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  • ALO Audio Pilot II

    ALO Audio Pilot II usb dac - only 4.4mm output - designed exclusively for earphones and headphones with balanced cables, with a 4.4mm plug. New 2023 version. The main body is a lightweight aluminum elongated - cube housing.

    USB-C input plug, for computers, android phones and newer ipads (+ iphone 15)

    Elevate your audio experience wherever you go, with ALO Audio’s Pilot II Digital-to-Analog Converter. With the power of the ESS 92181AC Pro DAC you will bypass the inferior built-in audio components of your portable devices, and ensure your tracks are presented with improved clarity, depth, and overall detail. 

    Pilot II improves upon the performance of the original with increased overall sonic performance, the incorporation of a 4.4mm balanced output, and variable output with its BOOST toggle button.

    BOOST button - for hard to drive earphones, or full size headphones, you can choose the BOOST feature, bumping up the output from 2.2v to 3.3v, for improved performance and a more satisfying listen.

    ALO Audio Pilot II specs:

    • SNR: 115 dB
    • Output: 2.2v or 3.3v with BOOST
    • THD: 0.0003%
    • Decodes PCM files up to 768kHz, DSD up to 22.5Mhz and MQA files
    • Aluminum enclosure, usb-c input, 4.4mm output
    • LED to indicate  MQA / Idle / files under or over 48khz
    • 1 year warranty

     

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      11/30/2023

      Give This One a Pass

      This unit has a buzz in the right channel that is highly noticeable between tracks, but also bleeds into the music when playing a track. I experienced this with an ATH-MSR7b, which I specifically bought it for, and then verified it with a Sennheiser HD800; I flipped both headphones to play the right channel in the left ear and the buzz moved to the left ear. It seemed an attractive buy for $80, but it's useless to me.

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      Russ
      Canada Canada