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Fiio E07K Andes USB DAC and Portable Headphone Amplifier Black
- TI PCM2706 USB receiver, 48 kHz 16-bit support for Windows XP/2000/Vista/7 and Mac OS
- Wolfson WM8740 DAC, ADI AD8692 OP Amp and TI TPA6130A Power AMP
- High performance, excellent resolution, low distortion, and powerful output
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The Andes E07K Portable USB DAC Headphone Amplifier from Fiio can be used for the playback of audio from a computer or analog source. It has both a USB input for digital audio and a 3.5mm input for analog audio sources. The Andes E07K provides you with two 3.5mm stereo headphone outputs. The Andes E07K features independent bass and treble adjustment, allowing you to customize the playback of your sound. Three levels of gain adjustment at 0, 6, and 12dB provide you with further control over the output. The unit is powered by its internal rechargeable battery, which is capable of up to 24 hours of playback on a single charge. Right and left output can be independently adjusted Supports playback of digital audio with resolutions up to 96kHz/24-bit via its USB port Hold Key prevents accidental operation changes Independent bass and treble adjustment function provides 20 shifting choices from -10dB to 10dB Lo Bypass Switch creates a line output signal for use with the Fiio E09K or L7
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In short, it amplifies your media player's sound power by many orders of magnitude depending on its stock levels and delivers a nice, clean sound. I think the average laptop will benefit immensely from this. I can't comment on iphone or ipod amplification, but I'd be wary of carrying this thing around in addition to those devices. It's the same basic mass/weight of an ipod classic with slightly different dimensions. And I personally find the stock amplification of the iphone 6 to be plenty adequate for my headphones.
In summary: if you're disappointed by the audio output of your computer (or other media player), try this device. You'll probably be pretty happy with it.
The only Con is that the instructions are not good. Fortunately, the drivers installed automatically and the controls are intuitive so this wasn't a problem.