alternatives to the ifi micro BL ?
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Hi
i am seeking a portable/transportable, dac/amp with a minimum power output of 1300mw/32ohm with a bass boost.

The ifi micro BL seems to check all boxes but it's too damn expensive and have a lot of features that i don't need and i am feeling like ifi charging me for every feautre this dap has.

so any alternatives ?

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it would be awesome if there is a switch to change from headphone out to RCA out (for my speakers)
 
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Black Label is dann amazing. Not cheap but worth every penny. And deals can be found if you are patoent. Are the still selling the non-BL version?
 
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Black Label is dann amazing. Not cheap but worth every penny. And deals can be found if you are patoent. Are the still selling the non-BL version?
on my radar for 4 months not a single sale on two website i am following.
can't find the non BL, the difference only in the dac section
 
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Hard to find that power in a portable other than IFI at that price.
 
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Just curious what you need the power for? Looks like power for planars . But why the specific 1300 mW ?
 
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