FiiO X3 Portable Player Driver
The Fiio X3 Hi-Res Lossless Portable Digital Audio Player is the company's newer generation of audio player. Offering refined body designed. FiiO X3 2nd Generation digital audio player and USB DAC offers full support of lossless music files including DSD. High-quality DAC and intuative user interface. The black X3 (2nd Gen) from Fiio is a portable high resolution audio player and USB-DAC for audio enthusiasts. The unit features an audiophile grade.
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FiiO X3 Portable Player Driver
The new design includes separate headphone amplifier, loss pass filter and DAC components that make sure of the fact that the functionality of each one of them does not get affected by the other in any way. There FiiO X3 Portable Player two different output lines to connect your device to any kind of headphones or speakers.
The OLED screen incorporated in the design allows users to sort through their music collection more conveniently. Complete Ports Regular 3. Fitted with micro-USB 2.
Most of the back cover is made of metal, in our case black one. The player will be available in the red version, there will be a red frame around the perimeter. In the upper part is the FiiO logo, even higher is a small plastic insert for the adequate work of the Bluetooth-module.
At the bottom are all technical information and a sticker with the Hi-Res logo. FiiO has never had problems with the materials and assembly quality, which confirms my first generation FiiO X3 survived much for 4 years and still feels great.
The X3-III handles nearly every modern audio format and gave us very good battery life even playing through our library of CPU-intensive lossless files. In addition to normal headphone output, the 3.
Audio performance over the wired connection was predictably better than the convenient-but-limited Bluetooth, but we think the wireless connection could have been better — it seems odd for the X3-III not to support aptX in In short, the X3-III does its primary and only task very well. Perhaps the difference that users are most likely to experience with the X3-III FiiO X3 Portable Player the increased power output FiiO X3 Portable Player iPhones and the Apple Lightning adapter. In our testing, the X3-III was able to drive high-impedance headphones to higher volumes and with more authority than our standard mobile hardware over the standard headphone jack.
Balanced outputs are favored by some in the audiophile community for their lower noise and potentially higher power output, depending on the quality of implementation in the device.
USB Type-C is still not seen, it's a pity. Apparently, that will appear after the updated dock's release and other accessories: On the top and right ends is nothing interesting: Most of the back cover is made of metal, in our case FiiO X3 Portable Player one.
The player will be available in the red version, there will be a red frame around the perimeter.