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Firestone Audio Fireye Mini Headphone Amplifier in White

by Firestone Audio
3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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Product Features

  • Connects to 3.5mm jack to improve devices sound quality
  • Built-in lithium battery gives up to 24 hour playback time
  • Rechargeable via USB port
  • Compatible for use with Android, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Game console, MP3 or any other portable player
  • Small size is perfect for traveling

Product Description

The Fireye Mini will allow you to enjoy your favorite songs with higher-quality sound through your portable music player (MP3 player, iPod, smartphone, etc) anywhere, anytime. This mini amplifier will boost up volume and dynamics, increase sound quality, and improve bass response and authority of virtually any portable music player with a 3.5mm headphone output. With a built-in lithium battery, you can feel free to listen to music with up to a 24 hours of playback time and simply recharge it afterwards via a USB port. The Fireye mini easily fits in a pocket or purse making it easy to bring with you where ever you go, allowing you to enjoy imporved music quality on the go. Use the Fireye mini to amplify the signal of your headphone, and change the way you listen to music today. Please note: This unit is not suitable for amplifying signal that is going to another amplifier, like car radio, etc. You connect the output of Fireye Mini direct to any normal speaker; instead use a headphone with impedance 32 to 600 Ohm.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Buy the Fiio E6 instead August 9, 2012
By baf10
A fiend of mine bought this and it looked cool and sounded pretty good. I did some rearch and find the Fiio E6 has alot more sound choices at a little more than half the cost of this.SO I bought it and went back to my friend to compare the 2. The Fiio was definetely better. The only downside is the fiio is slightly larger and has a shorter battery life. To me it is worth the trade off for the Fiio with the better sound. I paid $23 for the Fiio on Amazon.
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1.0 out of 5 stars This thing is a piece of junk April 1, 2014
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This worked for about 2 days, making small improvements with the sound... Then the battery went out. When I charged it up, it never worked again.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Meh... March 12, 2014
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I play guitar and lead worship in the worship band at church and bought this on recommendation from our worship pastor to amplify my in ear monitors. I tucked it in my back pocket and it worked fine but after a couple uses the headphone jack connection (out) started messing up in the middle of the set. I had to jiggle it just right to get a clear sound. When I hit the right spot, it sounds great and definitely produces a fuller sound. I'm able to hear each instrument more clearly, but due to the unreliability I can't use it while on stage.

The USB charging system is nice in theory, but this is something I would expect to keep in my guitar case with my in ears. Remembering to take it out and hook it up to a computer to charge it is unrealistic in practice.

To be nit-picky, the audio in and audio out are on the same side, so your headphone cable has to have this kink in it instead of running smoothly in one direction. They should have put them on opposite sides so the amp just sits in your headphone cable line.

Now it just sits on my desk as an amplifier for my computer audio out. I'm going to try the Behringer MA400 (ordered today) and sacrifice size and "pocketability" for reliability. Also the MA400 is $10 less and has volume control and mic throughput (should the need arise).

For the money ($36ish), I would have expected something of slightly higher quality. I'd value this at $9.99.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nice product December 22, 2012
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It sounds better and doesn't have much distortion. It's well worth it's price. I use it with the headset and in my car.
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