iFi Audio iOne official thread - There can be only one!

Discussion in 'Dedicated Source Components' started by ifi audio, Mar 3, 2017.
  1. iFi Audio iOne
     
    The one DAC to rule home audio
     
     
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    The 'Hub' DAC at the Centre of Home Audio. Wireless. Wired.  

    The nano iOne is the versatile, audio solution for the modern home - it allows the use of many different digital audio devices and input options in ONE complete unit.

    Via Bluetooth, S/PDIF or USB inputs, it upgrades the listening experience with smartphones, tablets, computers, TVs, gaming consoles, media streamers and more.
     
    The nano iOne improves on the inbuilt digital-to-analogue converter (DAC) and delivers high-resolution, audiophile grade sound. With cutting-edge wireless connectivity, it allows high quality streaming across both Apple and Android, Mac and PC. 



    Features/Technologies

    1. Bluetooth, S/PDIF, USB input
    2. AAC codec allows native quality, direct Bluetooth wireless audio streaming from iTunes & Apple Music
    3. aptX codec allows CD quality Bluetooth wireless audio streaming from suitably equipped Android devices, PCs and Mac computers
    4. Galvanically-isolated S/PDIF output with dedicated re-clocker/line driver
    5. ANC[sup]®[/sup] noise suppression system for the power supply (conveniently drawn from USB)
    6. GMT[sup]®[/sup] Femto precision clock system
    7. Asyncronous USB audio system with Zero Jitter[sup]®[/sup] Memory Buffer
    8. Zero Jitter[sup]®[/sup] Memory Buffer technology for S/PDIF & Bluetooth
    9. Galvanically-isolated S/PDIF input with FET High Definition (FHD) circuitry
    10. Direct-Coupled analogue outputs via RCA


    The retail price of the nano iOne is US$199 (ex-tax) or Euro235/£199 (incl VAT).



     
  2. niron
    Congrats iFi audio it looks GREAT. Now, must find one ASAP.
     
  3. superuser1
    Specs please.
     
    Edit: USB Bus powered?? 
     
  4. Topspin70
    Any info on how it can be used for Chromecast?
     
  5. iFi audio
     
    Here you go: http://ifi-audio.com/portfolio-view/nano-ione/
     
    And yes, iOne is USB powered. 
     
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  6. superuser1
    Thanks for the info. I think i might be really interested in getting one.
     
  7. technobear
    Best news of all...

    The 'Listen' filter is Bit Perfect :cool:

    Edit: I was mis-informed. It's minimum phase :anguished:
     
    Last edited: May 11, 2017
  8. superuser1
     
    Really great! As i can see you own a number of ifi audio products and AFAIK the iDSD and the iDAC2 both use Burr Brown. Is that DAC chip same with the iOne? If so what are your thoughts on the Burr Brown and ifi sound signature? 
     
    Thanks
     
  9. Acquire
    This is exactly what I've been waiting for. PC through usb and my PS4 through optical. Then have this feeding into my ican se amp to my headphones. Using my PC monitor for display for PC and PS4. Preordered one from audio46.
     
  10. superuser1
    Available on
    http://www.stereo.com.sg/ifi-audio-ione.html
     
    Already in my cart. waiting for some first impressions to pull the trigger.
     
  11. GHoldridge
    I was just in the market for a good optical to analog converter except this is more than that. I do wonder if a micro version will come out with even more functionality.
     
  12. superuser1
    Have ordered one from @StereoSingapore... some payment gateway issue. Lets see wat happens. 
     
  13. Topspin70
    Is there a way to power it without having a computer near it? I'm thinking of using it to stream audio via Bluetooth from my computer across the room. 
     
  14. technobear

    An iPower 5V would be ideal but you will need to source a 5.5mmx2.1mm to USB A female adaptor as iFi don't include one with the iPower 5V.

    For example:

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00EQ1UN5G/ref=pe_385721_37986871_TE_item
     
  15. iFi audio
     
    Yes. Same Burr-Brown multibit chipset as across the rest of DAC family. Please check on the iOne webpage for overview.
     

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