Geek Out IEM 100 USB DAC and Headphone Amplifier

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Manufacturer Details

Geek Out IEM 100 is an on-the-go, high-res DAC (digital-to-analog converter) and headset amp that plugs into your computer's USB port and is tunes specifically for in-ear screens. It deciphers and amplifies your digital audio so your rad headphones can truly sing. High performance isn't really simply for audiophiles any longer. Know what it's not? Gibberish. Nor is it hocus pocus. Geek speaks audiophilese so you do not have to. It's simply the best sounding awesomifier you'll ever own. "Guy, that thing was so airy, tight, and downright interesting to listen to. I do not think I have actually heard a USB dongle-type head-amp/DAC with the overall authority and SLAM of the Light Harmonic GEEK yet. That's why all I can state is WoW !!" Michael Mercer Reviewer, Audio360.org "The very best equipment for paying attention to high resolution audio." Michael Hsu The Wall Street Journal "What is Geek? In this case it's an ingenious USB DAC (digital to audio converter) that uses the power from your computer to drive even the beefiest headphones and provide you true Hi-Fi audio. It truly defies description simply how good audio sounded through this system. Basically, it made me weep with joy. I'm not kidding." Zuke Arakaki Stolendroids

Product Features

Specifically designed for use with sensitive in-ear monitors. The first and only 32-bit / 384kHz + DSD 128 portable USB Digital-to-Analog Converter. Features an audiophile grade Digital-to-Analog converter that connects directly to your headphones f Powerful pure Class A amplifier (100mW max power output) capable of driving power to the most sensit 3D "Awesomifier" for a wider, more lifelike listening experience.

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