Other models

        Hifimediy DAC2
  • Built in USB Isolator chip that isolates the dac from noisy USB ports.
  • Analog volume control (controls headphone output only)
  • Requires external power supply
  • Input: USB
  • Outputs: RCA direct out, 3.5mm headphone output, coaxial and digital optical outputs

Hifimediy Android DAC
  • Same as Tiny model with microUSB plug instead of regular USB plug.
  • ​Sabre sound from a compact dac that connects directly to Android phones/tablets
  • Does respond to volume level up/down keys on most Android phones.
  • Doesn’t work with all phones.

Hifimediy U2 
  • Similar to “Sabre DAC” with asynchronous USB transfer mode

Hifime 9018
  • Plays high resolution files up to 384kHz/32bit
  • High output level and only 8 steps volume control (not suitable for all headphones)
  • Requires drivers in Windows.

Hifime 9018D 
  • Same as 9018 with higher output gain, added MCU controlled 255-step volume control, display showing sample rate and volume level, all in a nice looking compact case.
  • Can be used with all headphones from the most sensitive to the ones requiring a lot of power.
  • High Speed/Full speed switch: can be used without drivers in Windows (up to 96/24) when switch is set to FS (“Full Speed”).

  • Optical and coaxial input ES9023
  • Built in power supply
  • Up to 192kHz/24bit
  • Headphone output volume controlled by analog volume control

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