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N6ii

Cayin’s new DAP is unique in its category with its Android-based software and the flexibility of being able to replace the sound backplane. There are 4 different audio backplanes to choose from, so there’s plenty of opportunity to get the N6ii configured exactly to the sound signature that suits you best.

As we know from our smartphones, the software works in exactly the same way. With Android-based software, you have access to a whole world of apps (streaming services in particular will probably be really popular in this case).

Regardless of your choice of sound card, you’ll get sound quality that rivals a really good CD player. Choose the right model via the dropdown menu before dropping it in your basket.

FEATURES:

  • Upgrade future audio motherboard to a newer version
  • Lightning fast Snapdragon CPU with 4GB RAM
  • 64GB internal memory. Resort with any SDXC card (512GB is tested)
  • Direct Transport Audio (DTA) bypassing Android SRC
  • Android-based software (8.1 Oreo). Google Play pre-installed with support of popular services like Tidal & Spotify
  • Remotely control the device from your phone via HiByLink. Use the N6ii as a sublime player for your system
  • Extensive digital output options: I2S (mini HDMI), USB Audio, and S/PDIF
  • Dual Band WiFi, Bluetooth 4.2 with Hi-Res Codec (aptX and LDAC) up to 96kHz

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Cayin – N6ii

Technical Specifications

CPU

Snapdragon 425

Memory

4GB DDR3

Storage

64GB, TF card (512GB is tested)

Wi-Fi

IEEE802.11 a/b/g/n
2.4GHz/5GHz, OTA support

Screen

4.2" 768×1280 IPS – Multi-touch display

Battery

3.7v 5.900mAH

Charge

QuickCharge 3.0 (approx. 4.5 hours)

Measurements

121mm x 70mm x 21mm (excluding volume button)

Reviews

Instead of going for ‘reference’, neutral and something perhaps a little “po-faced” in a determination to win the hearts and minds of the discerning audiophile, Cayin has instead opted for a warmer, full-bodied yet refined performance that will appeal to a fairly broad audience.

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Headfonics

The E02 sounds powerful, energetic and lively, but it also has a slightly smooth delivery in the mids and treble, resulting in a high level musical sound with lovely extension

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Headfonia

What it really excels in doing is sound good regardless of module chosen, especially the two discrete E-modules. You know you’re getting about as good as you can get, sonically, from a portable player, without getting into the ultra-expensive top-of-the-line models.

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