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Oh nooo.... Btw thank's your info
Dang that shucks.. I'll aim for an SE next summer then. Hopefully both devices have a bit of price cut by then, with new device settling down and all
Thanks for the answer btw.
Now for sale in Canada
You can purchase the Q1 II from electronicsforless.ca and according to the site they have stock. Price is steep at $149.00 CDN so quite a bit more than the Q1
is there any information about availability in vietnam? ho chi minh specifically ;p
one of the local shops say that it is fiio intentions to not provide them q1 mk2 just yet ;(
i am holding off for q1 mk2 for a while. need portable dac+amp combo for my iphone >_>
Nobody is making new stuff that uses to old 30-pin iPhone connector.
You can check with the Singapore based store to see if they ship to Vietnam and if its worth the price.
just asking as its not that hard to test compatibility with apple devices after all, also wonder up till what version of iOS got similar compatibity patch by Apple.
FiiO Q1 Mark II--the Native DSD DAC/Amp for iPhone is Now Available
Ever since its release at FiiO 2017 Summer Launch Event, the Q1 Mark II has soon caught the customers' eyes. The expectation for its coming is no less than the flagship music player X7 Mark II. Today, we welcome the arrival of Q1 Mark II in the call of the market.
Being equipped with the XMOS platform, it supports decoding up to 384 kHz/32 bit PCM as well as DSD256; Employs exceptional DAC and amplifier parts; Official Apple MFi certification; Four-in-one: specifically designed for the iPhone, supports decoding Sony Walkman, partners well with your computer and perfect companion to players; Come with both a single-ended and a balanced headphone output, etc.
>> For the detailed introduction of Q1 Mark II, please visit: www.fiio.net/en/products/76
In order to meet the needs of some users who are starving for the Q1 Mark II, as well as collecting some feedbacks in the first time, we now arrange a small quantity on our Aliexpress store: >> Click here. If you are interested, kindly check out and read the purchase notes carefully before you buy.
Also, it will be available on our self-owned store on Amazon.com at this time, you may feel free to check and buy: >> Click here
Note: For better before and after sales service, we suggest you to buy from local sales agents, so you can wait till we release it to worldwide agents, thanks for your kind understanding.
Moreover, we've prepared a great bonus for Q1 Mark II users. The FiiO Music iOS APP that developed by our software team has passed its internal tests and will soon be available for download officially. The FiiO Music iOS supports playback of lossless music and native DSD formats, which is more user-friendly for audiophiles, more importantly, it's a perfect match for Q1 Mark II and iPhone.
Spellcheck error. Paragraph on Fiio Music iOS app. Testes??
LOL - good catch georgelai57!
"Also, it will be available on our self-owned store on Amazon.com at this time, you may feel free to check and buy: >> Click here " (my underlining)
No it isn't, still shows unavailable and "we don't know when or if this will be back in stock." I got excited for a moment....
Can this power Sennheiser HD 800 and Sennheiser HD 700?
It'll have no problem with a pair of HD700 - they are quite sensitive, and can be powered from a smart-phone (I used to own a pair).
The HD800 is an interesting question (I'm using an HD800S). According to the specs, the Q1ii will only put 11mW into 300 ohms. So technically this isn't enough (especially with quite dynamic music) to reach listenable levels. So I just tested them a couple of minutes ago. I have no classical on my phone (iPhone SE paired with the Q1ii) so I used Zepps "Stairway to Heaven". It gets loud enough, and listening to it - sounds pretty good. But as soon as I plugged the HD800S into a more powerful source (Luxury & precision LP5 Gold) and played the same track - you suddenly realise the difference. With the Q1ii its quite flat and with the LP5 Gold it "comes alive" for want of a better phrase.
So no - I wouldn't recommend it for the HD800/HD800S. Doesn't quite have the power output needed.
Great for IEMs and portables though.
Have correct it now. Thanks!
You may need wait only a few days more!
Good to know!