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Woo Audio WA7 Fireflies Headphone Amplifier and DAC

Editor's Rating
4.8/5?

Improve the quality of any audio with the Woo Audio WA7 Fireflies Headphone Amplifier and DAC. This device combines a high-performance vacuum tube headphone amp with an integrated USB Digital-to-Analog converter. With its pure tube design, Fireflies utilize 6C45 tubes in a single-ended topology. Likewise, it features transformer couple outputs. Additionally, it doesn’t use any semiconductors in its whole amplification path. Designed with 24-bit/384k sampling rate capabilities, the D/A converter provides pure data integrity. The data is transmitted through high-speed USB 2.0 interface, running in asynchronous mode. Fireflies come with an entirely aluminum chassis without visible screws and two Nickel Alloy core output transformers. Moreover, the dedicated in-ear monitors port carries an entire range of volume controls to ensure minimal noise. Fireflies also work as a standalone D-A converter, making it suitable for different system setup requirements.

Overview & Specs
Editor's Rating:
4.8
Output Wattage :
1 Watt
Dimensions :
4.8 x 4.8 x 5.1 Inches
Weight :
25 Pounds
Color :
Black, Silver
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