Product Comparison: Sony NW-A25 vs Fiio X3-III
- The screen graphics are nice and sharp. Capable of storing a lot of music.
- it is very easy to operate selecting the buttons, and because of that the screen is not covered in dirty finger marks.
- It is so easy to use and I have been able to put all my music (including folders) onto it.
- Then there is storage size..product comes with about 16gb but with the addition of a micro memory card can be taken to larger sizes..no problem.
- I was pleased with this, it was good that a memory card 128GB could be added.
- I really like the Fiio, easy to use, perhaps not quiet as intuitive as the iPod but the benefits outweigh the negatives by miles.
- Currently using a 128gb MicroSD along side it. I find the battery lasts me a day or 2 with normal use at work or gym. It does get warm while charging or putting lots of files on it, but not any warm levels to be worried about.
- The sound is incredible, capacity is no issue, and now discovering high res audio is a whole new adventure! No hesitation in recommending, made the right (and a personally important) decision
- The sound quality is excellent. It uses a micro USB connection which makes it very easy to charge with my phone charger and I have plenty of spare cables. It comes with two protective cases and screen protectors. Battery life is good and the bluetooth works okay.
- Wonderful sound quality - and yes, even as someone who isn't an audiophile, I can clearly hear nuances in music that I missed before.
- Size, weight and capacity are good.
- Purchased just after Christmas and I am delighted with the quality of the unit
- The size of the machine is small enough to tuck away in your pocket.
- Sound quality great and can play through my audio system. Very neat and easy to carry around.
- Also like the fact the product is smaller & thinner than other audio players.
- The X3 looks amazing, feels amazing in the hand and sounds amazing.
- The build quality is excellent, it feels solid and a quality piece of kit.
- It's a weighty big ugly LUMP, with little of the refinement of the IPOD.
- The LDAC connection and the adjustment of settings with the walkman makes for glorious, less-compressed wired-like sound.
- Sound is great. Features are easy to find and use.
- It plays the hi-res music impeccably. The digital noice cancelling works wonder if you do not have a good headphones to play it with.
- Sound quality is wonderful...clear and sharp with both ACC, MP3 & 4 files...and when FLAC files are used it get's better.
- It has Bluetooth and can pair with his Sony headphones. It is easy to use and the quality is excellent.
- The user interface is truly awful and ruins the player for me personally. I'll give you some examples. If, like me you have a large and full SD card full of different music it is an absolute chore to scroll through the library.
- Good size, good sound, battery last long time. highly recommened.
- I wanted good battery life and I have been pleased with that as well.
- The Walkman has good battery life, button controls, many options for sound quality, good song format compatibility.
- Battery life is excellent and so is sound.
- Battery life is very good. Used it on a few very long bus trips (over 24 hours over 2 days) and while flying from Philly to Spain, battery was always superb, at least 20 hours playing hi res files, probably more.
- I find the battery lasts me a day or 2 with normal use at work or gym. It does get warm while charging or putting lots of files on it, but not any warm levels to be worried about.
- Battery life is good and the bluetooth works okay.
- Battery doesn't last long. There are no belt-cases or similar on the market yet, so I cant use it at the gym unless stuffed in a pocket.