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    Hiby R5iiHiby R5ii

    Hiby R5ii

    It's devices like R5II that really change the game. HiBy Music disregard this Android 8 music player's entry-level status, taking it to giant-killing heights by building it with a Class A discrete transistor balanced amplifier outputting in 2.5mm and 4.4mm. It leapt immediately onto Headfonia's Recommended Buys list. Headfonics confirm R5II does it all. There was nothing of note for Twister6 to dislike! Never mind that beginner DAPs have sounded good for the longest time – HiBy build R5II to sound great and punch way above its weight. Class A shows up in the sound, with a sense of vibrancy and vigour delivering notes with charged energy. There's a trademark HiBy accuracy to frequency response too, coloured yet always correct. Dual ESS Technology ES9219Cs supply the usual precision as a decoding backbone, allowing you to play back Apple Music Hi-Res Lossless, 16X Tidal Masters and Spotify with no shortage of mobile fidelity. [See Product Desc. For More] What's special about the ES9219C is that it grants R5II access to its on-chip analog volume control – the baby of HiBy's bunch attenuates volume in the analog domain granting much better signal-to-noise performance than the average competitor's lossy digital volume control. You'll see that we're already discussing R5II as a much higher-end offering than it is. And there's still more. Small signal accuracy in the DAC and gain stage is key, because this flows on to a series of eight discrete dual bipolar transistors working in pure Class A. Differentiating itself from so many others who use op-amp ICs with inordinate amounts of gain, R5II's open-loop linearity remains excellent before application of feedback, owing to its Class A bias. That ensures individual transistors are working in optimum condition. Distortion and noise are kept low, without resorting to the excessive use of negative feedback. HiBy designed a true-balanced differential amplifier to further improve R5II's linearity, and you can count on common-mode rejection at its best whenever you plug in via 2.5mm or 4.4mm. Without adding cheaply-built, signal degrading adapters to your balanced connections to make something fit, even your flagships can be juiced to the max potential, signal integrity guaranteed via direct sockets soldered to PCB. R5II's current handling is impressive given its number of output transistors in parallel, meaning this HiBy remains unfazed driving even Odin and Legend Evo from Empire Ears, the Craft Ears Aurum, or Madoo's Type 711.  By putting such a high-performance circuit in the palms of people's hands, and offering them a Snapdragon 425 with full Google Play support with the ability to bypass Android sample-rate conversion for bit-perfect playback, music is truly accessible to anyone and everyone. TechPowerUp award their Highly Recommended and Innovation awards to R5ii. Discussing the above, it's so easy to forget we're talking about R5II as HiBy's entry-level offering. See what these forward-thinkers can really do higher up the range here, or view our other music players here.

    $629

    Our Price | $599

    Hiby R2Hiby R2
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    Hiby R2

    GOOD TO KNOW:Operating System: HiBy OS DAC: ES9218 Battery size: 1000mAh Storage: Via MicroSD card slot supporting up to 2TB Play time: Up to 15 hours continuous 3.5mm output power: 70mW per channel

    $139

    Our Price | $129

    HiBy New R6HiBy New R6

    HiBy New R6

    A New R6, for a bright new future for HiBy Music. This Head-Fi favourite for easy Google Play usability gets the 2021 refresh with new Android 9.0 software and, critically, audio hardware upgrades. Two of ESS Technology's flagship ES9038Q2M mobile decoders supply a baseline of portable fidelity upon which the rest of the New R6 is built upon. Dual power supplies are separated to individually feed this palm powerhouse's digital and analog sections with the cleanest, most stable DC. [See Product Desc. For More] The latter is critically a stage that outputs the same 750 milliwatts that distinguished its R6 Pro predecessor, pushing all matter of Focal, Rosson Audio Design, Sennheiser and ZMF Headphones. An I/V stage built with the OPA1612 from Texas Instruments optimises small signal from the DACs, pushing distortion specs down at the beginning of New R6's analog circuit to help it maintain overall composure under load. Big can aficionados are well served with New R6's MQA decoding capability.. Headfonics praise its "design, size, overall performance" as "more complete than any other DAP at this price point in terms of OS experience". Twister6 call this a "V6 with twin turbo"! Headfonia echo it's a no-brainer in its segment, presenting it a 'Recommended Buy' award, something Currawong concluded after analysis in context of New R6's rivals. Also check out the R2R RS6, R8 and R3 Pro Saber from HiBy here, or view our other music players here.

    $1,149

    Our Price | $1,090

    Hiby WH3Hiby WH3
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    Hiby WH3

    The HiBy Crystal 4 is a quad-BA set of In-Ear Monitors. You can customise your sound by changing the crossover modes via the Hiby Blue App on Google Play or Apple Store. Up to 24hrs playtime Bluetooth 5.0 Intelligent touch control Only 6g per earpiece, perfect for different use scenarios with all-day comfort.

    $239

    Our Price | $149

    HiBy RS6HiBy RS6
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    HiBy RS6

    Listeners just can't resist resistor-ladder DACs, and the same can entirely be said for HiBy Music's discrete R2R RS6. Headfonia rates it a "very good statement from the brand". It's a worthy introduction for analog lovers says Headfonics, and R2R was just the first step in building a supreme Android DAP experience to Twister6. READ ALSO Evolve or go extinct with RS6's R2R Your music will be decoded up and down RS6's ladder of individual resistors. And with the work and skill it takes to design one's own R2R resistor DAC from scratch, we must say: RS6 is proof of how far up the ladder HiBy have climbed. [See Product Desc. For More] We've heard multiple times it's not a matter of parts but the implementation that counts. So we pay attention when RS6 converts PCM and DSD via separate circuit paths, doing so for the former ala typical R2R – NOS (non-oversampling).  That's double the feat because the precision demanded in exact resistor values – for the buttery, natural and resolving ability that R2R DAC topology is known for – goes up. Lovers of reference sound need not fret, however, with the ability to switch PCM decoding from NOS to oversampling mode for the cleanest possible result. That scrubs any last distortion and artifacts beyond the audible human hearing range. HiBy make the distinction between PCM and DSD, because RS6 separately converts the latter with the most purity ever encountered in a portable device till date. Instead of pre-conversion to PCM as many other off-the-shelf DAC chips do, RS6 preserves the original DSD file throughout the process.  Believe it: HiBy decode natively in DSD's true 1-bit process. RS6 calls for a simple low-pass filter for the purest, most elegant portable DSD conversion that preserves the simplicity of the process and original waveform. Amidst minimal digital filtering, the format's analog-like goodness gets delivered unmolested to your ears. RS6's dedicated and separate R2R PCM and DSD circuit paths mean you stand to enjoy the best sound you thought possible from either form – impossible to this extent, till now. It gets a Gold Award from Soundnews for its performance and innovation. The final product goes through an analog volume control before reaching the output amp, for preservation of your music's true resolution, and that very special, discrete, native DSD decode. No detail is too small for HiBy, and it stretches to software. With Head-Fi's best Google Play Store and Android 9 UI at your fingertips, audiophiles will enjoy the natural, fatigue-free detail of RS6. Use any streamed music service ranging from 16X Tidal MQA, Spotify, full Hi-Res Lossless Apple Music and Roon, to YouTube, Plexamp and Soundcloud.  This is innovation that saw Headfonics name RS6 on its prestigious Top Gear 2021 Editor's Choice list. Hear this in tandem with C9 – owners of Cayin Audio's flagship portable tube amp should also seek out RS6 for a tremendously thorough R2R source complete with hardware line-out port. Also check out HiBy's New R6 here, all of HiBy's releases here, or view our other music players here.

    $1,999

    Our Price | $1,899

    HiBy R8HiBy R8

    HiBy R8

    HiBy Music's R8 release comes as a sign of assurance, a bid at challenging for the top of the DAP market. If you've found a niche make it yours, and HiBy's uber-powerful Android 9 and MQA 16X player is a showcase of electronics engineering brilliance. [See Product Desc. For More] R8's dual AKM4497s bring out the best of your online and offline Tidal MQA files, with a headphone amplifier Turbo Mode that puts out desktop amplifier leagues of power to drive Sennheiser and ZMF Headphones with ease. Here is a DAP that's all about the big experience. Such as the biggest, most speaker-like performance from Sennheiser's HD800S driven 4.4mm balanced: two strong tower images playing from in front of you. Even desktop amplifiers struggle to portray the same cues in spatial depth with this headphone legend, certainly never matching full-size stereo listening...until now. R8 leapt onto Headfonia's 'Recommended Buys' list for its supremacy in powering virtually all manner of headphones, being elevated to a 'Best of 2020' award given it's no small task for a portable device. Yet Twister6 hailed HiBy for giving us a flagship music player not all about brute force, but beautiful sound as well. This all led to Headfonics proclaiming R8 the most complete DAP on the market at time of writing. For the music player that does it all comes with a full suite of accessories including its own premium leather-bound carry box and exclusive Dignis case in tow. It's an unboxing experience to behold. Porta Fi called it – HiBy nailed it with R8. Now at Zepp, whet your appetites with the rest of HiBy's releases here first, or browse our other music players here.

    $2,799

    Our Price | $2,599

    Hiby FC3Hiby FC3

    Hiby FC3

    HiBy's USB DAC and headphone amplifier built for smartphones, laptops and desktops. ES9281pro DAC Supports MQA HiRes certified 70mW high power Low battery consumption ES9281pro DAC RGB indicator light DSD128 3.5mm headphone jack All metal body

    $99

    Our Price | $89

    Hiby 2.5 - 4.4 AdapterHiby 2.5 - 4.4 Adapter

    Hiby 2.5 - 4.4 Adapter

    Balanced 4.4mm Male to 2.5mm Female Adapter (0.12m)

    $29

    Our Price | $29

    Hiby RS8Hiby RS8

    Hiby RS8

    DARWIN shook Head-Fi and now HiBy Music has arrived at R2R's final evolution. RS8 climbs to the peak of portable decoding with DARWIN II – HiBy's flagship R2R topology. HiBy's flagship R2R music player spares no expense and doesn't stop at its most advanced resistor ladder DAC, adding on a discrete Class A 4.4mm headphone amplifier and overbuilt power supplies. It's a new gold standard that matches desktop R2R writes Headfonics. RS8 is the host with the most, doubling its DAC's individual resistor count compared to RS6 and putting its precision at the disposal of a full Google Play Services Android 12 OS. The Headphone List recommends RS8 unequivocally. Install and play back your favourite music streaming apps such as Tidal Masters and Apple Music at their full resolutions, courtesy of this decoding behemoth. [See Product Desc. For More] RS8 follows in RS6's footsteps converting PCM and DSD via separate DARWIN II circuit paths, doing so for the former ala typical R2R – NOS (non-oversampling).  READ ALSO How HiBy's DARWIN set the standard That's double the feat because the precision demanded in exact resistor values – for the buttery, natural and resolving ability that R2R DAC topology is known for – goes up. DARWIN II doubles the individual resistors originally found in DARWIN, making the most of its chassis space to line up 184 high-precision resistors to work the Most Significant Bits and Least Significant Bits of your music better.  DARWIN II's linearity improves as a result and its capacity to reproduce micro-detail from small signal levels sees a dynamic range improvement of 15dB in RS8.  Lovers of reference sound need not fret, however, with the ability to switch PCM decoding from NOS to oversampling mode for the cleanest possible result. That scrubs any last distortion and artifacts beyond the audible human hearing range, via proprietary DARWIN II digital filters implemented aboard RS8's FPGA. At the signal processing stage, HiBy make the distinction between PCM and DSD, because RS8 separately converts the latter with the most purity ever encountered in a portable device till date. Instead of pre-conversion to PCM as many other off-the-shelf DAC chips do, RS8 preserves the original DSD file throughout the process.  Believe it: HiBy decode natively in DSD's true 1-bit process. RS8 calls for a simple low-pass filter for the purest, most elegant portable DSD conversion that preserves the simplicity of the process and original waveform. Amidst minimal digital filtering, the format's analog-like goodness gets delivered unmolested to your ears. RS8's dedicated and separate R2R PCM and DSD circuit paths mean you stand to enjoy the best sound you thought possible from either form – impossible to this extent, till now. The final product goes through an analog volume control before reaching the output amp, for preservation of your music's true resolution, and that very special, discrete, native DSD decode. HiBy's reckoning has been in developing wonderfully innovative hardware free of any prior ceiling. And with RS8's R2R DARWIN II digital circuit only as good as its analog output circuit, HiBy capitalise on the extra circuit board space to mount a massive discrete headphone amplifier. Large power rails see operating voltages rise as high as 7.5 volts, the linearity of eight dual bipolar transistors outputting in parallel assured as a result. RS8's discrete headphone amplifier can be operated in Class AB or an optimal Class A.  Differentiating itself from even other flagships that cling to op-amp layouts seeking THX-certification but with inordinate amounts of gain and feedforward/feedback, HiBy's linearity remains excellent already in the open-loop, owing to its high operating voltages and bias. Those ensure individual transistors are working in optimum condition. Distortion and noise are kept low, without resorting to the excessive use of negative feedback. HiBy designed a true-balanced differential amplifier to further improve RS8's linearity, and you can count on common-mode rejection at its best whenever you plug in via 4.4mm preserving DARWIN II's resolution. Eight output transistors ensure immense current-handling for good reason, to reap the full benefit of RS8's separate power supplies for analog and digital sections. The former is particularly massive and incorporates inductors that store huge energy in a magnetic field before releasing on demand to HiBy's Class A amplifier. Superior even to super capacitors due to their low DC resistance, these inductors constitute a massive power supply that ensures RS8 relishes as much pushing low-impedance Empire Ears Odins and EVOs as it will driving Focal's Utopia 2022. RS8 is digital, analog and power supply design excellence par none that will serve you for years to come as numerous firmware updates carry new code teaching HiBy's FPGA new tricks. And Android 12 OS mounted on top of a Snapdragon 665 CPU promises stable, snappy operating streaming 16X MQA via Tidal Masters, full resolution Apple Music Hi-Res Lossless, and Spotify. If Head-Fi had been looking at what the future had to offer, then HiBy have decisively provided us with dreams that are made out of RS8. Also check out HiBy's RS6 here, all of HiBy's releases here, or view our other music players here.

    $4,899

    Our Price | $4,599

    Hiby RS2Hiby RS2
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    Hiby RS2

    R2R is for the purists, and few get purer than RS2. HiBy Music distilled the necessities from their pioneer RS6 for pure file music playback in a mini-form factor. Clearly enough, to land on Headfonia, and Audiophile-Heaven's, Recommended Buys list, with no shortage of the R2R experience for Headfonics. While being the smaller sibling, RS2 plays music back with a sonic truth and a particular delicacy and refinement only possible from R2R, but different to its Darwin counterpart. Those with a tremendous personal music library of files will be particular enamoured with RS2's dual micro SD card slots for up to 4TB of storage. READ ALSO Darwin R2R sees HiBy set the bar PCM and DSD will be decoded up and down RS2's ladder of individual resistors, in the second generation of HiBy's low-powered, battery-friendly, Darwin architecture. With the work and skill it takes to design one's own R2R resistor DAC from scratch, we must say: RS2, like RS6 before, is proof of how far up the ladder HiBy have climbed. [See Product Desc. For More] We've heard multiple times it's not a matter of parts but the implementation that counts. So we pay attention when RS2 coverts PCM and DSD via separate circuit paths, doing so for the former ala typical R2R – NOS (non-oversampling).  That's double the feat because the precision demanded in exact resistor values – for the buttery, natural and resolving ability that R2R DAC topology is known for – goes up. Lovers of reference sound need not fret, however, with the ability to switch PCM decoding from NOS to oversampling mode for the cleanest possible result. That scrubs any last distortion and artifacts beyond the audible human hearing range. HiBy make the distinction between PCM and DSD, because RS2 separately converts the latter with the most purity ever encountered in a portable device till date. Instead of pre-conversion to PCM as many other off-the-shelf DAC chips do, RS2 preserves the original DSD file throughout the process.  Believe it: HiBy decode natively in DSD's true 1-bit process. RS2 calls for a simple low-pass filter for the purest, most elegant portable DSD conversion that preserves the simplicity of the process and original waveform. Amidst minimal digital filtering, the format's analog-like goodness gets delivered unmolested to your ears. RS2's dedicated and separate R2R PCM and DSD circuit paths mean you stand to enjoy the best sound you thought possible from either form – impossible to this extent, till now.  The final product goes through JRC's NJW1195A digitally-controlled analog volume control before reaching the output amp, for preservation of your music's true resolution, and that very special, discrete, native DSD decode. The sleekest, latest version of HiByOS allows you to navigate basically between your albums, artists, files and folders as you wrote them to your SD cards. With 4TB of external file storage, and up to 10 hours of playback, get back on the road with maximum portable fidelity in 2022. Also check out HiBy's bigger RS6 here, all of HiBy's releases here, or view our other music players here.

    $699

    Our Price | $659

    Hiby FC4Hiby FC4

    Hiby FC4

    A good dongle DAC starts with its DAC chips but top performance entails so much more, HiBy Music prove with FC4. Their latest balanced 4.4mm dongle supplied by dual ESS Technology ES9218PC DAC chips, with analog volume control aboard. In this way HiBy claim 340 milliwatts of power and yet maintain 123dB of signal-to-noise ratio, for music player levels of detail and fidelity even from USB's 5 volt supply. Headfonia say "it's simply too good ... sound quality is superb, build quality is praise-worthy". FC4's value proposition is so serious Audiophile-Heaven puts it top of the heap at its price. [See Product Desc. For More] In fact, a whole digital subsystem was built around HiBy's uber-affordable dongle. FC4 boasts a FPGA working in tandem with two clocks to supply its ES9218PC DACs a clean I2S input. HiBy derive an overbuilt clocking system this way, pushing down phase noise and reducing jitter even at this form factor. FC4's USB-C receiver is also of excellent quality to run an excellent asynchronous signal from your phone, tablet or computer, and its powerful DSP works in tandem with the FPGA to preserve the integrity of your music data for decoding. Additionally, HiBy's onboard volume control buttons ensures you can run a true 8 times MQA even from portable Android devices, with sample-rate indication lights confirming it. This portable powerhouse comes with a detachable cable and can be adapted for a range of mobile applications, from smartphones to iOS Lightning and laptops. Also browse the rest of HiBy's options here, or our other DAC/amps here.

    $139

    Our Price | $139

    Hiby FC5Hiby FC5

    Hiby FC5

    HiBy Music cue the best associations with ESS Technology through FC5. This 4.4mm portable DAC/amp sources key Sabre parts to build a wonderfully detailed, and powerful, MQA dongle for earphones and headphones alike. It provides "a very nice and clean sonic character" by Headfonics. Audiophile-Heaven rates it "super fun for years to come". An ES9281Pro DAC grants FC5 8x MQA decoding capability in tandem with the likes of Tidal, and dual ES9063Q headphone amplifiers output a total of 250 milliwatts of power. [See Product Desc. For More] Such clean signal and power more than adequately brings out the qualities of Focal's Radiance and Stellia, plus Rosson Audio Designs, accurately rendering transients in a large soundstage but always doing so in a liquid manner with nary a hint of listener fatigue or glare. A button hardware volume control ensures FC5 retains final control of levels and rounds out a tactile feel that accompanies you for all your music at the desk or on the go.  View the rest of Hiby's releases here, or our other portable DAC/amps here.

    $219

    Our Price | $159

    Hiby R2 CaseHiby R2 Case

    Hiby R2 Case

    Synthetic Leather case specially designed for improved grip on the HiBy R2. 

    $17.90

    Our Price | $17.90

    Hiby BeansHiby Beans

    Hiby Beans

    *Stocks expected end-October 2020. Drop a bean of an idea and it might become something special. HiBy's a good Head-Fi student and it shows when they ace a pair of $99 earphone that's light in the ears, soft with the cables, 2pin connected for stability, and very pretty, in sound and in aesthetics. One of our favourites, hands down. We've always appreciated manufacturers who are good listeners of the market's likes and dislikes.

    $99

    Our Price | $99

    Hiby R5Hiby R5

    Hiby R5

    HiBy Music's R5 explores the use of new Cirrus Logic CS43198 DACs to promote a mobile-friendly, power efficient music player proficient in technicalities and above all user experience, supported by an open Android O OS supporting offline Spotify, Tidal and Xiami streaming. You'll be able to see everything from HiBy here and all our other music player options here.

    $579

    Our Price | $549

    Dignis Argen Hiby R6 / R6 Pro CaseDignis Argen Hiby R6 / R6 Pro Case

    Dignis Argen Hiby R6 / R6 Pro Case

    Specially designed for Hiby R6/R6 Pro.Dignis has been known for their quality, cutting aesthetics. Each piece is crafted to perfection and bears our mark of approval for audiophiles worldwide. There is a knowing glance of pride when someone takes out a Dignis next to you�E¿½E�E�E¬�E¿½E an instant conversation strikes and instant camaraderie is formed.Handmade in Korea.Top recommendations and purchases for Dignis are: Arca, Armin, Attineo, Hako, Borsa..nnm/c

    $119

    Our Price | $119