The product has a 12 months replacement warranty. Quality power products and excellent customer service are what they focus on. The SABRE 9018Q2C is a portable Hi-fi sound system. Professional reviews around the web praise its price, size, soundstage and great sound across bass, mids and treble. Plug-and-play connection is not compatible with the iPad or iPhone. Ultra portable, no batteries or slim design lets you connect to your phone or tablet and take it anywhere. HI Res Audio can play audio files up to 32 bits and up to 11.39 GHz.
👤I used it as an external DAC for my PC for a long time. The sound is beautiful. I finally got to use my PC DAC for listening to music on my phone after I got my permanent PC DAC. It cuts in and out with the most minimal movement. I have to find the perfect position and not move for it to work. It cuts out if a light wind touches it. The cable is the worst quality, but the DAC seems to be of great quality. I can use cheap $10 USB DACs as a temporary fix, and I can take them to the gym, run, and wrestle with them, and the cable never cuts out.
👤I'm very nervous right now. I will update once I have more experience. The cable is already shorting out, I had mine for less than 2 weeks. I have not been at an angle over 180 degrees for the cable. I have a replacement on order. The audio is great and I was able to flash the low impedance firmware. If the cable keeps failing, sound quality doesn't matter. I replaced the unit after talking to the manufacturer. They told me that there were some problems with these. They told me to buy a second and return the first. This one has held up after getting it back.
👤First off, I understand that the system is separated. One MQA decoding will take place in an MQA component 24bit/ 96kHz then the unfolded signal can be further processed up to 320kHz by the second component. The coppertone triangle is on the MASTER over MQA tracks in the Tidal version. Corporate greed knows no boundaries, so we have to somehow get around the 44.1kHzusb out Android bottleneck. You can get an in app MQA license for an extra $3 if you use UAPP, which circumvents the system decoding. The phone has to have an extra pin in it's host mode to be able to use theusb c to female A cable. There is a The arias from Anima Sacra come to life on my xDSD in phenomenal detail, it's what comes to mind. MQA is frowned upon in the audiophile world, but it is real world high definition way above the average. How will I be able to enjoy such beauty if I don't have the xDSD? There is a There is a micro-USB patch cable inside the iPower Low Noise PSU. All of my Squeezebox Touches are powered by these.
👤Ich war lange unschlssig, was I. Im Prinzip ist alle anderen Angebote, um mobil damit. Man ist die Problem hervorragend, und she ist gute Soundqualitt. The Honor20 Pro and Sony InEars XBA-N3AP are in the Poweramp Pro App. Es ist die normaleusb-C Sound und dieser digitalen Variante. Wer bei Handys, solch the DAC Verstrker! There is a trotz des relativ hohen Preises!
👤Sound quality is good. There is a It does at least as well as a Dragonfly Red. Enough Power for a Beyerdynamic to reach painful levels. There is a This little fellow can change everything if you use an ermine. There is a It is amazing for its size. There is a I had a problem with computers and mobile phones. If I attached the device to my phone and then turned it 180 degrees, it would fail. There is a Fail means it would be useless and you would need to replug it. Is it possible that you just got a bad device?
Improves your headphones' sound. The sound is exceptional and the audio is very low power. It supports in-line volume control and microphone function headphones. The SABRE 9018Q2C is a portable Hi-fi sound system. Professional reviews around the web praise its price, size, soundstage and great sound across bass, mids and treble. Plug-and-play connection is not compatible with the iPad or iPhone. Ultra portable, no batteries or slim design lets you connect to your phone or tablet and take it anywhere. HI Res Audio can play audio files up to 32 bits and up to 11.39 GHz.
👤For a week or two, worked. One ear went out. Poor materials/construction are what it is. If I jiggle the jack and hold it in a certain way, I can hear something. Something is loose inside. Reviewers are reporting the same issue. I've not left the house because of COVID-19. The device hasn't seen the outside of my house before. If it can't make it past a week inside a house, how will this hold up? The sound on my MDR-V6/MDR-7506 wasn't completely improved. This product is not ready for prime time. I got a better improvement on my headphones by purchasing $30 new pads, instead of the nearly $200 Amp/DAC. My headphones work well in my MacBook. My phone came with a cheap earphone jack.
👤The sound quality of this little device is amazing. I love it when it works. The device stops working at random and I have two issues with it. This happens a lot when I lock andunlock my computer. I have to plug theusb back in to register it again. Sometimes it will happen for no rhyme or reason. The bigger issue is the poor quality of the headphones. I have multiple earphones that only register one side. You can get the other side if you fiddle with it. It is difficult to get the right and left channels to register.
👤I've used it to drive all my headphones, and it has no noise floor. The Final Audio E4000s, Meze 99 Noir, and Sennheiser 6XX are included. Sound signature is neutral, don't expect it to make your headphones sound better than they are. One of the reviewers had a dud or knockoff, the device is very solidly built with no wiggle from the jack with any cables, or sounds that come out of the headphones when trying to wiggle it. I have no concerns about the build quality of the device I have owned for a year. There is a It's a DAC that uses a power source that isn't plugged in. These are susceptible to noisy/poor power sources. The audio cutting out issue that the other reviewer is experiencing is likely the issue. My computer has the same issue, however it is completely solved by running the device off a dedicated power source. I have had similar issues with audio cutting out when using other sources of audio on my computer. There is a I highly recommend the device to anyone looking for a quality device. I got it for less than the current price at the time of writing this review.
👤I use the sound quality of the Spectra X to drive my headphones with my phone. I also use it with my Shure 846 iems. The monitors are amazing when used by themselves, but the Spectra X has given them an extra boost. Delivery was amazing. It doesn't have its own volume control. I am not concerned about this. I ordered it from the USA on Sunday and it was delivered to me in the UK on Wednesday. It is amazing! Thank you.
The SABRE 9018Q2C is a portable Hi-fi sound system. Professional reviews around the web praise its price, size, soundstage and great sound across bass, mids and treble. Plug-and-play connection is not compatible with the iPad or iPhone. Ultra portable, no batteries or slim design lets you connect to your phone or tablet and take it anywhere. HI Res Audio can play audio files up to 32 bits and up to 11.39 GHz.
👤I decided to use a DAC to amplify the sound of my phone because it isn't typically known for its sound quality. I was very disappointed when I went with a Dragonfly Red, it was very quiet and didn't sound good. The NextDrive Spectra is entered. The right amount of power is supplied by this DAC to run my cans. The two sound lovely, but I notice that one of them has a warm sound that some might find too bass-heavy. I like it because my ears are sensitive to high frequencies. It works well with GT-3 earbuds. The form factor on the NextDrive is really nice. It is not as clunky as the Dragonfly stick. It gets hot, but no hotter than the Dragonfly Red. I like that the cable is braided, it seems like I will be using it a lot. I wish they would make a version of this DAC that is compatible with the new standard ofusb-c since it is a bit difficult to get an accessory. Five stars for sure.
👤I am writing a review and listening to NextDrive. I listen to music on a daily basis. 7 hours a day makes the music sound better. It's hard to tell the difference, but there is a difference. It has a different sound. Smoother. It's easier on the ears.
👤I needed a small portable device for 3 months while I was overseas. The Bose SoundLink Mini is in my MacBook. My entire CD collection is stored as FLAC files on an external 1TBusb drive, and my music is full resolution (44.1 KHz/16 bit). I'm using Roon to play music. The hard drive and the DAC are plugged into the external hub. I'm connecting the Bose SoundLink to this cable. The setup works well. There is a The NextDrive Spectra worked perfectly. I used the Roon app to select it as the output device. Didn't need to mess around or load drivers. The sound quality is wonderful and I'm picky. It's hard to believe how small the device is. When I return from my trip, I will test it with some high resolution files.
👤I use this with my computer in my car. It has a nice sound. It doesn't obscure the details. It's not as detailed as more expensive units. It's similar to the Ifi audio Nano black. You could definitely hear more detail from the Ifi audio xdsd. $400 is a lot so it better have more detail. The unit in my car sounds too bright for me. I have to turn the treble down. Sometimes it would sound great but sometimes it was too sharp for me. I prefer a warm sound and I'm in my 60's so you may have a different experience. It is quite charming for the price and my systems.
👤I have other dacs. I need this to work for my new nvidia shield pro that doesn't pair with ldac. I tried a few other dacs that didn't work. There is a My hope was that this was as good as they said it was. I wouldn't be using a windows driver. Plug and play on the phone. I updated the software on a windows machine. There is a What about the results? I solved the problem. The only issue is that the soundscape is not as good as other dacs. It could be a number of factors. It's good enough for me to be happy compared to the sound garbage that was coming out.
High-end making material and craft: using gold-plated sockets, original nichicon electrolyticCapacitor, original DALE resistors and precision ring resistance. Customer service was prompt and courteous. STUDIO GRADE PORTABLE DIGITAL ANALOG CONVERTOR WITH MQA: BOLT delivers studio sound on the go from any mobile device across all listening formats. It supports streaming for unparalleled fidelity in portable audio. It is compatible with all of the above. Extra or third party apps may be required for MQA support. The artist and engineers intended the recording to be heard for better-than-CD audio resolutions, so the highest fidelity sound was rendered. You can stream MQA content from a number of websites. It's a Certified MQA. There is a 3.5mm Headphone Output that can support the playback of PCM files with sampling rates up to 384 kHz or DSD files with sampling up to 5.6MHz. The 3.5mm audio jack is compatible with wired headphones and speaker systems. There is a note. If you don't have a 3.5mm input jack, you need an accessory. Amplified audio output and headphone output level matching will increase the audio output in devices with combined audio output. Headphone output level automatically sets the level for 150 ohms. The ThX CERTIFIEDAUDIO OUTPUT is exclusive and designed for low-bandwidth distortion. Unlike other mobile MQA-DAC designs, the HELM BOLT physically isolates the DAC from theusb port for improved EMI isolation and uses a three-sorrow design for superior frequency lock with dramatic improvements over single-sorrow designs.
👤This review is for people who own quality headphones or earbuds. The Helm Audio Bolt is useless if you don't. There is a The sound quality boost is worth it if you plan on using it with your laptop. I don't know if it's worth it. It's close enough. It definitely made a noticeable and pleasing difference using my Shure SE 535's on my Asus: deeper bass, better instrument separation, a bit clearer and a wider soundstage. This is a different beast than using it with a phone, as I will explain in a moment. The Helm Bolt doesn't work well with the app, the volume is too low, and there's nothing to do about it. I have a lot of issues with this and I will list them here, but I think it works great with Tidal if you install UAPP, which costs about $10. 1. I don't like Tidal. Though they technically have more songs, a large number are repeats and if you listen to any genera that tends to have a lot of remixes, Tidal's selection is far worse than the one on Spotify. There are other reasons I don't like Tidal. 2. You have to use the User interface to get the benefit on the Helm Bolt. UAPP is a messy and sometimes frustrating place to play music. 3. MQA is not better than the highest sound quality. Most of the time, I preferred the track on the same platform as I preferred the MQA tracks. It's not any better, it's just different and often means less bass and less "energy". 4. Don't pay for Tidal HiFi. I can't stress this enough. It isn't worth it. Only about one fourth of my library has MQA as an option, even if it was better. A lot of Tidal's tracks are not MQA. You'll be paying an extra $10/month for something that doesn't improve how a song actually sounds, and it's frustrating because it often isn't available for a lot of your songs. You can use it for free for 30 days if you don't believe me. 5. Volume can't be changed via the in-line controls. I can play/pause and skip songs, which is nice. There is a If you like Tidal and don't mind the interface on UAPP, the Helm Bolt is a great tool. If you're like me, the only reason you're looking for a product like this is because the manufacturers are doing away with the 3.5mm jack. If this is the issue you're trying to solve and you don't want to switch from Spotify, I have a few options for you. The Sony Xperia phones are awesome, they have a 3.5mm jack, and they care about quality sound, so if you want to buy one, you should. 2. Wait for the streaming service to offer support for the digital audiocassette. 3. You can buy a few cheapusb-c to 3.5mm Most of them get the job done, even though they are not great and only last two weeks to two months. 4. I'm not a big fan of the options. The IEM's that are used by companies like Westone can be mounted on a wireless device. There is a This review is applicable to any higher-end DAC, be it the Dragonfly/Red/Black, the Helm Audio Bolt or any other. The sad truth is that at the time of writing this review, listening to the service with wired earpieces on a high-end flagship phone is a nightmare. I'm going to keep the product because the sound quality on my laptop is enough to not send it back. It doesn't do the job I wanted it to. I want a Sony phone by October of 2021 and will upgrade to the Shure SE 846's if the streaming service doesn't support DAC's soon. Hope this helps someone.
HI Res Audio can play audio files up to 32 bits and up to 11.39 GHz. Plug and play the 3.5mm tousb C tousb C tousb C tousb C tousb C tousb C tousb C tousb C tousb C tousb C tousb C tousb C tousb C tousb C tousb C tousb C tousb C to The sound is high quality. Sampling rate at 44, 48, 96Khz and 24-bit incoming Bit stream on the left and right channels. Dac connects to any headphones via a 3.5mm cable. The chip/module is high quality and has perfect acoustics. You get a hassle-free warranty and lifetime customer service from the company. Improves your headphones' sound. The sound is exceptional and the audio is very low power. It supports in-line volume control and microphone function headphones.
👤The combo of headphones andamps is great. The fiio A3 portable amplifier sounds better for the money. It has stronger and clearer bass boost settings. The price of a Fiio A3 and way easier to travel with is only 3rd of the price of the syba dac/amp. This does the job without a power supply or cable. It only sips the battery of my phone. I think this level of audio quality doesn't affect battery drain. It's efficiency has impressed me. There is a When I connect my over the ear headphones with my smart phone, my portable audio has improved. I would rather use this than a portable headphone amplifier, even when I use my phone at home. All of my headphones are between 120 and 32 ohms. If you have headphones that are at least 300 ohms, the Syba should still work. I don't own or have high impedance headphones to test with, but the description on the box it came states it works with headphones up to 600 ohms. There is a The safe and secure packaging of the Syba was shown in the two pics I posted. I have a blue pen that I use to show how small the amplifier is. I have a case on my phone that extends into the type C connector. There are cases on the phone. The most convenient plug is this one. You can get it. 5 stars from me. It's worth the price.
👤I was not expecting much but I have been pleasantly surprised by this unit. I have a lot of things. I thought I would try after reading some good reviews of this DAC. I like that it is small and portable. The sound is very good and there is a sound shift when selecting the options. It has a good increase in volume and you can hear a boost in Bass and Treble. For this price, you can't have everything, so I would have liked to see a companion app to give more detail control on the EQ. You can do some fine tuning if your phone or laptop has a decent sound. It sounds decent, there is a slight background to it, but it is not over bearing and you have to listen for it to pick it up. You can hear that this unit is pushing more power than the average one. I have not noticed any drain on the phone's battery despite the power requirement.
👤I used a B&W C5 II to test these on my phone and laptop. The sound is very dynamic with the mids slightly forward, which is fine with me. It could be a little bit easier. Unless you are willing to pay a really expensive DAC, dynamics is the price you pay. The small/ cheap DACs tend to be a little rough around the edges. It's better than the built-in DACs in both the phone and computer. It's also better than other DACs that I've heard before. The built-in amplifier is silent and clean. It's powerful and will give you more volume than you need. It's good for big headphones. It's a no-brainer to upgrade.
The design is compact and can be used as a powerful headphone amplifier or to improve sound quality. The volume adjustment only works on headphones. When the DAC-X6 is working, the headphone and RCA output will emit sound at the same time. You can turn off your speakers if you need to. There are a variety of input and output modes, including PC-USB, optical fiber, coaxial three inputs, and output mode with a 6.35mm headphone port. The mini amplifier chip uses OPA2134PA+6120A2+CS398+SA9123+OP275G to provide a strong guarantee for tone input and output. Two special opamps designed for audio are used in the audio decoder. The op amplifier can be upgraded. Relay protectors can protect the headphones and speakers. It's perfect for music because it brings you great music enjoyment. It is good for gaming. Can be used with dolby atmos.
👤Please disregard the negative review that refers to the "USB output not working." This is not an output. No. This is a device that converts digital to analog signals. It converts a digital signal to an analogue signal. A digital to analog conversion is needed for ausb output. It is like saying that my vacuum doesn't blow. The price is fantastic with this DAC. Sweet mids, tight bass, crisp highs. The build quality is very good. It's a good weight, solid build, switches and pot are sturdy. The writing is laser engraved. It has nice rubber feet and a blue cord. There is a My tests were done with files from a Mac Air. The device was recognized by my Mac. This amplifier was able to power my Neumann NHD 20s at 150 ohms and my Beyerdynamic 770 Pros at 700. Why am I testing a $65 DAC with $500 headphones? I don't have an answer for that. Enjoy!
👤I gave it 5 stars because of the price and the audio performance that punches a bit above its weight, but I have to say that the price and the audio performance were the main reasons I gave it 5 stars. I decided to review this DAC because I listen to a lot of self-powered speakers on my desktop PC. I am not a fan of headphones. The Edifier S3000 are the speakers I am using. The Edifier R2000DB's, the Edifier R1850DB's, the Edifier S350DB's, and the JBL 1 Series 104's are pro's. I have 5 to 6 other DAC units that I switch back and forth with the help of the most excellent manual. The audio switcher is sold on Amazon. Audioquest Pearls, Kabel Direct cables, and Amazon basics cables were used. Blue jeans cables LC-1's were the best cables. I added the iFi Purifier 3.0usb conditioner which cleans up and reclocks your dirtyusb lines. I spend a good 6 - 8 hours a day working, communicating, and photo processing in the program. Classical, big band, jazz, Latin jazz, and other larger orchestral styles are some of the music I listen to while there. I'm serious about the quality of the music. You can enter the FX-Audio X6. If I'm an audio engineer, why would I buy a budget unit? It's simple, and involves cost vs performance ratio measurements. I wanted to see how cheap you can get and how good your sound is. I also purchased another SABAJ D3 at the same price, which I enjoy. There are some interesting comments that can be made. The FX Audio X6 has a great sound quality, but at the same time it has a laid back sound stage, and that sense of "immediacy" that transports you to the live performance. The SABAJ unit has a more up front sound and although it also has a good depth profile, the FX Audio's depth goes further back from front to rear. I cannot fault either unit for the good image they have. Sometimes the image on the audio can be a bit strange, but only rarely. The violin on the left of the stage sounded unnatural in one recording, when compared to the rest of the musicians playing the piece. When I played the same piece through both my Schiit Modi 3 and the SABAJ D3 DAC's, it sounded great and the instrumental placement was where it was supposed to be. Bass reproduction was excellent with tight bass. Bass Transients were tight, but presented a bit further back on the soundstage. The other units I use had a better sound quality. The Soundavo HP-DAC1 is the only one that I have that has a more laid back signature. The mids and highs of a symphony orchestra are exceptional and the full chorus is presented with both weight and clarity, unlike some other DAC's I've tried in the past. I added the iFi Purifier 3.0 to the mix and it sounded even better. There is a Any good audio gear benefits from a warm-up/break-in period. The sound I heard when I first turned it on was not as warm as it is now. Don't make any judgements until your unit has been warmed up for a few days. It can make a world of difference if I keep my DAC's on all the time. It has been my experience that most budget DAC's sound a bit bright or harsh when you first turn them on. Give it some time. I think there are almost 100 or so budget DAC's out there. Don't assume that budget equates to below standard as that is not the case. The likes of the SABAJ D3 and the FX AUDIO X6 are excellent units that can be had for less than $100. It's very close. Many budget DAC's sound very familiar. As time goes on, the units become broken and small differences begin to arise. The SABAJ units and the AUDIO were examples of this. They are pretty much the same except for the depth scenario. There is a When I buy or evaluate different DAC units, I usually sell them, but the SABAJ D3 and the FX AUDIO X6 are worthy keepers, and will stay in my system. The sound of my Edifier S3000Pro speakers is absolutely amazing, and I am listening to Beethoven's Piano Concerto 5. I feel like I'm in the symphony hall. Isn't that one of the best ways to compliment a unit? I can only discuss my experiences with my system with YMMV.
Eight independent input channelsLevel and tone controls on each channelBalanced XLR and 1/4" unbalanced line inputs on each channel 48 Volt phantom power on XLR inputs with DIP switch for each channelBalanced TRS main output jack with master level controlRCA-type pre-fade output Dongle is a multi-function item. You can listen to music and answer phone calls with the help of this smallusb-c to aux adapter. The sound quality is hi-fi. You can get higher fidelity sound from this c to aux adapter, it is compatible with up to 24bit/ 96Khz. The relief strain design makes this adpter much more durable, as it can stand 15000+ bending tests. They provide a friendly customer service and a usb c to 3.5mm adapter.
👤I would give this jack 10 stars. This is a better device than my desktop device. I've been testing all day on various music sites. The sound of the music is amazing, no matter the genre I play. I can't say enough about this device. I use this between my phone. My audio-technica reference headphones. Hats off to the engineers who designed it. There is a The fit into the phone is very tight and secure.
👤I didn't want to get rid of my Bose earbuds since I have a S20 which doesn't have an ear bud jack. I thought it would be a decent solution. They seemed to do well at first. They started cutting in and out after a few months. Very disappointed.
👤This can be used on the SAMSUNG GALAXY S20. The adaptation did not fit into the plot. It was very filthy! I bought my 1st one last week and didn't read it, but I thought it would work on the S20. It will be going to the post office today.
👤Really disappointed. I don't understand why the reviews are so good, maybe I just got a bad product. I was very excited to purchase this for my S20+, which has amazing audio quality, after reading other reviews. I needed this for the audio jack in my car. The sound is average when it is working, but it is great when it is working. The audio is disrupted or disconnected by movements. I've plugged this into my car, my speaker, my computer and it's the same issue. Even if I'm breathing and the cord is touching my torso, the audio won't be disrupted. This is a piece of garbage from Walmart. You can save yourself a lot of headaches by buying the official one.
👤I'm annoyed that this product needs to exist, but I think this is an outstanding digital audio conversion. The sound quality on the Note was crystal clear. The braided and rubber reinforced cable gives it added strength. It's easy to find in my gear bag with the bright red color. Highly recommended.
👤I got this for my phone. It sounds amazing when it works. The problem is that it randomly cuts out and stops working at the point where it's not worth it.
👤I bought it because I didn't have to bring my device to work. I didn't expect much from this in regards to its' capabilty. I noticed a difference in audio quality when I used it with my phone and laptop. This is a huge upgrade compared to the one supplied with the Pixel 3. The sound is more full, the quality is better, and the highs and lows are more noticeable. I only use 3.5mm apple earbuds, but they opened up so to speak. It was an immense difference when I tested it with my headset. The audio quality from my computers and phone has increased for when I need to use ausb C, and the cable is heavy duty, so I don't think it will mess up anytime soon.
There are on-the-fly audio adjustments. Get your enemies before they get to you with their Footsteps Enhancer EQ mode. Sound blaster command app can be used to manage audio settings on-the-fly without leaving your game or your G3! You can control how loud you want to be heard with the mic-monitoring feature if you pair the G3 to your mobile phone. The high Res DAC is 32 bit/384 kHz. It works with Windows and MacOS. It is possible that you will need an Apple Camera Adapter. Their 5 year warranty is the best.
👤The 3.5mm jack on my cellphone was not present in the Rhodium DAC. It was light and easy to drive my Etymotic ER3XR wired earbuds and Meze Audio 99 classics headphones. The sound on the Etymotic earbuds was not good. I was amazed at the bass and soundstage with both headphones when I used the etymotics with a better DAC. If you want the best sound, the Rhodium is 888-739-5110 It is less expensive.
👤The sound is really good for the price. The bass was a little flabby, but it was an improvement over my Nextdrive Spectra dac. A nice balanced sound. There is a lot of volume. I don't use it for headphones. I use it in my car.
👤Clean audio all around! If you are using a 3.5mm port with poor or no Dac/Amp, it's a must. There is plenty of power in this little form factor. There is a I don't use it on the new MacBooks with theusb-c port because it's noisy and cleaner than this one.
👤Sounded good, but didn't work as well as another product with my phone.
👤I have to say that this dac is worth the price.
👤The 3.5mm jack is more than capable if you're using the S10e. The volume is louder with the jack and warmer side. I wanted to justify the extra $60. + I enjoy listening more without it, which is a waste of $60. It's nice to know that I can use something if I change my phone in the future. I mostly use my phone and use Meze 99 Classic headphones. Not a hardcore hi-fi. I thought this would improve the quality of the songs I listen to.
There are EQ controls. The sound amplification device has buttons for bass, echo, mic, tone and source input mode. A remote control is included in the package. The ESS 9010 is a 32-bit DAC. The original DragonFly used a lot of power, but this one uses a lot of power, but has a lot of enhanced sound. It works with Apple and Android phones and tablets. Everything about your music is improved by this versatile DAC. It plays everything from mp3s to high-resolution files. The type of connection:usb 2.0
👤I could not detect any improvement on my Mackbook Air. You can get more volume, but it's not much. I tried to save the files. It's hard to believe that there is a night/day difference. Are people listening to something? Is it possible that they can hear differences that are beyond the reach of normal humans? I consider myself a good listener. I like to listen to the best masters of my favorite music. There are differences between bit rates. This has to be the biggest delusion yet created by the audiophile world, right up there with $1,000 cables that will turn any music into sparkling diamonds. At a higher price point, there is a difference between the two. This item does nothing. I didn't bother to try it on my phone as I didn't want to shell out for a lightning accessory before I knew what I was getting into. I tried it with anANDROID and couldn't get any audio to come out. There are issues with certain phones. Good luck!
👤I'll try to help those who can't decide between the Black and Red since there are lots of reviews about sound quality. I own both Black and Red and listen to them about 10 hours a week. I can't tell the difference despite listening to each one of the best headphones. I would only buy another black model if I knew what I was buying. I don't see why I have to pay extra for it.
👤The bonus for me was the ability to decode MQA, the headphone pre-amp, and the compatibility with smart phones. I have a few high end headphones and never thought that the DAC would make a difference, I mainly listen to most of my music from Tidal. I was wrong. I sat down in my computer room, turned off the lights, poured myself some wine and pressed play after I updated it so I could listen to the tracks of the MQA. I was floating in space. It was suspended in time. I started to cry, I felt everything at once. I knew it was there. I had been kissed by angels and my ears would never be the same. Now bound by machines and spirits. I woke up a changed man.
👤Audioquest has a new version of ausb DAC/amp that is similar to the dragonfly red and black. I love my Audioquest Dragonfly red. It's plugged into my laptop and drives my Final Audio Sonorous IV headphones at work. I was hoping for more of the DFR's airiness but it wasn't there. The cobalt is tighter than before, which makes it easier to hear the separation of instruments. The DFR red does a better approximation of the U curve in my settings, and I prefer a more distinct one. The DFR is more fun than the cobalt. You should try it for yourself. I have found that I need to listen to a product myself, since I have not found alignment with what reviewers say is better. You should go with what you think sounds better. You would have to make sure you compare both. The DFR sounds like the cobalt to me.
We provide this 3.5mm tousb-c to High-Excursion drivers allow for greater dynamic range, improved bass, and lower distortion. Full Frequency Sampling support 44.1k-384k/32bit. Many excellent parameters ensure an enjoyable gaming experience. The drivers are 12mm. The diaphragm is made of a Composite Membrane. The response was 18-25000HZ. Impedance is 20. The sensitivity is 112db. The signal noise ratio is 120db. The total Harmonic Distortion is less than 1%. HI-RES SOUND The high-resolution audio provided by the Hi-Res certified DAC can express the ultimate quality of music and the reproduction of the original sound, and give the feeling of the original singer or performer in the live performance. The chip is ultra-low power, which means it can extend the phone's battery life without worrying about battery overload. Cook's original fruit earbuds are better than theOUND QUALITY COMPARISON. The original fruit earbuds have a score of 90. The score is not as high. It is difficult for users who are not very professional to distinguish the difference. Only the following device models are recommended. For iPad Air 2020, iPad Pro, Note 20 10, Z Filp, Tab S5e/S6, and other devices. The Essential Phone is for the Google Pixel. The unlisted device are not recommended due to the incompatibility of the type-c protocol.
👤The cables have a large diameter and have less resistance to current. If you don't like the length, put a loop or two in with a cable tie. Enjoy.
👤These have been great so far. I have already owned other cords. The material is good, but the price to quality ratio is good. When they start breaking down, I'll report the true test. There is a Acquired 09/12/2018.
👤The cables fit better than the ones I use.
👤I bought those with the wall plugs. These are long enough to reach most places. Since the last 10 or so the ends have broken in different ways, I needed a tough cable. I drop the phone at the gas station because the cables break. I've dropped them a number of times and the end is still solid. My phone charges from 1-2% with the plug. It charges the same when used. I usually have it on while I'm charging. There is a full charge. I have no issues since a month ago. Good cables for a good price.
👤When I searched for "C cable" these popped up. I didn't read that they were small. The Amazon search tool only showed me "C cables". They arrived and we had a few devices that took microusb. I thought I'd keep them. Two of the three cables wouldn't charge or power anything, even though everything looks good. They won't work in any ports so useless.
👤The product was bought to make my calls easier. I got used to them and they were a little uncomfortable when put in. The speaker/volume controller broke in half while I was on the call, and I didn't even touch it.
👤An answer to my prayers! I love this product. I think the Agvee cords are going to last a long time. The short cords were a nuisance. Concerning the price... It's amazing. I was expecting a single cord for the price. Don't let this product go away. BUY IT NOW! You will not be sorry.
👤Exactly as described. I have cats. People chew phone cords. This cord is recommended by me. A lot. The cord is tightly wrapped. I had to look under the lamp to see the weave. No damage was done when kitty bit into it. He gave up. The plugs are very strong. It was well sized for my s7. It is plugged in. I am very satisfied with the quality,Durability, and value of the 6 ft cords I purchased. They are proof. So far.
Up to 24 bit/ 192kHz audio can be heard on the Mac and PC. Enhances your music listening experience. Constant Current Drive technology provides a smooth response with headphones. The highest dynamic range and lowest distortion can be achieved with a quad sum DAC. Premium aluminum is built in the USA. The iPad Pro models have ausb-c connection.
👤I'm an amateur musician and an audio engineer who knows what's good for you. The Apogee Groove is a portable, high-quality, and class-conscious audio system designed for musicians, producers, and audiophiles. It's not cheap, coming in at or near $299, but it's a premium device that's designed and manufactured in the United States, built like a tank out of solid aluminum, and that sounds absolutely fantastic. There is a The Constant Current Drive (CCD) tech provides a smooth, consistent, Frequency response with any pair of headphones, and eight 32-Bit ESS Sabre DACs (4 DACs per channel) that provide high dynamic range, low distortion, and that support up. There are two buttons for adjusting the volume level on the top of the Groove. There are two ports on the ends, a microUSB power port and a 3.5mm audio interface port. The sound quality is very important and the AMP is absolutely silent. Plug it into your laptop and enjoy the silence. There's no sound. It's absolutely brilliant, there's nothing but total, utter silence. Sound quality is outstanding. This is dependent on what headphones you're using. There is a The 300 Ohm Sennheiser HD800/S requires twice as much power as the older HD600 or the beyerdynamic DT 1990, so it can't be done the same way as the 150 Ohm Sennheiser HD660S. The power output of the Groove is 71mw at 300 Ohm. That beats the Dragonfly Red by a wide margin. Don't get me wrong, my HD800/S headphones sound great with this combo. The sound stage was noticeably smaller when compared to the stack I have in my house. That is not a knock against the Groove. The little guy does an admirable job of powering my HD800/S, and it sounds better than any other portable audio/visual device in the same price range. There is a If you're looking for an ultra portable combo that sounds great and is built like a tank, then the Apogee Groove is for you. If your headphones are in the 100 to 150 Ohm range, you're golden. Is it 300 to 600 Ohm? It's doable, and it will sound better than anything else. When you consider the size, quality, and technology of the Groove, it's alone in an otherwise crowded field. Highly recommended.
👤This thing is amazing when it is used with headphones. I've tried at least a dozen other Amps with the HD 598's and none of them have maximized the potential of these headphones as the Groove does. It makes these headphones shine at a completely different level, as if they were made for these cans. The HD 598's bring the wow out for them, but this amplifier brings it to a whole new level. It is absolutely perfect for this thing to use constant current. There is a The HD 650's were great with this amplifier, but it left a little more to be desired when driving them. If you have the HD 598's, then you can get some cans that sound like $300-$500 cans. I knocked off half a star because of the high price. I wish they could sell them at a lower price point. Current drive headphones are rare. They are likely to put some R&D into this.
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