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  • iFi ZEN Air dac

    iFi ZEN AIR DAC. The ZEN Air DAC functions as both a DAC and a headphone amp. It’s a great first step if you are just starting on your audio journey.

    Simply connect it to your computer via a USB cable.  Then connect it to your headphones via the headphone jack at the front or to powered speakers via the RCA connections at the back.

    The ZEN Air DAC also sports a couple of unique sonic tweaks from iFi. PowerMatch adjusts the gain of the ZEN Air DAC so it functions at the right level for your headphones. Gain is just a unit of measurement that indicates how loud an audio source is and is measured in decibels (dB).

    XBass+ allows you to tailor the bass to suit your headphones and your personal taste. Both are designed to improve and personalise your listening experience.

    **Rated for headphones up to 300 ohms - popular with Sennheiser 560/580/600/650/660, Beyer models, hifiman sundara, etc.

    iFi ZEN Air DAC specs:

    • Headphone Output: 280mW @ 32 ohms
    • Output Impedance: 1 ohm
    • SNR: 113db
    • DAC: Bit-perfect DSD by Burr Brown
    • Includes: usb-A cable; 20cm usb-A - power plug cable
    • Audio line output: 1v
    • Weight: 315g
    • Size: 16 x 12 x 3.5cm
    • Warranty 1 year
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      Excellent DAC/Amp at this price range

      So far I am very pleased, have used this DAC with all my headphones (incl, BT 880 250ohm) and there is enough power and they sound very transparent and true to the headphones natural signature. Works well with a Roon Bridge device attached.