xDuoo XP-2 Pro Bluetooth DAC/Amp
xDuoo XP-2 Pro Bluetooth DAC/Amp
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Taking the successful XP-2 DAC/amp to the next level, xDuoo has unveiled the XP-2 Pro— improving sampling rate, output power, and battery life to optimize any compact listening setup.  Nearly identical to its predecessor in size and appearance, the XP-2 Pro offers 32-bit, 384-kilohertz sampling for wired listening and 32-bit, 92-kilohertz sampling in wireless mode Read More

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Klaord
0
Jan 12, 2021
I've been using this for the last month with dekoni blues, really good product but no reason to buy off drop as it costs 140$ everywhere else too.
Klaord
0
Jan 17, 2021
you have to decide if the tradeoff of portability is more valuable than the superior power of the xd05. the portability is the main appeal of the xp2 over the xd05
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MastroiTek
8
Jan 17, 2021
aha ups, I completely forgot about dimensions haha. thx Now it makes sense
nnk95
2
Jan 6, 2021
I'd recommend to stay away from this one, stick with the xd05 if you really want a similar form factor. Reason? This drop costs the same as it is on its own website, and the many problems people had with it's bluetooth "switched on" but no devices can see it.
mensrea
262
Jan 6, 2021
300mW at 32ohms? That’s like... an E1AD 9038S dongle? Weaker actually. Folks, take a pass on these. You literally buy amps for power. These don’t have it. Ridiculous they would even manufacture something like this.
bradsour
5
Jan 6, 2021
Does anyone know if using BT if a mic input would also be able to be used if the headset supports it? I need to upgrade the audio of my work laptop, but it needs to be both mic and headphone as people get an annoying humming when I'm on VOIP. I figured since it's a laptop I can't upgrade it to have an audio card so a dac/amp would be the way to go, but I'm lost when it comes to being able to make sure the input will also end up on good isolated channels. I've tried a cheaper USB DAC I already had and then just pushed the mic line in via the normal headphone jack of the laptop but the gain on the USB DAC just makes it worse... this is getting way off topic of my question. lol Sorry for the long ranting.
bradsour
5
Jan 6, 2021
Thanks for the reply. So you think even if it does take in input (which I verified it does via Amazon), that it may not solve the humming going on coming from the laptop itself? The on board audio must be picking up some interference from another internal component. This is via a wired headset. When I tried BT direct to the laptop they said that quality wasn't very good, so I was hoping that I could use the DAC to boost the BT quality, maybe via USB-C and then bluetooth connectivity to the DAC.
TfromtheD
29
Jan 6, 2021
It has a mic on the side (see the pics). Not a boom mic input or pass-through. It also looks like it passes the internal mic through BT. But if you have some internal noise, I'm not sure this is going to fix your issue. Have you tried a mic that plugs in via USB? Or a better wireless headset? Some have better mics than others. But this isn't a BT transmitter, it's a receiver. If you plug it in via USB, then there is no Bluetooth going on because the headphones only plug in.
Thavo
74
Jan 6, 2021
I wish it supported LDAC
mensrea
262
Jan 6, 2021
I’m assuming that was a joke...
Rowdy2026
316
Jan 6, 2021
Ok...
Ronax
25
Jan 6, 2021
Will this be enough to drive the sennheiser hd 6XX from a smartphone? and how is this one compared to Fiio E12 Mont Blanc?
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Tbone519
21
Jan 6, 2021
Stick with the xd05, plenty of power to drive 6xx, and it sounds great imo. But the xd05 is not a portable solution. You’d be hard pressed to find a true portable solution that can run the 6xx. The centrance dacport HD pops up on here quite often and it does a pretty good job.
Ronax
25
Jan 6, 2021
thanks for the advise.