David Blumestein take a listen to the iFi Nano iDSD Black Label Headphone Amp/DAC costing £199.

“Rarely, if ever, have I classified a piece of gear, in this case a transportable rechargeable battery powered headphone amp/DAC as a no brainer. Sure, the unit has some flaws, nobody’s prefect, but at the price £199 you cannot fault it for what it is able to do in such a small package. I’m well aware of the gravity of that opening statement, but I stand by it…”

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  • David Blumestein take a listen to the iFi Nano iDSD Black Label Headphone Amp/DAC costing £199. Rarely, if ever, have I classified a piece of gear, in this case a transportable rechargeable battery powered headphone amp/DAC as a no brainer. Sure, the unit has some flaws, nobody’s prefect, but at the price £199 you cannot fault it for what it is…

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