One APP I can recommend is the "Vinyl District". No matter where you are, it lists the closest record stores to your location. Excellent.
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Thank you - every audiophile should enjoy that app.
I continue to be impressed with the build quality of this HTC device, but may wait for the even bigger, forthcoming screen - apparently HTC's answer to the Samsung Note.
Last night, I tried Pandora (mobile) which was enjoyable too, but only with Beats Audio switched OFF. Sufficient RAM to run Pandora, Google and GPS in the background.
I dont expect to replace my iPod with a smartphone any time soon, but wonder if anyone has experimented with non compressed music files on an Android smartphone?
Thanks for info - droid players very interesting and Davide256 will check out Neutron.
Singleendedsingle, yes, as an audiophile not so obsessed with small, especially since the phone itself it so sleek. So even better if paired with external amp and/or DAC.
By the way, having great luck with custom JH audio earphones (or "IEMs") that I use daily with my iPod - highly recommended.
Nick Sr will check out the oppo phone but having finished the trial decided to keep the HTC one.
Such a beautiful phone (and again, I am not a smartphone kind of a guy) where in addition to the beautiful construction and design, it really trounces the iPhone viewing any high resolution video sideways in 16:9, using the internal speakers.
Between that and the open source geekiness of the Droid, the smartphone every audiophile should have until further notice.