Opus #2 Digital Audio Player
Opus #2 Digital Audio Player
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Boasting high-end specs and the looks to match, the Opus #2 digital audio player is built with two Sabre32 ES9018K2M DACs for outstanding performance in native DSD playback, as well as high-res audio files up to 32 bit/384 kHz. If you’d like to make further use of these excellent DACs, the player can also be used as a USB DAC Read More

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Chinerino
4
Sep 7, 2020
Dont buy.... Opus support is dead
Jakob
210
Sep 4, 2020
Meh, think I'll stick with my LG V series phone. I'm sure it doesn't sound as good but it's very good for what it is and that is a great sounding smartphone that does everything I need in a single form factor. Besides, ifi am on the move listening to music, I am just not going to be able to critically listen as I am at home which is something not considered enough with portable audio.
Lookout23
5
Sep 3, 2020
This is a good product but all of the OPUS models are orphans now. So don't expect any software updates or warranty service.
Chaturanga
126
Jul 28, 2020
What happened to The Bit company?
TYPHOONTV
0
Apr 29, 2020
it was quite good https://typhoon-tv.com/
raymondehayes1
54
Apr 15, 2020
I would not recommend buying this player. It's not that it's a bad player. It's just that the technology has moved so fast that the price/performance is too high. Right now you can get the I Basso DX 160 and the HiBy R5 Which both sound just as good as this machine if not better. The DX 160 goes for about $400 the R5 goes for 300. Both of them have the Internet and you can stream. They can take a 2 TB card (which does not exist) so you can buy right now a 1 TB card which is very expensive or a 512 GB card which is less than $100. And have more space than their onboard memory with a 200 GB card. They are also new players and are getting updated with new firmware. So again not a bad player and if it was going for $200-$250 it might be worth pulling the trigger. But $600 absolutely no way when their players just as good for a much cheaper price.
benjdbs10
2
Jun 18, 2020
...@ usd 399- for the 160, a bang for ur mid tier range up to date dap isn't such a bad buy. I auditioned one & an amazingly huge sound field & an unoffensive tuning, only to beaten by its bigger sibling the 220 (i got the 229)...
Dmac6419
135
Sep 5, 2020
I concur,they want to sell this better sell it for $200
I really don't understand having a dap. Why not just use a phone with external dac like a dragonfly?
LBarry
3
Jun 18, 2020
In addition to the other things mentioned, sometimes you want something really small and lightweight (e.g., for exercising) or for dedicated use in a car or workshop.
Dmac6419
135
Sep 5, 2020
Because a phone is a phone
Lookout23
5
Apr 15, 2020
At this price it's a good unit. However I don't recommend buying as they no longer respond to issues posted on their forum and they haven't updated the firmware since 2018.09.17.
NicoatHome
4
Feb 14, 2020
It's work with W10?
Chaturanga
126
Feb 14, 2020
Is that have any warranty? I could not see in the details page.
Evshrug
1864
Feb 14, 2020
That does sound like a helpful and marketable thing to disclose. Edit: for reference, I know the Sennheiser headphones have a 2-year manufacturer’s warranty, and it says it on Drop’s listing under “what’s included” after the cable.
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