Following the success of KA3 and KA1 Portable USB DAC/AMPs, FiiO has released an ultra-compact and versatile USB DAC/AMP, the FiiO KA2. Equipped with dual CS43131 DAC chips, the KA2 packs a powerful performance in a compact form factor. It features a fully-balanced architecture with 4.4mm headphone output. The portable DAC has a full metallic build with an interesting multi-colour RGB ring light at the front. KA2 fully integrates with your smartphones using the FiiO Control Application.
Get True Hi-Res Audio Decoding Performance With Premium Dual DAC Architecture
FiiO KA2 brings a true high-resolution audio signal decoding performance with a high-performance Dual DAC architecture. FiiO has equipped the KA2 with two CS43131 DAC chips from Cirrus Logics that provides ultimate performance by achieving ultra-low THD+N and high SNR ratings ensuring an impressive performance.
Fully Balanced 4.4mm Headphone Output
FiiO KA2 might have a compact form factor, but it packs some serious punch with a fully balanced 4.4mm headphone connection. It provides a whopping 153mW of clean output power with a clean, noise-free background. FiiO KA2 ensures you get a powerful performance with a pitch dark background in the output signal. It can drive most IEMs and some low-power requiring headphones with ease.
Five Different Digital Filters
Adjust the output to your liking with five pre-built digital filters on the KA2. You have to use the FiiO Control application on your smartphone to change the digital filters.
Full Integration With FiiO Control Application
KA2 gets full integration with the FiiO Control application on your smartphones. You can adjust various settings such as gain level, digital filters, and more via the application. It will also allow the users to upgrade the firmware on their KA2 on the go.
Exquisite Build With Multi-Colour RGB Indicator
FiiO KA2 gets an exquisite all-metal housing with a design that is identical to the KA1 and KA3 USB DAC/AMPs. It houses a multi-colour RGB indicator ring light on the front that glows into different colours depending on the active file bitrate.