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ddHiFi TC35 Pro DAC/Amp

ddHiFi TC35 Pro DAC/Amp

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Weighing less than half an ounce and measuring no more than a few millimeters, the DAC/amps in ddHiFi’s TC35 Pro line are the definition of compact. Even more impressive: they don’t cut corners on audio quality Read More

Compact Conversion, Expansive Details

Weighing less than half an ounce and measuring no more than a few millimeters, the DAC/amps in ddHiFi’s TC35 Pro line are the definition of compact. Even more impressive: they don’t cut corners on audio quality. Packed in each of their small form factors is an independent headphone amp and a powerful ES9281AC PRO DAC chipset capable of 32-bit, 768 kilohertz PCM and DSD512 sampling—plus MQA decoding. That’s studio-grade sound quality far superior to that of typical adapters or phone sound cards. Highly durable, each TC35 Pro features an RGB light that indicates which sampling rate of the file the unit has detected. The TC35 Pro will also automatically detect any pair of headphones’ impedance and switch between Low Gain and High Gain modes accordingly. Choose from an array of Lighting and USB-C models below.

Note: At checkout, choose the TC35 Pro Eye (USB-C), TC35 Pro Eye (Lightning), TC35 Pro Mountain (USB-C),  TC35 Pro Mountain (Lightning), or TC35 Pro Tetris (USB-C)

ddHiFi TC35 Pro DAC/Amp
ddHiFi TC35 Pro DAC/Amp
ddHiFi TC35 Pro DAC/Amp
ddHiFi TC35 Pro DAC/Amp
ddHiFi TC35 Pro DAC/Amp
ddHiFi TC35 Pro DAC/Amp
ddHiFi TC35 Pro DAC/Amp

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Specs

  • ddHiFi
  • DAC chipset: ES9281AC PRO
  • Input: USB-C or Lightning
  • Output: 3.5 mm
  • Frequency response: 20 Hz – 40 kHz
  • Output power: ≥ 30 mW (16 ohms), ≥ 62 mW (32 ohms), ≥ 7 mW (600 ohms)
  • SNR: -118 dB
  • THD+N: 0.0004%
  • Sampling rates: PCM 44.1 kHz, 48kHz, 88 kHz, 384 kHz, 705 kHz, 768 kHz, DoP (DSD over PCM), DSD512, MQA
  • Maximum bit depth: 32 bits
  • Weight: 0.2 oz (5.6 g)

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Estimated ship date is Aug 2, 2021 PT.

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I have been trying these out for over a month now and I have finally figured them out. I have a review here: https://www.reddit.com/r/headphones/comments/otl0kp/full_review_of_the_ddhifi_tc35_pro_dongle_dac/ (I'm not the most articulate with my writing) I love them and certainly, if you are design-conscious, this should be a consideration. I really liked the unique design of the "Tetris", it certainly seems like the more versatile product, whilst the "eye" is your conventional portable DAC, and the "Mountain" will probably be the most popular (no added cables). Out of many portable DACs I have bought in the past, this is the first one that shows a vast improvement with all my earphones and almost all my headphones (will be harder to notice improvements with "dark-ish" headphones) in comparison to my Galaxy S10 built-in DAC. The B&O H6 is the only headphone that doesn't reveal the benefits of the portable DAC noticeably. However, if you want an identical product which (on Aliexpress) is roughly $10-$20 cheaper, you should look into the Hilidac Audirect Atom 2: -Same Chipset (ES9281AC PRO) -Similar design (almost identical to the "Mountain") -Same specs (Output power, THD etc.) -Accepts the same bitrates (including MQA) I would also add, specifically with the "Tetris", that finding the right cable is key. A lot of my adapters (maybe don't accept a high enough speed) do not register with the DAC when plugged in. The images below show a cable that does. I also have a few other adapters (more expensive, higher data speeds) that work on it too. Hope that helps! [image] [image] [image] [image]