FInally I kept the V2 Fuze.
I tried the E270 with rockbox and Rockbox is so cool but I had no time to test it well and so even if SQ seemed almost identical to Fuze one with my earbuds and no hiss at all was noticeable, anyway I kept Fuze because E270 seemed to haver a more closed sound and I had no time to understand if it was because of my ignorance of how to set well the rockbox sound and eq…
So, Fuze it is.
And now I want to take the best of it. One thing I noticed is that I have no much volume.
I think it is my fault. I have found some time ago this program which you all surely know well, MP3 Gain. My idea was that I wanted all songs at samer general volume so to not have to change volume all the time.
So, I have setted all my songs to volume 88 with MP3 gain, because many many songs were clipping (according to MP3 Gain) at higher volumes.
Is 88 too few?
I still have the original songs ,not changed by MP3 Gain. Should I set them at 93 or something similar even if MP3 Gain detect clipping on many of them, and then let the Fuze avoid the clipping with ReplayGain?
Or should I directly avoid MP3 Gain and let all the normalization and anticlipping job to Fuze?