Enjoy the perfect amplification wherever you go with the xDuoo MT604. This tiny amplifier features a hybrid tube and transistors for class-A buffer circuits for a powerful yet musical experience. The balanced inputs and durable build make it the best Amp for audio on the go.
2 Circuits, 1 High-End Amplifier
The xDuoo MT604 is equipped with four 6J1 tubes in the front for a warm, musical sound. The transistors for class-A buffer in the rear, offer a power output of up to 1300mW that can drive all kinds of headphones, even power-hungry ones. Together, both circuits are instrumental in giving you a rich audio experience.
Special Capacitors for a Special Sound
A special enthusiast Japanese RUBYCON capacitance is used as the coupling capacitance for sweet and transparent audio quality. A special enthusiast Japanese Nichicon capacitance, on the other hand, acts as the main filter capacitance for a warm and smooth sound. To avoid POP noise when the Amp is switched on, the MT604 has an in-built relay for the mute circuit.
A Balance You Can Adjust
Enjoy balanced sound with the high-quality XLR and 4.4mm balanced interfaces. These inputs are perfect for all kinds of headphones. To avoid interference, the volume of the right and left channels can be separately adjusted.
Minimalist Design that Offers a Big Performance
You can take your xDuoo MT604 along wherever you go thanks to its palm-sized dimensions. The sand-blasted textured panel and durable aluminium alloy shell effectively resist external interference while ensuring that the tubes always give their best performance.
Warm engaging sound that you would love for hours..
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The xDuoo MT-604 is a good budget option for those who want to get the experience of tube sound albeit the tubes being used for pre-amp in this model. But this is definitely one of the best budget options considering balanced design, great build quality. One of the challenges is that if one does have a source with 4.4mm line out or existing DAC with XLR outs then it requires additional investment to get a source with balanced out. I got a Topping D10 balanced DAC and a TRS to XLR cable. For me, the dual volume controls are fine.
Excellent cheap hybrid amp...we dont get these products too often...grab them soon. I bought through other site for little less...see certificate.
Just need to change power card connector cable to Indian 3 pin with earth connector otherwise will hear some hiss depending on electrical wiring. I use it with tempotec e44 dongle through 4.4 headgear audio cable. Excellent sound.
Has enough power to drive even he5se!
Pairs well with DD headphones
It takes time to get used to dual volume knobs
U will have to buy a separate dual xlr input cable
Bought it to use with my HD650. I should say it's a great combination and flexes well. Few things to keep in mind: 1. The cable that is provided with the unit from xDuoo doesn't have an earth terminal 2. There is a considerable hum from the device like all the tube amplifiers but it gets worse if your AC ground is not proper and if there is a ground loop. Replacing the cable with the one that has an earth terminal sorted my AC noise issues. I am yet to buy a HUM eliminator to get rid of the ground loop.
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The shell is big bit somehow very comfortable fo extended use. The sound signature is about what I expected soo no complaints there. The only thing is I'm not a big fan of l connectors but that's a minor gripe.
This is my first IEM and my mind is blown by the audio quality of it and also the premium feel and built quality of the IEM which is made by Zr ceramic. It not only looks and feels good but also the clarity, passive noise cancellation, and comfort are good. Definitely a 10/10 and would suggest the people to buy it. The gift packaging it came into was also very thoughtful from the side of 'The audio store' people and was impressed by it.
Great experience with this earphone, thanks the audio store. Thank you for your quick response to a small problem.
Excellent layering delivered with kinetic bass on a wide sound stage. 👌.
This is strictly for metal and rock heads...the force and speed of attack is phenomenal on these...this is coming from a guy who has S12 , EA 500 & Sundara which are well known for speed and resolution themselves... suprisingly the treble is not harsh at all and sibilance is completely absent (major pain point of S12)..never expected such a sound signature from a non planar set but that's the magic of this hobby ..you get sleeper hits like SR 5 from time to time 😀...Soundstage and separation is adequate..not out of head...you will not get time to focus on all that anyway as the cohesive and authoritative sound will take your breath away before that 😜
Thanks Pritam Ji for bringing this to India and listening patiently to your customer's requirement and suggesting suitably.
Note : the photos in the website are of the old packaging...it has improved much now and Sound Rhyme provides a metal and a leather case along with foam tips now..check the pics of the package i received. I swapped out the stock 3.5 cable with a balanced fiio 4.4 one ..but the stock cable seems to be of high quality as well.
A good connector for 2.5mm to 4.4 mm jack . I prefered it due to expensive cable I have purchased for 2.5 mm connection which is useless in 4.4 output now I can use it once again.
The Krila is an excellent IEM. The sound has a mild v-shaped tuning which renders a solid punch to the bass and sparkle to the highs. The bass is tight and goes very deep but is not overwhelming. I find it to have a slight mid bass bleed but not to the extent of drowning the mids. Vocals sound quite lively but is slightly recessed owing to its v-shaped tuning. To my ears, the treble is sparkly with lovely instrument separation. It also gives a good sense of air and space. The soundstage may not be as wide or deep as other more expensive iems but is very much acceptable and even better than some others at this price point. The lower treble has a slight peak which may sound a bit piercing at high volumes, but is otherwise very detailed. The result is a fairly balanced signature with a slight emphasis at the frequency extremes and sounds very lively and enjoyable. Add to this the stellar build quality with beautifully crafted metal shells and I feel we really have a winner here for less than 2k. I am now tempted to collect almost all the other KZs :) The memory foam ear tips included in the package are excellent too. A better quality cable with chin clip and a carrying pouch would have been great.
This was suggested to me for my preference, i was very sceptical to see how it would actually be, the moment i put it on it was very special and a bliss, extremely comfortable, extremely non fatiguing, you can wear it for 8-10 hours straight and forget you are wearing it,
also has bass for bassy songs, clear mids and vocals, amazing treble, i dont think there can be a better IEM as this has no downsides!
Strangely, it works for music play but does not work for call audio. Not satisfied with the product.
7HZ 71 Portable USB DAC is good one for music lovers. With a good pair of iems you can feel the difference.
Sound is good delivery is good earphone new condition thanks audio store
For the cost the cable looks good quality.... had problems with the one who came with the dac. Extremely easily and without a hint of fractures rotting in any direction. The connectors sit tightly.
It came quite fast.
For context, I own the Fiio FH3, Truthear Zero, Simgot EW200 and now this. All the above had slightly offensive upper mids. While I actually like that to an extent, it sometimes got too much that I had to reduce the volume whenever I listened at high volumes. The EM6L while warm at lower volumes, it starts getting brighter at higher volumes, but mind you it's just the right amount of it imo. And it's less offensive than the rest.
While the Fiio FH3 has a much better build and a better punch to it, the EM6L has better technicalities. The Soundstage between the two are similar when connected with a 4.4mm output, the EM6L has better layering and depth perception that it helps if you are gaming.
I primarily game, and am a casual music listener, and in that aspect, I'd rate these above all the other IEMs I mentioned. But the Fiio FH3s come close, and may not be a bad option with its better build and punch. If you're into Hip Hop, the FH3s would be better, but the EM6L is a better all rounder.
Construction is solid, Connectivity is easy, easy to operate, there is no audio delay, it gives output to all the ports so if you have two set of speakers you can run them parallely. The only con of this device is it decodes only upto PCM 16Bit/48kHz over USB.