, keeping the original directory layout. I would believe that unless you had direct digital inputs to your cars head unit the quality will be the same as you have now. 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.

It would be nice if someone could make a device this size and weight with more like a 50 hour battery life, but anyway, it is decent enough, and hardly an ordeal to plug in the USB-C to charge it.

The scroll wheel is very tight, not allowing for fluidity,this is not all the time, but, can become annoying.

Comparing it side by side, the cost would be exactly half of R3 PRO, yet the performance is really close, sometimes even better. com/MECHEN-Lossless-Resolution-Portable-Player%EF%BC%8CSupport/dp/B0B4NCSPNX/ has ports/controls in the same location as the Surfans F20 / HIFI Walker H2. It compares very favourably, providing a good chunk of the performance for something in a portable package. Rob Miles is technology author and educator who spent many years as a lecturer in Computer Science at the University of Hull.

The midrange favors male and female voices equally, and tends to go for a really spot-on tonality, with guitars sounding really pleasing, pianos too,m and the same can be said about trumpets and violins. Line out and earphone out port for flexible usage including in car auxiliary cable or a home audio system.

Hiii, I experimented very little with the bluetooth feature, it is not perfect, but it should work well enough. HIFI Walker H2 vs Hiby R2 (125 USD vs 100 USD) – There’s no chance that R2 can stand its ground as a DAP against H2, and that’s not just about the sound. inch HD display and distortion-free hifi music support for all popular file formats like FLAC, MP3, WMA, WAV, APE, OGG, AIF, AAC, DSF, DFF and Native DSD (up to 128 bit/5. HIFI Walker H2 supports microSD slots as high as 256DB, which I tested, but as I didn’t have a higher capacity microSD card, I can’t confirm whether it could support a higher capacity microSD slot but is not advertised for it.

The overall sound is also more interesting on the H2 Touch, and honestly, when you reach the shape and design of the Hiby R2, I feel like the H2 is an improvement, at least for someone like me, with larger fingers. Meanwhile there is a metal loop you could affix a lanyard too as well, useful if you're the type of person prone to dropping things!

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