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When are these going in stock for the USA ? None of the stores listed on their site have them.
Good to hear - that’s an update I’d be willing to pay for...
Yeah, can’t find this for purchase ANYWHERE!!!
My local distributor isn't that techy. Don't expect a retailer to be better. Some don't even know what mqa is. They can't explain. Sorry if offended retailer.
Since this doesn't have it's own power do people think this will be enough power for Sennheiser HD 650's?
I'm currently using a Meridian Explorer 2 primarily for MQA with Grado PS500e's and my Senns arrive on Saturday.
Actually how do people think the Meridian 2 will be with the Senn 650?
You mean battery power? It's rated for more than 10hours of portable use - https://ifi-audio.com/portfolio-view/nano-idsd-bl/
Oh I thought it drew power from usb. Ok, thanks. Same question though...will it be enough power for HD 650's?
Yes, it should be. It's even being advertised together with HD650.
Thanks, now if I could just buy them somewhere....MQA is a big draw for me by the way.
what is IEMatch?
I had a doubt about the DAC and wanted to know to ask you guys. Firstly if I connect to this my Android phone say Google Nexus 5, would I be able to play YouTube on the smartphone? Or I can only the songs which show through the app for connecting the DAC to the smartphone. I'm a bit confused here.
Secondly, I've been using a Xduoo XD05 DAC with iBasso DX80 and wanted to upgrade to a better DAC. Would the Nano BL be a good upgrade? Please suggest any other DACs that I could look into?
Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
I don’t know how anyone can comment on the Nano BL sound when it’s impossible to find/purchase.
It matches high-sensitivity IEM's and headphones for reduced background noise and matched gain - kind of like a low gain output.
From the iFi website:
"As most IEMs and headphones are too loud at even half the volume level, listening enjoyment is always curtailed. No more with the iEMatch® in the signal path. Use the iEMatch® when the headphones/in-ear monitor (IEM) is either too loud and/or there is excessive hiss from the music source."
A few people have them, but when I have mine early next week I will be able to provide an exact answer.