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Product Specifications
Body Material
Zinc Alloy
Output
3.5 mm Headphone
Input
USB Type-C
Weight
25 g
Body Color
Titan
Astell&Kern USB-C Dual DAC Cable will elevate the audio experience on your phone

Astell&Kern USB-C Dual DAC Cable will elevate the audio experience on your phone

The problem with new phones: they lack a headphone jack, so you can’t plug in your earphones and listen to music or videos in peace. And, if you don’t own a pair of wireless headphones, there’s little you can do. Fortunately, the Astell&Kern USB-C Dual DAC Cable is the solution. It lets you experience high-resolution audio from your computer or phone. In fact, it features a USB-connection that you can find on the latest Android smartphones, Windows gadgets, and Mac devices. From looking at its compact size, you might be wondering how it can sufficiently drive high impedance headphones with a 2 Vrms output level. The Astell&Kern USB-C Dual DAC Cable uses micro resistors and tantalum capacitors. Combined, these materials provide a stable operation and high-quality audio performance. Finally, its 4-core cable improves durability while preventing disconnection issues.

Astell&Kern USB-C Dual DAC Cable will elevate the audio experience on your phone
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Discovered on Mar 25, 2021, 2:59 am EDT
Discovered by Amy Poole
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Using your old wired headphones on phones without headphone jacks just got easier.