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HIDIZS AP60 Ⅱ Bluetooth MP3 Player Digital Audio Player HiFi Lossless Music Player Hi-Res Audio Player with SD Card Slot,Support Up to 256GB (Black)
- The HIDIZS AP60 lossless portable music player adopt professional quality AK4452VN DAC and MAX97220 AMP combination,make an high resolution digital audio player,supports all major hifi music formats: APE, DSD, FLAC, WAV, WMA, and ALAC, at up to 192kHz/24bit.
- Bright and easy to read 2.0-inch TFT high-definition screen, small yet powerful enough to drive most Headphones on the market, the best choice for hifi mp3 music player when an audiophile goes out for exercise.(The difference between AP60 and AP60 Ⅱ:AP60 Ⅱ have control pan while AP60 haven't )
- Bluetooth 4.0 with APT-X protocol, double-way lossless Bluetooth transmission allows easy enjoyment of music with low coding delay and high sound quality
- Built-in high and low gain selection, to meet the needs of different headphones sensitivity and listening. Also can be connected with your PC and headphone as a headphone amplifier
- MicroSD slot that supports MicroSD cards, currently up to 256GB, large enough to hold your entire music library. Japan Seiko protection circuits, 10-12 hours of battery life, Charges through micro USB port(Please notice:SD card not included)
- Batteries : 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 7.49 x 4.19 x 1.4 cm; 189.94 Grams
- Date First Available : 29 June 2018
- Manufacturer : HIDIZS
- ASIN : B01LQLS4AE
- Item Model Number : AP60
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Dimensions:75mm x 42mm x 14mm
Weight: About 50g
Screen: 320 x 240 2.0inch HD TFT
DSD: Software Decoding 64,128
USB DAC/OTG DAC: sUPPORT
Support APT-X lossless transmission
Support Bluetooth 4.0 Versions
DAC Chip: AK4452VN
Headphone Amp: MAX97220A
Gain: Hight/Low gain setting available
Sample Rate: 44.1KHz-192kHz/24 Bit
Supported Formats: FLAC, APE, WMA, WAV, ALAC, AAC, OGG, MP3, AIFF, DSF, DIFF
Headphone Output: Standard 3.5mm Port
Output Power: 35mW@32 ohm
Output impedance: 0.1 ohm
Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20KHz(-0.5dB)
Dynamic Range: >105dB
Channel Separation: 106dB
Internal Memory: None
Storage Expansion: Support 265GB
Power Port: Micro USB2.0
Battery: 1000mAh 3.7V
Play Time: about 10 to 12 hours
Support Systerm: MAC OSX10.7, Windows XP, Windows 7/8/10.
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This device seems nicely constructed; fairly small and solid feeling. The sound is clearly superior to Shuffle and repays having a good set of earphones. I didn't find the User Interface very intuitive but I'm 60+ and not a gadget person. I put a 128Gb Samsung Evo+ in this and dragged 10,000 tracks on here in a mixture of AAC (mostly) and ALAC- no problem.
In summary- nice size and feel; very usable on walks; sound is good but UI could be better. I hope it lasts as long as my previous Shuffles did (about 5 years each).
After a few months use this device has become unusable. Firstly, it started switching off intermittently whilst I was walking and this got worse to the point where it switches off 3 or 4 times per track. Added to which, the headphone connection has developed a problem (for both sets of headphones I have which work fine with my PC and TV) - I have to exert pressure on the jack into the hole in order to get any sound. To get any music now, I have to hold the device in my hand pressing the jack into the hole and keep re-switching the on switch; in effect it is useless..
The screen is low Res, but ok, the buttons clicky but passable and even the layout of everything is fairly well thought out.
But the fact that after taking out the charge cable, it fails to recognise any music files saying they are unsupported and then having too reset all the settings to get it to work again just makes the whole thing pointless.
After every reset it loses any Bluetooth settings you had saved requiring you to re pair any headphones you had saved.
Pointless, just pointless.
Follow up: HIDIZS have contacted me with some suggestions for the problem I'm having, so I'll respond here.
They think it may be a problem with the audio file types I'm trying to play, that is causing the AP60 to say it's unsupported, well unfortunately that's not the case, the files work absolutely fine until I charge the battery and when I unplug the charger it all goes wrong.
They also recommend I download the latest firmware, version 1.18 beta, which is what came pre installed on the unit when it was purchased, and as a side note, products really shouldn't be shipping with beta firmware, by definition, beta means not fully tested, and will probably come with bugs, which indeed this unit does.
I applaud HIDIZS for responding to me, but the problem seems to sit with the unit and not with my usage of it.
Despite some initial issues the seller has been really helpful and attentive and as such I now feel able to give this 4 stars. Having lived with it for a few months I love the compact size of it and the sound quality is really good.