AudioQuest DragonFly Red review

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When the original DragonFly flew into our testing rooms back in 2012, it was a breath of fresh air. A DAC and headphone amp disguised as a USB stick – and with great sound to boot? It was some serious innovation, and became the de facto quick and easy way to give a laptop a sonic upgrade, especially after the refinements and price drop of the v1.2 model.

Here in 2016, however, the landscape is markedly different – and rising above the DACtastic tide is far harder.

AudioQuest’s approach? A two-pronged assault. On the one side there’s the DragonFly Black, an upgrade on the outgoing v1.2 that costs just £90/$135. On the other side is our test subject today, the DragonFly Red.

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