iBasso has been a huge player in the past couple of years in the DAP market with their DX50 and DX90 players, but seems they're finally back in the portable amp game! I'm not sure if there has been posts elsewhere yet, but they announced their new portable Amp/DAC device on facebook yesterday. I've personally been a fan of some of iBasso's portable devices in the past, and I'm a big big fan of their players. The new D14 "Bushmaster" seems competitively priced and I'm quite excited to see how they sound. Thought I'd start a thread to see if anyone else is also interested in this device and hopefully will get some impressions on them once they're released! Info and pictures from Facebook: The iBasso D14. As a dac used with your computer, combined with a great internal amplifier many of your musical needs are met! There is no lag time if you listen to movies and with the OTG function, it works with any phone that has a proper functioning OTG output. iBasso D14 The D14 is our new generation AMP and DAC combo that combines the advantages of and advances on our design of the D12 and D62. It utilizes the Sabre32 ES9018K2M DAC chip and with the XMOS USB receiver and the D14 is able to take up to a 32bit/384kHz PCM signal and native DSD up to 256x from computers. It also can work as a DAC for Android smart phones via a USB OTG. Other than the USB input, the D14 can take up to 24bit/192kHz optical input, coaxial input and analogue line in. On the Amplification section, we have an OPAMP based high output headphone amplifier, which can output up to 400mW into a 32ohm load. The sound quality from this little all-in-one AMP+DAC is better than any of our previous AMP+DAC products and achieves this from a combination of advanced technologies and superior implementation of components. D14 Specifications: Power Source: Built-in 4.2V Li-polymer Batteries or external power supply. Frequency Response: 17Hz~20 KHz +/-1dB (DAC) 17Hz~100 KHz +/-0.2dB (AMP). Signal to Noise Ratio：115dB (DAC), 116dB (Amp). Crosstalk: 106dB (DAC). Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.0018%@1kHz/-10dBF (DAC) 0.0012%@1kHz/max volume (AMP). Output power: Up to 400mW+400mW into 32ohm. Gain: +3dB and +9dB (AMP). Battery Life: 13 hours AMP+DAC or 25 hours if amp only. Battery Charge Time: 5 hours. External Power supply: 5V DC. Recommended Headphone Impedance: 8~300. Output impedance: 0.1ohm. Retail Price: $229.00 release date the beginning of June, 2015.