It has been said that the MQA license doesn't allow it: if the DAC has MQA support, it cannot be disabled. However, adding a little dither should have the same effect, as MQA can no longer be decoded.To sum up, DO200 does not give me the control menu and the option to turn off MQA when I don't want it.
I will have two on thursday. e70 and e70 velvet. I am consumed with curiosity that chips from different manufacturers cannot sound identical. Besides, velvet probably has better capacitors. Gold -hahaMe too! Not sure how smart was that considering that amirm didn't test velvet, yet.
Amazon EU, unfortunately at a higher price than yours. Once I decide which one to stay then I'll find a shop with a lower price.When did you order yours? I ordered around 4pm yesterday and it's not yet shipped. Funny, Apos is a few miles away. I could pick it up yesterday if they have such an option.
This forum is registered to what country? I see a different problem than delivery time. Chi-Fi can't keep the price value.Well, Apos is using AfterShip. After a quick googling, it's a Hong Kong startup company... Looks like Apos is just a reseller without a warehouse in the US. It will take a while to get the device from China. Even tough, Apos is claims to be 5 to 15 business days, plus processing time.