FiiO E5 & E3 headphone amplifiers - boost your iPod's sound

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  1. Shaun-HiFi

    Shaun-HiFi Administrator Staff Member

    Aug 30, 2008
    FiiO E5 & E3 headphone amplifiers - available in UK


    Here at HiFi Headphones we’ve just taken delivery of our first batch of FiiO headphone amplifiers. The brand new FiiO E5 and FiiO E3 are ultra small headphone amplifiers with a price tag that makes them affordable for anyone with an iPod, MP3 player, laptop or mobile phone.

    The FiiO headphone amps promise increased output power (to power hard to drive headphones), added bass response and better clarity of treble notes.

    FiiO E3


    The FiiO E3 headphone amp is the perfect introduction to improving your portable audio setup - look out, it’s a slippery slope! :) At a price point that makes it possible to try without risking to much cash, the E3 has taken the headphone amp World by storm.

    Just connect the FiiO E3 between your portable audio device (iPod, iPhone, laptop, mobile phone, etc) and enjoy the improvement in volume and sound quality.

    FiiO E5


    The next step up from the E3 in the FiiO line-up is the all new FiiO E5. With an exterior casing that has been redesigned to fit more comfortably in the pocket, and internals completely revised to improve noise figures, the FiiO E5 is a force to be reckoned with.

    When compared with higher end headphone amplifiers, such as the iBasso T4 or Graham Slee Voyager, the FiiO E5 does colour the sound to some degree (it definitely warms up the bass response), but with the FiiO E5’s price tag of less than £25 I shouldn’t really be comparing.

    More Information

    For more information on FiiO Headphone Amps, a range of other Headphone Amplifiers & DACs and iPod Line Out Docks (LODs) please visit the HiFi Headphones shop.

    Source: FiiO E5 & E3 headphone amps - boost volume, add bass and improve soundstage | Headphone Reviews & News Blog from HiFi Headphones
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