Intro Ifi Audio is known for making remarkable yet affordable DAC/Headphone Amps, but today we’re looking at their first Portable Bluetooth DAC/Amp, the $199 iFi GO blu. Unlike many portable Bluetooth DACs, the GO blu
Today, iFi announced their smallest DAC/Headphone Amp to date, the $199 GO blu. About the size of a Zippo lighter, this compact unit connects to sources either via Bluetooth (with aptX, aptX HD, aptX LL,
Following the release of ZEN DAC V2, iFi Audio has unveiled yet another upgrade to their affordable ZEN hi-fi line with the ZEN Blue V2. The V2 release of the ZEN Blue Bluetooth receiver now
A reader writes: Would a music streamer, like Andover’s Audio Songbird Music Streamer, be necessary for a system with a PS Audio Sprout since the Sprout has Bluetooth? Thanks M.B. Hello M.B, Not necessarily.
Remarkable Wireless Sound For The Money! It wasn’t long ago, the phrase “Hi-Fi Bluetooth Receiver” would’ve been considered something of an oxymoron. Even a couple of years back, the sound quality of Bluetooth was pretty
“Hi-Res” Bluetooth And A Whole Lot More… Shanling, a company known here in the U.S. for its portable “head-fi” offerings, entered the desktop side of hi-fi today with its new $169 BA1 Desktop Hi-Fi Bluetooth
Last week I reviewed the $69 Zorloo Ztella, a “dongle” DAC/Headphone Amp that improves upon the sound from your cellphone or laptop by plugging into the USB port and using it as a digital output.
HiBy’s new Bluetooth Reciever/Headphone Amp, the W3, packs a bunch of features in a compact and inexpensive package. From the announcement: The W3 is packed with powerful hardware, utilizing a CSR8675 Bluetooth 5.0 receiver and
Man…When I first read the specs on the HiBy W5 Bluetooth Headphone Amplifier, I couldn’t help but back it on Kickstarter. For $69 I got a wireless headphone amp that can drive 300-ohm headphones, supports