Fulla USB Dongle DAC/Amp

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Product Features

Total Convenience Just plug Fulla into virtually any computer's USB port and you'll be enjoying great tunes instantly. No drivers, no fiddly software, no confusing volume buttons-on either Mac or PC. It also works (with some caveats) on Linux, iPhones, iPads, and Android devices. Plug it in, attach your headphones, and turn it up. Done! A Dang Good DAC Like Modi, Fulla uses a CM6631 USB 2.0 receiver and the AK4396 digital to analog converter-not antique 1.1 or an integrated DAC with headphone drivers built in. The AK4396 is one of the best-measuring, most capable digital to analog converters on the planet, used in systems that cost many times the Fulla's price. Plenty of Power for Most Headphones After the DAC, a gain stage using precision thin-film resistors and film capacitors filters and boosts the output, up to 200mW into 32 ohms. This means plenty of power for most headphones, together with a vanishingly low noise floor and low output impedance that make Fulla great for IEM use. Made in USA. No, Really. By "made in USA," we mean made in USA. The vast majority of the total production cost of Fulla-chassis, boards, assembly, etc-goes to US companies manufacturing in the US. The Fulla is not compatible with any of the Apple Ipod models. The Fulla uses the full potential of the USB power supply to provide high output power, your computer or device USB must be able to supply the full 5V required by the USB standard. USB ports that are under voltage may not work with Fulla.

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