- High Quality Acoustic Playback at 96kHz / 24bit
A major improvement over its predecessor, the E10K supports even lossless music format resolutions of 96kHZ / 24bit, playing details far beyond that of ordinary CDs (44kHz / 16bit). Input sources supporting High Res audio will be required for the desired output.
New DAC Chip
The DAC Chip in the FiiO Olympus 2 E10K has a different DAC Chip - PCM5102 which is an upgrade from the E10's WM8740. This new DAC Chip effectively improves linearity of the internal digital filter that reduces delay. This translates to an improved sound quality with no phase shift and reducing the interval of silence between tracks.
Lower Noise Floor
The FiiO E10K has an optimised low-pass filter. This, along with the bass boost circuit ensure a further lowered noise floor in all scenarios.
All New Amplification Stage
The E10K has an upgraded amplification stage also as compared to the older E10 from AD8397 to LMH6643. Superior transient response and driving power is guaranteed thanks to buffer design being employed.
Super Portable & Sturdy
The FiiO E10K has an extremely compact and tough build thanks to the brushed aluminium shell and chassis that lends considerably portability apart from ensuring durability.
20Hz - 20000Hz
16 Ohms - 150 Ohms
3.5mm Stereo Jack
0.006% (1KHz )
Dimensions - 19.1 mm×80 mm×21 mm
Weight - 78 g
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"I can now say that it's definitely an audible improvement over the E10. It has a clearer sound, much flatter frequency response, and its internal DAC settings are optimized to take advantage of the PCM5102A's features." Read More
"High frequencies are easy and light on the ear and are not strident or pushy. They have some more air compared to the old model, more information in this range. If I would compare the sound as a video experience, then E10K looks like a Full HD 1080p movie"