Questyle M15 Portable Dongle DAC/Headphone Amplifier with Type C and Lightning
Meet the all-new Questyle M15, a premium USB DAC/AMP from the house of Questyle. M15 features class-leading performance with flagship-grade ES9281AC DAC chipset and Questyle's patented CMA(current mode amplification) circuitry that helps it to achieve class-leading performance!!
Outstanding Performance With Flagship Sabre DAC:-
Questyle M15 is equipped with a flagship ES9281AC DAC chip from ESS Sabre Technologies. It's a 32-bit flagship DAC chip that delivers excellent performance while decoding high-resolution audio signals. M15 will accompany you and provide best-in-class audio performance with a clean background and ultra-low distortion in the output signal!!
Patented Current Mode Amplification Circuit:-
Questyle has a patented Current Mode Amplification Circuit that they implement in most of their high-end HiFi devices. The latest M15 USB DAC/AMP is designed with two CMA SiP modules with a total of four amplification engineers. The CMA(Current Mode Amplifier) here produces a powerful output thrust making the compact M15 a powerful beast. It can easily power most headphones in the market with ease.
High-Resolution PCM, DSD, and MQA Signal Support:-
Questyle M15 is a compact yet powerful device that is capable of delivering a true high-resolution experience to its users. M15 here supports all crisp decoding for high-resolution 32-Bit/384kHz PCM, DSD256 natively decoding. It also supports MQA Streams promising a master-quality studio-level experience for the users.
Two-Level Gain Mode & Dual Headphone Outputs:-
Questyle M15 supports a two-level gain mode, low and high-gain. With the low-gain mode, we can use our low-power requiring headphones and IEMs. High-gain mode is suitable for Power requiring headphones. The M15 here is designed with dual headphone output ports housing 3.5mm single-ended and 4.4mm balanced headphone ports.
CNC Machined Aluminum Body With LED Indicators:-
Questyle has designed the M15 with a CNC machined aluminum chassis and a transparent front window. Through the transparent window, we can see the entire circuitry inside the M15 and two LED indicators. One light tells us about the active file bitrate while the other indicates the active gain level.