Since the elimination of the 3.5mm headphone jack from most flagship smartphones, your high-end headphone is probably relegated to be used with your laptop or home Hi-Fi. Thankfully, there’s USB-C to 3.5mm port adapter that will let you continue to use your favorite wired headphones.
Nearly four decades since its founding, THX, has finally released the company’s first consumer electronics, a portable amplifier and DAC for headphones called THX Onyx.
If wireless headphone have not caught on with you because, you simply can’t bear to let go your wired cans, well, then the Auris amplify Wireless Headphone Amplifier with DAC is for you). Mind you, though, Auris amplify is not merely cutting the cord, but it will turn your favorite wired audio cans into a …
It is said that kids can hear audio frequency adults can’t and as it turns out, grown up also deciphers audio frequency differently, just like eyes can do with colors which resulted a debate that went viral. That said, audio pushed out by regular headphones, regardless of make and model, is not one-size-fits-all, so to …
By now, we are no stranger to turning old speakers into Bluetooth-enabled ones and to this end, the market is certainly not lacking of such intermediary. That said, you could say Repop portable amplifier from Taiwanese outfit, Minfort, is yet another one, but we challenge you to say the same after looking at the product …
heard a lot about DAC and how your demanding sound holes can benefit from it, but lack of the desktop real estate for one? well, then you will have no more such excuse for not getting one with the Cambridge Audio DacMagic XS USB DAC. described as “pint-sized” by its maker, the DacMagic XS USB DAC is so called for its ridiculously small package
looking for well-rounded portable headphone amplifier? well, then the Sony PHA-2 Portable High Resolution DAC and Amplifier might be worthily of an investigation. the PHA-2 promised to up the ante of your on-the-go music enjoyment and it is the first portable DAC/amplifier to be compatible with virtually every high-
green with envy of those Beats-equipped smartphones? don’t. your all other non-Beats smartphones and media players can sound as good – if you put down $59 for this NuForce Mobile Music Pump (MMP in short), a portable headphone amplifier. as high-end as your audio cans could be
long for some high-end headphone action, but lack of the dough for an astronomically priced audio cans? then you should seriously consider scoring yourself the iFi micro iCAN Headphone Amp. packed within its compact 158 x 68 x 28 millimeter chassis is a Class A TubeState amplifier, featuring a unique ‘tri-brid’ circuitry
with the new Android OS supporting USB digital audio output, on-the-go audiophiles might want to squeeze every bit of that digital bliss out from their Android devices and the V-MODA VAMP VERZA Portable Amplifier is the device that can help you out. in fact, the VAMP VERZA, which happens to work with