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The product he speaks of is a headphone amp and a DAC, the Creative one I linked is basically the same thing, although it uses creative drivers and has THX support.

Software aside, they will do the same thing. The major difference is going to be that the Fiio is portable and can be used via usb or battery power, so if you have an ipod you dont have to rely on the internal headphone amp of the I-pod. Overall, I would say if your looking for THX, and that is your major concern, grab the Creative. If you want portability, the other one will suit you better.
Edited by Mattb2e - 1/11/11 at 2:13pm
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Sounds good. Thanks!
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Also, just search E7 on head-fi. You will get many great reviews on it.
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