FiiO E17 Reviews
Pros: Clear, good imaging, nice small mobile setup
Cons: Paint wears out quickly, Equalizer sounds a bit digital
Pros: Great performance/price ratio; multifunctional; large number of audio input options
Cons: Not the best option for those wanting a pristine and highly-detailed sound; some crackling/distortion when using with Mac computers
Pros: Neutral. Multi-function. Solid built.
Cons: Nothing extraordinary or impressive. Just did it job fine.
Pros: Sounds 100 times better than onboard audio, portable, built in equalizer, nice interface.
Cons: None that I can think of
Pros: Great for the money -- possibly the best
Cons: Too much Nonsense that detracts from the essence of a good DAC and Amp
Pros: Build. Can play while charging. Can function as a DAC. Can be used with a wide variety of devices. Features
Cons: Some cracking/distortion can be heard. When attached to portable players, i have to flip the device around each time to see/access the features.
Pros: small, excellent value, Treble and Bass selection, good interface
Cons: some hips and distortion when using 3.5mm connection, no mid selection
Pros: Has many forms of input; allows some control over gain, treble, bass, balance and volume; neutral sounding output; good price
Cons: Audio quality doesn't seem greatly improved (may be scratchiness of vinyl FLAC recordings interfering, or cheap headphones)
Pros: Good looking. Solid built. Useful Equalizer feature. Definitely way better than integrated sound cards. Bass is tight, mids are good.
Cons: Treble is a bit unnatural to me but when you reduce it from EQ it sounds very good and normal. No automatic screen sleep. You must lock it to turn off