iFI’s Zen DAC is a surprisingly accomplished budget digital-to-analogue converter
If you’re looking to add Bluetooth connectivity to your traditional hi-fi, the iFi Zen Blue is the perfect little unit.
The well-featured iFi iPhono3 Black Label incorporates technology from a phono stage twelve times its price.
Thumb-size ‘sticks’ that plug into a computer’s USB socket, acting as a chain-link between computer and DAC.
The British brand's latest budget, portable DAC/headphone amp looks neat and is well spec’d for its price.
The Zen DAC is all-inclusive in its mission, able to play a wide range of files, from PCM 24-bit/384kHz to DSD256 to MQA.
iFi’s Pro iDSD is about as configurable and feature packed as digital-to-analogue convertors come. And it sounds decent too.
Firmware version v5.30 grants Master Quality Authenticated compatibility to both current and discontinued iFi products.
The brand’s latest portable DAC/headphone amp supports MQA technology, and 768kHz PCM and DSD512 files.
The £2500 Pro iDSD is a high-end DAC boasting PCM 768kHz and DSD1024 support and built-in streaming.
The fight against low quality sound means another connection between your headphones and your source.
The new nano iDSD Black Label is MQA-compatible, supports hi-res files and offers 10 hours of portable use with your smartphone.
promoted Thanks to MQA’s network of partners, you now have more choice than ever when it comes to listening to MQA audio.
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