This is a DAC/Amp that I believe is worthy of its $139 price tag. How come?
You’ve got not only the extremely resolving mobile DAC/amp that gives you an utterly coherent sound, but you don’t have to worry about the use of on-amp buttons or dials, as the smartphone/device/laptop in use is what is used to provide the volume and other settings.
The USB-C to Lightning cable that I used to connect the M12 to my iPhone XS
Such a slim profile of the Questyle M12
The headphone jack is almost as wide as the M12 itself!
Various technologies including the infamous Current Mode Amplification (check out my QP1R review for a detailed explanation)
The very low-profile design of the mobile DAC/Amp that is the M12
A very slim USB-C port
Compared to the BlueGet, this DAC/Amp offers a more coherent sound. You’ve got the Bluetooth (and slightly muddier sound) as well of the BlueGet, as opposed to the cord-connected nature of the M12 (albeit very slim)! You’ve got several ways to connect to the M12, and the use of the USB-C to Lightning cable provided an instantaneous connection without any issue!
Was I working out? I guess the world will never know.
Connected to the Drop DT 177X Go
If you’re in the mood for an upgraded sound in a minuscule package that doesn’t generate much heat (very worth the 5.0 rating in my opinion), then the M12 is definitely the right fit for you!
For more information, purchasing, and specs, you can go here.
Feel free to contact me on Head-Fi.org (moedawg140), and I can help you out with regards to any questions or inquiries you might have! Take care.