SoundMAGIC A10 Portable Headphone Amplifier
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- High fidelity volume boost for high impedance headphones.
- Save battery life of your MP3 player.
- Lightweight portable design for music on the go.
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Discover true high-fidelity sound with outstanding clarity in a small but mighty package with SoundMAGIC's A10 headphone amplifier. Share your music without reduction in sound quality, increase the volume of high impedance headphones, reduce battery drain from your MP3 player with clean, accurate sound amplification and give an optional XB bass boost.
Designed for high impedance and low sensitivity headphones the A10 from SoundMAGIC delivers on every account - no matter what you throw at it. The small size and weight make the A10 the ideal sonic partner for your portable audio setup. Your headphones will be protected from damage thanks to the clever circuit safeguard. Charging is a doddle with the mini USB charging port, with the internal battery getting it's power straight from your PC or laptop.
Straight forward performance enhancement for your headphones - SoundMAGIC A10.
True High-Fidelity - Precise acoustic positioning and a powerful bass response for an enhanced audio experience.
No Compromise - Share your music without reduction in sound quality for high impedance and low sensitivity headphones. A headphone splitter cable is included in the package.
Save Battery Life - As the headphones pull the power from the amplifier, battery drainage of your audio source is reduced.
Portable Design - With a lightweight and compact size the SoundMAGIC A10 is the perfect travelling partner.
Easy Charge - The internal battery is charged via mini USB from PC or laptop - no need to carry separate batteries with you.
Complete Package - Included in the package of the A10 are all the necessary cables to connect to portable audio players and for connecting a second pair of headphones. Also comes with a handy travel pouch.See all Product description
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-The volume knob isn't well placed and thus means sometimes you can accidentally bump up the volume
-The sound signature you'll get will be warm. I quite liked the warm signature I got from the amp, but I know some might dislike that.
Other than those two points, excellent amp to get.
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I have a couple pairs of Shure in-ear buds, a set of Grado SR80's as well as Sennheiser ear buds and a pair of Hd280 cans. I started my examination with my 11 yr old daughter and her apple earbuds and asked if she noticed a difference. she immediately tried to steal it. I tried the grado's, direct in the ipod and then thru the amp. Amazing! This isnt just a slight difference with fancy "SteroPhile" words, it's night and day. Like going from a flat boring alarm clock radio sound to real spacious separation and layers of instruments comparable to the actual CD playing thru my home system. Wow? Listen to Dave Matthews perform Eh-hee and you'll see what the crazy people mean about voices in your head. Your Music will sound alive again. I went from using my classic ipod as a 700 cd music box for my truck to having it and my Grado's nearby looking for an opportunity to listen to this fine little amp.
This amp also exposes weaknesses of improperly balanced buds. My sennheiser earbuds which I use when cutting the lawn on my tractor used to sound good with the volume up all the way. Now they just have too much bass (and I'm only at about 1/3 on the volume dial). I prefer the Senn's over the Shures because they're easier to put in your ear but the Sound Magic makes them near muddy. I dont use the Xbass switch, its unnecessary to me but thats obviously my opinion it does boost the bass, I just havent found a need for it.
Back to the amp, It measures 2 3/4" x 2" x 1/2" thk. It holds a charge well. The first day I got it though, I left everything plugged in and the battery was dead the next day. I wish it had a switch in the volume wheel to turn it off. In it well outlasts my ipod touch. I typically put it on the charger so I know where it is. I've read that some people are concerned with the vol wheel, thinking that it may go up by accident in your pocket. I dont see that. There is a nice resistance in the wheel to avoid this. The line out connector is the only real issue for me. If you rubber band the amp to your ipod as I do, you can put the wire in a kink that stresses the connector which in my case dropped a channel. I'm trying to be more careful with it but I'm concerned with its lifespan.
In closing I'll say that I do recommend this amp. I never did get a chance to compare it to the Fiio but from what I'm hearing I dont think I need to. If your looking for an amp to add some dynamics to your ipod and dont like the look of the fiio's get this, you'll be very happy.
Is better than Fiio but with cheaper price. You wont disapointed. ha ha ha ha ha ha ha