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Audio Jack And Amplification

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Audio Jack And Amplification

26/09/2014 at 21:47

It has probably been suggested already but I wanted to put it out there about for a range of jacks like6.3mm for example that the Sennheiser HD 800 come with. Also decent amplification for the ability not only to play better music in general but to help enhance high end headphones, but I very much doubt you can put 300 Ω into a phone which is what the Sennheiser HD 800 require as I mentioned earlier. I am not aware of how much impedance current mobile phones can withstandso I cannot think of how much amplification can be applied into PB at this moment in time.

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11/09/2014 at 09:03
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^ +1

27/09/2014 at 02:16
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While I would love to have a range of jack sizes, I just don’t think it would be practical to have jacks larger than 3.5.The 6.3 jack is absolutely massive and would take up so much space. If they were implemented the phone would be over 12mm thick.

28/09/2014 at 23:34
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Fair enough but that was just an example. In actual fact, now that you have said that, a smaller jack may allow the phone to be thinner, just have adapters included.

29/09/2014 at 01:17
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I think in terms of size that it should be a 3.5mm jack. Most headphones have that size so compatibility would be fine.But hardware amplification would be a great feature to have.

29/09/2014 at 05:49
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Konnaz wrote: I think in terms of size that it should be a 3.5mm jack. Most headphones have that size so compatibility would be fine.But hardware amplification would be a great feature to have. Have to agree with Konnaz. Additional amplification may be required to drive higher impedance headphones. This may take the form of an external portable amplifier or possibly an amp blok.

29/09/2014 at 19:07
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Perhaps have a PB extetnal amplifier? It could be specifically designed for PB compatability to work in conjunction with the phones software by for example enabling more audio options on the device.

30/09/2014 at 06:22
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Not to exclude the amazing potential the new standard of mini network stacks can provide audio modules in regards to low latency playback we can expect to see parts being developed to incorporate the upcoming evolution to SPDIF as well as modules which more conform to the creation of a Digital Audio Player as a modular Portable Electronic Device.

20/10/2014 at 08:06
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Hey guys,Check out the latest developments on our sound blok. Here’s our blog post -> http://blog.phonebloks.com/post/100149300288/sennheiser-to-build-audio-module-prototype-byAnd here’s the discussion thread in the Sound development forum -> https://community.phonebloks.com/forum/view_topic/(…)-questionscomments?selected_post=12206#c12206Feel free to comment and share your feedback! Cheers!Rosmadi

22/10/2014 at 22:18
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Sennheiser wrote: Hey guys,Check out the latest developments on our sound blok. Here’s our blog post -> http://blog.phonebloks.com/post/100149300288/sennheiser-to-build-audio-module-prototype-byAnd here’s the discussion thread in the Sound development forum -> https://community.phonebloks.com/forum/view_topic/(…)-questionscomments?selected_post=12206#c12206Feel free to comment and share your feedback! Cheers!Rosmadi Looking good!

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