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FiiO X3 II Digital Audio Player - Titanium

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FiiO X3 II Digital Audio Player - Titanium

  • All new digital audio architecture with better build quality

  • Uses Cirrus Logic CS4398 DAC with Native DSD support

  • Dual Crystal Oscillators for reduced jitters

  • Audiophile-grade architecture and components

  • 2-inch 320 X 420 pixels TFT screen

  • Supports up to 128Gb Micro-SDXC cards

  • Multiple outputs such as 3.5mm headphone out, Line-out as well as digital Coaxial Out

  • Further improved 24bit/192K asynchronous USB DAC+ function for use with PC and Mac computers

  • Supporting CTIA standard inline remotes on earphones (Apple, Samsung etc.)

  • Supports APE, FLAC, WAV, WMA, ALAC, DSF, DFF, MP3, aac, ogg vorbis

  • All new power management allows 11+ hours of battery life

  • All new UI (User Interface) design with 10 band equaliser and Deep Sleep mode

  • 120 volume steps with adjustable gain

S$299.00

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Package Contents
  • FiiO X3 II (2nd gen / X3K) FLAC lossless audio player
  • Silicone protection skin
  • Screen protectors (1 set applied at factory)
  • Customisation stickers
  • USB cable
  • Coax digital patch cable
  • Quick start guide
  • User manual
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Colour Grey
Warranty 1 year (local)
Product Weight (g) 135
Country of Manufacture China
Product Type Digital Audio Player
Style/Type Portable
Features DSD, Expandable Memory, Line-out
Storage Capacity up to 128GB
Sampling / Bitrate 192 kHz/24 bit and DSD
Frequency Response (Hz) 20 Hz~20 kHz
Impedance (Ω) <0.2 Ω(32Ω)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) ≥114 dB (A-weight)
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) <0.001% (1 kHz)
Output Power >200 mW (32 Ω/THD+N<1%)
Battery Life (hrs) >11 h (32Ω; normal volume with display off)
Input Connectivity micro-USB
Output Connectivity 3.5mm stereo, Coaxial
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