Current analysis is too limited to draw conclusions about the sound, apart from a low distortion rate from the DAC which is a good point but not the whole picture.
- Quality, sound and versatility of the headphone amplifier.
- How clean is the DAC output in highest frequencies, including > 20kHz (affect listening fatigue)
- Level of hiss with sensitive headphones (like in-ear)
For comparison, Galaxy S / Nexus S story with Wolfson WM8994 is: great but not perfect DAC, mind-blowing built-in headphone amp.
It seems SGS2 max sampling rate is lower than for SGS.
I could play music recorded at 24 bit 96 kHz on SGS.
SGS2 seems to be able to handle only up to 24 bit 48 kHz according to Supercurio if the info he found is correct:
Can someone with SGS2 try to play music recorded at 24 bit 96 kHz and see if it works?
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