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Sony's might have engineered audiophile nirvana with the DMP-Z1

This might be the most excessive digital music player ever made.
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Sony DMP-Z1

If you're an audiophile that will pay any price to have the best sounding music on-the-go then you might want to take a look at Sony's latest audio creation, the DMP-Z1. The DMP-Z1 is a beast of a digital music player featuring DSD native playback at up to 11.2 MHz and PCM playback up to 384kHz/32-bit for the most accurate sound possible. 

It also features a 4.4mm balanced headphone jack for premium headphones as well as a 3.5mm jack for unbalanced listening. Other features include a built-in headphone amp, gold-plated volume control, isolated circuit board to reduce noise, dual DACs, a vinyl processor to add an analog-quality warmth to your digital files, 256GB of onboard storage, 2 microSD slots, and 9-10 hours of battery life depending on the quality of the audio. 

The DMP-Z1 is currently available from Sony Hong Kong. 

HKD 61,880 (approx. $7,882),

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