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FIIO X3 with Beats Headphones £150

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Hi Def music player and Dac with Beats Solo Headphones, Fiio X3 hi def music player, , 192khz 24 bit playback freq response 10-20,000hz, 103db dynamic range,  audio formats include, AAC, APE , FLAC , MP3 , MPEG 2, OGG, WAV, WMA.

The unit will playback for 11 hours on one charge, has 8GB of internal memory it also has a 32gb micro sd card included, it can take up to 128GB cards, screen is 2.4 inches, outputs are usb 2, line out hi or lo switchable, digital out coaxial, headphone out.

built in equalizer also you can select hi or lo output via any of the outputs, volume is crazy loud on this player , Headphones are the Beats solo headphones and sound fantastic,  the sound quality on this thing is incredible, the unit can be used as an external hi quality  DAC for the likes of a macbook pro . Just hook up to line out or digital out and you have a high quality audio system to connect to your hi fi at home. or the dac can be used via headphone output also.   both together for the bargain of £150 that includes postage 

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The Fiio X3 is an incredibly capable HiFi source, headphone amp and PMP. 

It's crazy good at full retail price, second-hand it's a stone cold bargain.

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