iBasso DX300 MAX (Unboxing) : An Ultimate Musical Device !!

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iBasso DX300 MAX is the Flagship DAP (Digital Audio Player) from iBasso.
Features :
The digital and analog sections of the DX300MAX are powered separately, with each having an independent charging system. The digital and analog hardware and signal communications, adopt optocouplers and I2C isolators to completely isolate the digital to analog sections from any interference.

The AMP section is powered by a true +/- 8.4V battery pack. No voltage boost is used, which ensures the highest purity and current output.

An optimized super class A discrete amp circuit, based on the AMP8 module, which eliminates the switching distortion of transistors, while providing the sound signature of a class A amplifier, that also significantly reduces heat generation, is used.

The DX300MAX has versatile outputs that incorporate a 4.4mm balanced line out, 4.4mm balanced phone out, and a 3.5mm single ended phone out. The voltage output of the 3.5mm single ended is up to 4.4V RMS, and the balanced phone out is up to 8.8V RMS.

Electrolytic capacitors are used in the DX300MAX.

A custom 4-wiper potentiometer that has less than +/-2dB channel tolerance has been selected.

Dual AK4499EQ DAC Chips are incorporated.

Bit for Bit playback with support up to 32bit/768kHz.

Support of Native DSD up to 512x.

5.0" IPS screen (1080*1920), with On Cell capacitive touch panel.

Support of QC3.0 and PD3.0 quick charge for digital section.

FPGA-Master, a dedicated control of the audio system.

2 Accusilicon ultra-low phase noise Femtosecond oscillators.

USB DAC function that supports up to 32bit/384kHz and DoP DSD128.

14nm Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC.

6GB LPDDR4X + 128GB ROM.

USB digital output that outputs up to PCM 32bit/384kHz,Na- tive DSD256, and DoP DSD128.

Mini coaxial output that supports up to 24bit/384kHz and DoP DSD128.

Support of 2.4G & 5G WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0.

Support of SDXC and SDHC Micro SD cards.

Support USB3.1 Superspeed transfer.

3 settings for hardware gain control.

Audio Formats Supported: MQA, APE, FLAC, WAV, WMA, AAC, ALAC, AIFF, OGG, MP3, DFF, DSF, and DXD.

Support for M3U playlists.
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Audio
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