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Shozy Alien Digital Audio Player

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Shozy Alien:
- Audiophile Oriented Sound Design
- Supports up to 24bit/96kHz Audio Playback
- Full CNC Alumium Enclosure
- No Screen & No internal Storage
- Supports Micro-SD up to 32GB
- Supports Folder Skipping
- Supports WAV??& FLAC File ONLY

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
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D.N.
Wonderful player

Very simple and thin player and It is suitable as a sub-player.
Low-priced and beautiful body.
Alien sound is powerful and clear.
I am very satisfied.

D
D.N.
Best portable player

Very beautiful and simple player.It is so light and thin it ideal for portable.
Thw Alien is similar to iPod Shuffle. Screenless and compact body.
The Alien sounds fantastic! It is good as much as AK100MK2,and has a very high cost performance.
I recommend this product!!

w
w.
Simple perfection

A plain and simple little player, which brings you back to the basics: music. You rapidly realize you don't need necessarily a screen...
A very clean, powerful and warm signature, which is yet airy and a very good match for in ear monitors (custom and universal).
Unamped or amped, it is so tiny and thin, there is no more "portable" out there....you just forget it in your pocket!

S
S.C.
Little player, great sound

This player sounds far better than the X3 I had previously. Soundstaging is wider, making for a more comfortable listen. However, with my reshelled dn2000 there is a noticeable hiss, so take note if you have sensitive iems

E
E.L.
Shozy alien

The only other dap I have owned was the fiio x3 which i have sold shortly after buying the shozy alien, the alien sound is lively, great separation and it just makes my er4s sing. The only reason I didn't give it a 5 star is due to battery life and design flaws. A screen-less player should have a longer battery life but perhaps due to the need to cut cost they decided to use a smaller battery. The buttons don't work perfect but 98% of the time they work well enough.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
60%
(3)
40%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
D
D.N.
Wonderful player

Very simple and thin player and It is suitable as a sub-player.
Low-priced and beautiful body.
Alien sound is powerful and clear.
I am very satisfied.

D
D.N.
Best portable player

Very beautiful and simple player.It is so light and thin it ideal for portable.
Thw Alien is similar to iPod Shuffle. Screenless and compact body.
The Alien sounds fantastic! It is good as much as AK100MK2,and has a very high cost performance.
I recommend this product!!

w
w.
Simple perfection

A plain and simple little player, which brings you back to the basics: music. You rapidly realize you don't need necessarily a screen...
A very clean, powerful and warm signature, which is yet airy and a very good match for in ear monitors (custom and universal).
Unamped or amped, it is so tiny and thin, there is no more "portable" out there....you just forget it in your pocket!

S
S.C.
Little player, great sound

This player sounds far better than the X3 I had previously. Soundstaging is wider, making for a more comfortable listen. However, with my reshelled dn2000 there is a noticeable hiss, so take note if you have sensitive iems

E
E.L.
Shozy alien

The only other dap I have owned was the fiio x3 which i have sold shortly after buying the shozy alien, the alien sound is lively, great separation and it just makes my er4s sing. The only reason I didn't give it a 5 star is due to battery life and design flaws. A screen-less player should have a longer battery life but perhaps due to the need to cut cost they decided to use a smaller battery. The buttons don't work perfect but 98% of the time they work well enough.