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FiiO E07K (Andes) and L7 bundle

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  • High end USB decoding DAC (digital to analogue converter), Bass boost EQ with 3 settings
  • Audiophile quality headphone output for PC and Mac via USB (replaces soundcard headphone out)
  • Dual 3.5mm headphone output lets you share your music with friends Build-in rechargeable 1050 mAH Li-ion battery for 80 hours of continuous operation
  • Quality anodized aluminium satin finish case design.

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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 340 g
  • Item model number: FE7-L7-102
  • ASIN: B0052IRC7Y
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 25 May 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)

Product Description

● USB audio decoding and output for PC, functioning as a high quality external USB soundcard*; ● Texas Instruments' PCM2706 serves as USB receiver. For better sound quality, a Wolfson WM8740 serves as digital-to-analog convertor (DAC), pairing with a high performance operational amplifier from ADI for the DAC circuit; ● Build-in headphone amplifier utilizing AD8692 and Texas Instruments' TPA6130A as pre- and power-amp for high performance, good resolution, low distortion, and powerful output; ● Standard 3.5mm stereo line-in jack for portable amplification with conventional audio source; ● Dual 3.5mm headphone output jack. Convenient design makes it easy to share music between two listeners; ● World's first portable headphone amplifier with dual colors OLED display; ● Easy to use digital volume control function with great precision and channel balance; ● Build-in EQ for 3 levels of Bass Boost; ● Build-in rechargeable 1050 mAH Li-ion battery for 80 hours of continuous operation**; ●Quality anodized aluminum satin finish case design, small and compact, ideal to be wrapped together with digital audio player; ●User selectable USB charging function to help prolong battery lifespan and lower distortion from power supply circuit; ●User definable startup volume memory and maximum volume limiter to protect user from hearing damage due to loud volume; ●Automatic keylock feature; ●User definable sleep timer function and total runtime display****. * This model supports driverless plug and play on Windows XP, Windows 2000, Vista, Windows 7, and various Mac OS. ** Full battery charge via computer USB port after 200 minutes and capable of 80 hours of continuous operation, tested under laboratory condition for evaluative purpose only. **** Total system runtime will accumulate from the first use. It will be reset to zero after either reset button is pressed, reloading default setting, or when the battery depleted

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ubersmiter on 6 Sept. 2011
Decided to buy this having bought bought the E5, which was great. I use it with my iPhone through an L1 cable. Volume is Increased but the real gain is in sound quality. On my Denon AHD7000's there was a noticeable increase in quality across the range. The volume display and options on the device are useful, but I tend to leave the music settings flat as my headphones produce plenty of base. It comes well packed with a screen protector and a felt pouch to store it along with a charging cable and 3.5mm pass through cable. Only problem I had was that the battery life was significantly less than the stated 80 hours, so much so that I returned the unit and got a second one which so far is performing much better, so keep track of power drain when you first use it. Just one other caution. I tried some Shure SE310 earbuds with this amp and the results were much less dramatic. While they are not in the same league as my Denons I was a little disappointed as these headphones are £130, which is not cheap. If all you are after is a volume lift, then buy an E5 first. They are less than half the price and do a great job for the money. If you can hear the difference in quality with those, then an E7 will be even better. If you already own high quality headphones and you can afford the extra cash, get the E7, you will not be disappointed
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bluecraig99 on 14 April 2013
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I must admit, it wasn't night and day in terms of quality difference on my iphone and iPad but it was noticeable through my macbook. However, with use, even the subtle improvements with the iPhone/ipad make this simply stunning addition and at a great price. I use it:

With macbook through USB
With iPhone using an L3 connector
With iPad through USB using the Lightning Camera Connection Kit (although you need to turn USB charging off on the E7 for it to work)

Great item, nicely packaged with silicon protector and soft case. Don't regret it at all.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Maarten on 17 Mar. 2013
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Only complaint I have is that it's not compatible with my samsung galaxy s3. For the rest it is produces amazing sound!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By AJay on 24 Jan. 2012
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As a Hi-Fi USB output from a desktop or laptop PC the E7 is excellent.
It drives the variety of midrange Hi-Fi headphones I have (Grado SR80s for example) extremely well, avoiding all of the nasty digital noise thats normal from PC headphone sockets. Since it's driver-less you can connect it to any PC and it will work pretty instantly.
The interface is pretty and quite intuitive too. Similar button push actions as you might have on a mobile phone or mp3 player.

But if you just want it to extract better sound from your iPod I think you may be disappointed. To me the improvement is marginal.
Maybe if you've got really insensitive headphones and want to drive them to mega volumes.
Or have encoded your audio collection at incredibly high sample rates and only have your mp3 player available to play them into some £600 headphones....
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I was very pleased with this when it first arrived. Sound quality through my AKGs was superb. Unfortunately it has recently failed. It simply makes a sound like an angry wasp through both headphone channels, whether there is input through the USB or not. Not sure what has caused this to happen but I can't get it to work again despite repeated attempts to reset. What a shame. I don't think I will be buying Fiio again on reliability grounds. I would have given it 5 stars for sound quality and convenience, but what's the point in spending £100 on something that is not even going to last a year. It was not even that well travelled.
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