It is certainly much easier than in times gone past when there were peddled daps of all sorts of features and sound signatures.
Now days they are divided by the many features available to the consumer, and one has to be realistic with oneself and ask `what do I really need?`
For many people a simple player is enough, like the DX120. But one that has great resolution.
What can one write about the iBasso DX120 that I have not already listed above in my many photos and lists of specifications and features.
The iBasso DX120 is a straight player with a fairly neutral signature player whose sound can be slightly and subtly altered by the use of the Digital Filters when combined with the Sound mode.
Or even boosting the high gain or using the equalizer.
It does not reach the resolving heights of the flagship the DX200 nor does it fall terribly far behind.
One could even describe it in a pinch as a stripped down DX150 minus wifi, bluetooth, streaming etc.
There is a place for such daps and many consumers like myself prefer to have digital files of their music rather than relying on streaming services - the music is there, ready to go.
Its a solid well made robust dap, feels good in ones hand.
Its a beautiful creation and the sound quality and resolution is satisfying.
You probably have acquainted yourself with its many features already but lets take another look at the more visible parts via the graphic I made and which heads this piece.