Founded in Shenzhen, China, iBasso has been producing DAP, DACs, and IEMs for more than ten years now. And over time, they’ve become one of the most acclaimed brands for those seeking budget-friendly, but high-performance gear.
And if the DX160 stole the show, with great sound performances and snappy UI, all for a (relatively) low price, they’ve also released great IEMs like the iBasso IT04, and an excellent set of USB-key-sized DAC with the DC01 and DC02.
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