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FX Audio D802 2x80W 192KHz Digital Remote Power Amplifier with USB Cable (Black)
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- Usb/coaxial/optical input: width 16--24 bit sampling rate 44.1Khz-192khz.
- Usb can support up to 192kHz.
- 32V 5a high-power power supply.
- 2x80W super high power remote digital amplifier.
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Parameters: Input Interface: Optical x1 Coaxial x1 PC USB x1(Support partial Mobile OTG) Output Interface: 2-channel (Stereo) Sampling Rate: 44. 1-192KHz(Coaxial/Optical) 44. 1-192KHz (PC USB) Bit Width: 16-24 Bit Frequency Response: 18Hz-22KHz Dimension: 178mm x 114. 5mm x 33. 7mm Weight: 0. 9KG(Unit Only) Power supply weight: 0. 5Kg Length of Circuit: 1 meter Appearance Process: Panel drawing technology Power Output: 80W+ 80W: RL=4Ω 50W+ 50 W;RL = 8Ω RMS Rated Power: DC32V SNR(Signal to Noise): 100dB Impedance : 4-8Ω Packing lists: 1 x Remote Control 1 x Power Adapter 1 x FEIXIANG D802
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Our iMac is in the Kitchen and functions as our TV in there as well. We watch shows all the time while clanking around pots and pans and dishes and running water. So clear dialogue is our paramount concern. This thing delivers. Its not bad at all with music either.
Build quality is OK, but unimpressive fit and finish. Still beyond adequate for what you pay here. It is worth noting that the case is metal and plenty stout which is nice to see rather than a cheap plastic tub. The faceplate looks nice and has nicely machined chamfered edges. Volume Knob is a bit wobbly, but has a good tactile feel for each increment. The LCD window face is a bit of a letdown, not perfectly clear with a slight haze and scratched instantaneously as I pulled the protective film off. Oh well, you can still read it fine.
Sound Quality is what really counts here, and I have a plethora of setups to compare it to as I've been an audio junkie for a long time. I could not be happier in this regard. It blows my mind how well this sounds (once properly setup) for just over $100, and the SQ alone justifies twice the price they are asking. It has most of your typical preset EQ settings if you choose to use them, I don't. I prefer the FLAT tone on the amp as their execution of the EQ is not desirable to me. Tone controls for Treble and Bass are present as you'd expect, and are exaggerated quite a bit. It ranges from -14 to +14. I settled on -6 for bass and between -8 and -2 for treble depending on source material. I thought when zeroed out it just didn't sound natural and seemed to have a lot of boost. Anything in the positive direction is useless and plummets the SQ.
Power is adequate for the 5 1/4" drivers and tweets in my AR speakers, and gets them loud enough before clipping to please me for a computer setup.
Our iMac is in the Kitchen and functions as our TV in there as well source material.
Remote is about as cheap as you'll find, but functions well. For the price, it seems to be a bonus that one is included at all. Its nice that it has treble and bass adjustments on it for quick on the fly tuning. Just a note here, don't ever have it loud and accidentally hit the "tone" button on the remote as it'll clip and pop. Seems to be about a 20db gain or so on that feature and this button should never have been included, especially in the lower right hand side where it is most likely to get bumped.
This unit replaced an old 80's Carver 6250 Monster receiver that I had hooked up to my iMac via headphone to RCA cable. I had it mounted under the counter taking up valuable storage space, which ultimately was the reason for looking for a different, more compact, sound solution. This is not going to be an apples to apples comparison between these 2 for a couple reasons, the first of which is the power difference. My Carver was easily 140 watt per ch powerhouse if conservatively rating RMS power delivery. Also, of course, the Carver did not have a built in DAC. The speakers being powered here are an old early 90's pair of AR holographic bookshelf speakers that are still some brilliant sounding speakers. The carver matched up with these perfectly but with an overabundance of power for these little speakers. This FX Audio may not quite push the speakers to their full potential, but it gets close enough for any reasonable listening and still get loud enough with clarity to be fun.
50 watts a channel at 8 ohms is what its rated at I believe. As with most all products today short of true audiophile grade equipment, its most likely overrating the wattage output. However, this thing I think is overrated less than most products on the market today. It feels and sounds like a quality 35 maybe 40 watts RMS to me without bench testing it. As long as you maintain the volume in the clean range, its a great amp that delivers in spades for the price.
The DAC is just a huge bonus. I've had plenty of better sounding stand alone DAC's, the EMOTIVA STEALTH at the top of the list here, that should blow this out of the water for SQ. Although this product understandably falls short of competing with these killer stand alone DACs, I'm still impressed with what you get here. Again, for the price, it simply cannot be beat.
The short of it here is, Buy it! You cannot go wrong here. A decent and servicable DAC that will clearly be an improvement over whatever is in your computer combined with a capable little amplifier in a decent looking compact package is what you get. $110, this is a no brainer. If anyone wastes $150 - $200 on a set of "PC" speakers over buying this little unit and a pair of choice speakers, they will have made the wrong choice. Those little computer subs that come with those setups are so inaccurate and unpleasing, its not worth it just to have some perceived "rumble".
The Value is there Folks. I'm sold on it.
This all from a guy who rarely takes the time to write a review of anything, let alone one this detailed.
It's still working fine, other than the quirks, I mention below. I have it inside hooked up to two outdoor Dayton speakers.
I hooked it up to my outdoor speakers today and used it to listen to music, while out gardening for a few hours.
It has some of the strange glitches others mention and I'm not sold on the quality. When adjusting the volume down, for instance, the volume number will jump all over the place. I made double sure I wasn't accidentally going up, but it will go from 35, 34, 33 then oddly show 35 again then turning it another notch down 33, 32, 31, 33, 30. You get the picture. Each number is a notch of the volume knob going down. It does it going up as well and when looking at the bass and treble setting. Yes mine also has a large gap around the volume knob where you can see the pcb board inside.
I had it hooked up to my Chromebook and was streaming from Spotify and Archive.org. Didn't notice any humming or noise. Until I used the microwave to reheat some coffee. Then there was some audible noise. Maybe the shielding is crummy.
I'm on the fence with this one it feels fairly solid, it puts out decent audio however the flakey little things make me question it's longevity.
As I side note I own two SMSL amps, a Dayton Audio Amp, a Gemtune Class A Tube amp, two SMSL DACs, and another Chinese Hybrid Tube amp that I can't remember the brand now. So I'm pretty familiar with these Chinese audio products.
Going to try Optical/Toslink from one of the DACs and see if it can do DSD.
May exchange it for something else bottom line.
I bought this just to power some Dayton
6 1/2 inch indoor outdoor speakers on the deck. The speakers are 8Ω. It drives them pretty loudly using my cell into the USB input. Haven't noticed much by way of noise or any weird functionality. I wish it had a 3.5mm input so I could use the DAC on my LG V30 instead. It's small and fits under the kitchen cabinets fine. The LCD is bright and fairly intuitive.
The disclaimer to my review is I've only had about 20 minutes to futz with it. So if something changes I'll update. However, for now it's doing what I wanted it to, without any issues.
Darn thing is still running strong. The USB display is basically gone, as I leave it on that setting 90 percent of the time, but can still run it loud enough to hurt! Definitely happy with its longevity! I'm kicking it back up to 4 stars for that.
(Update Mid November 2017)
Product still outputs fine. Discovered that the screaming static was/is a Windows 10 issue with the USB output. I do just leave it on 24/7 as it takes an annoying amount of time to "boot" when turned on. But the reason I dropped it from 4 stars to 3 is that the front display is about gone. There is a dim blue glow now and if you get right up in front of it, about a foot away, you can just make out the content. I've used it enough to know what to do to make it work (I use both USB and Optical input) so it is still usable. I know the other reviews say "For the price..." a lot, but really, losing the display in 6-8 months? NOT acceptable at any price.
(Original review Mid March 2017)
Wonderful, clear output. Paired with Bose speakers for great sound. Use the optic input from tv, no issues. Also use supplied usb cable to connect to windows 10 tower. This doesn't always work. May watch several videos with no issue, then suddenly I start one that gives me screaming static. But is it the tower, cable, or unit? Turning the video off and back on usually clears it up, but... Also, remote is really, really, really, line of sight. Anything, no matter how small, between it and unit and it doesn't work. Must be right on axis with the unit, too.