Wide Compatibility It's compatible with most of the type c phones, such as the S22, S22 Ultra, S21, S21+, and the S20, and it's 3.5mm. Premium quality DAC. Powerful noise reduction and Hi-Res audio output. You can get a better music experience with this c to aux adapter, it's compatible with up to 32bits / 384kHz and others are 24bit/ 96Khz or 16bit/ 48Khz. Dongle is multi-function. You can listen to music, answer phone calls, and have wire control with this smallusb-c to aux adapter. It's compatible with most of the type c phones. Plug-and-Play and Ultra-Portable do not require a drive. You can connect to headphones and smart phones anywhere. Their worry-free 18-month, and friendly customer service are what you get.
👤I recently purchased a S20 Ultra, but it doesn't have an auxiliary port. I bought thisusb-c DAC after buying a few other ones that didn't work with my phone. You need an accessory with the capabilities of the DAC. I have no idea what this means and I'm too lazy to research, but I can confirm that this is a work of art. The connection works with my phone's volume controls and has good sound. I bought a spare one in case I needed it.
👤We have to have these things. Put the jack back in our phones. We can't charge while listening to music. There is a I don't like phone makers making it, so we have to have it.
👤Awesome! It fits the SAMSUNG GALAXY S10 I got this because I use my old phone to listen to music on the internet while I'm driving, and my car has a casset. The Samsunag Note S10 Plus does not have a plug, since I don't like radio. This will make things easier for me. I can listen to my music on the internet. I haven't used it in 4 months. It's still working well. There is an update on 9/14/2020. My mom got a new phone. She saw my Note 10s. She has the same charge like hers. She loves plugging her pgone through a casset because her cars are not a bluetooth car. I got her one last month. My and hers are working well so far.
👤I just plugged the headset into the adapter and everything worked. I thought I'd have to change the settings or tell the phone what I was plugging in, but no! Just added a jack. Sound quality was great, even listening to music, and call quality was perfect as well.
👤I listen to a lot of audiobooks. My old phone had an audio problem that made it difficult to listen to it through headphones. The new S20 FE does not have an analogue output. I tried out the audio accessory on a walk. It works well. I was concerned if it could output enough volume to hear the audiobook. I had no issues hearing the narration through my earphones.
👤I just got a phone. I have to use an aux cord in my car to listen to music from my phone. Since I don't drive a fancy car. I tried to play the music with the dongle I bought from Walmart. I went to Amazon to find reviews for a dac adapted one. The reviews made me ride a roller coaster. I came across this after being tired of hunting. This sounds great in your car. It is clear and there is no issue with connecting. There was no music to play, just amazing clear music. I would recommend this to anyone. Its light and not heavy. Good colors and structure. You will not regret this purchase.
👤I have an oldusb-c headphones that works great in my s21 ultra. If you press the back button, you hear the sound of the audio and the sound of the arrow hitting the ground. The dac makes a thump noise in the left earbud when the audio comes back on, after 4 or 5 seconds. The sound is great playing music or streaming from deezer. The dac powers on and off make them worthless for everyday use. When you get a text and the phone sucks, you hear a thump and then you type your reply. The design is bad and the product is better.
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.
HD audio provides clarity, separation, less muffling and more detail sound and an apparent volume boost from what was output straight from your laptop. Even with mp3 files, the transparency and soundstage of the music is improved. Push buttons on the front of the unit allow you to select different inputs from the various sources. Digital surround formats such as AC3 are supported by the S/PDIF Output. The built-in high-performace headphone amplifier delivers clearer high, deeper bass and richer sound. Plug it into any port on your computer, game console, or audio source player, and you're good to go. There are no additional driver downloads needed for the current version of the software.
👤Also, note: I strongly recommend that you do not overlook this Soundavo HP-DAC 1 because as time goes on, you will become addicted to the sound qualities of this remarkable budget DAC. I assumed that it was going to be a so-so device when I first purchased it. You may have an initial impression that the sound is not exceptional. Most audio components are recommended to be kept on all the time. As time goes on, the sound will warm up and the power consumption will be minimal. It is the case with the Soundavo DAC. The Soundavo came into its own after a few weeks. I've had the Soundavo for a year now and it's the only one I'm hearing that's not from the iFi Zen DAC. The Soundavo sound is similar to the sound of a tube if you have good source material. The sound staging is wide on my powered Presonus speakers, the mids and highs are smooth, and the "air" around the instruments can be very close. Other qualities that come into play are 1. A smooth, yet dynamic sound with impressive bass capabilities. 2. A realistic sense of presence is what makes this sound exceptional. 3. This is dependent on other equipment such as your speakers or headphones. This is a DAC that may or may not appear exceptional at first. As time goes on, it begins to punch far above its weight. The sound I'm getting is something I'd expect from a high-end audio device. It can drive most headphones without any issues, and is constructed with a lot of inputs. My previous personal reference standard in the budget to mid-priced DAC category was iFi ZenDac, but that has changed because of the Soundavo, which has a tube-like sound quality, and is dynamic, accurate, and has a superb sound-stage. There is a The Soundavo HP-DAC1 is highly recommended, and I strongly suggest you pick one up. Some of you may think that the sound of the DAC is not exceptional, but it is. Have patience! 2. You should keep the DAC on all the time. I put on a piece of music for 8 hours, and just let it run after plugging in a set of new headphones. Two birds were killed by this, burning in the headphones and the DAC. I did this for several days and it made a huge difference. All of my audio gear is left on all the time, as I mentioned. I give it 5 stars because it is cheap and sounds good. There is a Soundavo will be releasing a few new DAC's with up to 384 Khz capabilities and superb sound signatures in 2022, as an aside. I will be keeping an eye on these models.
👤After researching and comparing the outlook design, spec, feature and price of other brands, I decided to purchase this one from the brand Soundavo. I use it with my laptop to play music from the iTune liberty directly to my Dynaudio Focus 60 speakers, and the sound is so smooth that it surpasses my other DACs. I use the HP-DAC1 as a headphone preamplifier because it delivers to all my headphones in a great sound stage, so you could hear the different characteristic from them. There is a You could use the preamp option to choose the Line In to run with the power amplifier and speakers. You can connect the Media Player via S/PDIF. If you prefer to do everything in digital, the digital output on the DAC is a great way to transfer the audio from a powered speaker to an amplifier. I really like the features and design of this DAC, you can't find a better option for this price.
Max. There is no load and the output power is 1.1V (3.2V peak-to-peak) at 3.5mm unbalanced output/ 2.2V (6.4V peak-to-peak) at 2.5mm balanced output. The Usb type-C DAC supports up to 32bit. It's convenient and safe to have a power supply via theusb port. Lineout single-ended/ balanced headphone output is one of the ports. The drive is high- performance.
👤I got the K3 because I was looking for a good unit. The FiiO E10k and the FiiO Q1 Mk2 came up quite a bit. I was looking for something to use at my desk at home, but the Q1 Mk2's ability to be taken with me to use my laptop or even my phone appealed to me, since it would be a huge bonus to be able to use it with my phone. The K3 is new and has few reviews, but I decided to give it a try because of the recommendations of FiiO's other products. I thought it was much smaller than I expected. The K3 is barely larger than a container of Tic Tacs. It feels very well-built. The body is metal with a nice matt finish, the switches have a satisfying click, and the volume knob spins smoothly to avoid being changed. I plugged the K3 into my PC using theusb 1 mode and windows immediately set it as my default output device. I found the drivers on the K3's FAQ, but it was hard to find at first. I won't fault FiiO for that, because the driver didn't install properly on my first try, but I tried again and it worked right away. The sound coming out of my headphones when connected to the K3 is better than the output on the headphone jack. The quality is better and the volume is higher. Previously, I could set my volume to whatever I wanted in windows and listen to music in that way. If I set my volume to 100% on both my pc and K3 at the same time, I would definitely hurt my ears. I tried it out just to see how loud it could get, and I was able to set my headphones down on my desk since the sound coming out of it was so loud that it would pass for a decent set of desk speakers. Take that with a grain of salt, if you have headphones with significantly higher impedance, because Audio Technica M50x's are not hard to drive at all. I'm inclined to believe FiiO when they say these are fine for anything over 150. There is a "Mobile devices are not recommended" is what FiiO's FAQ says. I couldn't resist trying it. I assumed that it's more than small enough to take with you, that it's supposed to be self-contained, and that they weren't explicitly saying it wouldn't work with a phone anyway. I plugged it into my phone and set the K3 to be in the mode of a computer. I was expecting it to take some effort to get it to function, but it just started working. I can understand why FiiO says the K3 is not recommended to be used with phones. The K3 does not have a battery, which means that when plugged into your phone, it is draining your phone's battery for power. If battery life is not a concern for you, then it does work with android. There is a I wanted to see if I could solve the problem of draining the phone's battery. I got out a hub that I had laying around and plugged it into my phone. I plugged the K3 into the hub's Type A port using the cable that came with it, and plugged my phone's charging port into the hub's Type C port. I was going for that. My phone was charging at the same time as my K3 output my music, so I assumed it was normal. This mess of cables is not an ideal solution, but it does work. It's probably not a good idea to just walk around when you're sitting in a vehicle for a long time. If a power outlet isn't available, you could swap the wall charger for a battery bank and get the same effect. There is a I'm very happy with the K3 so far.
The power supply for the W2 has been designed by Luxury & Precision. It has a separate power supply for the chips. The source device's battery is protected by the low power of the two chips. The dimensions are 120mm(L) 121mm(W). 30mm(H) The sample rate is up to 32bit, the bit-perfect DSD512 is up to 118dB, and the line-out is -118dB. Next-gen "original master quality" web streaming and audio can be achieved with the Hardware MQA Decoding - XMOS XU216 processor. The next-generation "balanced RCA line-out" with 3-pin output sets a new interface standard for the Hi-fi industry. There are multiple headphone jacks, 3.5mm and 4.4mm.
👤Go with your gut. Before purchasing, my concerns were 1. Is the grip strong enough to hold my desk. Will I be able to memorize the light indicators to change functions? Does it sound better than what I already have? There is a Here are the answers. The knob is not broken. L and R are fine. If you have this at the back of your desk, you'll have to travel all the way around to get to it. It's important that the placement is right. It is easier to reach larger units with front facing dial or big top dial. There were no major issues with the dial. 2. The grip isn't enough. It will slide. This unit can be moved or elevated from your cables if they are stiff, because the unit can be entered from a side, under, or upper direction. I tried to change the volume, but it never stayed flat for the most part. 3. It will take a long time to memorize all these lights. Why would you want to do that? I have a dac/amp on my desk that reads "Volume" "Bass" "Treble" "Input" "Power" It's insane to have to learn another language and symbols. It's hard to get unstuck if you get stuck. Good luck finding your way back home if you don't have a plan. When buying this unit, my biggest question was "how easy is it to navigate with all the weird LEDs?" That question has been answered. Its not easy. Its not cute. Its not enjoyable. The FiiO K5 Pro is 20x this size. I'll take it over for ease of use. 4. It sounds good, but you won't hear any differences between your other units. If you have a Schiit stack, you can use it. You will be fine with that. You will never know the difference in a blind test. There is a I wouldn't recommend it if it was your first unit. It may make you stop listening to audio. I don't know who the target audience is for this device. The biggest issue is that people don't want to use the dial with all the LEDs on it. There are lights under the dial. How are you supposed to see them? Depending on the headphones I'm using, I switch my gain between high and low frequently. I can already see how this will drive me crazy. I cannot recommend this thing. The star rating is broken down here. Sound is easy to use and looks good, but I don't think it will last long.
👤The kit is amazing, but the controller is the worst I have ever encountered. It's a controller with steps that are large and that malfunction frequently. Even though the controller rotation is smooth, your volume will change in steps, and you will often rocket forward or backwards. The digital steps are delineated by clicks. If I didn't experience the same behavior with a previous unit, I would wonder if I got a lemon. Two lemons? It is possible but unlikely. Please, please, follow the example of theJDS Labs Element III, which has digital volume control, and use a potentiometer with a variable step when making the Khadas Tone 3 Pro. This is so close to a 5-star product that it's disappointing.
There are 3.5+ 2.5mm dual outputs, cVc 8.0 noise cancellation, in-vehicle mode, and a FiiO Music app. You can use your existing wired headphones, earphones or even speakers to hear the studio-quality sound through your ears. The weight is 20g and it takes 14 hours of continuous play. There is a dedicated app with 10 band EQ and Ambient mode. 2 independent Hi-fi DACs and Amplifiers (Asahi Kasei AK4375a) are the optimal dual DACs/AMP design for both single-ended and full-differential outputs. The best way to control the volume is with the help of a built-in microphone, which can be used without a microphone. Max. There is no load and the output power is 1.1V (3.2V peak-to-peak) at 3.5mm unbalanced output/ 2.2V (6.4V peak-to-peak) at 2.5mm balanced output.
👤Constant daily use for 6 months. It drives everything from high sensitivity iems to full size headphones. Sound is good. Transients are fast. It was very detailed across all frequencies. It is hard to believe it is a device. It sounds great as a dac. You have a lot of control over the digital filters. This one is handy because it sounds so good, but I try to avoid using eq most of the time. Just clean. There is a This is a piece of audio that has been thought out and developed. I want to try it in balanced mode. Well done! There is an update. At 7 months it is shutting itself down and not connecting. The power on and off chime are now either high pitched or low pitched. Just broke. It was great until it stopped working. I have taken good care of it. I have been careful to lock the outputs. I tried to contact ransone, but he didn't reply. There is an update. If I forget the device and re-pair, it seems to work again. I have had to hard reset a few times. Even though there isn't any support, it sounds better and is more useful than anything else for the money.
👤I own almost every amplifier that can take phone calls, and it's all designed to be on-the-go. FiiO's new BTR1 is one of the Chinese brands. This one blows each one out of the water. The mic is good. The app has never been glitchy, and it can adjust the EQ and a lot of other things. I can use it with my PC. Right now, I have it plugged into my PC and connected to my phone at the same time. I don't have to take everything off and answer calls when I jam on my PC with a good DAC. I can't tell you how long I've been waiting for this solution to work. It finally does it with the help of ES 100. This is a keeper. I wish that it was easier to update. You have to manually force the download by connecting to a PC. It sounds like it's hard-wired, but through a wireless device. I bought a balanced cable to see if I notice any differences. There is a This is a good deal. The performance I've encountered so far should be $199. I look forward to buying any future versions they come out with because it fills a big void in this market. There are only a few reasons for this. This amplifier won't work if your headphones have a microphone on them. Audio-only cables must be used. Something to be desired is what packaging leaves. I thought it was possible that they put all their money towards the product development, and didn't leave any left for packaging. It could also mean that they were cheap. You can tell it was not the case if you listen to the device. This product is gem and works well. The update is for the year 2018. This works well as new. It's my most used device. I pair it with my AAW W500. Ambient awareness with a push of a button is helpful if you need to be aware of your surroundings. It's still the best in its class. I highly recommend getting the Earphone Wrap Cord Management. It's easy to use all day. I have never had a complaint about phone call quality or picking up too much background noise.
Depending on the music format, the LEDs will flash in different colors. It has a lot of keys which are easy to use. The sound quality is comparable to that of high-end CD players. You can now drive your headphones. The Mini Hifi Audio DAC AmpDS 100 is a portable digital-analog convertor. The DS 100 HiFiAnalog Amp is a clean and linear sound amplification design. You can support the function of the phones with the OTG function. The product is a headphone amplifier. Lavaudio is a 32bit DSD 128 device for the mobile and PC markets. To type C/Lightning, use 3,5mm AUX. Experience an audio experience that is uncompromising. Enhancements to the stereo fields and sound pressure levels make it possible for better spatial images. Inline Controls are primarily designed for mobile devices, but can be used on PC, gaming consoles and music players. If you have a problem with Lavaudio DS 100 DAC Headphone Amplifier, please contact them by email and they will respond in time. They are standing by to help you, so buy Lavaudio Headphone Amplifier with confidence. The product has a lightningusb interface, a type c, and two OTG cables. The input can't be completed if the original data line of the iPhone is missing.
👤The portable heaphone Amp is awesome. The Moondrop Blessing 2's sound great, there is excellent detail and compared to the Audioquest Dragonfly Red I had been using previously, this brought both additional treble detail and bass texture to my Moondrop Blessing 2's. It's sleek and fits in my pocket, thanks to the use of a bit of velcro. The improvement with the Blessing 2's is delightful, but the sound signature of the Dragonfly Red still produces a more pleasing sound. The Lavaudio has been great on my speakers. I will get a proper desktop DAC eventually, but for now I am enjoying this for both portable and home use. The hissing that sometimes occurs when connecting the phone to the DAC has been corrected by simply un-plugging and re-plugging the connection. I bought another one to give to a friend because I enjoyed it so much.
👤When I was diagnosed with arthritis in my ankle, I was given 16 aspirins a day to bring down the swelling, but I have had hearing problems since I was 10. The arthritis killed many of the hair fibers that transmit sound from the ear to the brain, leaving me profoundly deafness. I think driving old cars without AC, listening to loud rock music, and flying jets didn't help. I wear a hearing aid, but they don't accurately reproduce music. The ability to carry 1000's of songs on a cellphone or mp3 player at full CD quality is anywayanydayd by the age of Hi-Res lossless music. The clarity is amazing because of the wired high-quality headphones, mini-USB DAC, and the fact that it's necessary to convert digital music on iPhone to analog that humans can hear. I could hear almost every note I heard as a teenager, with amazing separation between channels. I cried because the music was clear from my headphones. It was the first time I had heard it in almost 50 years. The small, affordable, well-built, volume control, and external power input of this DAC are only needed if you don't want to drain the phone's battery. If you're half-deaf or fully-hearing, this device is highly recommended to get the most out of Hi-Res Lossless music and hear stuff you never thought you'd hear again!
👤It was nice on the face of it. After very little use, dropping out was no longer an option. A bit base heavy. It is surprisingly poor compared to the bulkier audio quest. There is a I wonder if the little volume is a weak point. -- The volume control has stopped behaving oddly after using revised and added stars on an iPad and an iPhone.
👤I'm very happy with these. If you follow the instructions on the web for tweaking them to sound better, they will sound amazing. You will get even better sound. My library sounds great from my phone. I get richer sounds now that I have louder volume levels. Good stuff.
👤I bought this on 1mii and it was great for a week, but now there are statics. The experience with 1mii products was unpleasant.
5V Power is a very portable Home Desktop Professional Auido device that is easy to use. The KA3 headphones are equipped with the powerful and proven ESS ES9038Q2M, supporting 32bit/768kHz and DSD512. The KA3 mini amplifier has a 3.5mm single-ended output and a 4.4mm balanced output, both powerful to easily drive a variety of your headphones. You could use the KA3 portable headphones to connect with your phone, computer, or player. The current sampling rate is indicated by the RGB light indicator. The blue light is below the sampling rate and the yellow light is above it. This is a clean sound with abundant power, high signal-to-noise ratio, low distortion, and almost zero noise.
👤The sucker works. Sounds good. Everybody wants you to create an account or pay just to see if your light will turn green, but can't find any DSD files to listen to. The FiiO app is not good. Local files are only played by it. I'm listening to Apple Music on my phone. I thought it would drain the battery down more than it did. FiiO could hire someone that understands English to improve their information. When it should be fiio.com, go to fiio.net. My Bose freestyles and my FiiO H5's are what I'm listening to. No stuttering or noise has been reported so far. I can't get the volume up on the Bose freestyle without hurting my ears because of the little amplifier.
👤Highly recommended! I've been using a portable amplifier for a while. I own the FiiO Q3 and the iFi Hip DAC. The KA3 is the best portable computer for build, performance, and price. I've been using this with my Macbook and I haven't noticed the high battery drain or the skipping FiiO. I was surprised by the amount of power it could produce. It's the same size as the Dragonfly Black, but has a lot of power. I don't think I've pushed any of my full-sized cans past the halfway point. Most of my headphones are in the 100 to 150 ohm category, so they are not the hardest to drive. There is a The sound signature is cleaner than the others. I wouldn't recommend this for already loud headphones. Warm headphones and IEMs are wonderful. I like how my Z7M2s sound. The sound is called the FD3 Pro. It was detailed with a slight warmth. I think FiiO. / Jade Audio knocked it out of the park. Simple, powerful, sounds great! The new iFi GO is a hard competitor.
👤I fell down the rabbit hole to get the best listening experience when Apple Music introduced hi-res. You need wired earphones or a surround sound speaker system if you want to listen to wireless audio. I used the Apple-supplied lightning to connect my wired headphones to my phone. That is a device that converts data. It is limited to 48Khz audio. Both Apple Music Lossless and Hi-Res Lossless are 24bit/192kHz. You need a better DAC to hear the difference in Hi-Res audio. FiiO's new KA3 supports Apple's Hi-Res Lossless in a small footprint device at a very reasonable price. It supports higher 32-bit/768kHz and DSD-512 streams. The higher resolutions are on the phones and computers. I didn't like that FiiO didn't include the Lightning tousb-C cable. The cable that I use to charge my phone didn't work. I found an OTG cable on Amazon, and their tech support was very helpful. The light on the DAC is blue when the bitrate is less than 48kHz, yellow when above, and green when playing direct stream digital. I used my computer to listen to DSD. I can tell the difference between the two. The lights on my KA3 are used to verify the signal. I need someone to give me a blind listening test.
The blue and orange light decorating vacuum tube is very suitable for home and desktop audio systems. The sound quality is restored and the noise reduction chip filters are more effective. You can enjoy the audio quality of the Fever if the recording standard is up to 24bit/ 96k. Mini Usb Rev. 1.1 or 2.03 has an interface. 5Mm input microphone. It was shared with the stereo. Up to 24bit/ 96Khz RcaAnalog Output. Stereo Headphone Jack3. The Mini Stereo Headphone Jack will be D if used. Ti Lm358 is an operation amplifier.
👤Works as advertised. If you are looking for a budget combo with mic pass through to game, this is it. It's good to Congrats! Buy it and enjoy it. If you want to enjoy music without the other stuff, look elsewhere.
👤If you have decent on board audio but want something with eq controls and a mic input, I would recommend this. If you want an external dac amplifier with a mic input, these headphones are a decent buy, but there are lots of bad reviews. I had a spare miniusb cable around and tried it, it didn't work. I no longer have the problem. This is a good dac amplifier. I would recommend it, but I would also buy a new miniusb cable.
👤The price is great for the Dac. I use it with my DT990 Pro and it runs great. The knob is only half used for gaming and casual listening. If I want to drown out the world, I turn it all the way. Why only 2 stars? It will randomly stop working from my PC. I usually take off my headphones or put them on. I would lose audio for a few minutes when it disconnected from my PC. I thought it was a driver issue, but I had the same problem with two other PCs, one being a laptop. I can reproduce the problem by taking my headphones off or putting them on. There is a I wish I could find a solution to the issue of the disconnected phone.
👤This was added to my video conferencing setup. Covid-19 has made me do about 10 video meetings with patients a day. I have to adjust the volume during calls since each person has different connection quality and equipment. It is impractical with on-screen controls or keyboard up-down controls. A simple plug-and-play cable is needed to connect this Headphone Amplifier to my PC. The volume knob has a linear response, so I can quickly change the volume. The audio amplifier has a back feed. There is only a small amount of digital noise from the jacks that is audible. If I choose to use the front output of my headphones, it will give me plenty of power for my earbuds, which will give a clear, undistorted sound.
👤The new black model of the Sonic seems to be this one. The model is similar to the older silver model. The audio quality when connected to the cans was excellent. Balance is perfect, separation is excellent, and there is no interference from the PC. I leave the bass boost switch on full time. You won't do better for less than $50.
👤$46 And it sounds good? This is the best option if you are on a budget or just starting to listen to music. I decided to give it a try after doing some research. I have no regrets. The V-Moda CrossFade Wireless 2 headphones sound great already, and with this it sounds even better. It is plastic. It is not flimsy at all. The volume knob on my unit was very smooth to use. It is my favorite feature. I had to play with the sound properties on the PC to get it to play. It's easy to do in the sound properties of the unit. It's worth it. There is a It came with one cable that works. The cable that came with it is not very good. I can see why some people would say that the cable gave some issues. I had multiple quality cables laying around and I didn't bother with the cable. If you don't have one, make sure you get a good one with some length. There is a I am very happy with this DAC/AMP. This little thing can do a lot and it's a steal. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
Enhances non hi-res music sources. 2.1v output drives almost any headphones. It works with Apple and Android devices. It plays everything from mp3s to high-resolution files. This versatile DAC improves everything.
👤Highly recommended. I bought the DragonFly to use as a headphones amplifier while on the go. Sometimes I stream on the internet. The sound of the DragonFly is good, but the sound is a bit compressed, the instruments lose their juiciness, and the music gets tiring after a while. I can forget about the annoying graininess of the music when I listen to it for up to 6 hours at a time. There is a The Dragonfly is portable. It's small and plays from your phone pocket. Does not require extra batteries, does not drain your phone battery, and tips the sound quality of your portable system over to the audiophile side. It doesn't sound like a MOJO, but it doesn't matter because the Mojo doesn't fit in your back-pocket. I recommend this device to anyone with high-end headphones. Better headphones will make a bigger difference for anyone with headphones less than $400. You are missing out if you don't hook a pair of great headphones into your phone. Is it worth it? Yes! I have a pair of open Grado PS500e. I use a Brooklyn DAC at home and occasionally listen to my headphones over a $10,000 stereo. I have a point of reference for what a good audio component should sound like, and at what point spending money on sound has diminishing returns. The Dragonfly is a portable headphones amplifier. I've never spent $200 on an audio component that made me happy. Is it better than X,Y,Z? It doesn't matter. It sounds better than you'll ever need for music on the go, but you can't carry a $2000 DAC with you. What's more important is how practical it is, and what it costs. I advise you to buy this one. It is the benchmark of portable headphones, you won't miss the $50, and you won't have an upgrade itch because you bought the best. I will never use it as a stereo DAC, so I haven't bothered trying it on my stereo. I haven't compared this against the other one. I found the Mojo to be more realistic on my favourite songs when I played it back to back, but I never missed the Mojo when I traveled for 10 days abroad listening to the Dragonfly. I was freed from cables and was able to charge another device. The Mojo is the amplifier of choice at home. The review is based on my experience with the headphones. I haven't done much listening to the PS500e Grados'. The DragonFly's short-comings might be more revealing to the Grado's. The Grado's are open air and that doesn't work outdoors so the comparison is pointless.
👤I discovered the world of high end audio equipment several months ago, and have enjoyed trying various headphones and audio equipment. My goal is to find combinations that I like and stick with them, and to find good values that fit my lifestyle and make sense. There is a The Fiio Q1 was fine, but didn't really do much for me, and the OPPO HA-2 was too harsh in the treble dept. I would love to listen to the Chord Mojo. It sounds great. I fear that it won't sound great to me. I stumbled across the Darko review of the new Red just a few weeks ago and knew I had to try it. I'm playing it on my phone through the Apple CCK. My Macbook Air uses Roon and I have an iPod Touch 6th Gen. The set-up is easy to understand. Audioquest did a great job in including a detailed booklet written for the layperson, telling you everything you'd need to know, which is cool in the audio world. There is an extra bonus. Audioquest also threw in a nice travel pouch, a coupon voucher to HDtracks, and a 60-day complimentary trial to Roon. If you haven't read up on Roon, I would highly recommend it. It's a lot more fun than the native player. It makes your music sound better. Same thing with your phone. Let's move on to the chase. How does the Red sound? If you have good headphones and take advantage of better sources, it's quite good. If you don't do that, your music will sound a bit louder but not a lot better. I'm using the He400s, which are great reviewed headphones. They're efficient already so don't necessarily need an amplifier, but most things sound better with one. If you're wondering how the sound improves with the Red, here's my best way to explain it: more full, and more realistic. Imagine that this is a representation of your music without the amplification. Imagine if the tiny spaces between the teeth of the comb were filled in. It feels like it fills in gaps, missing information, and more realistic details, so overall everything sounds a little louder, clearer, and more enjoyable. There's more bottom end to kick drums, you can sense it on guitars and bass notes, snap on snare drums, and little things like hi-hat cymbals suddenly sound real, vs a digital copy of what's real. It feels like you're in the studio surrounded by musicians, rather than just being presented a wall of sound, because there's more separation between instruments. I did an A/B test of a rock song I'm familiar with, listening to the same parts without the Red. Sometimes the bass guitar would disappear into the drums, and sometimes you wouldn't hear it. There is a bass guitar and a drummer playing. Don't expect the effect to be a big night/day difference that will make you want to go away, or you'll be disappointed. If you take the time to get good copies of music, good headphones, and good sources, you will notice the improvement and enjoy the positive contributions the Dragonfly brings and you will want to listen to more of your music. The dragon on the device glows and changes colors, to tell you what sample rate your music is. The bottom line. The sound is great. It is great to have value. They put a lot of care into the booklet. Convenience is topnotch. The fact that it is future-proof is great. I think you'll enjoy it if any of the above describe your philosophy. There is a --- There is an update 1 month later. I decided to try out the CHORD Mojo because I was going to be curious about it. I spent about a week with it, and my honest-to-goodness conclusion was that I could not hear a difference between the DragonFly Red and the Mojo. Both of them make my music sound better, but neither is better at making it sound better to my ears. I'm pretty sure there are some things that prove that Mojo won. I couldn't pick it up. I don't know if that's because there is no difference between the two, or my equipment isn't good enough to show that difference. I'm sure others can tell one from the other. It definitely sounded great. So does Red. Red is 1/3 the cost, is upgradeable and never requires charging, it's discreet and portable, and it's much more cost effective than the other two. I am keeping the Red.
Stereo input and output. You can upgrade your games on PS4, XBOX ONE, NINTENDO SWITCH, and PC. The Sound BlasterX G6 has gaming-focused features such as Sidetone volume control and easy-to-reach profile buttons. Experience full audio customization and enhanced audio realism with in-game voice communication enhancements. Scout Mode allows you to hear your enemies before they hear you. Sound blasters proprietary surround sound is perfect for games and movies, and it is the latest in technology. A custom-designed Xamp headphone amplifier features a bi-amp design with components through all stages of amplification. Each audio channel is individually amplified to deliver a whole new level of audio fidelity. The ultra-low 1 Ohm output impedance perfectly drives sensitive 8W in- ear monitors all the way to studio-grade 600W headphones. The audio is streamed with the highest level of detail and fidelity.
👤I had been using the G5 for a while to get decent audio from my PC, as well as my TV through its optical out. The G6 improves on it. There is a It was already pretty good, and the sound is better. Playing Master audio tracks in Tidal and getting better separation of the instruments and better power is what makes playing Battlefield 1 so exciting. The sound is good. It makes clicky sounds if I turn on the 32 bit version and there is a hiss before audio starts playing. I'm happy with 24 bit 96khz. I don't take a lot of time off for that. Let's say 1/2 a star. There is a The best feature they added was the Dolby Digital decoding. There is a difference in watching TV and movies. It is very noticeable over the stereo pcm. There is a The streetlights on the front are worse than the original, you can't turn them off, and it's difficult to tape over. I use this in my bedroom, I sleep in my bedroom, and the computer provides enough power to keep the light on. They gave you the option of disabling the light on the top, but not the light by the dial. I have to cover it with black cloth before I go to bed. Please stop it with these lights. It is not necessary.
👤I bought this product for music production and gaming. I'm moving to 32bit from 16bit and this is the first time I buy a Soundcard that doesn't come with my mother board. I found out that most 32bit soundcards are not portable and cost between 250 and 400 dollars. There is a I thought it might be worth a try since I use Nintendo Switch and move a lot between PCs. -- There is a The device looks good, it has a smart button layout, and it has lights around buttons so you can know which mode is on when it's dark. You have to manually download the software from their website. It can be hard to re-download it on multiple PCs. Inside. You can switch between different sound settings for different games, movies, and music. There is a I can use my headphones like speakers to amplify the sound, it allows me to hear a lot more detail in my music than before. There is a I love the level of sensitivity it gives me to play around with, I feel like I can now master my tracks and harmony to a greater depth. The delay between pressing my keyboard to hear the result decreases potently if I use multiple heavy samples. The main material looks metallic but isn't, the device can get pretty hot after a few hours of usage, and the bottom of the device feels fragile and weak if you apply even minimal force on it. There is no option to change the adjustment wheel's color/color intensity, as far as I know, because the power button on the card means I cannot instantly hear my stuff without enhancements. The box has Warranty information that is very small and theusb is too short for a portable card. There are tips. You should use a longer mini-usb. You will need to adjust to some of your games, this card gives you depth and intensity you never played with before. You should find the right settings for your software and headphones. You need to manually change the sound quality on your PC's sound device to 32bit studio quality if some games don't support 32bit. I know of a few examples.
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