Lotoo PAW 5000 MKII Portable Hi-Fi Music Player
- Low-key, introverted, gentleman taste
- Metal stamping, oxidation panel, gray black color matching, solid buttons design, can be perceived to be faithful and flexible
- Music, with your fingertips sliding
- The new design of control turntable, with physical buttons, quickly find tracks, sensitive and durable, delicate damping, one touch unforgettable
- Compact shape, only one hand holding
- Equipped with AKM Premium series DAC chip AK4490, Native DSD256 supported
- Static and static
- SNR > 116dB
- Sound channel isolation > 118dB
- Native DSD64/DSD128/DSD25 and 32bit/384KHz supported
- USB3.0 up to 90M/s
- Power on and off just in 2 seconds
- Data read (1 second hot plug)
- Format support DSD64/128/256, DFF/DSF/ISO/WAV/MP3/FLAC/APE/OGG/M4A/AAC/ALAC/CUE
- DAMP and GAIN plays give you endless possibilities
- All you need is here:
- Line OUT/SPDIF: line output/Optical fiber output
- PHONE: headphone output
- BAL HP: 2.5mm Balanced headphone output
- Tempo free function
- Bluetooth for Hi-Fi music
- Definable Fn Key
Great music player but battery doesn't last long.
Sound is spectacular.
Best price for performance
I spent 1k for a dap before and newer sounded like this!
The shipping was wery fast
As a musician and audiophile, I have an onkyo dp x1A which is positively the ultimate DAP. This onkyo never leaves my home. So when it came time to purchase a portable, I bought and tried 7 different DAPS, none of which pleased me sonically. I started reading about the lotoo paw 5000 mkii and every article claimed it had a sound so great and clear, I decided to pull the trigger. I did so with music tek because they, clearly, had the best price. It was my first purchase with them, but it won't be the last. They were great to do business with. As far as the lotoo goes, it's just a couple of steps below my dpx1A. And that says a lot. I'm in love with it.