I've been a big fan of Burson for a while now with their V5, Air, and the Conductor V2+ I'll never be able afford to try (married life...I'm a sucker).. This is now on their product listings though - https://www.bursonaudio.com/products/cable-plus-a2r/ - From the video linked on the site - https://youtu.be/5S5dknbL1q8 - They've got an inline cable'd V5i setup that also enhances low voltage signals. The second part I had no clue about but I do agree as just about any phone/tablet/laptop I've used as a source has sounded pretty bad and it makes sense.
This would be ideal for home theater use however I'm very curious about car audio as I'd really like to see the difference there as I use my phone as a source. At home I have an Asus Essence STX that was very 'digital' and upgrading to V5's gave it an analog feel. The wife uses the input of the V5'd STX (because she hates using the PC) w/a 3.5mm cable and the difference between that and a direct connection into the home stereo is staggering. If this cable could do the same thing and voltage match the signal with as easy to install as it is this could be quite the quick-fix (or ya know...gateway drug) for someone who wants a simple audio upgrade. I'll be getting one, and will post some thoughts up for anyone interested.
Edited by Voxata - 9/21/16 at 7:38pm