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    iFi Zen DAC V2iFi Zen DAC V2

    iFi Zen DAC V2

    iFi Audio's Zen DAC sports a 4.4mm balanced headphone output unheard of at this price, and unfolds and decodes MQA; perfect for Tidal users. Now a 5 ⭐ hit on What Hi-Fi?. [See Product Desc. For More] HIFI Trends adored Zen DAC. With enough power to drive a 300 ohm Sennheiser or ZMF Headphones, and 420 ohm Audio-Technica, this is here to stay. As you continue upgrading your rig, this 32-bit/384kHz and DSD256 Zen DAC grows with you. Use it to decode digital and feed a balanced analog signal into your other devices as a hub! See the rest of iFi Audio's innovations here, or browse the rest of our collection of DACs and amplifiers here.

    $279

    Our Price | $265.05

    iFi Zen CANiFi Zen CAN

    iFi Zen CAN

    iFi Audio is ready for its hat-trick, and they've come a long way from playing the long ground since 2019. A series of winners from the ZEN DAC to the hip-dac2, it didn't need the third goal, but why not put it at the back of the net for legacy, applause and hashtag #becauseIcan? [See Product Desc. For More] We would admit our fan art but we refuse to underplay the success of packing in 1,600W or "52x more power" into this tiny solid chassis. Headfonia and Positive Feedback were extremely complimentary, no surprises there. What Hi-Fi? rolled it all together with a 5 ⭐ rating. It also speaks the 2020 language: 4.4mm. We hope you're ready to stack. This stamp-sized marvel designed with the help of Hi-Fi legend John Curl of Parasound fame is worth accommodating.

    $279

    Our Price | $265.05

    iFi GO bluiFi GO blu

    iFi GO blu

    An utterly modern device, GO blu reflects iFi Audio's understanding of new-age listeners. This Bluetooth 5.1, LDAC and aptX HD receiver is also a balanced 4.4mm amplifier, giving you all the power you need with a battery life of up to 10 hours. And, it's as small as your TraceTogether token. How iFi stuffed in its balanced circuit, Qualcomm QCC 5100 Bluetooth receiver and outboard Cirrus Logic CS43131 DAC chip is a closely guarded secret they won't be telling anyone in a hurry. [See Product Desc. For More] Convenience aside, GO blu is a genuinely audiophile design with boutique parts and an attention to circuit detail – including direct coupling – that belies its use cases and form factor. Headfonia puts this iFi through its paces, and it won this race. Just like What Hi-Fi? awarded GO blu 5 ⭐ and an Applause Award followed from StereoNET. Headfonics love "it's appropriately named a pocket rocket because that’s what it is". That's proven in iFi's USB-C socket that doubles as charging input and wired DAC input, if you'd like the ultimate in pocket fidelity. Enjoy it to its maximum via the 4.4mm cable supplied with Audio-Technica's MSR7b – or at home with any one of iBasso Audio's SR2 or Focals via a CB17 cord. See what more iFi can do in larger form factors here, or view our other portable DAC/amps here.

    $279

    Our Price | $265.05

    iFi xDSD GryphoniFi xDSD Gryphon

    iFi xDSD Gryphon

    xDSD Gryphon is the host with the most, but in reality it's possibly the most focused recent offering of technology from iFi Audio. Most, if not all, of iFi's latest innovations in the arena appear in xDSD Gryphon – for the single-minded enjoyment of portable and desktop listeners alike. It goes straight onto Headfonia's Recommended Buys list, and sounded excellent at all times on Headfonics. [See Product Desc. For More] xDSD Gryphon is transparent while not being afraid to have fun doing so. Playing in stock configuration, it keeps the beat going and your listening always engaging and apace with the track. Audio-PH say it's a "complete device in all respects, harmonious and balanced in everything". Gryphon is perfect to help your spacious, reference, gear like Audio-Technica's AWAS, Empire Ears ESR II, Oriolus Traillii, Rosson Audio Designs and Sennheiser's HD800S live a little. A true balanced, differential PureWave circuit co-designed by Hi-Fi legend John Curl makes its smallest, most portable appearance yet to add correct colour to life on the move. Size is no excuse for compromise and xDSD's power stage is direct-coupled for extended bandwidth into the lowest frequencies for excellent phase reproduction and fast-sounding bass. Gryphon may be tiny but is mighty, putting out up to 1,000mW of power in balanced 4.4mm. Eschewing global negative feedback in favour of local feedback for a more natural sound, PureWave is a true high-performance circuit befitting of your flagship earphones and headphones. A digitally-controlled analog volume control preserves resolution and the low noise of xDSD Gryphon, while maintaining perfect channel balance and tracking even at minute volume. This control christened CyberSync overrides all other controls from your sources, leaving you no doubt that your xDSD is operating at maximum dynamic range with no unsuspecting digital attenuation going on where it shouldn't happen. Never worry about missing bits again. All this technology befits a wired connection via included iOS Lightning, USB-C and USB-A OTG cables. But in a pinch xDSD Gryphon transforms into an aptX Adaptive, aptX HD and LDAC Bluetooth receiver with Qualcomm’s new QCC5100 Bluetooth chip feeding the master Burr-Brown DAC. XSpace, XBass II and a Presence control round off a list of features, none of them redundant and all fully focused on pure musical pleasure from xDSD Gryphon. View its bigger iDSD Signature brother here, all iFi's other hits here, or our other portable DAC/amps here.

    $839

    Our Price | $797.05

    iFi hip-dac 2iFi hip-dac 2

    iFi hip-dac 2

    iFi Audio's hip-dac 2 is the perfect companion for music lovers on the go. Not only will its 4.4mm balanced and regular 3.5mm outputs make your tunes sound fabulous, its hot, on-trend styling will make them look pretty amazing too. [See Product Desc. For More] Smartly dressed in sunset orange, the battery-powered hip-dac 2 was designed to slip discreetly into your pocket but its cool look might mean you want to keep it on display. With enough power to drive 300 ohm Sennheisers or ZMF Headphones, and 420 ohm Audio-Technicas, hip-dac 2 is here to stay. Far from an empty upgrade designation, Headfonics say iFi souped up its iconic portable DAC/amp to ride into a glorious future. Headfonia say ifi added "some small but rather important updates" over its predecessor to land it on its Recommended Buys list. hip-dac 2 is likewise fully recommended by Audiophile-Heaven. See the rest of iFi Audio's innovations here, or browse the rest of our collection of DACs and amplifiers here.

    $269

    Our Price | $255.55

    iFi Zen StreamiFi Zen Stream

    iFi Zen Stream

    Another iFi Audio masterclass at integrating music playback seamlessly into our lives. ZEN Stream serves up the bits as your network streamer via Ethernet, into your DAC via USB or S/PDIF. Headfonia delivered a thumbs-up, given how easy it is to use plus its ability to improve a given system. [See Product Desc. For More] It shows off its audiophile chops from the get-go, promising to be your network bridge through its Roon Ready certification, Spotify Connect and Tidal Connect status. The latter pulls the full MQA stream off the Tidal cloud, without any middle-men, straight to Questyle Audio's CMA15 or Benchmark Media's DAC3. Audiophilia praise iFi for "a value-added digital product that can play with gear much more expensive without embarrassment". StereoNET hail it "a seriously impressive new streamer" and bestow iFi with an Applause Award. ZEN Stream's open-source programming means compatibility with a large number of playback methods. iFi's nifty network ninja is not merely another link in the chain – it has the potential to entirely elevate your system beyond the ceiling you previously thought possible. Getting your dirty USB out of the picture and eliminating the need for you to tether your Apple or Windows mobile and desktop devices to your audio is ZEN Stream's point.  Active Noise Cancellation II and iPurifier technologies for USB and S/PDIF interfaces respectively keep things clean, with boutique power supply parts keeping noise levels down. READ ALSO The tech behind iFi's DSD256-capable ZEN Stream For those looking for a network streamer for your high-performance desktop or full-size Hi-Fi/Head-Fi system, that wait is now over in ZEN Stream. Also view all of iFi's other products here, or browse our other desktop systems here.

    $549

    Our Price | $521.55

    iFi iDSD DiabloiFi iDSD Diablo

    iFi iDSD Diablo

    If the devil is in the details then iFi Audio named the iDSD Diablo aptly. The heights the proven platform that was Micro iDSD Signature gets taken to the rafters with its further optimised circuit and boutique parts overflowing from its red, race car chassis. iFi's usual custom operational amplifiers show up here in a design that boasts more careful application of local negative feedback, rather than the more standard global variety. It's Headphonesty's "unique mix of raw, fire-breathing power and refined audio perfection in a no-frills portable package". [See Product Desc. For More] By using sparing error correction, iDSD Diablo veers from the glare and harshness of cheaper solid-state designs caused by transient intermodulation distortion, with the signal from dual Burr-Brown DACs still being clean and precise throughout. Purewave, the name coined for the direct-coupled analogue circuit developed for iFi by Hi-Fi and Parasound legend John Curl, ensures a fully balanced, differential signal path produces minimal distortion and up to 120 dB of signal-to-noise ratio.  Such performance is possible also due a high 15 volt operating voltage – a number much more akin to desktop amplifiers – that expands headroom and circuit linearity in tandem with Diablo's local, carefully applied, negative feedback. That precision gets backed by even more power: nearly five watts stands ready to drive any headphone load, including a HEDDphone®, HIFIMAN, MYSPHERE 3.2 and Rosson Audio Design. Accessorisation fitting for the premium status of this red arrow is included, not least a carrying pouch that'll accomodate iFi's low-noise iPower DC charger and a 4.4mm balanced line-out cable to dual XLR cables, to feed a desktop amplifier. Trusted Reviews awards it 5 ⭐, praise that is matched by Headfonics saying "sonically it's the best iFi DAC amplifier made up to date". Diablo is everything HIFI Trends expects a reference device to sound like, and this portable behemoth didn't shy away from being compared to desktop gear by Audiophilia. Strap in for a wild ride with iDSD Diablo, before exploring iFi's other releases here, or our other DAC and amplifier options here.

    $1,399

    Our Price | $1,329.05

    iFi iDSD SignatureiFi iDSD Signature
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    iFi iDSD Signature

    iFi Audio have left their mark on Head-Fi since the very beginning and what better product for them to leave their Signature on than the iDSD. Their most potent DAC/amp product has been powering our listening on the go for the decade that's gone before, and iDSD Signature now gets a refresh with a new 4.4mm output capable of pushing over 4 watts. [See Product Desc. For More] This power meets precision, balancing just the right tinge of warmth to add emotion to a detailed and airy tuning that is faithful to the recording. This handy devices takes a USB input from your PC or your computer, and puts traditional iFi know-how at your service. Among the smallest portable products that come direct coupled input to output, iDSD Signature is ready to set a standard at any level. It's already drawn praise on Headfonia for its versatility, power and transparency, easily making its way onto the 'Recommended Components' list there. Headfonics add it's "a fun machine capable of driving practically every headphone out there while at the same time remaining highly musical" and named it Best Portable DAC/Amp of 2021. The Audio Beatnik wraps it up nicely, how close iDSD Signature gets you to the performance of full-size desktop components. View the rest of iFi's line here, or check out our other DAC/amp options here. 

    $1,059

    Our Price | $1,006.05

    iFi Zen Blue V2

    iFi Zen Blue V2

    iFi Audio's ultra-affordable Bluetooth streamer receives almost every signal from your computer, Mac, Android phone or mobile iOS device before decoding it to a balanced analog output signal. A 5 ⭐ hit on What Hi-Fi?, V2 boasts an improved antenna touting up to 80 per cent more range. [See Product Desc. For More] Zen Blue supports Qualcomm's aptX and aptX HD, LDAC and HWA, the latter hi-res codecs created by Sony and Huawei respectively. An improved clock means that jitter is reduced for better timing reproduced in your audio. Once received, that signal stands by to either go into your amplifier or speakers via balanced or single-ended analog, or digital SPDIF into a downstream decoder. That's flexibility at your fingertips! See the rest of iFi Audio's innovations here, or browse the rest of our collection of DACs and amplifiers here.

    $279

    Our Price | $265.05

    Ferrum OorFerrum Oor

    Ferrum Oor

    It's quite clear being named Oor (meaning 'ear') how Ferrum Audio intended their dedicated headphone amplifier to be enjoyed. Yet under the hood, there's so much to chew on from the collaborators of Mytek Audio's meteoric rise, about their compact overachieving flagship built to drive the best Head-Fi has to offer. Still we let the accolades judged by ear pour in from seasoned reviewers hailing EISA's Best Headphone Amplifier of 2022 supreme. It's on Headfonia's Recommended Buys list for a reason, and Headfonics were equally sweeping in their praise. [See Product Desc. For More] Oor was too fun for Soundnews who put Ferrum's upstart against the industry's top dogs. Even Hi-Fi-centric Part-Time Audiophile awarded it an Editors Choice, and Hi-Fi News an Outstanding Product award complete with measurements.  In Oor is the complete package. Ferrum managed to balance the demand for neutrality in a flagship source, with the deep, impactful bass of a DC-coupled design. The technical chops are on show throughout by the proudly Polish HEM, who built Mytek but know a thing or two about circuit design themselves.  Oor's business side of things – a power stage consisting of a discrete transistor op-amp designed from the ground up – remains inherently linear. Even before negative feedback is applied.  Excellent frequency response in the open-loop, without coupling capacitors in the signal path, allows excellent low-frequency performance guaranteeing tight bass. And high-frequency extension soars to 60Khz, before negative feedback took that out flat to 100Khz. Phase response in the human hearing range is stellar, for potent, precise and hard-hitting dynamics to show off your flagship headphones. READ ALSO The inside story designing Ferrum Oor Feedback is not of the ordinary variety either, with current feedback providing speed of the loop gain through the capacitance of solid-state transistors for low transient intermodulation and slew-induced distortion.  Ferrum make their good Oor great, meanwhile, biasing the transistors making up their proprietary power stage in novel manner. Sitting between a sliding bias Class A and high-bias Class AB output stage in definition, Oor achieves the best benefits of both – highly linear transistor operation, plus high efficiency and lower quiescent current and heat. Thus is 8 watts of power delivered into HIFIMAN's Susvara achieved. Oor gives you power in quantity as well as quality. Certainly the same thing can be said about the listener's level of enjoyment too, regardless of headphone. Take Oor up another notch with the addition of the HYPSOS power supply, browse all of Ferrum's products here, or view our other desktop devices here.

    $3,110

    Our Price | $3,110

    Ferrum ErcoFerrum Erco

    Ferrum Erco

    Like the best blast from the past, Ferrum Audio rekindle their Mytek Audio roots to produce Erco – a DAC and 4.4mm balanced headphone amplifier, with the star being an analog gain control pre-amp promising maximum transparency. Ferrum's know-how building Mytek Audio under the HEM label means they know how to extract the most from the renowned ES9028Pro from ESS Technology, even in the modern day. Airy, bathed in a beautiful light with delicate detail flowing around you either through headphones or speakers, Erco makes a case of working in any situation you expect in 2022. [See Product Desc. For More] Ferrum's proprietary work sees them leash Erco's current-output ES9028Pro to a 100Mhz master clock via PLL. This ESS workhorse turns DSP work over to an ARM MCU chip to work as a data master running its own slow roll-off minimum phase digital reconstruction filter, as well as all sorts of proprietary functions discussed. Ferrum's proprietary filter makes way for a Master Quality Authenticated (MQA) filter when such a stream is detected from Tidal Masters. More crucially, Erco's ARM MCU operates in tandem with the ALPS volume knob. Volume attenuation happens not only through signal level with a turn, but also adjusts internal analog gain via relays. This ensures Ferrum's volume control remains not only analog, but of the most transparent kind. The internal gain switching quashes noise by preserving signal at the ranges you're using Erco's pot at. Erco's MCU keeps you at the most transparent levels by intelligently dropping and increasing circuit gain as you really need. Erco makes the argument you won't need an external pre-amp post digital conversion into your stereo system. And this transparency is on full show plugged into its 4.4mm headphone output – capable of pushing 6 watts of balanced power. Integrated circuits from Analog Devices promise huge slew rates and 200Khz of closed-loop bandwidth to push your big headphones with nary a strain. Erco is Ferrum's promise – and a statement – that their single-box solution is ready to tackle nearly every task you have need for. Headfonia summed up that Ferrum have the perfect foil for Oor in Erco, with Headfonics citing the excellent headphone output power. Indeed, measurements from Hi-Fi News confirmed Ferrum's extra work payed off. Audiophilia implore you to approach this all-in-one with an open mind, and be blown away by a high value proposition. Hear how expanding upon Erco's compact talents could pay off by exploring the rest of Ferrum's range here, or view our other desktop devices here.

    $3,500

    Our Price | $3,500

    Ferrum HypsosFerrum Hypsos

    Ferrum Hypsos

    Ferrum Audio redefine DC linear power supplies with HYPSOS. Ordinarily, a box capable of outputting 30 volts and an instantaneous 9 amperes of current via DC barrel would automatically take the headlines. But that wasn't enough for Ferrum to stop at. Builders HEM – the hands behind Mytek Audio – started with a toroidal transformer taking power from AC but didn't stop there. They added their interpretation of filtered switch-mode power supplies and regulation for the ultimate hybrid. [See Product Desc. For More] READ ALSO How Ferrum redefined the linear power supply HYPSOS adopts the strengths of linear and SMPS to reduce voltage ripple, and lower noise plus EMI, by way of multiple levels of filtering.  This little box capable of putting out 80 watts of power into your DC-powered components will enhance their fidelity due to the raw quantity and quality of power. HYPSOS allows the user to tailor the required voltage to suit a pre-determined list of gear, or manually set custom parameters. A wide continuous ouput voltage range of 5 to 30 volts, with up to 6 amperes of current, can be delivered to the load. HYPSOS audibly improved the variety of components 6moons and Hi-Fi News tested. Use this in tandem with Ferrum's Oor headphone amplifier, view the rest of their range here, and our other desktop devices here.

    $1,650

    Our Price | $1,650

    iFi Go BariFi Go Bar

    iFi Go Bar

    The GO Bar gets you all the iFi Audio energy you need on the go. Their balanced 4.4mm dongle packs a punch. It's a wonder that something so small can deliver everything your listening needs, in a triumph of modern portable audio. Coming with GO Bar are four selectable digital filter options to dial in your sound. Never accuse iFi for a lack of flexibility, or features. It's one of the best ecoustics has tested. Neutrality allowed each IEM Headfonia heard to excel as the tuning intended. IEMatch tailors noise levels to suit even sensitive Campfire Audio models, while XBass+ and XSpace adapt GO Bar to yet more of your tastes. Many tricks up Go Bar's sleeve, that merely whet our appetites for the raw power iFi have packed in. Nearly half a watt stands by to push any realistic portable pair of cans you take with you. The signal path is of the utmost quality, direct-coupled output stage meaning low bass gets reproduced better than the competition, for a sound that's larger than life. Headfonics says GO Bar "stand up to its claim of being the most powerful dongle DAC around that employs the addictive iFi features like Xbass and XSpace in a device that is super portable". Also check out the rest of iFi's products here, or our portable DAC/amps here.

    $469

    Our Price | $445.55

    iFi iPower X

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    $149

    Our Price | $141.55

    iFi Zen DAC Signature V2iFi Zen DAC Signature V2

    iFi Zen DAC Signature V2

    The favourite of iFi Audio's Zen range now gets its SIGNATURE upgrade. ZEN DAC Signature overhauls everything beneath its sleek new polished black chassis. Losing its front headphone outputs to specialise solely in decoding digital for a separate amplifier, this Tidal MQA-ready desktop DAC marvel boasts boutique ELNA, Murata and Panasonic parts to make a real statement at an affordable price tag. [See Product Desc. For More] Its updated XMOS USB receiver brains means that ZEN DAC Signature V2 is more properly able to unfold and fully render an MQA file from Tidal. Of even more note, a balanced 4.4mm output around back can be connected to a dual-XLR amplifier with the proper interconnect. Just ask us for a demonstration together with Cayin Audio's iHA-6, to begin with. ZEN DAC Signature supplies the delicacy, detail and soundstage with the muscle of Cayin's affordable powerhouse for a complete, reference desktop system just crossing the four-digit price-tag threshold, and the sky is the limit from there. Look up our other amplifiers that iFi's sophisticated starter star could feed here, the rest of iFi's range here, or all our other DAC/amps here.

    $419

    Our Price | $398.05