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CAYIN

N8

A portable music player in the absolute top class. It simply doesn’t get any better, and that’s on every parameter. With the N8, nothing has been compromised and you’ll experience that the moment you press play. The sound quality is in no way comparable to a traditional smartphone or for that matter previous mainstream music players such as an iPod. In terms of quality, the N8 is equivalent to a high-end CD player. It can easily be used as a player at home, as a replacement for the CD player and even better, you can take it on the road.

FEATURES:

  • Choose between tube or solid state amplification on the 3.5mm output
  • Dual Output Mode: High Impedance High Output Mode (HIGH2) delivering 200mWpc@300Ω (balanced)
  • Outstanding digital audio capability with dual AK4497EQ. PCM up to 32bit/384kHz and DSD up to DSD256
  • Support for 4.4mm balanced and 3.5mm single-ended headphone output
  • Comprehensive digital interface: audio output: I2S, USB Audio and S/PDIF coaxial. Use N8 as high-end USB DAC
  • 128GB internal memory. Expandable with SD card up to 512GB (tested)
  • USB3.0 high speed data transmission
  • Huge 7000mAH battery with QC2.0 quick charging

4.289,87

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Cayin – N8

Technical Specifications

D/A converter

2 x AK4497EQ

Low-pass filter

2 x MUSES02

Tubes

KORG Nutube 6P1

Amplification

4 x OPX1622 (parallel for 2-channel)

Battery

3.7v 7.000mAh (quick charge 2.0)

Screen

3.2" IPS (480×360)

Measurements

128mm x 70mm x 21mm

Weight

385g

Reviews

The first is the dynamic range performance. I find the N8 to have a bit more clarity and impact in the solid-state mode with better low-end body/texture and a more open sounding midrange.

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Headfonics

Overall, Cayin have defined a pleasantly harmonic signature with emphasis on macro-dynamics, emotive warmth, detail and layering.

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AudioSolace

The mids are detailed, well layered and have that smooth, musical delivery. It’s maybe my favorite part of the N8, though the bass section isn’t far behind

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Headfonia