JVC Kenwood - Portable Hi-Res headphone amplifier

JVC Kenwood is going to release a portable Hi-Res headphone amplifier "SU-AX7" in late May. The price will be around ¥55,000.

SU-AX7 is compliant with Hi-Res audio (192kHz/24bit Linear PCM) playback. It also applies new K2 Technology that makes the sound quality higher than Hi-Res audio to bring it closer to the quality of the master audio source.

In terms of input terminals, there is a USB A and USB micro B in the front, and there is an optical digital input and stereo mini analog input.

  • Size: 75.2×25×140.2mm
  • Weight: 280g
  • Maximim output: 140mW+140mW
  • Frequency response: 10Hz~100kHz
  • Charge time: 7 hours by USB port, 5 hours using AC adapter
  • Battery life: 12.5 hours (analog), 5 hours (digital)

 

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