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Sony PHA-1 Headphone Amp

Sony PHA-1 Headphone Amp

“Overall Impressions    This is a amazingly looking device, it does not matter how you look at it, it is simply a pleasure to look at. That is the first impact that one have once you look at it, it calls your attention, I even make a point of not keeping it visible when I’m on the go. (I don't live in a safe country). It screams awesome all over it, it must be the best looking...” --LeoTheAwesome

100% Positive Reviews
Sony PHA-3 Headphone Amp

Sony PHA-3 Headphone Amp

“It is surprising that no one else has posted a review, maybe all are enjoying it too much to bother. I've been holding back from writing a review because it is important to live with a mobile product for at least a month before espousing its virtues. At least I think it is. I'm sure there are many internal technical merits to this dac/amp that others can cover in more detail, but I don't care...” --cloud_c

100% Positive Reviews
Sony PHA-1A

Sony PHA-1A

Features Enjoy powerful sound on the go in a sleek, pocket-sized amplifier Compatible with High-Resolution Audio formats (192kHz/24bit) Digital connection for Walkman®, Xperia®, iPhone/iPad/iPod® Features high quality components for well-balanced, natural sound Immerse in spacious, three-dimensional soundstage Engineered for the best listening experience with MDR-1A & Walkman...

Sony UDA-1

Sony UDA-1

Experience Hi-Res Audio in an easy solution with the USB DAC and Amplifier that connects to your PC, supports DSD and the full range of Hi-Res file formats and is compatible with any music player like iTunes, Windows Media player and more.

Sony NWZ A845

Sony NWZ A845

The new A845 is part of a larger NW-A840 series, which initially had a Japan-only debut in late 2009 and has been available there in black and brown and up to 64GB. Unfortunately, it seems that Sony Europe is going to offer only the 16GB model in black, which is odd because I thought they would surely hit the market with a large capacity player – at least 32GB.

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