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The IKKO ITM02 DAC takes a simple, high-efficiency approach to headphone amplification. Running on the AK4377 DAC chip, supporting up to 32-bit, 384-kilohertz sampling, the ITM02 brings audio from all your devices to any pair of wired headphones with exceptional detail and headroom Read More
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The IKKO ITM02 DAC takes a simple, high-efficiency approach to headphone amplification. Running on the AK4377 DAC chip, supporting up to 32-bit, 384-kilohertz sampling, the ITM02 brings audio from all your devices to any pair of wired headphones with exceptional detail and headroom. With a 120-decibel signal-to-noise ratio and less than 0.0004-percent total harmonic distortion, this DAC ensures seamless, nearly artifact-free transmission of your audio—all in a tiny matchbox-sized form factor. This package also comes with both a USB-C to USB-C dongle and a USB-C to Lightning port dongle so the ITM02 to work with whatever phone or tablet you’ve got.
Sampling rate: Up to 384 kHz
Bit depth: Up to 32 bits
SNR: 120 dB
Output power 70 mW at 32 ohms
Output: 3.5 mm
Weight: 0.3 oz (9 g)
Dimensions: 1.5 x 0.7 x 0.4 in (3.9 x 1.7 x 0.9 cm)
Estimated ship date is July 14, 2023 PT.
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A couple of questions: Does this register button presses (play/pause, volume up/down, etc) from in-line remotes? If so, iOS or Android (or both)? And does a headphone's in-line microphone work with this?