Topping NX1s Portable Headphone Amp
Topping NX1s Portable Headphone Amp
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Product Description
Ideal for amplifying IEMs or headphones from a smartphone or DAP, the Topping NX1s headphone amp takes your portable music setup up a notch. It measures 3.3 by 2.2 inches, weighs just 2.8 ounces, and provides 40 hours of playback between charges Read More
Palm-Sized Headphone Amp With Bass Switch

Ideal for amplifying IEMs or headphones from a smartphone or DAP, the Topping NX1s headphone amp takes your portable music setup up a notch. It measures 3.3 by 2.2 inches, weighs just 2.8 ounces, and provides 40 hours of playback between charges. Inside its modern-looking aluminum shell, it features an OP+BUF structure for excellent performance. Along with the gain switch seen on the NX1 and NX1A models, the NX1s has a switch that allows you to add more bass. Plus, it’s particularly well built for a portable headphone amp of this price. For each amp, Topping goes through a complicated, multi-step process that includes testing at every step to ensure consistently high quality. To learn more, check out this interview with Topping’s Hailin Huang.

Note: At checkout, you’ll have your choice of color: black or silver.

Color Options
Silver
Black
Specs
  • Topping
  • Shell: Aluminum
  • Potentiometer: TOCOS
  • Frequency response: 20 Hz–100 kHz
  • Output power: 150 mW (32 ohms), 25 mW (300 ohms)
  • Recommended headphone impedance: 16–300 ohms
  • THD+N: < 0.0005%
  • SNR: ≥ 117 dB
  • Noise: < 3 uV (low gain), < 7 uV (high gain)
  • Gain: 0 dB / 8.7 dB
  • Bass: 0 dB / 4.0 dB
  • Playback time: > 40 hrs
  • Charge time: < 4 hrs at 1A
  • Charging port: MicroUSB (with battery indicator)
  • Power input: DC 5V / 1A (PCs USB 0.5A)
  • Dimensions: 3.3 x 2.2 x 0.4 in (8.4 x 5.5 x 1 cm)
  • Weight: 2.8 oz (78 g)
  • Warning: Output voltage of charger should not exceed 5V
Included
  • 3.5–3.5mm audio cable
  • 2 rubber bands
  • 5 Velcro strips
  • Rubber pad
  • User manual
Shipping

All orders will be shipped by Drop.

Estimated ship date is June 26, 2018 PT.

After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.

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If you will; why would you be under the impression that the Fiio E17 is more suited for "audiophiles" when the Nx1, by specs has better "audio-quality"? Wouldn't the amplifier with the higher quality audio be of more interest to audiophiles than one with lesser performance in audio quality? the E17 is a 109 SNR device @rating (depending on the factor) the NX1s is around 110 @ the same rating I do believe, and is more aggressively priced. But they are very different devices, like comparing a jeep and a sports hatchback. i think the driving enthusiast would prefer the hatchback for cityfare. The Fiio costs more, imo, due to popularity and it's offroad capability (DAC) which has little to do with audiophiles or incity (amp) performance; I should say. It's not that it's better audio quality, right? The E17 isnt exactly "top tier" audio, like a high end computer sound-card or top flight cd player an audiophile might be plugging into in order to get the top audio quality possible, if you think audiophile are interested in listening to top-quality audio? Not sure what you think an audiophiles interest should be,.., I understand it to be that the Nx1s is a much simpler device, an simple audio amplifier that lets one connect it's higher audio-quality amplifier stage(than the E17) to a higher quality digital audio converter than the Fiio E17 eh? Or even to be used in more|fdifferent general applications. Some would prefer to simply line out of a cellphone, which has "pretty good" line outputs already, for the variable bit depth audio processing@embedded hardware than adding another device to the output. I think the Fiio's best for people who have poor digital audio stages and want to throw something in a little higher quality(audio), or to have a good baseline to use across multiple applications. Like to plug into something good to both say a laptop with poor audio, and a phone with poor audio, and maybe a home computer too., I think it's a bit silly for what I suspect most cases ppl use it for..