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Connect to any device or listen via any streaming service with the iFi Audio xDSD. The 3D Matrix+ adjusts the analogue signal to give you an experience as though the artist is performing right in front of you. The xBass+ restores the deep, rich bass in your music without muddying the other frequencies so that you get that great punch.
The Burr-Brown Multibit DSD1793 DAC Chipset gives you a realistic sound while the Intelligent Memory Buffer System and femto precision GMT Clock avoid any jitters and lags in the audio playback. The xDSD has been certified Hi-Res by the Japan Audio Society and supports MQA to enjoy music as the artist intended.
Most high-end headphones come with balanced wiring which reduces crosstalk and distortion, something that is common with the traditional unbalanced 3-contact connection. While the noise and distortion are reduced by 3 times in the case of a balanced headphone, it is reduced by 50% in the case of unbalanced ones.
It does not matter whether you have a 32Ω IEM or a 600Ω headphone, the xDSD can handle it all. It uses a W990VST digitally controlled stepped attenuator and the OV4627 ultra-low noise FET input Op-Amp. This is a dual-mono headphone amp that has 500mW power (per channel). Experience the best your headphone can offer.
Go wireless with the Qualcomm aptX and AAC codecs for CD-level audio quality. In wired mode, the USB Type-A OTG/CCK input offers 768kHz/32-bit PCM and 22.57MHz DSD. Have an old device you’d love to listen to? No problem, the 3.5mm coaxial/TOSLINK combo S/PDIF connector lets you listen to 192kHz/24-bit audio.
The xDSD's sleek titanium vacuum ion plate metal enclosure houses a 3.8V/2,200mAh Lithium Polymer battery which packs a 12% greater capacity in its tiny package. It gives you up to 10 hours of battery life. The micro USB input lets you charge your DAC via your smartphone without draining your phone’s battery.
|USB INPUT||up to PCM768kHz & DSD512 (24.6/22.6MHz)|
|S/PDIF COAXIAL AND OPTICAL INPUT||up to 192kHz/24Bit|
|DYANAMIC RANGE||> 113 dB (A)|
|VOLUME CONTROL||-101dB…0dB in 1dB steps|
|OUTPUT POWER||> 2.82V/500 mW @ 16 Ohm
> 3.7V/270mW @ 50 Ohm
> 3.8V/48 mW @ 300 Ohm
> 3.8V/24 mW @ 600 Ohm
|LINE OUT LEVEL||> 2.1V @ 0dBFS (& 0dB Volume)|
|THD & N (1V/16R)||<0.005%|
|OUTPUT IMPEDANCE||< 1 Ohm|
|DIMENSIONS||95 (l) x67 (w) x19 (h) mm|
1. iFi Audio - xDSD
|2. User Guide|
|4. Carry Pouch|
|5. USB Cable|
|6. OTG Cable|
Don't sweat it, this iFi Audio xDSD comes with a 1 year warranty from iFi Audio that covers manufacturing defects. All products featured on Headphone Zone are backed by an original manufacturer's warranty.
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"The xDSD is a very modern design and well-built portable amp/DAC and a confident freshman release for their new X-Series range.The xDSD has created a new path for iFi and an important one at that."Read More
"A feature packed, sturdy and a perfectly pocketable device, iFi xDSD is once again a great device from iFi. I especially loved the wireless feature. It’s very flexible to use it that way."Read More
"Its own triumphs – vast file support, portability and a generally agreeable sound – make it a commendable DAC at this price point, whichever way you use it."Read More
"The xDSD uses slightly nicer conversion chips and the xDSD has cleaner, higher power amplification specs. The xDSD is essentially a DAC first and an amp second."Read More
"Completly feature packed and portable, the iFi xDSD is a great addition to your phone due to its bluetooth capabilities or as an standalone dac/amp on your desk due to it sounding so good."Read More
The ifi xDSD is by far one o the best DACs in that price range (and also compared with some in the highest price ranges). It is really portable and great looking to boot. The controls are not intuitive and take some time to get used to. For instance, switching from wired to bluetooth modes requires rebooting and while continuing to hold the large power cum indicator button down until it changes colour from green to blue or blue to green (green- wired: Blue - bluetooth). The volume ring is endlessly adjustable that is, one can keep on turning it in a particular direction for ever. No that doing so endlessly increase or decreases the volume. The volume is indicated by changing colour of the dial, something again one needs to get used to.
This device not only supports Hi-res but also MQA (the 2014 audio codec standard with very high sampling rates). So it is sort of Future-proofed as of now. No need to go into audio quality etc for me here except to say that the quality is really very high. Chord Mojo killer? For me it seems to be.
I had problems with the charging and the charging indicators, but with the support of Headphone Zone, it was actually replaced twice - yes twice. It was possible only because of Headphone Zone. So I recommend that one buys it only from here. The price is very reasonable and the after-sales (which in my case was crucial) of HPZ is absolutely terrific.One of the most satisfying DACs I own.
I like this product, XBASS+ & 3D+👍👍👍👍👍👍
Well I would like to put in my thoughts about the IFI XDSD DAC/AMP after about one week of its usage. Beyond a doubt it is indeed a sublime DAC and the sound quality is superb what IFI is known for its products.It has a clearer sound with added features and hardly any noticeable difference between the wired and the wireless connections which cannot be pin pointed unless you are a critical audiophile. Except the volume knob which also acts as the power on off button, which appears to be made of a flimsy plasticky material, the build quality of the device otherwise is pretty good.It can pretty much drive headphones with high impedance though not sure how power rich it would be to drive a 600 ohm headphones. It drives my Ananda and Ultrasones seamlessly. Battery life is very decent which would provide you 5 to 6 hours of wireless musical bliss and even more with the wired connectivity.. Absence of Aptx HD is little disappointing at the price it is which selling though the sound quality is near to supreme.There is a separate USB type C port usable only for charging.
However for any one looking to buy a DAC / AMP around this price range I feel Mojo is a better bet, purely in terms of sound quality for me., if you are willing to forego the bluetooth functionality of this DAC and considering Mojo is selling at only a few thousands more than this.
Nano Idsd BL from Ifi which also I own is also a strong contender and preferable choice for many to drive headphones under 100 ohms..ofcourse here there is a trade off with the bluetooth functionality for nearly half the price you pay for the xdsd.The sound quality of both the IFI DACs are of from different zones with hardly any resemblence, both being extremely good depending on one's preference. Having said this the fact remains somehow I keep going back to my old mojo for a soulful musical experience....
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Stupendous. Beats anything I have heard. Near mojo and bluetooth too.
I’ll be honest, I was in two minds between this and the Uber popular FiiO Q5 and the only reason I went for this was the privilege of hearing out the iDSD micro BL at last year’s headphone connect and this safe to say, this didn’t disappoint at all.
I had read about many users complaining about the the Bluetooth connectivity and frequent dropouts using USB but it seems ifi has fixed all those issues in their 5.30 update. I am yet to see any connectivity issues in USB or Bluetooth. Flawless.
I further updated the firmware to 5.30C which has the GTO filter for USB inputs.
While I agree the controls aren't straightforward but it took me less than 15 mins to fully understand everything.
The build quality is great but probably not as good as the Q5. Although it definitely looks better (when it doesn't have my fingerprints on it) But I don't care about all that. The sound is all that matters.
The DAC section is very clean. I tested in line out mode with my Apollo Twin solo as the amp driving my Modded T40RPmkii and it's right up there in terms of fidelity. Anyways, a DAC should essentially be neutral. The Amp section Is a tricky little thing. It won't sound good with just everything. Using the unit to drive my KSC75 wasn't too enjoyable. The highs were just lacking. Using it with Tin Audio T2..Well let's just say I haven't had a better portable setup until this.
The detailing on this baby is absolutely stellar though. Perhaps a few steps above my Apollo Twin as well! that's just crazy when you realise you just compared it with pro audio gear. It just accentuates the transients but not by much.overall effect is a very musical experience that doesnt sacrifice on the details
Using as an ASIO/core audio device showed no issues as well. To summarize, it's a very musical sounding super portable device truly worth the price. These days, I feel consumer devices convey the transparency easier than the emotion and this device finds the perfect balance ...