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Product information

    Features
    Built-in D/A converter
    Yes
    Headphone output
    Yes
    USB
    Yes
    Available colours
    Red

    General

    Built-in D/A converter
    Yes
    D/A audio
    24 bit / 96 kHz
    DAC (audio chip)
    ESS Sabre32 Ultra ES9016
    Can be used as a preamplifier
    Yes

    Connectors

    Analogue 3.5mm input (Aux)
    0 pc
    Analogue RCA stereo inputs
    0 pair
    Analogue RCA stereo outputs
    0 pair
    Balanced input (analogue) XLR
    0 pair
    Balanced input digital XLR (AES / EBU)
    0 pc
    Balanced output (analogue) XLR
    0 pair
    Balanced output digital XLR (AES / EBU)
    0 pc
    Digital coaxial input (S/PDIF)
    0 pc
    Digital coaxial output (S/PDIF)
    0 pc
    Digital optical input (S/PDIF)
    0 pc
    Digital optical output (S/PDIF)
    0 pc
    Firewire
    No
    Headphone output
    Yes
    Headphone output (3.5 mm)
    1 pc
    Headphone output (Jack plug 6.3 mm/1/4
    0 pc
    Output effect per channel
    Pre output (full range)
    No
    Tele plug 6.3mm input
    0 pc
    USB
    Yes
    USB powered (only mha USB)
    Yes

    Design

    Available colours
    Red

    Dimensions

    Dimensions (WxHxD)
    Depth
    62 mm
    Height
    12 mm
    Width
    19 mm
    Weight
    0.02 kg

    Features

    Features

    Communication

    Wireless connection
    None

    Compatibility

    High resolution audio formats

    Audio features

    Tone/balance controller

    Power supply

    Battery operated
    No
    Separate power connector (mains)
    No

    Miscellaneous

    Release year
    2016

    Links

Reviews

    4.1 of 5 stars

    Based on 6 reviews

    Bert
    2016-12-29
    I bought a divisive cable Kjell o Co who share a USB female to two USB males, covered over the two +/- power supply lines from The laptop and connected to a storage battery of 2600mA that is enough to play for 20 hours, but the difference in sound even against the taking usb power is incredible, the next improvement will be to add a couple of plastic film and electrolytes over uSB battery to help the battery with his little sticky chemical electron hiking. this is my first DAC when I'm done, I will go around the shops and see if there is anyone regardless of price range as this jacket. only then will I upgrade. I forgot running apps foobar2000 and JRiver this is important to circumvent the computer's destructive influence on the sound. https://www.kjell.com/se/sortiment/dator-natverk/kablar-adaptrar/usb/usb-adaptrar/usb-adapter-med-extra-strom-matning-p38016 ps speaking of cables to the phone as I drive this micro-USB3 cable Samsung phone, see below no glitches. https://www.amazon.com/Ugreen-Adapter-Android-Tablets-Samsung/dp/B00LN3AXWI
    pellepellepelle
    2016-07-06
    I have mine connected to a LG G3 via an angled OTG cable from Kjell & co. Micro-USB connector of the cable is no longer making it unstable vickig because it does not go all the way. A OTG cable from Audio Quest will be on the road which is probably better. If the phone rings at the headphone listening crackle bad, which I'm a little afraid to have the unstable plug making. The sound? Listen Tidal HIFI and FLAC files stored on your phone via the B & W P7. At first I thought the difference was small compared to the phone's DAC. Although the details were there so it was like a deafness pressed the sound evenly across all registers. The son tested it on their computer but heard no noticeable improvement over the built-in sound card. Ominous. And it played low, quite sufficient for extended listening, but not if you want to hit the lots of a single song. Hmm. Played anyway in two or three days and then suddenly it was as if a veil is lifted and the sound was there. It seemed to be a little better for each hour of listening. Now I might just concluded a total of 12 hours, so I hope for continued improvement. Having no experience of such a marked difference recording of electronics. Either way, it sounds very detailed, tight and fine, but the laxity, blurring and lack of shade you can imagine through the phone's built-in DAC. Had concerns about a sharp treble but I think it feels pretty soft, almost restrained, a little to the Marantz-direction. In total: Marked improvement in sound, yet without a WOW experience in large letters (= a star away) Requires recording. The play is not really high, although slightly run B & W P7 (= a star away). Does not excessive battery. Does not heat. Small, slim and stylish. Cool? Easily fits in your back pocket next to the handset. Decently affordable. There is no turning back now. Update: OK, now everything has worked out. Full pot for the DAC. The solution is called USB Audio Player Pro. Turns out that Android fuckar up the sound, and not send it out via OTG unspoiled. Perhaps there is something else tweak that fixes this, but nothing I've found. The app costs 61 SEK. and they may play in the Tidal. Wonderfully!