I thought, after Opus #2, there will be no wow effect, but it did happen locally, namely on the midrange. Lows and Highs are definitely beyond the #2, there it’s a directly different level and it is felt, but the vocals, suddenly, didn’t captivate me in the#2, as it happened in the #3. In general, the sound is uniquely an offset DAP that can well compete with top-mid-range devices that are relevant for today.
By the way, some mentioned some kind of “recognizable characteristic color” of 1792, and so I personally didn’t hear any similarities to the presentation, for example, with Cayin N6.
Well, the cons, which someone just did not write about, and they did not pass me by.
All Opuses epic's with battery naturally available. Backlash and accidental operation of the volume wheel are also in place. Well, at times the "twitchy" reaction of the interface is present. I don’t even want to remember about software limitations in working with files and que, this is an Opus feature, not a bug :)
Would recommend to a friend.