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$149.99 iFi Nano-iDSD PCM/DSD/DXD Battery Powered USB DAC Portable Decoder +FS

Adorama offers iFi Nano-iDSD PCM/DSD/DXD Battery Powered USB DAC Portable Decoder for $149.99 (reg. $199) plus free shipping.

Product Description:
For limited time only, save 25% on the iFi Nano-iDSD dropping from $199.00 to $149.99 when you buy this item at Adorama.com and Shipping is free!

The iFi nano iDSD is full of 'firsts.' It is the world's smallest, portable (only 163g), battery-powered, serious DAC that plays ALL high-resolution formats: PCM/DSD/DXD natively. Its portable form belies its bleeding-edge technological design. With the latest breakthrough True Native technology from AMR, the music format remains unchanged throughout. PCM (32bit/384kHz), DSD256 (11.2MHz) and DXD (384kHz) via Computer or iPhone/iPad/Android simply sounds stunning; opening up a whole new world of high-end audio quality to a whole new generation of users.

In a palm-sized chassis with an onboard lithium-polymer battery and headphone output, the iDSD is as extraordinary 'on the go' as it is in a 'high-end system'. It handles Computers/Smartphones with aplomb. It even features an SPDIF coax digital output for A/V receivers or similar to offer unrivalled flexibility. The iDSD. Small in size. Tremendous in technology.

Having a chipset able to play all formats would count for little if this was not all executed natively; without conversion from one format to another. Using trickle-down technology from AMR (who drafted the chipset code) to drive this Burr-Brown chipset, the original music format remains unchanged which is essential to attaining the zenith in high-end audio reproduction. Computer-audio playback is advancing at breakneck speed. The iDSD is at the cutting-edge.

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iFi Micro-iCAN Headphone Amplifier, Special Edition for $249.99 (reg. $399) plus free shipping.

Category: Electronics (other)

Posted on 06 September 2016, 05:05 PM