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Here we go again. The blurb for this item claims "support" for music formats up to 32bit/384hHz but the specs claim only 24bit/192kHz. I wish that Massdrop would STOP with the BOGUS ad claims and CHECK before posting. I wonder if ANYONE back there knows that there are laws regarding false advertising in most US states.
N3 supports 32bit/384kHz with AIFF and WAV format.
Andy, I would like to know what authority you're using to make this claim. The specs quoted on Massdrop (also on head-if) claim 192/24; it's only the blurb on Massdrop that claims 354/32, and I know to my cost that the blurb on Massdrop is unreliable and inclined to exaggeration (I purchased a several hundred $ player with claims of 354/32 in the past only to find that it could not play files above 192/24. After several postings about this Massdrop FINALLY (and very quietly) changed the blurb to reflect the truth with no apology to it's buyers). So mark me sceptical. Show me the money! Provide a (reliable) source.
I'm pretty sure Andy works for Cayin based on his posts here and at other sites like Head-Fi (where he is listed as a sponsor affiliated with Cayin).
I have posted the latest digital capability of N3 DAP on HeadFi, please check it out if that 's the detail that you are looking for. The opening post of HeadFi has mentioned that the content was originally based on the Engineering sample used in CanJam New York (4-5 Feb) with firmware v0.8beta. The data I quoted in the following HeadFi post are based on the production version with firmware v1.0:
I am working for Cayin and taking care of oversee marketing function of Cayin Personal Audio products. I hope this will clarified the concerns, I apology if we have caused any confusion due to our early-bird information.