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Android Bundle AudioQuest DragonFly Black v1.5 USB DAC Headphone Amp and Micro OTG USB 2.0, 5in
Android Bundle AudioQuest DragonFly Black v1.5 USB DAC Headphone Amp and Micro OTG USB 2.0, 5in
Android Bundle AudioQuest DragonFly Black v1.5 USB DAC Headphone Amp and Micro OTG USB 2.0, 5in

Android Bundle AudioQuest DragonFly Black v1.5 USB DAC Headphone Amp and Micro OTG USB 2.0, 5in

Android Bundle AudioQuest DragonFly Black v1.5 USB DAC Headphone Amp and Micro OTG USB 2.0, 5in
Android Bundle AudioQuest DragonFly Black v1.5 USB DAC Headphone Amp and Micro OTG USB 2.0, 5in
Android Bundle AudioQuest DragonFly Black v1.5 USB DAC Headphone Amp and Micro OTG USB 2.0, 5in
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Features

  • ANDROID Bundle includes one Micro OTG USB 2.0, 5in cable and the DragonFly Red. (DragonFly Red is compatable on Apple devices with an Apple Camera Adapter that is not in this bundle)
  • The new DragonFly Black 1.5 is software upgradeable through complimentary Windows and OS X desktop applications. As new developments arise in music player applications, streaming protocols, or other associated software, DragonFly users will be able to incorporate those updates into their existing devices.
  • DragonFly Black outputs 1.2 volts-enough power to capably drive all preamplifier input circuits and all reasonably efficient headphones.
  • The new DragonFly Black 1.5 also incorporates improved 32-bit ESS Sabre DAC chips-the 9010-which employs minimum-phase filtering for naturally detailed, more authentic sound.
  • Asynchronous transfer ensures digital timing integrity.Fixed output feeds preamp or AV receiver

Description

This Adroid bundle includes one Micro OTG USB 2.0, 5in and AudioQuest DragonFly Black v1.5 USB Digital-to-Analog Converter


Package Dimensions 8.9 x 6.7 x 1.6 inches


Item Weight 6.4 ounces


ASIN B01F7L3I14


Item model number 4330149664


Customer Reviews 3.7 out of 5 stars 28 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #166 in Headphone Amps


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available May 5, 2016


Manufacturer AudioQuest


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Features

  • ANDROID Bundle includes one Micro OTG USB 2.0, 5in cable and the DragonFly Red. (DragonFly Red is compatable on Apple devices with an Apple Camera Adapter that is not in this bundle)
  • The new DragonFly Black 1.5 is software upgradeable through complimentary Windows and OS X desktop applications. As new developments arise in music player applications, streaming protocols, or other associated software, DragonFly users will be able to incorporate those updates into their existing devices.
  • DragonFly Black outputs 1.2 volts-enough power to capably drive all preamplifier input circuits and all reasonably efficient headphones.
  • The new DragonFly Black 1.5 also incorporates improved 32-bit ESS Sabre DAC chips-the 9010-which employs minimum-phase filtering for naturally detailed, more authentic sound.
  • Asynchronous transfer ensures digital timing integrity.Fixed output feeds preamp or AV receiver

Description

This Adroid bundle includes one Micro OTG USB 2.0, 5in and AudioQuest DragonFly Black v1.5 USB Digital-to-Analog Converter


Package Dimensions 8.9 x 6.7 x 1.6 inches


Item Weight 6.4 ounces


ASIN B01F7L3I14


Item model number 4330149664


Customer Reviews 3.7 out of 5 stars 28 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #166 in Headphone Amps


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available May 5, 2016


Manufacturer AudioQuest


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • ANDROID Bundle includes one Micro OTG USB 2.0, 5in cable and the DragonFly Red. (DragonFly Red is compatable on Apple devices with an Apple Camera Adapter that is not in this bundle)
  • The new DragonFly Black 1.5 is software upgradeable through complimentary Windows and OS X desktop applications. As new developments arise in music player applications, streaming protocols, or other associated software, DragonFly users will be able to incorporate those updates into their existing devices.
  • DragonFly Black outputs 1.2 volts-enough power to capably drive all preamplifier input circuits and all reasonably efficient headphones.
  • The new DragonFly Black 1.5 also incorporates improved 32-bit ESS Sabre DAC chips-the 9010-which employs minimum-phase filtering for naturally detailed, more authentic sound.
  • Asynchronous transfer ensures digital timing integrity.Fixed output feeds preamp or AV receiver

Description

This Adroid bundle includes one Micro OTG USB 2.0, 5in and AudioQuest DragonFly Black v1.5 USB Digital-to-Analog Converter


Package Dimensions 8.9 x 6.7 x 1.6 inches


Item Weight 6.4 ounces


ASIN B01F7L3I14


Item model number 4330149664


Customer Reviews 3.7 out of 5 stars 28 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #166 in Headphone Amps


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available May 5, 2016


Manufacturer AudioQuest


abunda_amazon_reviews So I went ahead and got the bundle so I could get the cable to use with my Android Phone, and to be honest I don't use the cable that much, but so far it works just fine on my Moto G5 Plus with no weird drivers or apps or anything I need to install. I see a lot of people are having problems w/ their cable but mine's been great so far. As for the Dragonfly Black itself - it's awesome. Maybe all my computers have got really crappy sound boards, but there absolutely IS a night and day difference between using this thing and not using this thing. You don't have to be an audiophile to notice an immediate improvement. So far I've used this on 2 windows laptops (a gaming laptop and a tablet/netbook hybrid), 2 home PC's (Windows 7 and Windows 10), and 2 work computers (both LINUX). There's nothing really to install, it's basically plug and play and the OS takes care of everything for you. Sound is instantly clearer and less muddled- it's not just a "volume" thing, even though I will have to admit this thing will make your volume LOUD. As in, I have to keep it on literally level 1 or 2 out of a 100 on my laptop or it's way too loud. I could see someone accidentally blowing their ears out using this thing, it's that loud. So for around $100, yes it's a bit pricey. But i like that it's small and portable and I can bring audiophile-grade sound around with me to the office and back and even use it with my portable device. I haven't heard the Dragonfly Red yet - I've heard some people say it's a noticeable improvement over this, I've heard some people say you can barely tell the difference - I'm not about to drop $200 to find out. But for $100, the Black is a great entry point into the USB Headphone Amp world.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Excellent Headphone Amp;;B. Huang;;;Too many things have to go exactly right for this to be of use. Some Cellphones will need an additional app that you have to pay for, to get enough volume out of the Black and even the Red. I bought BOTH to try to get my OPPO Digital PM-3s working with my LG phone. Neither of them did until I added the "USB Audio Player Pro" to my phone, THEN they worked well. Of course, the USB Audio Player Pro, broke my native music app and it no longer streams to my Car via bluetooth. So, not optimal. Once functioning, the DragonFly DACs do seem to do the job.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2017;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Too many things have to go exactly right for this ...;;Graham Gillies;;;I appreciate my music and have some HD recordings etc. that I like to listen to. I have all my music uploaded into my computer direct from the CD's and use J River as the player. The Dragonfly Black makes difference in the quality of the music. I AB'd from the Dragonfly to the regular output jack on my computer and there is a noticeable difference. With the Dragonfly Black the sound is more forward and open additionally the volume control is much better and lets your headphones really perform. I use the Dragonfly with both my phone and my computer and it provides improved sound. Both my in ear and on ear headphones sound much better too.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Works as advertised;;vjensen;;;The DAC is very good. It delivers more power than I can support for my IEM SE535 and it is high enough for my SR850. They are both around 30 ohms. I believe that if you like it really loud and you have high impedance headphones you should go for the Red one. I run it in my LG G3. The sound is amazing and the battery drain is ok. The only problem is the cable. I didn't receive an L shaped cable like the one in the picture. I received a regular linear cable that broke in 2 weeks. I bought 2 more as they are extremely cheap. One of them broke also. I think that this set is not supposed to be used in your pocket as the cable will always bend. IMHO AudioQuest should sell an U shaped OTG cable with some sort of protection to avoid it to break.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2016;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great DAC. Cannot say the same about the cable.;;Luis Marcilio Braga de Oliveira;;;I used this with my Moto G4 phone, Fire HD 10 tablet, and HP laptop. I used it with the following headphones: Tin Hi Fi T3, Blon BL03, and Status Audio CB1. Regardless of the device or headphones used, this DAC did not change the sound at all , except that it added noise to the treble forward T3s. It could just be that it was my ears, but my ears can tell the difference between a Pandora music file and a HiFi Tidal file. Also, the color of the logo did not change at all regardless of the file type played. With my Moto G7 phone and my laptop, the light stayed magenta despite playing standard, HiFi and Master (dac was upgraded to the latest 1.7 version) Tidal files. With the Fire tablet, the light stayed blue regardless of file type. Maybe I got a defective unit, maybe I have bad ears, or maybe I didn't drink the right Kool Aid but based on my experience, I would say this dac is a waste of money.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2020;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Does nothing.;;Steve;;;Huge difference for listening all day at the office versus the laptop dac. Very smooth, even streaming audio is so much more enjoyable to listen, rid of the harshness and choppy sound. Well worth the $ if you listen to phone or computer stored music, altho it wouldn't work with my Samsung 4s phone, apparently you have to download some other programs to get it to work on some android systems.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 15, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Huge difference for listening all day at the office versus ...;;Michael D.;;;I have shopped around for dacs and what I love about this product is i can use it on my phone(I use FLAC files) and there is much more clarity , sound isolation, and detail in every sound when I change from this and directly plugging my analog headphone jack into my Galaxy s7 or Macbook pro. I love the dragonfly and will probably be getting the dragonfly red since I need just a little more clarity as the headphones I have have resounding detail(Currently running Audio technica MSr7 for portable and Denon AhD5000 for home) For this price range it cannot be beat. I absolutely would buy the Dragonfly but word to the wise the cable that comes with this is very cheap so I would recomened an upgrade to a USB 2.0 or 3.0 adapter with better build quality so you dont lose that precious sound.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 28, 2016;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Dragonfly made me a believer;;Kylo-renzo;;;I was doubtful that this could really improve the sound coming out of $20 ear buds. The Dragonfly is amazing. It really blew me away. Using a android phone and Kindle. I hope to find a cable so I can use my old school IPod as well. This is so with the money if you are a musicfile.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 21, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Dragonfly Soars;;Sewwolf

Shipping

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By B. Huang - Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2019
Excellent Headphone Amp
So I went ahead and got the bundle so I could get the cable to use with my Android Phone, and to be honest I don't use the cable that much, but so far it works just fine on my Moto G5 Plus with no weird drivers or apps or anything I need to install. I see a lot of people are having problems w/ their cable but mine's been great so far. As for the Dragonfly Black itself - it's awesome. Maybe all my computers have got really crappy sound boards, but there absolutely IS a night and day difference between using this thing and not using this thing. You don't have to be an audiophile to notice an immediate improvement. So far I've used this on 2 windows laptops (a gaming laptop and a tablet/netbook hybrid), 2 home PC's (Windows 7 and Windows 10), and 2 work computers (both LINUX). There's nothing really to install, it's basically plug and play and the OS takes care of everything for you. Sound is instantly clearer and less muddled- it's not just a "volume" thing, even though I will have to admit this thing will make your volume LOUD. As in, I have to keep it on literally level 1 or 2 out of a 100 on my laptop or it's way too loud. I could see someone accidentally blowing their ears out using this thing, it's that loud. So for around $100, yes it's a bit pricey. But i like that it's small and portable and I can bring audiophile-grade sound around with me to the office and back and even use it with my portable device. I haven't heard the Dragonfly Red yet - I've heard some people say it's a noticeable improvement over this, I've heard some people say you can barely tell the difference - I'm not about to drop $200 to find out. But for $100, the Black is a great entry point into the USB Headphone Amp world.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Graham Gillies - Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2017
Too many things have to go exactly right for this ...
Too many things have to go exactly right for this to be of use. Some Cellphones will need an additional app that you have to pay for, to get enough volume out of the Black and even the Red. I bought BOTH to try to get my OPPO Digital PM-3s working with my LG phone. Neither of them did until I added the "USB Audio Player Pro" to my phone, THEN they worked well. Of course, the USB Audio Player Pro, broke my native music app and it no longer streams to my Car via bluetooth. So, not optimal. Once functioning, the DragonFly DACs do seem to do the job.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By vjensen - Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2020
Works as advertised
I appreciate my music and have some HD recordings etc. that I like to listen to. I have all my music uploaded into my computer direct from the CD's and use J River as the player. The Dragonfly Black makes difference in the quality of the music. I AB'd from the Dragonfly to the regular output jack on my computer and there is a noticeable difference. With the Dragonfly Black the sound is more forward and open additionally the volume control is much better and lets your headphones really perform. I use the Dragonfly with both my phone and my computer and it provides improved sound. Both my in ear and on ear headphones sound much better too.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Luis Marcilio Braga de Oliveira - Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2016
Great DAC. Cannot say the same about the cable.
The DAC is very good. It delivers more power than I can support for my IEM SE535 and it is high enough for my SR850. They are both around 30 ohms. I believe that if you like it really loud and you have high impedance headphones you should go for the Red one. I run it in my LG G3. The sound is amazing and the battery drain is ok. The only problem is the cable. I didn't receive an L shaped cable like the one in the picture. I received a regular linear cable that broke in 2 weeks. I bought 2 more as they are extremely cheap. One of them broke also. I think that this set is not supposed to be used in your pocket as the cable will always bend. IMHO AudioQuest should sell an U shaped OTG cable with some sort of protection to avoid it to break.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Steve - Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2020
Does nothing.
I used this with my Moto G4 phone, Fire HD 10 tablet, and HP laptop. I used it with the following headphones: Tin Hi Fi T3, Blon BL03, and Status Audio CB1. Regardless of the device or headphones used, this DAC did not change the sound at all , except that it added noise to the treble forward T3s. It could just be that it was my ears, but my ears can tell the difference between a Pandora music file and a HiFi Tidal file. Also, the color of the logo did not change at all regardless of the file type played. With my Moto G7 phone and my laptop, the light stayed magenta despite playing standard, HiFi and Master (dac was upgraded to the latest 1.7 version) Tidal files. With the Fire tablet, the light stayed blue regardless of file type. Maybe I got a defective unit, maybe I have bad ears, or maybe I didn't drink the right Kool Aid but based on my experience, I would say this dac is a waste of money.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael D. - Reviewed in the United States on October 15, 2016
Huge difference for listening all day at the office versus ...
Huge difference for listening all day at the office versus the laptop dac. Very smooth, even streaming audio is so much more enjoyable to listen, rid of the harshness and choppy sound. Well worth the $ if you listen to phone or computer stored music, altho it wouldn't work with my Samsung 4s phone, apparently you have to download some other programs to get it to work on some android systems.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Kylo-renzo - Reviewed in the United States on November 28, 2016
Dragonfly made me a believer
I have shopped around for dacs and what I love about this product is i can use it on my phone(I use FLAC files) and there is much more clarity , sound isolation, and detail in every sound when I change from this and directly plugging my analog headphone jack into my Galaxy s7 or Macbook pro. I love the dragonfly and will probably be getting the dragonfly red since I need just a little more clarity as the headphones I have have resounding detail(Currently running Audio technica MSr7 for portable and Denon AhD5000 for home) For this price range it cannot be beat. I absolutely would buy the Dragonfly but word to the wise the cable that comes with this is very cheap so I would recomened an upgrade to a USB 2.0 or 3.0 adapter with better build quality so you dont lose that precious sound.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sewwolf - Reviewed in the United States on May 21, 2020
Dragonfly Soars
I was doubtful that this could really improve the sound coming out of $20 ear buds. The Dragonfly is amazing. It really blew me away. Using a android phone and Kindle. I hope to find a cable so I can use my old school IPod as well. This is so with the money if you are a musicfile.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By B. Huang - Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2019
Excellent Headphone Amp
So I went ahead and got the bundle so I could get the cable to use with my Android Phone, and to be honest I don't use the cable that much, but so far it works just fine on my Moto G5 Plus with no weird drivers or apps or anything I need to install. I see a lot of people are having problems w/ their cable but mine's been great so far. As for the Dragonfly Black itself - it's awesome. Maybe all my computers have got really crappy sound boards, but there absolutely IS a night and day difference between using this thing and not using this thing. You don't have to be an audiophile to notice an immediate improvement. So far I've used this on 2 windows laptops (a gaming laptop and a tablet/netbook hybrid), 2 home PC's (Windows 7 and Windows 10), and 2 work computers (both LINUX). There's nothing really to install, it's basically plug and play and the OS takes care of everything for you. Sound is instantly clearer and less muddled- it's not just a "volume" thing, even though I will have to admit this thing will make your volume LOUD. As in, I have to keep it on literally level 1 or 2 out of a 100 on my laptop or it's way too loud. I could see someone accidentally blowing their ears out using this thing, it's that loud. So for around $100, yes it's a bit pricey. But i like that it's small and portable and I can bring audiophile-grade sound around with me to the office and back and even use it with my portable device. I haven't heard the Dragonfly Red yet - I've heard some people say it's a noticeable improvement over this, I've heard some people say you can barely tell the difference - I'm not about to drop $200 to find out. But for $100, the Black is a great entry point into the USB Headphone Amp world.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Graham Gillies - Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2017
Too many things have to go exactly right for this ...
Too many things have to go exactly right for this to be of use. Some Cellphones will need an additional app that you have to pay for, to get enough volume out of the Black and even the Red. I bought BOTH to try to get my OPPO Digital PM-3s working with my LG phone. Neither of them did until I added the "USB Audio Player Pro" to my phone, THEN they worked well. Of course, the USB Audio Player Pro, broke my native music app and it no longer streams to my Car via bluetooth. So, not optimal. Once functioning, the DragonFly DACs do seem to do the job.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By vjensen - Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2020
Works as advertised
I appreciate my music and have some HD recordings etc. that I like to listen to. I have all my music uploaded into my computer direct from the CD's and use J River as the player. The Dragonfly Black makes difference in the quality of the music. I AB'd from the Dragonfly to the regular output jack on my computer and there is a noticeable difference. With the Dragonfly Black the sound is more forward and open additionally the volume control is much better and lets your headphones really perform. I use the Dragonfly with both my phone and my computer and it provides improved sound. Both my in ear and on ear headphones sound much better too.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Luis Marcilio Braga de Oliveira - Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2016
Great DAC. Cannot say the same about the cable.
The DAC is very good. It delivers more power than I can support for my IEM SE535 and it is high enough for my SR850. They are both around 30 ohms. I believe that if you like it really loud and you have high impedance headphones you should go for the Red one. I run it in my LG G3. The sound is amazing and the battery drain is ok. The only problem is the cable. I didn't receive an L shaped cable like the one in the picture. I received a regular linear cable that broke in 2 weeks. I bought 2 more as they are extremely cheap. One of them broke also. I think that this set is not supposed to be used in your pocket as the cable will always bend. IMHO AudioQuest should sell an U shaped OTG cable with some sort of protection to avoid it to break.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Steve - Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2020
Does nothing.
I used this with my Moto G4 phone, Fire HD 10 tablet, and HP laptop. I used it with the following headphones: Tin Hi Fi T3, Blon BL03, and Status Audio CB1. Regardless of the device or headphones used, this DAC did not change the sound at all , except that it added noise to the treble forward T3s. It could just be that it was my ears, but my ears can tell the difference between a Pandora music file and a HiFi Tidal file. Also, the color of the logo did not change at all regardless of the file type played. With my Moto G7 phone and my laptop, the light stayed magenta despite playing standard, HiFi and Master (dac was upgraded to the latest 1.7 version) Tidal files. With the Fire tablet, the light stayed blue regardless of file type. Maybe I got a defective unit, maybe I have bad ears, or maybe I didn't drink the right Kool Aid but based on my experience, I would say this dac is a waste of money.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael D. - Reviewed in the United States on October 15, 2016
Huge difference for listening all day at the office versus ...
Huge difference for listening all day at the office versus the laptop dac. Very smooth, even streaming audio is so much more enjoyable to listen, rid of the harshness and choppy sound. Well worth the $ if you listen to phone or computer stored music, altho it wouldn't work with my Samsung 4s phone, apparently you have to download some other programs to get it to work on some android systems.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Kylo-renzo - Reviewed in the United States on November 28, 2016
Dragonfly made me a believer
I have shopped around for dacs and what I love about this product is i can use it on my phone(I use FLAC files) and there is much more clarity , sound isolation, and detail in every sound when I change from this and directly plugging my analog headphone jack into my Galaxy s7 or Macbook pro. I love the dragonfly and will probably be getting the dragonfly red since I need just a little more clarity as the headphones I have have resounding detail(Currently running Audio technica MSr7 for portable and Denon AhD5000 for home) For this price range it cannot be beat. I absolutely would buy the Dragonfly but word to the wise the cable that comes with this is very cheap so I would recomened an upgrade to a USB 2.0 or 3.0 adapter with better build quality so you dont lose that precious sound.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sewwolf - Reviewed in the United States on May 21, 2020
Dragonfly Soars
I was doubtful that this could really improve the sound coming out of $20 ear buds. The Dragonfly is amazing. It really blew me away. Using a android phone and Kindle. I hope to find a cable so I can use my old school IPod as well. This is so with the money if you are a musicfile.