FiiO E9 Desktop Headphone Amplifier and Dock for E7 USB DAC
- Two channel power output, with jacks for both 1/8(3.5mm) and 1/4(6.35mm) headphones
- TI TPA6120 current feedback power amp with low noise, low distortion and high switching rate
- Soft on/off with sealed relay protects power amplifier output
- Smooth and low noise ALPS sealed potentiometer for volume control
- Audio buffers using ultra-low distortion and low noise Burr-Brown OPA2134 op amps
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|Item Dimensions||3.78 x 5.87 x 2.2 in||3.78 x 5.87 x 2.2 in||6.5 x 8.5 x 2.5 in||0.5 x 4.1 x 2.5 in||1.5 x 1.74 x 0.5 in|
The FiiO E9 desktop headphone amplifier offers truly stunning audio performance and versatility to headphone and audio enthusiasts. Its sleek and modern form factor, while minimalist in apperance, belies the engineering marvel within. The E9 has exceptionally low noise and distortion, providing enough power to drive the most demanding headphones up to 600? with excellent dynamics and clarity.The E9 also serves as a dock for the E7 USB DAC and portable amp. When combined, the E9 and E7 becomes a seamless high fidelity audio interface for any computer, allowing noisy internal sound cards in computers and laptops to be bypassed. With both a fixed and a volume controled line level output, the E9 functions well as a pre-amp for driving power amps or active monitors.Features- Two channel power output, with jacks for both 1/8"(3.5mm) and 1/4"(6.35mm) headphones- TI TPA6120 current f
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Only using the amplifier. I don't use the E7 DAC.
I use a Squeezebox v3 which uses a Burr Brown 24 bit 192Khz DAC of much better quality.
E9 sounds good with my Beyerdynamic DT990 and Audio Technica ATH-911 headphones.
Detailed and full sound with a tight bass. Lots of power to spare.
However I found it very bright, lacking bass and fullness with Grado SR225 headphones.
Lacks phono/RCA inputs (uses a 3.5mm line in), otherwise I would have given 5 stars.
For the price, it works well.
I've been using it almost a month now and have no real gripes.
It certainly has the power to drive every headphone I have tried.
I managed to get a hold of an E7 DAC to try with it and did find it a moderate
upgrade to the "SRS Premium sound" of my Dell laptop. So if your laptop/PC has
a slightly questionable quality sound card that was bundled with it (like mine) then you may find this E7/E9 combo to be a worthy upgrade for power hungry cans.
For more sensitive earphones, the E7 DAC/amp may be enough on its own.
I use this in combination with a FiiO E7 through USB output on my computer. I use this combination for several hours a day on a daily basis. I don't think I can remember a day I haven't used this dynamic duo.
The FiiO E9 is a great entry-level amplifier for anyone looking to take the plunge into the world of headphones. It comes with a nice variety of inputs and outputs to help with your different needs, which makes this appealing to a wide-variety of people.
The stainless steel outside is a real pleasure to look at and the big volume knob on the front is smooth and extremely easy to turn.
I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this product to anyone looking for a great amplifier that packs in great features for a small price!
Overall, its a nice amp for headphones.
Pros: Solid structure, nice finish and appealing to look at. Controls and smooth and easy to use such as the volume.
Only cons: Its somewhat large and requires external powerful supply. Would be nice if it ran off usb power.
It feels very solid and heavy for its size. The volume knob feels ok, but it has no tactile feedback at all. Just a somewhat loose spinning wheel. It also makes a bit of sound as the edges of the knob cause friction on the casing behind it. It makes a somewhat hollow sound as they rub. Other than the cheap feeling knob, i don't have any other complaints.
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Shoddy build quality. After a couple years of very light use the input jack has gone bad.Read more