HiBy R3 Pro Digital Audio Player

HiBy R3 Pro Digital Audio Player

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Product Description
When sound quality and wireless connectivity are top priorities, the R3 Pro from HiBy is a standout audio player. Equipped with a CS43131 DAC chip from Cirrus Logic's MasterHiFi high-fidelity line, the R3 Pro delivers 32-bit, 384-kilohertz PCM and DSD256 decoding for audio with detail to spare Read More
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mixpro
11
Mar 23, 2021
What about storage? MicroSD or ? No mention in the listing.
watcherhd
26
Mar 23, 2021
Expansion Capability
The R3 Pro still uses the R3 USB-C connection for USB-DAC, OTG and charging capabilities as well as a single microSD slot. Anyone hoping for a magical appearance of onboard memory for the R3 Pro will be disappointed.
However, as before, there are no theoretical limits to external memory card capacity or OTG capable powered external HDD usage. You can go ahead and stick in those 1TB microSD cards or 10TB externally powered HDD drives and they should all work. testing with a 64GB generic microSD card was smooth for scanning with immediate software recognition.
https://headfonics.com/hiby-r3-pro-review
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rji2goleez
11
May 5, 2021
Add to a similar question, will this unit stream Qobuz, Spotify, Tidal?
nmano
4
May 6, 2021
From other owners and my experience with the Hiby R2, it streams Qobuz and Tidal only. You can also load a txt file with links to different web radio stations and it'll stream those too, with some finagling.
ozcroz
2
May 5, 2021
Does the Hiby have a web browser to stream audio files?
Cliff_21
99
May 9, 2021
No, you're limited to choose from Tidal and Qobuz.
anewnadir
1
May 5, 2021
What are the product's dimensions?
TheTwig
1
May 5, 2021
82 x 61 x 13mm and 95g in weight according to the link posted above.
Kulpa
52
May 27, 2021
Hello, is it possible to use it offline with Streaming Services as Tidal ect with your Playlist?