it's a good thought, I was about to purchase a powerful portable amp to use my headsets with then I thought I have $120+ of TWS and would be buying this so I could use my headphones inside my house mainly while cooking since they are open back and thoughtThat actually makes a lot of sense, and is very unfortunate for this segment even if it's slightly true. I wonder when I'm just going to bite the bullet and get one of those MMCX/IPX bluetooth dongle/adapters and just rig IEMs to be "wireless"
>well then what in the crap is the point of my $120+ of TWS's if I buy a freaking $100 porto amp powerful enough to power my $1k+ of headphones.... when it came down to it I just don't need a porta amp, TWS fit the need better.... I think if you want something waterproof or small or long battery life then TWS but to me it sounds like a major requirement is sound quality (it's not while I am using TWS's, honestly just like owning the flashy but crappy TWS600 I just want it to flex with my $600 headphones and have an excuse to use my DT1990's no shame in the truth) so a rig like that would be good if something like $40 tin T2's can satisfy your itch and be disposable enough vs $100+ TWS and as a side benefit you get to use very nice IEM's
so the exact opposite of my case since I have no real reason to pay more to use my nice sound systems even if it's not "that much much money"/"can afford it" etc paying $100 when I have already payed $100 to fill my need and for you paying $100+ vs (how much do those things cost like around $100 maybe bit less) to fill the same need twice
from where I stand if i didn't care about waterproof and had nice IEMs i'd get the porta/TWS dac/amp/receiver unit but I never use corded IEMs so TWS replaces IEMs for me since I don't care much about sound quality on the go it's like nice white noise