xDuoo Launches XP-2Bal Portable Bluetooth DAC & Headphone Amplifier
Are you looking for a portable Bluetooth DAC and Headphone Amplifier that supports all leading high-definition Bluetooth codecs?? xDuoo has just dropped its latest device in the same category, introducing the all-new xDuoo XP-2 Bal. It’s actually a balanced variant for their well-known XP-2 Bluetooth DAC/AMP. XP-2 Bal has got a balanced interface in the form of a 4.4mm balanced output. It features a high-performance Sabre DAC Chipset, a Powerful Amplification circuit based on OP+BUF chips, and offers unmatched Bluetooth connectivity with Qualcomm’s Bluetooth chipset. xDuoo has priced the XP-2 Bal for 169$. It is available worldwide now.
XP-2 Bal houses Qualcomm’s highly-acclaimed CSR8675 Bluetooth chipset. It enables Bluetooth V5.0 connectivity with a stable, lag-free connection on the device. XP-2 Bal supports all advanced high-definition codecs including LDAC, AptX HD, AptX LL, AAC, and SBC. LDAC transmission allows for high-definition signal transmission with a bitrate as high as 24-Bit/96kHz. Another key feature of the XP-2 Bal is the NFC connectivity, it allows the users to pair it with NFC-enabled devices with a single tap.
xDuoo XP-2 Bal houses ES9018K2M DAC chipset. It’s a high-performance 32-Bit DAC chipset from ESS Sabre Technologies. It enables high-resolution audio signal decoding with the XP-2 Bal. xDuoo has also featured XMOS’s 2nd gen XMOS XU208 USB Processor. XP-2 Bal supports decoding for all leading audio formats. It supports up to 32-Bit/384kHz PCM and native DSD256 audio signals. Users can use the XP-2 Bal as a high-res USB DAC with smartphones and PC/Laptops.
xDuoo has equipped the XP-2 Bal with a precisely designed OP+BUF chipset-based headphone amplifier circuit. It houses a 4.4mm balanced and a standard 3.5mm headphone jack with an output power of up to 320mW @ 32Ω of impedance load. With the SE output, it has a power rating of up to 180mW @ 32Ω load. xDuoo XP-2 Bal allows you to take your phone calls with its built-in microphone. It supports crisp voice pickup with the help of Qualcomm’s cVc 8.0 noise reduction technology built into its microphone. For the asking price of 169$, XP-2 Bal has a lot of features and high-quality audio chips. We hope it sounds as good as it’s equipped.