Desktop quality in the size of a lighter
The included connectivity cable, of which only one is included, is USB micro B to USB A. Sometimes it's difficult to search for this information, so there you have it. That said, a considerate company would include their very short, very convenient USB micro B to USB C cable with the unit to really win my heart, as I now have to purchase this cable from them, separately, for 20 additional dollars, and wait for it to arrive. Maybe we're all expected to already own such a cable? I must be out of touch.
THE SOUND: is top-notch. Flexible, delivers as much clarity as I could have hoped and cleanly powers every low impedance headphone I own. I'm using this on the go, so it will mostly be feeding IEMs, and thus far it delivers.
BUILD: input should just be USB C, micro anything is a sin. Gain switch is deeply recessed, I have found success with tweezers. Volume knob adjustment is smooth, if a bit too easy to turn, which on hi-gain can be problematic with easy to drive IEMs. There is a noticeable draw on my phones battery usage, but far less than should cause concern.
THE RESULT: I'm stoked on the sound and the size, just wish the design was a *bit* more forward thinking. Overall would recommend to anyone looking for portability on a budget, or starting out and wanting to keep things fleet and stealth.
Would recommend to a friend.