New Flagship

Audioquest: Dragonfly Cobalt

After Dragonfly "Black" and "Red", Audioquest now adds the DAC-Stick "Cobalt" (300 Euro).

The new top model is equipped with the ES9038Q2M converter chip and a particularly power-saving and even faster micro-controller than the "Red". In addition, the supply voltage should be better protected against interference from WLAN, Bluetooth or mobile radio. The "Cobalt" is even 5 millimeters shorter than the "Red". With its 2.1 Volt output voltage, it can power most headphones directly. The volume is set lossless on the digital level. Like the other two models, the DAC can handle resolutions up to 24 bit / 96 kHz and acts as an MQA renderer. The stick can be operated directly on computers with a USB-A port - an adapter for USB-A is included for smartphones or laptops with a USB-C socket. Apple devices with a Lightning port must be connected via Apple's "Lightning to USB Camera Adapter".


Latest News

The new iFi LAN iSilencer

Sound Enhancement for Streaming: iFi LAN iSilencer

The new LAN iSilencer from iFi is supposed to clean and optimize… Read more

New loudspeakers Piega Premium Wireless Gen 2

Piega Premium Wireless Speakers Now In Gen 2

The three wireless active speakers of Piega's "Premium Wireless"… Read more

New music server Melco N1-S38

Melco With New Music Server Flagship "N1-S38"

With many new designs and technologies, the new Melco N1-S38… Read more

The new Klipsch subwoofer RP-1200SW

Four New Klipsch Reference Premiere Subwoofers

Klipsch presents the new Reference Premiere subwoofers, which are… Read more

The new integrated amplifier Moon 250i V2

Update for Moon Amplifier: New 250i V2

The new V2 version of the Moon 250i integrated amplifier is said… Read more

New speakers Wharfedale Dovedale

Dovedale: New Flagship for Wharfedale Heritage Series

The retro speaker series "Heritage" from British manufacturer… Read more

Top-Articles from the archive

STEREO Magazine Newsletter

Subscribe to our newsletter and don't miss a new issue anymore!

Register now