07-15-2015 11:38 AM
11-02-2016 12:31 PM - edited 11-02-2016 12:32 PM
I am confused about the differences between the Clip Sport and the Clip Jam. I read that they both use a 220 mah battery, yet the Sport is listed as having 25 hours of battery life, while the Jam is listed as having 18 hours of battery life. I would expect the Jam to have longer battery life than the Sport, as the Sport dispay is larger. What accounts for the lower battery life of the Jam? Is the Jam sound quality better than than that of the Sport, or does the Jam put out a higher maximum amount of power to its headphone jack? I have the Sport and use it with very efficient 16 ohm or 32 ohm earphones so there is more than enough power output, however I am wondering if the Jam might work better than the Sport with for example less efficient headphones that are 100 ohms?
11-06-2016 07:09 PM
I tried to find a quantitative comparison using The Google.
The best I could find is this comment by user pixelwitch in Oct 2015 at the HydrogenAudio Forum.
"I've read that the two devices are based upon the same platform internally, yet the Sport boasts a much higher battery life (25 hours vs 18 hours) and the Jam a "Deep, rich sound quality", whatever that means. Does this mean that there is some additional DSP going on to make the the Jam sound "Deep[er]" and "rich[er]"? That could explain the decreased battery life and the implicit superiority of the Jam's output."
at this web-link:
11-06-2016 07:54 PM
Thanks. I saw that before. The more I think about this the more curious I get. So far I haven't seen a good review that contrasts the difference between the two.