The 2 Pack are more convenient. It is possible to put one in the office or home so you don't have to worry about it being lost. Charge and enjoy music. The floor is low. The unit has a bass boost circuit that is designed for a low noise floor in all states. The Internal DAC chip can handle up to 24bit/ 96 kHz files and can improve audio quality by using a linear filter and internal silence. The microusb connection provides power and also connects to your laptop. A sleek, brushed aluminum shell and chassis allow for portable use. The noise floor is unbelievably low. The lower noise floor of the active low-pass and BASS circuit designs ensures that your music is played back faithfully. The device is more compatible with theusb type-c. The outputs of the headphones/line/coaxial make it easier to connect to other equipment.
👤Unless you want to spend more than $300, the only amplifier you'll need is one. I recently bought a pair of HD650 and tried out a few Amps, but none of them could power them properly. I have the FiiO K1 and like that littleusbamp very much, so I decided to give it a try. The updated version of the older E10 is called the E10K and it has a newer chip. This is a short review of the amplifier that I got the same day. The build quality is very nicely made with no sharp corner that can cut you. The material used in FiiO is of high quality. The rotating knob feels good during operation. I like the blue light on the front of the unit. Quite cool looking. I am using this unit with my headphones. It drives these cans with ease and is loud enough for you to hear. If you want good volume out of higher impedance headphones, you need to set the switch to high gain. For those people with the HD600/HD650, this will power them with no problem at all. FiiO hit it out of the park with this combo. After a few hours of breaking-in, the sound quality is warm and detailed. This amplifier works well with Windows 10. The bass boost was set to off and I used the equalizer setting. This thing is of the highest quality. Many of the more expensive Amps were put to shame. The best of my HD650 is brought out by the E10K. I think most people would like the sound of this amplifier. There is a It's hard to not recommend this DAC/amp for Hi-fi use because of its good look, ease of use, and great sound. The E10K could be found at a low price point thanks to modern technology. The unit has a very good DAC built into it. If you have a nicer pair of headphones, you should check out this item before spending more money on other equipment.
👤A very good amplifier for casual listening. I'm using it with a microphone. "It just works", no hassles setting it up. The package includes the amplifier, rubber feet, and a cable. When I'm at work and using a laptop with good onboard sound, and also when I'm traveling and have my phone, I get this amplifier. The improvement in clarity, sound stage, and low end response with my phone is amazing. This amplifier does not have a battery, so it must be plugged in at all times. You will need to purchase a microusb to femaleusb cable to use the phone. It's a bit cumbersome, but it's worth it. There is a This is unnecessary if you have a good desktop. Unless you have a good set of headphones, you won't notice a difference. It's a bit more difficult to use it with your phone if it's not portable. I think it's worth it. The only real burden is a couple extra wires in your pocket, because the amplifier is well built and only a few ounces. I've been having issues with a click sound when the audio starts or stops. The loud noise that comes from my phone is caused by the amplifier I use with it. I've found that turning down the gain on the amplifier to half can help with both of these issues.
Ti Lm358 is an operation amplifier. The Q3 is able to support decoding up to 512kbps, thanks to AKM's new efficient AK4462 VELVET SOUND DAC and XMOS XUF208. The high power and low distortion of theAAA Amps are due to the patented feed-forward error correction topology. You will experience subtle details and shocking swings in your music with the Q3. Multiple jacks for headphones. You can connect all kinds of headphones with the Q3's balanced and single-ended outputs. The 3.5mm headphone output port has 150mW (16, THD+N1%), 160mW (32, THD+N1%), and 19mW (300, THD+N1%). The input interface is a type-C. The compatibility of its solution is ensured by the certification of the USB-IF. Thesycon official driver is compliant with the specifications of the device class. The Q3 can be used as a computer accessory. It can decode up to 32 bits. No driver is required for use with a Mac computer, while a Windows driver is required from FiiO's website.
👤I bought this because my old portable DAC was cumbersome to use with my phone and was the last Micro-USB device in my travel kit. This allows me to ditch the micro cable, but also allows me to use a DAC/AMP without the Apple Camera Connector. I wanted a portable DAC/AMP that would allow me to play hard to drive headphones and not require a bunch of dongles, and this is it. There is a It's connected. This comes with a very hard to find item. The cable that works great is short. 3.5mm to 3.5mm is included with it. Whatever you use should be covered by what's included. You have a number of outputs that include 2.5mm, 3.5mm, and 4.4mm. There is a It also has a mesh carrying bag and rubber bands for attaching a phone to a player. There is a I do not have golden ears. It sounds very similar to my previous one. Both sound better than the Apple lightning. They drove my HD660Ss way into the realm of uncomfortable listening. There is a I purchased this so that I could listen to music while I'm away from my company's office or home. The amount of ports and cables make this a great piece of tech that I can use with my Mac or PC, and also pick headphones without having to remember a bag of adapters. If you don't think it will sound like a massive desktop setup, I think you will be happy with using this as a portable DAC/AMP. There is a I didn't like the feel of the knob. The bass boost makes things sound worse.
👤I purchased this with Apple doing full Lossless. I'm not sure if anything is taking advantage of it. You can force Apple Music to always play high-resolution files. It will give you a warning, which is what this thing should be. Apple music doesn't indicate that it's playing hi-Res when plugged into my Macbook pro. The light on my FiiO is blue. When I plug my headphones into my Macbook, Apple Music will play Full Dolby. The light on the device has only shown blue after I tried it with my new iPad pro. I need to do more testing, but it doesn't seem that any of my sources are passing it through at full quality.
👤I don't have a point of reference or anything to compare it to because this is the first portable amplifier that I bought. I like the accessories that come with it, but the main cable can't be replaced easily since fiio doesn't sell replacements. The cables are c to c. You just need to find a cable that has two right angle bends to route the cable properly. The rest of the cables are good, along with the little carry bag. There is a The device is sleek and small, but not as small as those clip on mp3 players. Think of it as similar to those thin metal battery packs that you can bundle up with your phone and you'll realize how small it is. There is a The connection options can be changed. If you connect anyusb cable to your computer, it will recognise it as a sound device. Changing the charge switch to off will keep your phone from trying to steal its battery. The output is limited to 2.5mm and 4.4mm by using the 3.5mm input. If you don't know what those are, use theusb c as the input. I wish the cable included was a bit more sturdy since it's the main cable used to connect your device. I see that the only cable they have is strsight, instead of right angle, and that they only have a replacement cable online. There is a I only have a few headphones that are good for testing, including the akg, Grado, SHP9500, and Sony WH- CH710N. Since my primary phone doesn't have a headphone jack, I had to use my computer and tablets. I can crank my headphones louder. I can't get my headphones loud enough to make them uncomfortable when plugged into the standard jack. This is a good thing for my hearing, but not the best for other things. I can barely go to max without hurting my ears with the amplifier. I have more control over the audio of my devices because of the extra headroom for volume. It is important to make sure your audio source is at max volume and to use the amplifier's volume knob to adjust your listening level. As far as being a dac. It's difficult for me to tell. If I was blind folded and you went back and forth between plugging it into the jack and the dac amplifier, there might be a difference I can't hear. I can't hear the sound, maybe it's cleaner or more defined. The device is more effective. I couldn't test the 2.5mm and 4.4mm balanced ports since my headphones don't support that function. I didn't want to spend money on headphones that didn't have the balanced cable because I would have to pay more for the headphones that I already own. Balanced output is better and more powerful. Is $150 too much for this thing? Is that correct? Sort of? If you have the headphones that benefit from more power and a decent quality dac, I say get it. If you have headphones with balanced cables, you can try to power them. If you just need to get your headphones back, a dongle is the easiest solution.
A simple user interface. It is lightweight and portable and can be carried. It's possible to make it possible to output a sound that is more real and less distorted. While the aluminum matt surface makes it durable, it provides a comfortable handheld feeling. It has a Rechargeable battery that allows it to stay working for more than 8 hours. It can be compatible with a variety of digital devices, such as mp3 mp4 mobile phone computer, which may lead to noise.
👤When the amplifier arrived, it was faulty, but Julie from Neoteck was kind enough to send me a new one. I'm very happy with the new one and the service from Julie. There is an update. I have to take three stars off because the replacement was not good. The sound stopped when I was listening to the music. The device had a red light when it was on. No luck trying to power it off. The power cable was disconnected and reconnected. The amplifier is dead. Julie from Neoteck was kind enough to give me a replacement and I won't return it. The service from Neotock is excellent but I think that buying the amplifier is a bit of a gamble, I have had two and both failed after a few days. There was an update on Sep 6th. The reason I had a poor experience with the amplifier was because I was listening to music while it was plugged into my PC via the charging cable and it was getting so much static and noise. I found it in a drawer and tried again. Same problem. The noise stopped when I unplugged the power cable. I have a messed up head. This is a really good little amplifier and a real bargain. Sound goes up to 11!
👤I was unsure if the amplifier would fill the bill. Boy! I was wrong. Even though it only outputs 40 kilowatts, it can blast your music with no distortion. I wouldn't use it for anything other than a headphones amplifier, but I was surprised it did a great job. The HD6 Mix headphones have an impedance of 150 ohms, which can be difficult for some cheaper amplifiers to drive to a decent volume, but this amplifier has no problems. Good job Neoteck! There is a I was an electrical engineer. I took a tour of the unit. The OPA604 operational amplifier ICs are from the venerable Burr Brown. It was tough and precise. It is designed for amplification. There is a The HD6 has a Hell of a bass floor that can be kind of boomy. When they were plugged into my PC, there was no volume. I bought this amplifier to combine with the MiniFBQ to take out some of the boom. I have been very pleased with both units. If you want to use the MiniFBQ, you'll need to get some adapters because it only has 1/2 inch and RCA jacks. If you use a good quality charging device, you can leave it plugged in all the time so you don't run out of juice. No noise, no hum. I'm using an old phone accessory. I tried plugging it into the PC and it was loud. Don't go there.
👤On 4/12/2018, it was purchased and delivered. There is a The unit was built well and worked well until today, when I noticed that it wouldn't work for long and would shut itself down. When I cycle the unit off and on again, it works for 5 seconds before the sound stops. It stopped 30 days after delivery. I only use it on long drives twice a week, but if I used it daily, it would be one thing. There is a This is not acceptable. I couldn't find any warranty info when I checked. I have seen that Neoteck has helped others who have failed. Hopefully, they will do the right thing for me as well.
Listen to a masterful audio performance. At this price point. You can disengage digital circuits by dividing the circuitry. The PMA-600NE is an integrated amplifier that powers the widest range of speakers (70W at 4 ohms) and reproduces audio with the utmost accuracy and superiority for a multi-dimensional sound experience. Digital connection and BluetoOth support extend your audio experience. There are 2 optical, 1 coaxial, and 1 pli input to connect a CD Player, turntables, and more. Pairs with your phone with a built-in amplifier. This amplifier is powered by the Denon Advanced High Current (AHC) single push-pull circuit power amplifier. The output audio is clean and rich. The Denon PMA-600NE has undergone rigorous testing and is a high-quality audio component. Modern design and sound quality are built to last.
👤Excellent value, great feature list, attention to detail in the design, step up in sound quality from my previous setup, is what I see at a glance. There is a Sound is subjective and relative, what gear are you familiar with? My previous units were vintage. I bought the PMA-600 to replace a Marantz PM750DC that had crackles in the left/right balance that I couldn't stand anymore, and I thought it sounded great, but I couldn't stand it anymore. I have a couple of 70s Fisher CA-2310 and KA-8300. Old gear develops problems over time in those tank-like units. This purchase is rare for me because I love vintage gear and try to buy used. I was tired of the amps that worked most of the time. There is a My speakers are built with Scan-Speak drivers and I have a sealed box sub that I built myself. I have several Grado Labs headphones, Audeze LCD-2C, a bunch of audio interface, and a Aune T1SE tube DAC. This is a good place to start giving a background of where I'm coming from. I started looking at the Denon PMA series after reading a thread at Head-Fi about integrated Amps which feature a good headphone amplifier. I like my audio to be dark and warm. Peaky, harsh resonance in the mids or highs is a deal-breaker for me because my hearing is on the sensitive end of the spectrum. This Denon has more "detail" than my previous one. The soundstage has more depth than the treble. I feel like the room has gotten bigger. The room I'm in is not ideal for listening to. The treble is more present than the Marantz and I'm sensitive about that, but it's not abrasive to me. This amplifier has given me a new sense of spaciousness. The Scan-Speak bookshelves that my Marantz drove sounded good, but they sounded better with the PMA-600 and their tone was much more clear. A veil has been lifted. Bells, pianos, rhodes, cymbols all sound better. I have a nice set of bookshelves and this amplifier has taken them to a whole other level. I hear new things in recordings. That's what you always hope a new piece of audio gear will do for you. There is a The Marantz had no sub output and the line-level was hot, so I was running speaker-level connections off one channel. I'm using the PMA-600's subwoofer output and it's a big leap up. The bass is patently better in all respects. The designers cared enough about the selling point of the amplifier to include "Analog Mode", which is a really cool feature. There's a click and a pause when you switch between input sources. There is a It would be great if it had an old-school "Loudness" mode. Since I have a Kenwood, I have "Loudness 1" and "Loudness 2." You can choose between 2 different settings, depending on what you're listening to. The Kenwood has a switch that lets the tone controls have different frequencies. I love to use that knob on that unit to liven up recordings that are dull. I'm not docking any points for the Loudness control on the PMA, but it would be nice if there were more EQ and Loudness options. They are trying to bring the price point down on this unit. The onboard DAC inside the PMA-600 seems to be a bit clearer and louder than my M-audio Fast Track Pro, so I decided to try it out. The Aune sounds sweeter when I hook it up. The T1SE is adding its own sauce in the form of tube warmth. I used my Audeze LCD-2C to swap between the Aune and the Denon with a consistent volume setting. The line out on the Aune feeds into the tube warmth into the Denon, so this is an apples-to-apples comparison of the headphones sections only. The Aune sounds slightly richer and clearer than it did before. If you want to use the Denon as a headphone amplifier, you should use headphones directly into it. I'm not sure how well it would drive something with high impedance since all my cans are under 100 ohms. 70 is the average of the 2C's values. There is a I feel it delivers plenty of power to my speakers, even though the power is 45W. I think it was not very hot, like 87 decibels. The amplifier can get them loud enough to please me. 1/3 of the way up on the volume control is getting too loud for me. I usually don't crank the volume too loud. I don't listen quietly either. I'm really happy with this purchase. I would recommend this amplifier.
Thesycon official driver is compliant with the specifications of the device class. The Q3 can be used as a computer accessory. It can decode up to 32 bits. No driver is required for use with a Mac computer, while a Windows driver is required from FiiO's website. Tubes made of aluminum. The power of the state. The sound is crisp. The Liquid Platinum is an embedded tube/ hybrid amplifier that gives you the beautiful sound of tubes together with the grunt of solid state circuitry to drive the headphones. It uses two tubes, such as 6DJ8s. There are single ended and banded incontinence products. The Liquid Platinum has multiple inputs and outputs for balanced and single ended operation and easy front panel input selection. It keeps its cool. The Platinum has two long, screened slots on either side of the top and bottom to make sure it is well cooled. The amplifier should have enough space around the vents and not in a sealed enclosure. You're protected. Liquid Platinum has a slow power on. After a short delay, it warms up the heaters first and then protects the internal circuitry during startup by bringing up the rails and tube HV. It also includes a connection delay to the headphones and an active offset detector, just in case an internal fault or source fault applies too much DC voltage to the output, it immediately disconnected your headphones.
👤I have been doing reviews on my purchases for the past two hours. I will finish this one quick because I'm a little burnt out. I'm tired because this amplifier deserves a well thought out and lengthy review. This goes. It was short and sweet. This is the best amplifier on the market. The schiit magni 3 is the only competitor. There is a The power is: 1) schiit magni 3 2) liquid spark and 3) atom. The build has liquid spark and atom sound quality very close to each other. I'm talking fractions that are close. Not even that noticable of a difference, but the atom is slightly better than the other two. The amplifier is all power and build quality, but lacks a clean sound. The schiit magni 3 might be your best choice if you have headphones that need a nuclear reactor to power them. The liquid spark is miles ahead of the magni 3 in sound quality. There is a tight race for the best budget amplifier. The liquid spark has more power, better build quality, and less clean sound than any other amplifier, so I have to give it the best budget amplifier award. This is a very impressive amplifier that drives almost all headphones. I can't tell you enough about what you are getting. Absolutely fantastic. You can't really go wrong with any of the three. If you are looking to buy a $100 Amp, I think you will find that all three of the Amps are great choices, but you need to think about your needs, and if you are a snob about your equipment, all three of the Amps are great choices. It comes down to this. If you want the absolute cleanest sound and don't care about power or build, then you should get the jds Labs atom. If you don't mind a clean sound and want heavy power, then you should get the schiit magni 3. If you want to meet somewhere in the middle and have the best of both worlds, then get this liquid spark. Hope this helps you make a decision. Enjoy my fellow audio lovers.
👤I've had the album for a couple of weeks. My main goal is to add another data point for those that may still be undecided. I was on the fence. Monoprice's first venture into serious headamps is not trustworthy. I was expecting a lot of reports of shoddy build quality, but it kept me from pulling the trigger. A huge thanks to the people that took the time to talk with me and push me over the edge. I think that moving up from the Schiit Lyr 3 meant that my DAC was also going from balanced use to SE use. That means that any improvements I hear may be a mix of the Amp and Gumby. I can't reliably distinguish between the two. Gumby A2 is all you can listen to. --Packaging The packaging of the amplifier I ordered from Monoprice was terrible. The amplifier is bouncing around all over the place because of a huge box with two packing bubbles. I was impressed with the box itself. It feels right for $700 or $770 now. Everything is packed inside a nice bag for the amplifier. I know, who cares? It's all about the sound. The big question here is value. $700 is a lot for someone like myself and I want to feel like the money was well spent. Monoprice has done well here. It feels like a high end product. Quality-- When the prototype pics were released, I thought it was hideous. It's nice in person. The case is well-aligned and everything feels solid. The dark gray on the front plate blends into the black body nicely, making the whole thing look very sleek. I don't know why the left and right balanced inputs are switched. When I heard the channels switched, I was shocked. I always tell my students to read before they answer a question. I was not able to read the L & R printed above the sockets. That's on me. The construction is made of metal and has a good weight. It feels like a lot. This is not a cheap toy. Tubes-- There is a The first time you install the tubes it will be difficult because of the tight sockets. The right tube went in without much difficulty. The left tube felt like it was against a wall. I realized the pins were crooked after I straightened them out. Things loosen up a little each time you swap the tubes out, but after 3 or so swaps everything is fine. It's not an issue because Tubes still take a little work to remove. Tubes are very easy to get in at this point. The stock tubes are very usable, but this amplifier responds very well to tube rolling. The stock tubes are clean sounding, but a bit dry. The sound is now dialed in perfectly to my preference after rolling some Amperex tubes. Sound-- This is a step up from the previous one. This isn't a critique of the Lyr. There is a The improvement in dynamics from the Lyr is obvious. The stage has been improved. The sound is very immersive and the instruments have their own spot in the mix. I don't think the soundstage is bad. I think it's decent compared to other Schiit offerings. The album is better. There is a Everything sounds natural and easy, without being boring. The sound is clean but not clinical. There is a What is the sound like in one word? Calculating. Enough said. Misc.-- This appears to be the biggest issue people have with this amplifier, but it's not an issue for me. You're stuck with 5x gain because there is no gain switch. I don't have a problem getting the volume exactly where I want it because it's smooth and accurate on the dial. I had the same experience with the Vali 2 and Lyr 3. Of course, YMMV. I only use the HD 650, so the more sensitive headphones will not have as much play on the volume knob. If this is an issue for you, it is worth your time to look into the methods. The sound of the amplifier makes it worth the extra expense. It runs hot. So what? It's not an issue. Conclusion There is a It seems like a good deal to me. I wondered if this would be a clear step up from the $500 and under category. It is. This is a re-design of the Liquid Crimson, which cost around $1500. The Liquid Platinum is a good deal. There is a It doesn't feel like much of a risk with a 5-year warranty because reliability is a question that remains to be answered. Upgraditis Status: Cured is the final conclusion.
The dual ESSES9038Q2M SABRE HIFI DAC Chips have a full decoding function. You can support DSD512 Native and the full decoding via theusb. 2nd Generation 16 Core XMOS XU216, 4-PIN-XLR, and 1300mW X2 Output Power as low as 0.00010%. The preamp applicaion includes the DAC. The phone and receiver are connected to the internet.
👤The value for money for the EX5 is amazing. I've used the optical,usb, andBluetooth inputs and they all sound great. I haven't used the input yet, but I don't think it's anything other than great. I can't add much to the other more comprehensive reviews other than to say that I have been using this for several hours per day since I got it and I really like it. I have a few points to make that I haven't heard before. Full use of the product 2 requires the remote control. The remote control doesn't come with batteries, you have to supply your own 2xAAA cells, and so far they are working great. I was not able to figure out what the problem was, the EX5 is picky about the ports. I have it working with both ASMedia and Intel, but there is one port on my board that doesn't work with the EX5 even though it does work with other devices. Suggestions for the next version if it wouldn't raise the cost too much. Automatic switch to inputs based on input starting to play When sound starts playing on another port 2, I would like to see the unit be able to switch from whatever current input is selected to a new port. It would be great if the input volume trim was adjusted. It seems that the input on my unit is quieter than the input on the other side of the world. 3. It would be nice to have one or two analog inputs, perhaps a 3.5mm input on the front, and aRCA on the back, since the headphone amplifier/preamp function is so high quality. It would be great if there was a way for the tinkerers to control the unit. There are a number of things that can be supported with a USB or i2s interface, such as on/off/volume adjustment, input selection, output selection, and so on.
👤I bought this as a potential upgrade from my previous purchase. I can't comment on the headphones or the device. The remote is different from what I am used to, but I think I will get used to it after a learning curve. The volume control is more intuitive and means no sound and 100 the highest volume. I used the outputs from the power amplifier to control the volume. I wanted this DAC to have more depth perception to the soundstage, as with the RCA connections, I can only use a tube buffer in the chain for that. A separate balanced DAC and additional balanced preamplifier are not a money saver. I have an old DVD player that has a digital coaxial output and a NEXUM tunebox that has an optical output. The optical input on my unit didn't work. The signal strength of the TB20 is normally displayed by a DAC, but the EX5 only displayed dash marks. It would play for a while and then stop. I didn't try to fix the problem, so it was a dealbreaker. The manual explained that if the signal was disrupted for more than a minute the sound would stop. Something I had never seen before. I think the problem is something Topping is aware of. Before the M200, the previous DAC worked, and the only issue was intermittent connection issues between the TB20 and my computer, but once connected, no issues with its signal to a DAC. Replacing the M200 back in the chain was a return to normal, no problem with the signal or the processing. There is a constant connection. I am aware of some reviews that claimed the Topping D30 has a superior soundstage but also an issue with it accepting signals from some CD player's digital outputs so that is not an option for me.
The hip-dac2 has been upgraded to give you a more pleasurable portable audio experience, it now is a full MQA decoder and has an upgraded clock. The headphones have a golden ratio of 96K/24Bit and native CS4344 chip, which is closer to the quality of HIFI. It's suitable for the use of headphones in the range of 8 to 250. TheOLED display screen will show five segments. The display screen of the amplifier provides an intuitive visual experience when you set or adjust the built-in 5-band EQ. Look at the different types of music. The portable headphone amplifier with power, which is provided by the portable headphone amplifier with power, makes it to use anywhere and anttime. Three special connection cables are used to connect Apple and Android systems. There are three audio connection cables for the current popular desktop computers, mobile phones, and platform computers. The blue and metal polished texture shell look great. It's very suitable for carrying at the same time.
👤Ol' Reliable... I plug in my iems and I'm ready to go, even though the rest of my crew has a different setup. I haven't seen the red light come on to indicate low battery. I've left this dude on for hours after sound checks, and it still does it's thing. It should be left on overnight. It will charge from dead to full in a few hours. I have the Bheringer p1 monitor pack and it's less expensive, lighter, and has a rechargeable battery. The material definitely feels cheap. It's still reliable after several months of heavy use.
👤The single channel model seems to have been discontinued or out of stock. The size of the combo jack is good, but the weight causes the clip to fall off of my guitar strap, so a bit of duct tape was used to fix that. At least for now. The single channel model would be great, it is smaller and lighter. The battery seems to hold up for at least 8 hours, but haven't tested to see how long it actually lasts. It will be relatively easy when the time comes for it to be replaced. Sound is decent and loud with earbuds.
👤I was a bit skeptical of the size because it looked too bulky to use in all the pictures and videos I had seen. I was surprised by how small this thing is. I use it for my guitar practice sessions because I have 5 kids at home, and a wife who doesn't always appreciate when I want to be loud with the guitar. It worked great, even plugging multiple effects in the loop. I don't do studio monitoring, but I have no doubts that my studio can handle what I throw at it, if it can handle my electric guitar with as many effects as I wanted to throw at it. Great device!
👤Sometimes I listen to music in my office, but I am an audio engineer. There is a I was looking for a portable dac/amp with an amplification system. The sound in my computer is very smooth. The sound quality is not great and the lack of power is what I expected. There is a The device has no heat or latency which could be good, but it could also mean that the chip does not work very well. I gave 3 points because the chip seems low quality or not working right. There is a Customer reviews are from another product. It's confusing.
👤This is a good product for practicing. I like to be able to pick up my bass, this interface, and a pair of headphones and play. This fits the Bill perfectly because I don't have an amplifier to plug into when practicing on the road. The volume is adequate and the rechargeable battery is a nice feature.
👤The DAC is very well made. It's perfect for PC or phone. The latest cell phones have ausb c to comment on. There are 5 bands on the display. The little DAC is energy efficient and pulls power from the sourse. The phone, rca and digital coxal are out. I like this divice.
Their worry-free 18-month warranty, and friendly customer service are what you get withPH06 Amp. The K5 Pro ESS headphones come with a high level of resolution sound and achieve new heights in sound quality. The XUF208 is a chip that can decode up to 512kbps and has a DSD128 input, and it also upports mobile phone communication. The K5 Pro ESS amplifier has a variety of inputs, with optical and coaxial inputs, which are convenient for connecting various music players and digital interface. The K5 Pro ESS portable DAC can be used with a variety of active speakers and has a variety of outputs. The K5 Pro ESS desktop amplifier can easily handle any low or high impedance headphones, with a total power output of up to 1.5 W under a 32 load and up to 20Vpp at 300. With the K5 Pro ESS portable headphone amplifier, you can adjust volume with ease without any noise or channel imbalances. It means that you could use headphones with all kinds of sensitivities.
👤It works great, easy setup, drives my headphones with ease, using a knob about half way up. Amazon Music knows the format setting. I would like to have the ability to dim or turn it off. I had to change my default format to 16-bit 44.1khz in Windows. You don't need to set it to 768khz anyways, because Windows only allows it to be set to 32-bit. Don't think there's a need for a workaround. A Windows limitation is not a problem with the DAC.
👤I upgraded to the K9 Pro and returned the unit. Why am I still giving it a rave review if I returned it? For the money, this is a great amplifier. There is plenty of power to your headphones. The layout of the unit is very straight forward and simple, with a large potentiometer that controls the power and volume. The source and flip switches are used for gain. The input for the headphones. A lightweight amplifier that performs well is very easy to use. I used this amplifier to drive my Audeze headphones and it provided a lot of amplification. I used the amplifier in low gain and it still got loud. There is a There are a few reasons I decided to upgrade to the K9 Pro. Being able to stream music from my phone was something I really wanted. I wanted to be able to use balanced cables. I was looking for a solution that would help reduce the noise while I was using the optical SPDIF input. My television is notorious for having all of those things, so I tried many, many solutions in order to mitigate that, including digital reclockers, different cables, HDMI extractors, etc, and what I landed on was the Fiio K9 Pro. This isn't a knock on the K5. This is a $200 amplifier. This review is a reason for me to explain that the K5 Pro would still be in my system even if I didn't want any of those things. Pro is a great value. This Fiio unit is a great value and it has a high quality sound.
👤Plug and Play on Linux is what this unit works well for. The sampling rate on Windows 10 has to be adjusted manually. There is a The volume control is digital so there is no imbalance. There is a The sound quality of the K5 Pro is great. Gain switch allows you to play highly sensitive IEMs and power high impedance headphones. It drives my stereo speakers. There is a The K5. Pro is not as heavy as you would think. There is no worry about it there. There is a I wish I'd bought this earlier.
👤I decided to try this to drive my HiFiMan He4XX. Does a great job. When I don't feel like using my headphones, I have these going to my sound bar. The quality and sound is good. The quality of the knob and switches is satisfying. Drivers plug and play on windows 11 pro. I did not install fiio software. There is a I wish it was a little heavier when I plug my headphones in.
The certification of Hi-Res Audio Wireless and LDAC can be found in the :DX3Pro+. It uses the newest QCC5125 chip to support the LDAC/AAC/SBC/APTX and APTX HD protocols. To get even better sound quality, they connect the digital signal from the built-in DAC of QCC5125 to the ES9038Q2M. The ultra low noise and distortion of the new DX3 Pro+ is due to the NFCA circuit. It pairs well with power hungry headphones. Pre-amplifier function allows for different usage scenarios, it has 4 output modes: Headphone Amp, Headphone Amp+ Line out, and Pre amplifier. PA3s has balanced inputs and is the best power amplifier. The balanced input can be used to input other audio sources. The output power of 80W x 2@4, 10%THD+N, 65W X 2@4, 1%THD+N can be adapted to most situations where speakers are used. The amplifier is powered by a headset. If you want to use the DX3 Pro+ as a headphone amplifier, you need to connect the phone, tablet or notebook to the wireless network and then connect the power amplifier, active speakers or headphones to the wireless network. You will get better experience if your device supports LDAC transmission.
👤I would love a metal case and balanced outs, but it might be nearly twice the price. I have made a number of audio purchases over the past 50 years and this is one of the best ones. It measures well and sounds great. Topping is an audio force to be proud of. Those selling mediocre gear for three and four times as much need to rethink their business model. It is very good.
👤The device is loud and powerful for most headphones. You can find the manufacturer's performance specifications from independent measurers. The knob and remote are good for controlling the unit. It makes it easy to switch between inputs. The support for LDAC and APTX HD is a huge benefit. The connection works perfectly. A great dac/amp.
👤I wanted something that would allow me to switch between my headphones without having to plug them in. This gives that. I decided to try this after reading the review. There is a There are two issues that are causing me to pack it up. There is a The power cord is 3 feet. I've used every other one at least 6 feet. It doesn't get to my power strip. It's short. There is a The volume knob is clicky with high tension and each click is adB. You have to turn and go from low to high. I prefer the standard volume knobs that go from 7:30 to 4:30, so I can turn it down quickly if I need to. I'm going to try the L30+E30 stack.
👤Finding a well-priced device that met all my needs turned out to be quite a challenge with all the tech we have today. There is a This device met all of my expectations. It was the perfect completion to my secondary bedroom setup, as it gave me high-quality optical in to the RCA out, with volume control, and was also compatible with the other devices in my bedroom. There is a This is the best for the price. I had some interesting quirks with the setup, but once I got it running, I was happy with it. It was perfect. There is a Five stars.
👤The sound is wonderful. Woke my headphones up and felt a big smile on my face. Initial impressions are fantastic, but I have yet to put it through its paces. I won't take a star off for this because it's not connected to function and the remote has scratches. I will reach out to the seller to see if they can resolve this.
👤Tiene para 6 db o 19 db, configurar es confuso porque.
👤There are improvements over the E30. 1 is built in bluetooth and supports LDAC. There is a headphone jack in the second picture. Volume adjustment in whole numbers. The knob has physical volume and power. It's easier to read the display. I wanted the most out of my E30. I used an external receiver and connected it through a cable so I could use my CD transport, but it took up my only input option so I couldn't use it. I now have that input freed up, and the DX3 Pro+ has 2 coaxial inputs. LDAC is supported by the bluetooth and it sounds great! It's already great to have it part of the device, because most LDAC capable bluetooth separates start at $80. LDAC is just the cherry on top of the cake, since it eliminates the hassle of extra devices, plugs, or wires, and I use it most of the time for my music. I didn't think I'd ever use the jack. When I wasn't using my speakers or BTR5 for music, I mostly plugged my IEMs into my PS5 controller, but was always annoyed by the hiss with every input of the controller. While playing PS5 using an extension cable and the DX3 Pro+ was a revelation. It sounded cleaner and clearer, with no background noise or hiss. This was a far cry from my experience with the headphone jack on the Rega IO. The dualsense is compared to a dedicated DAC/AMP. Most people will be distracted by the convenience of the nearest jack. This has replaced my Fiio BTR5 when I choose headphones over speakers. If headphones were to be the main use of this unit, it would be worth it alone. The device comes with an actual power plug and not just a USB cable in which you would have to supply a wall charger. Very nice. This was a very personal one for me. The E30 had a .5db increment. The DX3 Pro+ only displays numbers for the majority of the volume range. Half the clicks and twice the speed are required to reach your desired volume. It only changes to.05db. When you are close to full volume. The D50s were anything lower than -50db, and the E30 only went to whole numbers when it was less than -60db. I think it looks cleaner on the display. On the days I lose my remote, the knob is great. It is more practical on a desk when you will be adjusting the volume. The knob can change inputs by pressing or holding it in. The volume adjustment serves its purpose wonderfully and has nice clicks. I like to have backup ways to control my equipment. The display is larger and easier to read than the E30. The brightness has been raised. The units have a choice of brightness. The equivalent of the E30 at brightness 2 is the DX3 Pro+. The blue colored inputs are much brighter and easier to read than the other inputs. The E30 is slightly offset, but the numbers on the display are perfectly centered. It helps achieve a more balanced look for those of us who want everything to be centered. There is a I was not expecting to switch from line to headphones. This device doesn't switch over to headphones when there are headphones plugged in, unlike a lot of units I've used in the past. I can always have a headphones extension cable plugged in and routed to my seating position, so I can switch from headphones to speakers whenever I need to. At the same time, you can run both headphones out. I have no regrets aboutUpgrading from the E30 because of the functional advantages listed above. I can't see why new buyers would want the E30 over the Pro+. Current E30 owners can decide if they want to keep the 5 points above. Hats off to Topping for offering more features and a better value for less money. I didn't want to compare the sound of this to the E30, and I'm happy not knowing my official verdict. The functional improvements are worth it to me, but a visit to ASR to see the measurements of this unit would show you that it does its job and does it well. I will leave it at that and just enjoy what I hear. Highly recommended! There is a The orange numbers on the DX3 Pro+ are more orange in person than on the picture because of the 1.3s exposure.
The audio is streamed with the highest level of detail and fidelity. The Q4 can fit with most home audio systems, but it does not support a microphone. A built-in Hi-fi headphone amplifier chip can drive most headphones with 16 to 200 Ohm impedance. A true plug-and-play digital audio adapter is easy to set up and install. 160mWRMS can be used as a volume controller for your computer. The mini compact D/A is safe for your audio system. There is an 18-month warranty on the optical cable and 5V power supply cable.
👤It's the same thing. If you're looking for the best DAC for music at this price, look elsewhere. This may be the best thing for you under $250 if you're in it for a DAC for general use. Update after nearly five months! I start with the good. Those knobs. It drives me crazy, all the people who use the devices insist that there's only one way to listen to things. If you want more bass, you should get more headphones. I don't make money and my collection still needs more variety. There is a I budget, but I'm all over the place. I have earbuds in my drawer. If you're on a low budget, there's a few Sony MH755s, Zero Audio Carbo Mezzo, and those Action Pies. There is a The Zero Audios work best with this DAC. I was surprised that the Zero Audios were not my favorite to begin with, but with this DAC they really shine. FiiO has some of my favorites so far, but I prefer other budget DACs for clear music and a good soundstage. The FiiOs are just boxes. They don't have knobs. The bass and treble knobs are kept at 75% of their total capacity. If I'm going to watch a movie, rewatch a movie, or something, I'll turn the treble knob down to 50%, and crank the bass up to about 90%. You feel like you're in a movie theater, and I just love it. There is a This isn't the best DAC for the highest quality music, but it is a good one for someone who wants to tinker with the sound, and has a high priority for how they modify their sound for movies and video games. This is a great example. The rifle in Far Cry 5 is loud. The only way to turn down the music in that game is to have bad sound control. I decided to lower the volume to 25% so that I could keep my volume where it was. The knobs can be useful. The only other one I know of that would do this well is the company name. $200 is the price for the Schiit Equalizer, and that thing alone. It's an equal opportunity. You would have to buy a DAC on top of it. There is a Maybe that's the best way to market this, as a gaming DAC, because I feel like the gaming community will appreciate this product more than the hardcore music community. There is a I'm not saying that gaming is bad, I'm just saying that they tend to be more in it for the maliable experience that pushes whatever media they are taking in more. I was immersed. They don't care if it looks good on paper, they care that it makes the experience more intense. There is a This DAC is half the price of some of the sound cards I see people buying and it can add that, but without the horrible distortion you'd find on gaming sound cards. There is a It's a simple little plug and play that looks nice on the shelf, does more than you'd expect, and doesn't break the bank. There is a If you want audio that sounds better than the bad thing you currently have but you don't need the best, then just buy this sucker. After almost five months, I've decided to pair this with the 1MORE Triple Driver in ears, and I'm very pleased with it. Absurdly bassy, but very little distortion with that combo. I've decided to raise this thing to a 5 star because I'm in listening bliss. I can't think of a part or accessory that has done anything for my computer. There is a I swear the title doesn't say "gaming DAC" anymore, and I know I said so, but it's not really a gaming DAC, it has weird sound positioning features. This does not have features involving audio enhancements. If you enjoy listening to great audio, this will be great for games. It doesn't have the usual features. I wouldn't want any special audio features for competitive games. I don't want anyone to think it has audio features when it doesn't. There is a This is still being used in February of 2022.
The portable design will keep your music going for up to 8 hours of battery life, and a slim, lightweight design is perfect for carrying in your pocket. You can listen to any song in any format you want, with native digital to analog conversion, if you choose. You can listen to in ear monitors or drive over the ear headphones with 400 mW max power output from the on-board amplifier. It works with balanced 4.4mm or S-Bal 3.5mm headphones for ultimate convenience and flexibility. The hip-dac2 has been upgraded to give you a more pleasurable portable audio experience, it now is a full MQA decoder and has an upgraded clock.
👤It's referred to as the TLDR. It is worth the money to listen to Apple Music with HiRes Lossless audio. Let's start with bad parts. The genius who came up with the maleusb input should have tried all the devices and costs. I could have used my existing fast charging cable instead of using the new version's audio input. I have a lot of cables and connections but they are useless for connecting to the phone. I bought a non-apple lightning to theusb connection but it was too big to fit. I used two of the twousb connectors in image 3. The looks ugly but gets done. 2. It was easy to connect to my MacBook. Apple Music was bad when I chose the hi-res Lossless option. It was not a Dac issue, but a MacBook issue. I had opened up a ticket but no one responded. Two stars are gone when you spend close to $200 bucks. There is a The Apple Music HiRes Lossless on iPhone with this Dac and HiFiMan will blow your mind. If you pick a true HiRes Lossless track, it will enhance your music experience. It still sounds better if you listen to lossy audio. There is a The power match will open your headphones. I use this to watch or listen to music. It was worth every penny. The Hip Dac is a good combo if you have invested in decent open back headphones. My setup is a desktop setup and not a true mobile so I didn't mind the dongles as they produce the result I expected.
👤I have a well known high end $1,700 DAC/Player that stopped playing, so I needed to send it in for repairs. I wanted to keep playing my music so I connected my old HipDac1 to the phone. It was ok, but not as good as my player. There was an improved HipDac 2. I thought I would give it a try while I waited for my player to be fixed. I don't think I'll go back to my expensive player because the sound is so clear and powerful. The HipDac 2 sound is more robust and lively than I've heard before, and it's even better with more Bass and less detail in some music. This is the real deal, amazing high end sound at a true bargain.
👤The only cure is more cable. There is a The cables are not easy to use. You have to carry a dongle with you if you want to use a female port. Maybe that won't bother you. It made me angry. The FiiO Q3 has a better implementation where you can turn off the charging if you don't want it. There is a Sound quality is good. The XBass button works well.
👤Adquir el DAC/AMP, mucho revisar y comparar, por todas las prestaciones, versatilidad y calidad. There is a Sin embargo no produce estridencias ni superposiciones contundentes, auncuando en algunos. Para to, prestaciones es perfectamente capaz de mover. IEM y overear, gracias a un posiblidad de generar mayor ganancia con solo apretar un botn. There is a Su terminacin es una sesin de materiales, con una carcaza de aluminio color naranja. There is a La duracin de su batera es excelente. Aclarar, nunca llegu a pasar del 50% de ganancia de volumen por ser insoportable. There is a El factor extra bass ser apreciable para algunos, no tienes para NADA. No es realmente obligatorio y debo confesarlo, soy amante de los buenos y profundos sub graves. There is a Las voces e instrumentos. El rango medio suenan increblemente para el aparato, sin perder la naturalidad y de cierta manera la precisin. There is a En la parte de los altos debo confesar tienen una extensin bastante. There is a Los nicos quizas seran. 1. No venga includa en el paquete; 2. Esto es porque para eso. The iFi goes. No tanto a ultraportabilidad, HipDac V2 est mas orientado a entornos "desktop travel". No viniesen por ejemplo, para ser mas estéticos, no trenzados de los IEMs.
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