|Special Features||3.5mm headphone jack, 2.5mm headphone jack|
|Battery Cell Composition||Lithium Ion|
|Supported Standards||MP3, ALAC, DSF, APE, FLAC, PCM, WAV|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 6.7 x 1.5 cm; 185.97 Grams|
|Item Weight||186 g|
|Item Model Number||DH100GR01|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||25 June 2018|
Portable Headphone Amplifier HIDIZS DH1000 HiFi Headphone AMP for MP3 MP4 Phones Digital Audio Players and Computers (Grey)
|Price:||+ $10.39 Delivery|
- First dual balanced amplifier with a frequency response of 0Hz ~ 50 KHz and 120dB stereo separation.
- Headphone Port:2.5/3.5mm standard headphone jack,122 dB SNR high performance analogue output.
- Supports Flac, APE, WAV, ALAC, APPLE LOSSLESS, DSF, DSDIFF and other Hi-Res audio files including PCM 24-Bit/192kHz, native DSD64/128.
- The HIDIZS DH1000 provides enough power to drive headphones from 8 to 600Ω impedance.
- Perfectly compatible with iPhone, Android Phones, iPad, PC, MAC and most DAPs
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HIDIZS DH1000 Portable Hi-Res DAC/Headphone Amplifier (Grey)
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It easily has the power to drive the (54 Ohm) 380 Pros, and I would suspect also headphones with higher impedance. I rarely have to turn the volume up beyond 70 (out of 100 steps).
I only use wired connection, so cannot comment on Bluetooth pairing.
The AP80s main two faults are its power button/volume dial and the touchscreen. A day or two after purchase, I was considering getting a refund because the volume dial seemed cheap and difficult to alter the volume when the device's screen was off. This meant having to take the unit out of my pocket and using two hands to adjust the volume - a small, but irritating problem. Since then, I have learned the best way is to have the player in a pocket on your left, adjust the volume with your middle finger of your left hand. Thumb and forefinger will naturally provide more stability on the player this way. One thing to note: the dial 'clicks' when adjusting - I would much rather it be a smooth silent dial.
The screen is not the best in terms of responsiveness. I frequently have to press several times before the unit responds. Not a deal-breaker, but still annoying.
Overall, the AP80 represents bang-for-your-buck for those in the £200 or less market (though the Cowon Plenue D may soon be discounted, D2 to be released). This is a good buy if you favour sound quality over functionality, want a more detailed rather than exciting sound, and do not require 2.5mm balanced output. I have previously owned DACs by Cozoy and used an LG V10 for music. The AP80 has them beat on sound, probably because of its good DAC/amp implementation. This will last me a year or two before upgrading to an iBasso DX120/150 with IT03 earphones.