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  • Shanling H2

    Shanling H2 wireless bluetooth usb dac, headphone amp. H2 is the most affordable in Shanling's 'H' series and combines the usb input & bluetooth input options with their clever built-in micro SD card reader.

    **Now shipping, black finish

    Shanling H2 card reader feature allows you to fill up a memory card with music files and play back in high res from within the device - functioning as a basic music player. 

    Use the 'Eddict' phone app to control music playback, combined with the 2.5cm display. 

    Shanling H2 has BT5.0 with LDAC, making it a great wireless dac to use with a phone. Connect H2 to a phone or computer by usb and use it to decode all your streaming music. 

    Shanling H2 features: 

    • CS43198 dac chip
    • BT5.0 w/ LDAC
    • Dual headphone amps, supporting balanced output
    • SE 3.5mm & BAL 4.4mm out
    • Up to 680 mW @ 32 ohm output from 4.4mm
    • Up to 12.5 hours battery life
    • Micro SD card slot / Ingenic 1000 playback system
    • Supports up to 2TB card 
    • Made in China
    • 1 year warranty by Shanling Canada distributor



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      Sounds great

      Nice "laid back" sound that I was looking for -- not punchy at all, but warm and nice. Bass is ... "viscous," I would say, rather than boomy. A bit nicer than the Fiio X5, but not as nice as the Fiio X7-I. Can't really comment on other aspects like imaging -- haven't listened enough yet. The only problem I'm having with it -- both of them; I bought two -- is that it will sometimes skip and mumble on bluetooth. I assume maybe it can't keep up? It happens with multiple bluetooth sources so I suspect it's the unit. Pausing the source for 10 seconds and then unpausing fixes it every time. Will try bluetoothing in a different format and see if that helps. If not, will report it to Shanling or check online forums. Also, the controls are annoying. For instance: the display turns off after a few seconds and whatever you do next just turns it back on. So if you're trying to skip to the next song you have to turn the wheel two notches instead of one. Unless, of course, you did something in the last few seconds, in which case one is enough. Sigh. Anyway, not a big enough deal given how good the unit sounds (to my tastes).