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      miniDSP IL-DSP USB Headphone Amplifier With DSP and built-in DAC

      € 146,65€ 177,45 3 In stock: delivery time 1-4 business days
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      Product description

      Featuring a full ten bands of powerful, flexible parametric EQ in a tiny bus-powered package, the IL-DSP is the mobile audiophile's perfect companion for laptop, tablet, or smartphone (macOS, Windows and Android supported).

       

      Highlights

      • XMOS XCORE200 Multicore processor - Asynchronous USB audio
      • CS43130 32bit DAC, 130dB DR, 0.0007%THD, 30mW power
      • 3 button control for various action depending on the mode(Play/Stop/Next/Previous/Vol Up/Vol Down/DSP on&off)
      • On-board digital microphone
      • Win/Mac OSx plugin
      • PCM/DSD audio streaming modes
      • USB Audio Class 2.0 with ASIO drivers for Windows, driverless under MAC OSx and Linux Alsa 2.0, Android OTG support

       

      Product details

      miniDSP IL-DSP | USB | DSP | DAC | Headphone Amplifier
       

      Note: This product comes with a coupon (€9,50) for one free miniDSP plugin download.

      miniDSP is pleased to announce the latest merger of miniDSP's trademark digital processing with high quality headphone amplification. Featuring a full ten bands of powerful, flexible parametric EQ in a tiny bus-powered package, the IL-DSP is the mobile audiophile's perfect companion for laptop, tablet, or smartphone (macOS, Windows and Android supported). The inbuilt microphone for voice-calling ensures maximum mobile flexibility.

      Housed in a light-weight aluminum enclosure, the IL-DSP sports impeccable audio specifications of 120 dB signal-to-noise ratio and 0.0007% THD+N (mid-gain). 30 mW power output per channel is ample for IEMs and most portable headphones. High-resolution PCM and DSD formats are both supported.

       

      The ten bands of parametric EQ are configured with miniDSP's easy-to-use computer interface. The fully adjustable peaking and shelving filters allow adjustment of the audio band from the narrowest to the broadest control ranges, with up to 16 dB boost or cut in each band. This combination of DSP power, careful selection of high-quality components and a 32-bit audiophile DAC combine to create an unparalleled portable headphone experience.

       

      What's in the box?

      • 1 x IL-DSP headphone amplifier
      • 1 x microUSB to USB Type C (15cm)
      • 1 x microUSB to USB C (70cm)
      • 1 x microUSB to USB A(15cm) 
      • 1 x cable clip
      • 1 x Coupon code for miniDSP plugin download and USB ASIO driver, Plugins

       

      Specifications

      Audio resolution

      Up to 24 bits

      Input sample rates (PCM)

      44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192 kHz

      Direct-Stream Digital (DSD) input

      DSD64/DSD128 (no DSP processing in DSD mode)

      Internal DSP processing

      44.1 or 48 kHz (depends on input sample rate)

      Frequency response

      20-20 kHz, +/-0.2 dB

      Signal-to-noise ratio

      120 dB (32 Ω, 1 kHz, A-weighted, digital in 0 dB)

      THD + Noise

      0.0007% (32 Ω, 1 kHz, 30 mW + 30 mW, mid gain)

      Power output

      100 30 mW + 30 mW (32 Ω, 1 kHz, digital in 0 dB)

      Dimensions (WxDxH)

      53 x17 x 9 mm

      Weight

      14.5 g

       

      Specifications

      Article number
      IL-DSP
      Product type
      Audio DAC + Headphone Amplifier
      DAC Chipset
      CS43130
      Codec support
      PCM
      DSD64/DSD128
      Inputs
      1 x MicroUSB
      Outputs
      1 x 3.5 mm stereo Headphone Jack
      THD(+N)
      0.0007% (120 dB)
      SNR
      130dB
      USB Compatibility
      Windows 7+
      Mac OSX
      Linux
      Android OS
      Processing resolution & sample rate
      DSD64/DSD128
      Power requirements
      microUSB powered
      Power consumption
      100 30 mWatts + 30 mWatts
      Dimensions
      53 x17 x 9 mm
      Weight
      14,5 gr.

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      Reviews

      5 from 5Based on 1 reviews
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      5 of 5
      This device has helped me to enjoy music in it's full soundstage glory again, like ten years ago, before I had hearing loss in my right ear. This seems to be the only (small) dac/amp out there with an out of the box ability to use separate left/right equalizing on headphones. For someone with asymmetric hearing loss this is an insanely valuable feature which I was searching for for years. Sound quality seems to be sufficiently good and performance is stable. There are very short audio drop outs every few songs, but I'm using it on my MacBook Pro (2021), and the drop outs happen only in conjunction with other cpu heavy apps running, so this is likely due to the MacBook, not the device. If I'm just webbrowsing there are no drop outs. Power wise, it's enough for a Sennheiser HD58x to be driven at the loudest volume I'd listen to for extended periods + my 10db boost in the upper frequencies on my damaged ear. This specific headphone has 150ohm and a sensitivity of 104 db/V. I wouldn't use it with anything needing more power than that, but anything in need of less power (headphones for mobile use, iems) is going to be more than fine loudness wise.
      By Felix on 19 July 2022
      IL-DSP USB Headphone Amplifier With DSP and built-in DAC
      € 146,65
      € 177,45
      IL-DSP USB Headphone Amplifier With DSP and built-in DAC
      3 In stock: delivery time 1-4 business days
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