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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The top of the DAP has just the on / off button, while the side has the volume buttons and the microSD slot. The overall sound is much cleaner on the H2 Touch, but also more neutral, with less sub bass quantity and impact, while Mechen M30 sounds more bassy, warmer, and also has a bit more impact. This is all new to me, and I have a fair bit of Hi-Res music but also a wariness about whether this is worth the expenditure. So the "database" feature merely provides the same view in any case, since viewing by "Album Artist" from the database is no different to me just selecting the given artist folder in my files list. Depending which IEM you are using, you always are able to create a comfortable listening environment.

Both are nice sounding entry-level DAPs, and you’d be happy with either, the biggest difference between them is in the touch screen vs buttons controls interface, which I think should be the deciding factor between them. I imagine it would perform equally favourably even under more vigorous use such as (inadvisably) using it whilst mountain biking, for example. It will be compared with other entry-level DAPs like Shanling M3X (340 USD), Hiby R2 (100 USD), Surfans F20 (125 USD), and Hiby R3 PRO (200 USD). The front of the unit, you have the screen, the rotating wheel, which is only used for scrolling through the files and cannot be used for the volume which is rather unfortunate. The purpose of this review is to help those interested in HIFI Walker H2 find their next music companion.We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. I already have Hubby R2 and R3 Pro, and just received a HiFi Walker H2 and am looking forward to comparing them myself.

HIFI Walker has had great success with the H2 DAP they released in the past, but that one relies on a typical interface with buttons, while the new touch is a touch-based DAP, with multiple new functions and a nifty design. Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item. Sound quality is a great step up from a smartphone and the H2 provides good working additional functions.Additionally, I listen to vintage music with fidelity that is limited to the eras it was recorded in. When you're going for a budget DAP like H2, you're not expecting much, but this one has over delivered in every way possible, with an excellent GUI, good reliability, and a sound that's going to place it in the Hall Of Fame.



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