FiiO E06 Portable Headphone Amplifier
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- Robust design handles high impedance and low sensitivity headphones
- Increases your music player's battery life
- 3 EQ profiles: flat, bass boost 1, and bass boost 2
- Built-in electronic volume control for ultra low noise
- Available in black colour
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FiiO's E6 has a new name, that's all that has changed! The E06 Fujiyama portable headphone amplifier offers improved sound quality, a new aesthetic and high power output capable of driving high end, high impedance headphones, as well as a good signal to noise ratio and low levels of sound distortion.
The E06 is designed to work with any portable audio source, such as MP3 players, iPods, mobile phones and tablets. With a new design, the E06 still maintains a small footprint with sleek style. Though not clad in metal like its predecessor, this actually decreases its weight making it all the more portable and comfortable.
FiiO E06's sound signature adds depth to the bass and enhances detail of trebles; it boosts the volume and makes it even clearer, making the E06 a worthy upgrade to your mobile audio system. Improved in many aspects, the E06 Fujiyama follows the worldwide success of the innovative E5 headphone amp. Upgraded in all the key areas to guarantee a brilliant audio signal and with a new sleek design to suit the latest mobile audio players.
FiiO E06 Fujiyama Portable Headphone Amplifier in Black
3.5mm jack to jack interconnect cables (1 long, 1 short)
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This E6 is obviously a different kettle of fish from the more costly models. It is made from plastic, measures approx 1.5 inches square and a quarter of an inch in thickness. There are two controls, one for volume up and down and one for tone selection, lock and on/off. Both in and outputs are 3.5mm jacks and finally a mini USB for charging.
Out of the box, charging took approx 2 hours via USB from a laptop but I have since found out that a Iphone mains charger can also be used. There is an indicator light when charging which extinguishes when complete.
In use, a blue LED glows showing it's powered, with a separate colour change LED denoting which tone setting is in use or unlit if tone flat.
I have chosen to use the E6 with a dedicated Fiio ipod dock cable. In this way, the inbuilt ipod amp is completely bypassed. It is clear that if using sensitive headphones this amp is capable of serious volume but without introducing additional hiss. It's quality will be subject to that of the recording/encoding and to the capability of the headphones but for me, it gives additional room to the individual strands of the music although not really extending the soundstage greatly, at least with closed back headphones. Further detail also seems to be available, especially in live recordings...the listener seems to be more aware of the surroundings where the music was performed.
The three tone settings available are reasonably well judged and can again add to the music subject to type and, of course, personal preferences.Read more ›
The FiiO does this excellently. It arrived quickly and neatly packaged: there was of course a small instruction manual which, being manly, I didn't read *shifty glance across the room*; two 3.5mm (standard headphone plug size) wires of different lengths for connecting the amp to your MP3 player; a pair of stylish little clips you could attach to the FiiO if you wanted to clip it to your shirt or something (so far, I haven't used either them; I am also at a complete loss as to why there are two, as it's fairly hard to clip it to two items of clothing at once); and naturally a USB charging cable which is the standard, universal kind (does it have a proper name? You can see the socket on the picture, anyway).
So I charged it up, plugged it in and turned it on, and was extremely impressed (don't over think what I just wrote).Read more ›
I like the design of the Fiio E06; it's clean, simple, there are no unnecessary buttons and the LED indicator in the clip-hole gives a nice effect. I only wish the product would've been made out of metal, like its predecessor (the Fiio E05), but unfortunately they've gone with a shiny plastic that feels a bit flimsy and attracts dust and fingerprints easily. The overall build quality seems fine though.
There are two LED indicators in the device: one inside the clip-hole that lights up blue when the device is turned on and red when the battery is charging. I would've loved to also see a low-battery warning indication, for instance by letting the LED blink or something, but this is not the case, so the Fiio E06 just stops abruptly when running out of juice.
The other LED indicater is located slightly below the clip-hole, on the backside of the Fiio E06 and shows which equalizer setting is currently applied. There are 4 pre-defined equalizer settings:
-Flat (LED off), which amplifies the source signal without effect.
-EQ1 (LED red), which boosts the lower frequencies significantly.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really nice item but it gone dead after about 3 weeks so stay away from itPublished 1 month ago by Ciprian Topor
This is a really excellent in line miniature headphone amplifier, so small one could hardly believe the superb high quality boosting power it produces! Read morePublished 2 months ago by ADRIAN
Annoying problem is that if you fully charge it and dont use it for a week or so the battery will die on you after 5-10 mins when you next use it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Paul Smith