New Release iFi iOne Bluetooth DAC

iFi iOne Bluetooth DAC

iFi has got an awesome new release for beginners and seasoned audiophiles looking for high resolution sound, but use a wireless set-up. Look no more! Welcome iFi iOne Bluetooth DAC.

New Release iFi iOne Bluetooth DAC

Yep, iFi has got you covered. Similar to the likes of the highly anticipated Chord Poly, iFi iOne will deliver that next level sound you’ve been looking for over Bluetooth connectivity. iOne does so by combining many different digital audio devices and input options into one, single enclosure.

iOne features a few different ports that allow your devices to pass their signal through the DAC and provide you with stellar sound. For mobile phones and tablets there is Bluetooth capability with aptX codes (Windows, MAC, and Android devices) as well as AAC codecs (iOS). This ensures CD-like quality while streaming.

If you’d prefer to use a digital audio signal for CD/DVD/Blu-Ray players, TVs, and gaming consoles, this can be done through the S/PDIF (Sony/Philips Digital Interface Format) port with either a coaxial or a fiber optic cable. This Bluetooth DAC has been equipped with the Global Master Timing Femto clock system which posses advanced galvanic isolation that isolates the S/PDIF signal ensuring a clean and clear transmission.

For those who are looking to link their computers with the iFi iOne Bluetooth DAC, they can use the USB port that is actually able to power an Active Noise Cancellation noise suppression system.

THee is also AMR digital technology that powers a ZeroJitter Memory Buffer deployed across Bluetooth, S/PDIF and the USB audio system. It ensures whether you choose to connect wired or wirelessly, your transmission quality is unmatched.

When it comes to the internals, iOne is fit with a Burr-Brown True Native chipset. It is a MultiBit DAC which handles PCM and DSD natively, so the music signal stays in its original format all way through. Nice!

iFi iOne Bluetooth DAC will cost $199. It is available on back-order at Audio 46 shipping the first or second week of March.

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