For Computers & Mobile Devices. Separate DAC & Amp Functions. Supports Resolutions up to 96kHz/24-Bit. Works as Pass Thru While Charging.
Up to 30 Hours Amp Battery Life. USB Cable and 1/8 Audio Cable Included. The Q1 Portable Headphone Amplifier & DAC from Fiio is designed to provide improved digital to analog conversion and amplification for your computer and mobile device with file resolutions up to 96 kHz/24-bit. The unit utilizes the premium Texas Instruments PCM5102 DAC chip which provides low distortion, solid dynamic performance, and enhanced jitter rejection, while the Maxim's MAX97220 amp IC chip provides high current with minimal distortion and noise.
The built-in 1400 mAh rechargeable battery is capable of charging while in use and boasts up to 30 hours of use at normal volumes and can reach a full charge in less than 4 hours. The Q1 ships with a USB cable, 1/8 / 3.5mm audio cable, a silicone base pad, and two silicone bands. Texas Instruments PCM5102 DAC chip. Maxim MAX97220 amplifier IC chip.
Micro USB port for charging and USB audio connections; may carry on decoding / amplifying while charging. Line input/output (using same physical port). Robust toggle switches for gain, bass boost, and USB charging on/off. Volume, gain, and bass boost controls to satisfy different listening needs.Status LED indicator for charging and working status. Internal rechargeable Li-poly battery for up to 30 hours of continuous use.
Small, all-metal chassis to shield against EM interfere. Sandblasted exterior for better hand holding. The item "FiiO Q1 Portable USB DAC Amplifier Headphone Amp" is in sale since Tuesday, February 27, 2018.
This item is in the category "Consumer Electronics\TV, Video & Home Audio\Home Audio\Receivers & Amplifiers\Amplifiers & Preamps". The seller is "hirezaudio" and is located in US Shipping Only. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Finland, Australia, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Germany, New Zealand, Singapore, Norway, Malaysia.