NEWS: iFi Audio launches iDSD Diablo DAC/Headphone amp

NightmanCometh

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Stylisticly reminds me of an old guitar pedal. Can't decide if I like that or not...
 

Steven

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Looking at the specs I think there needs to be a lower gain setting for sensitive in ear monitors. No objection to a portable device able to drive demanding Beyers or Planars. Nice marketing opportunity there. Seems odd not to allow more volume range for sensitive earphones
 

iFi audio

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Looking at the specs I think there needs to be a lower gain setting for sensitive in ear monitors. No objection to a portable device able to drive demanding Beyers or Planars. Nice marketing opportunity there. Seems odd not to allow more volume range for sensitive earphones

Hey Steven,

Thanks you for your comment! :)

The Diablo is a great substitute for our IEMatch because of it's power output that is designed for sensitive products in general.

It's also beneficial because it increases the battery life of the Diablo due to the less power used. Eco has 12, normal has 9, turbo has 6.
 

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Just one for the Diablo fans to compare with our very own micro series ;)
 
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iFi audio

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I like red but that is ugly!
“Oneman’s “ugly” is another man’s “beautiful.” We were asked by hundreds of customers to go direction fiery red this time and the majority of the people seem to enjoy it. @fordster , what is your suggestion for the shades of red which would go well with the future iFi products?
 

fordster

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“Oneman’s “ugly” is another man’s “beautiful.” We were asked by hundreds of customers to go direction fiery red this time and the majority of the people seem to enjoy it. @fordster , what is your suggestion for the shades of red which would go well with the future iFi products?
Very true, it is just my opinion and others may well love it. Maybe I’d like it better in the flesh but for me the colour contrasts and materials just don’t work. I think a less vivid red may work, perhaps a burgundy?
 

iFi audio

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You are right, you would probably get a different impression seeing it in person and giving it a try. Burgundy sounds like a fair suggestion. You chose one tasty colour. I've got to pour myself a glass of Burgundy, place Diablo next to it and see if this colour works.
 

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