For every audiophile worth his money, audio pumped out by smartphones is never really good enough - save for maybe a few models that come with dedicated audio processing hardware. However, going for a dedicated high-resolution music player isn’t an easy task. For starters, they aren’t as popular. The category itself started off as something mainstream enough to inspire a multitude of cheap knock-offs. Currently, they occupy a space that is frequented by those who take their music playback seriously and will not settle for anything less than a dedicated device to enjoy their collections.
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