|Memory Storage Capacity||2 TB|
|Digital Storage Capacity||2 TB|
|Special Features||Sports-and-exercise, USB connectivity|
|Standing screen display size||3.2 Inches|
|Battery Average Life||16 Hours|
|Battery cell composition||Lithium Polymer|
|Device interface - primary||Touchscreen|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Product Dimensions||6.3 x 1.5 x 11.3 cm; 520 Grams|
|Item Weight||520 g|
|Item Model Number||DX120|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||5 September 2019|
iBasso DX120 High Performance Digital Audio Player (Earth Brown)
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|Memory storage capacity||2 TB|
|Screen size||3.2 Inches|
About this item
- The Lowest Distortion AK4495 Player
- Average Play Time: 16 hours
- Full Balanced Output
- Dual Quick Charge & USB Type-C
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In form and function the DX120 is like a fine sports car, fast, responsive, sleek of line with power to spare. The Output power of the DX120 is up to 400mW with 32ohm load.
The DX120 development focused on obtaining the most out of the AK4495 DAC chip. The specifications for the AK4495 show a THD+N of -105dB. In real practice obtaining this THD+N can be very difficult. However our engineers, through hard work utilizing intelligent design and research, have reached a THD+N of -111dB!
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4" / 9 cm
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1st off, the price - £249 (August 2019) is good value for a player with 2 SD slots, recognising most music format files bar MQA, with a ceiling of 2TB - that's a HUGE amount.
2nd: fast, responsive screen. My main DAP (original AK120) cost 4 times as much as this and tracking through the screens is a nightmare. I like the computer-hierarchy for folders - fast finding any track as long as I know the album. Easy manoeuvring between all screens and drop down menus.
3rdly: the sound. I had an iBasso D2 Boa headphone amp and liked this so much (it was discontinued) that when the Li Ion battery eventually died I sent it back to China for a new battery to be fitted - think it cost about £30. Sound is clean in the mids and trebles, accurate, and a richer presence in the base than what I have been used to - but not boom-a-boom, which I hate.
4: There are good reviews and access to other iBasso information on the web - google iBasso DX120 reviews / or iBasso DX120 Manuals (I'm not allowed by Amazon to put the links here, that would makes things too helpful)
I'd say it doesn't have the wider soundscape of the AK120 - but I am only in the first 50 hours of burning it in, and have yet to connect it with Kimber Cable. For carrying my music collection about when travelling, it's ideal.
Interface is not great though: I've seen worse in these Chinese devices, but some menus and options are quite well hidden, and the touchscreen sensitivity is off - sometimes I open three things in a row with a simple touch, or get no reaction at all. Not a huge deal, but at this price tag, I expected a bit better (Please don't put Android to fix it! Just improve your existing dedicated system instead).
But overall, superb sound, excellent manufacturing quality and materials. Would give 5/5 if it had a better interface.