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Now listen to your favorite music the way it was meant to be heard. High-Resolution Audio Compatibility lets you listen to high-quality music without any alterations. The S-Master HX digital amplifier reduces distortion and noise, letting you enjoy all the subtleties in your music. The DSEE HX sound enhancing engine restores the high range sound lost in compression and reproduces your digital music files with rich, natural sound.
The Sony NW-A45 supports codec aptX HD developed by Qualcomm for better quality output through the wireless connection. It additionally supports Hi-Res formats such as Master Quality Authenticated (MQA) and APE codec which is a lossless audio format that ensures the reproduction of studio-quality music without any alterations. The Music sounds the same way it was recorded with absolute details and clarity.
If you're looking for a standalone lossless player has quality to it but don't want to spend a fortune on higher end players, Then the Sony Walkman NW-A45 is a great option, you won't believe the sound you get from her, I was blown away to hear every note so clearly, get one, you won't be disappointed !!
It's purely a music player. So there's no extra features to clutter it up.
Expandable storage, some forums say 400GB microsd works fine .
No need for extra software to sync your music library
It's not too big.
Screen is sharp and clear
Touch screen works very well
Simple to navigate
Cable is proprietary, have to carry an extra cable for the a45 itself.
This is just what I wanted. You only play for audio quality and nothing more. I love how Sony doesn't deal with any other bull**** on this device other than music. Its all about music, Use your phone if you want to see photos or watch videos. The USB DAC function works so perfectly. I was amazed to hear the audio quality beat my laptop's audio so embarrassingly (MSI laptop worth 1 lac). Even though I don't listen to much hip-hop, the few songs I listened to blew my mind because of the clean bass even though I use Beyerdynamic Byron which are not really bass heavy earphones. I mostly listen to black metal which has a lot of distortions in the background and this device lets you hear every minor detail in the track.
Pros: smooth, lag-free UI (A big reason I git them over Cayin N3)
very good audio quality
tactile hardware buttons feel satisfying to click
good build quality and very tasteful industrial design
UI has no learning curve, I figured everything out in 10 mins and the UI makes sense with swipes in all 4 directions which makes it very easy to navigate.
USB DAC works very well
very good screen quality for a music player
volume level is more than enough, volume steps are also small so you can fine tune (100)
only 5 band EQ. I think they should have implemented 10 band EQ.
settings has options for 2 sony earphones so you feel like you're missing out on something if you don't have those earphones.
Disclaimer: my review is based on using Beyerdynamic Byron (balanced sound) and RHA MA 390 universal (leaning on warm side)
I never expected to have invested in a digital audio player after all these years. Learning about Hi-res audio made the difference. After some comparison with other brands i felt that this was a better choice and i went for it. I could not have been happier with my decision. First of all, It seems like i've gone back to simpler times with being more invested in music rather than constantly going through my phone. Apart from that, i've compared it with my iPhone's and computer's playback quality using the same earphones(sony IER 500) and it definitely sounds better there straight out of the box, but i strongly suggest giving it some time, and get use to the sounds it produces and adjust the equaliser in the DAP, an iPhone does not have this. Also, an iPhone's sound output is already preset and enhanced by software, and i was too accustomed to it at first. Once you get use to using the equaliser and determining your own setting the difference is clearly set apart with the DAP's playback sounds more natural and balanced. You can kick the base up if you'd like, and genres with base heavy soundtracks sounds very heavy, whereas, rock & roll and other genres with a kick-drum sound very much like they would. Its nice that i can choose whether i don't want someone banging my head when i don't want to, or maybe 'm just getting old.
Even iTunes in Mac compared to VLC player, the latter is way better. The DAP gets close to the latter; although with my sony earphones in particular, it took some time since the earphones needed to be worn in. Also, the earphones lets in too much ambient noise. But the difference was quickly realised when when my room was isolated from noises.
Over it is a more energetic experience to be listening to music in a high-res DAP. You'd get that feeling of excitement every-time you listen to it after you've tried it once.
Was thinking if im investing in a rightt thing. I dont regret. You have a lot of presets, eq, as well as manual and automatic presets. Loving the sound. The only con is proprietary charging cable and high res logo missing. But im nitpicking it