- Input: TYPE-C
- Output: 3.5mm earphone port
- Product length: 11.3cm
- SNR: 116dB
- OUTPUT POWER: 70mw/32ohm
- SUPPORT : PCM 32bit/384khz, DSD 128 (DOP)
- SUPPORT: 2VRMS/600ohm
1. Sonata HD Ⅱ can be compatible with most of the Android phones which has TYPE C interface on the market. Please make sure that you have turned the “OTG function” and “USB debugging mode” on of your android phone. Please find these two switches under “developer options” on your phone first.
2. Sonata HD Ⅱ is a plug-and-play device on the Apple computer system (Type-c port), please select it as the default audio output device in the "MIDI device" after connecting the product. (In this case, does not support DSD music, supports PCM music)
3.Sonata HD Ⅱcan work directly on windows system which is latter than WINDOWS 10 (version 1703) without installing any USB audio driver, Support plug and play.
4-core 6N single crystal copper HIFI cable
Using 4-core 6N single crystal copper HIFI cable, higher sound quality transmission, more robust and durable
First, contect the earphone and Sonata HD Ⅱ
Secondly, connect to smart mobile phone or computer
This order cannot be reversed
Use independent low phase noise active crystal oscillator
The use of an independent active low-phase noise oscillator ensures the accuracy of digital audio transmission from different signal sources (mobile phones or computers) and makes the sound reproduction more realistic.
Free switching between two modes
Two mode of Sonata HD II can be selected, either “Call mode” or "Pure music mode".
When connected with a pair of earphones WITH Microphone, it is under the “Call mode”, you can anwser phone call through Sonata HD II. if use a pair of earphones WITHOUT Microphone, it enters the “Pure music mode”.
Tip: Please plug your earphones into Sonata HD II first, then put them together into your mobile phone or computer.
No need to change firmware when you want to switch between “Call mode” and “Pure music mode” , just use different earphones.
When connected with a earphone with MIC, it enters the “Call mode”