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FX Audio DAC-X3 DAC/Amp

FX Audio DAC-X3 DAC/Amp

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From FX Audio, the DAC-X3 DAC/amp is designed for new audiophiles and long-time listeners looking to get more out of their headphones at an affordable price point. Featuring a popular Cirrus CS4344 DAC, the DAC-X3 is a big step up from the digital-to-audio converters built into today’s portable devices and computers Read More

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kroesener
6
Aug 24, 2020
Well, in my limited experience with this product it SUCKS, it broke JUST after the 30 day period for replacement and Drop, failed to offer a replacement! So, I paid over $1 per day for it before it broke and now I am out that hard earned money with a paper weight. BUYER BEWARE!!!
D.R.O
0
Jun 17, 2020
Overall a solid improvement from plugging in directly to my laptop. For me it works perfectly and didn't break the bank.
tillyboy
0
Jun 8, 2020
I tried using this amp with some ATH-40s, but the sound is suuuuuuuuper scratchy :( Did I just pair it with the wrong type of cans (impedance too low) or what did I fail to do?
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wgraham17
2
Apr 11, 2020
Not sure if anyone is going for read this, but would you recommend this for a pair of AKG M220s, and if not, what would you recommend in this price range.
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Hyde
935
Apr 10, 2020
Anyone know the output impedance rating? I remember DAC-X6 has fairly high output impedance rating making it not ideal for any low impedance rating headphones. For example say if DAC-X6 is 10 Ohm then ideally you want 10 Ohm x 8 so the headphone should be 80 Ohm minimum to avoid distortion.
zacman_098
8
Apr 10, 2020
Does anyone know if this dac is a good buy if I'm gonna pair it with a receiver I have? I don't think I'd use it for an amp seeing some comments haha
scottlu
348
Apr 10, 2020
you can just treat it as a normal sound card.
cap7ainskull
74
Apr 10, 2020
Man that power output is the same as the price
Pawn63295
30
Apr 10, 2020
A dollar an Ohm, haha
mattris
1149
Apr 10, 2020
"A POWERFUL ENTRY-LEVEL DAC/AMP" Power output: 19 mW at 32 ohms Uh....
Hyde
935
Apr 10, 2020
LOL I'm using Denon D2000 at home which is 25 Ohm so I'm generally not that obsessed about output power. But 19 mW still sounds kind of low.....