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Colorfly Pocket HiFi U8 Portable Digital Audio Player Announced – See Features and Specifications

Colorfly recently announced their latest flagship portable digital audio player – the Colorfly Pocket HiFi U8. It’s been a while since we last see Colorfly release a portable DAP. We usually see DAPs from the likes of Astell&Kern, Fiio, Sony, Cayin, The Bit’s Opus and many more. These company have been actively releasing one DAP to another, targeting different market segments. Well, Colorfly doesn’t want to get left behind and announced their Pocket HiFi U8. Unlike most DAPs in the market today, the Pocket HiFi U8 features two proprietary Colorfly Alpha α DAC chips. It’s also capable of playing most lossless and high-res digital audio files and supports both PCM and DSD512. Check out more of its features and specifications below.

Colorfly Pocket HiFi U8 Portable Media Player Announced

COLORFLY, an independent subsidiary of the COLORFUL Group (CFG) and professional manufacturer of world-class HiFi portable players is proud to introduce the latest addition to its growing line of HiFi products. The COLORFLY Pocket HiFi U8 portable media player features a 3.97-inch WVGA IPS touchscreen to control the device and features COLORFLY’s unique, in-house developed DAC. Two COLORFLY Alpha DACs alongside AMPT and JitterKill II technology allow the COLORFLY Pocket HiFi U8 to bring crisp and lively audio.

JitterKill II Generation Technology
Using ultra-low phase noise crystal designed specifically for HiFi Typical -100dBc / Hz @ 10Hz, greatly reducing jitter. For conventional use of 22.5792MHz, 24.576MHz dual crystal, even ultra-low jitter and phase noise – 0.2PS have also affected the data reduction. In order to eliminate jitter and phase noise, we use 45.1584MHz, 49.152MHz high frequency crystal and also special custom DE-JITTER chip, to achieve “zero jitter” frequency.

AMPT (Advance Memory Playback Technology)
A new generation of HiFi processing solutions optimize the original audio architecture, audio data stream directly from the memory, not through the CPU data conversion, reduce the latency of the data stream latency and the audio data stream path, to achieve stable signal transmission and ensure the sound is clean and Transparent, to minimize the impact of the operating system on audio reduction.

DLNA Functionality
The COLORFLY Pocket HiFi U8 features support for DLNA allow your media library on your network to be played on the device. This allows shared multimedia files from PC, NAS and other devices to be played on the COLORFLY Pocket HiFi U8 for easier access and greater number of sources to be played.

Colofly Pocket HiFi U8 Specifications

Model Portable Audio Player U8
Color Black
Material Aluminum
Display 3.97" WVGA IPS Touch
Side Screen 0.87 OLED
DAC2x Colorfly Alpha
RAM 2GB
ROM 64GB
TF Card Up to 256GB
Format Support DFF, DSF, WAV, FLAC, WMA, MP3, OGG, APE, ISO, DXD, AAC, ALAC, AIFF
Decoding Support Up to PCM 44.1kHz-384kHz(8/16/24/32Bits per Sample)  DSD64--  DSD512(2.8MHz--22.5792MHz)                   
PEQ Support
Output Level Singled-ended 2.1Vrms  BTL 4.2Vrms
USB DAC Support
Headphone jack 3.5mm(Single-ended + Optical digital)2.5mm (balance headphone port)
WiFi 802.11b/g/n(2.4GHz)BT4.0
Dimension 110x66x14mm
USB Port TYPE-C
Battery 3300mAh
Charger 5V 2A
Language Support Chinese, English, Korean, Japanese, German, French, Russian,  Spanish etc.,
Audio Performance:DNR@600RZ  123dB
THD+N@600RZ  0.00025%
Maximum Output Power  130mW 

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