The Audioquest DragonFly USB DAC is replaced by the Audioquest DragonFly Black USB DAC.
Audioquest has been a major player in high-end digital and analogue lead production since 1980. The Audioquest DragonFly USB DAC has made quite a splash in the Hi-Fi world. When connected to your computer via the USB port, the sound quality through a pair of Hi-Fi headphones delivers impressive detail and musicality. The DragonFly is a truly standout USB converter has a lot of buzz around it.
It is compatible with 24 bit/96 kHz music files and features a headphone amplifier. Its compact size means it is portable and can deliver excellent sound quality wherever you go. The DragonFly has an asynchronous USB, which gives it incredible musicality as its twin clocks ensure excellent signal transmission and practically non-existent jitter. It uses an ESS Technology Sabre converter.
Its 3.5mm jack analogue output means you can listen through headphones, and is capable of astounding results if you have a high quality pair. The compact size of this DAC does not diminish its sound quality in the slightest. Its twin clocks can handle native resolutions between 44.1 kHz and 96 kHz. The Audioquest DragonFly lights up in different colours depending on the type of file being played: 44.1 kHz (green), 48 kHz (blue), 88.2 kHz (amber) et 96 kHz (magenta).
We can confirm that the Audioquest DragonFly converter is sure to satisfy music lovers looking for high quality headphone listening on the go. The American brand has been making waves in the press with this USB converter, and rightly so! Don’t be fooled by its compact size – the DragonFly Audioquest proves that good things can come in small packages too! Franck
Converter: ESS Technology Sabre, 24 bits/96 kHz
Resolution: 44.1, 48, 88.2 and 96 kHz
Green (44.1 kHz), blue (48 kHz), amber (88.2 kHz), magenta (96 kHz).
Headphone output: 3.5mm jack