- Android capable USB dac?
I have the original (well 1.2 I think) DragonFly DAC. I’ve been pretty impressed with it to be honest but I’ve stopped using is as the DAC on my new lappy and phone are good enough for the headphones I use most of the time.
Worth it if you have some decent headphones though.Posted 1 year agogobuchulMember
I use this app for both my DAC Magic and uber cheap Behringer USB DAC on my tablet.Posted 1 year ago
Dacmagic XS around the same price as the Dragonfly….. I think it’ll be one of these. Local hifi shop has both so I’ll go have a listen. I don’t need super high end as the source isn’t, and the headphones aren’t, just slightly above middle will do me, for now. (Although I run my TV via optical to my amp, wondered if a wee powered DAC inline would be worth a go…..Posted 1 year agoCountZeroMember
The Onkyo app is meant to be quite good too…
It is that, been using it for some time. I like the EQ function, being able to create a custom audio curve for a variety of headphones and earphones, if necessary; a couple of pairs of IEM’s I use I leave as a flat response, others I tweak slightly. I also like the fade function, it actually works pretty well on shuffle play, each track segues into the next very neatly.Posted 1 year ago
Using VLC / Foobar on Windows I’m super impressed with these headphones. The laptop seems to have more output than my phone does and I’ve set the output to 24bit 96000Hz and listening to some old Hip Hop albums which are FLAC. So Impressed!!!! I was tempted with the m50x but the reviews were great for the m40x and loads of people say they were the better (but cheaper) headphone. Not hi-end in any way but to my ears they sound fantastic.
Onkyo don’t seem to do a Windows version of their app but Foobar is more than enough.Posted 1 year ago
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