Hey guys, check out the second generation ZuperDAC-S Portable Hi-Fi USB DAC by Zorloo. Powered by ESS Sabre 9018Q2C with integrated headphone amplifier. 40% reduction in size and weigh compare to previous generation. Hardware volume buttons are added. Better audio performance and lower output impedance (<2ohm) at 192kHz/24-bit with USB-Audio Class 2 asynchronous mode. Sound great? Read on to find out…
ESS Sabre ES9018K2M which famous with great sound quality is no stranger to audiophile. Yup, that’s the Hi-Fi DAC that power iDAC Headphone Amplifier from SonicWave Technology, Taiwan. Besides, it is using ESS Sabre ES9601 amplifier to provide 192kHz and 24-bit high resolution audio to your mobile devices. There are 2 models available – Android and iOS. Android version with XMOS xCORE-AUDIO Hi-Res Processor can be used on PC and Mac as well. Interested? Read this review to know more…
Update – Aero Digital Earphone campaign is now live at Indiegogo (http://igg.me/at/adigitalearphone). Get yours now!!!
Zorloo the company behind ZuperDAC USB DAC that I love is going to come out another in-ear earphones soon. Yup, it is Aero Digital Earphone (their 2nd generation). Unlike normal earphones, it has DAC and amp built-in. Yes, Aero is using the best-of-the-class HiFi ESS Sabre9018 audio DAC to deliver every fine detail with crystal clear sound. The audio output is fed to the custom made 14.8mm driver which not only reproduces the music in a faithful manner but is also itself capable of being replaced for personal taste, thanks to the modular architecture of the earphone driver design.
Not satisfy with your current devices’ audio quality? I have a solution for you. Yes, try out Zorloo ZuperDAC. It is a portable Hi-Fi USB DAC that can transform your existing PC, Mac, Android, iPhone and Raspberry Pi into a Hi-Fi music system. What makes ZuperDAC special? It is powered by the famous ESS Sabre ES9018K2M DAC which can be found in many high end digital audio players. And equipped with ESS Sabre ES9601 headphone amplifier too. Has USB Audio Class 2 compatibility and support up to 192kHz and 24-bit high resolution audio. Sound good? Read on to find out…