The Diablo 2, dressed in a devilish red, succeeds the Diablo-X and features a series of improvements such as increased headphone output power, support for lossless Bluetooth codecs, xMEMS technology, iEMatch, a USB-C input, improved circuitry, and more.
As an audiophile, you likely use different systems for home and mobile setups. The Diablo 2 offers the best of both worlds with its powerful 5180mW output and balanced dual-mono circuitry, making it the most powerful headphone amplifier of its size.
The Diablo 2 is the world’s first portable DAC/Amp with Bluetooth 5.4 and supports aptX Lossless, the only Bluetooth codec for lossless CD-quality streaming without sacrificing audio quality.
Due to the high voltage requirements of xMEMS, iFi has partnered with them to integrate this technology into the new Diablo 2. It uses the piezoelectric effect to create paper-thin solid-state speakers by converting electrical energy into mechanical energy, exciting An integrated silicon membrane to generate powerful acoustic sound waves for enhanced audio output.
Are you having problems with your headphones that consume a lot of power? Press the NOS button, and the Diablo goes into beast mode. The Diablo 2 offers three power modes: Normal for IEMs, Turbo for medium-sensitivity headphones, and Nitro for demanding headphones, with a maximum output of 19.2V.
A switch underneath activates iFi’s iEMatch technology. This feature is designed for high-sensitivity headphones and earbuds, benefiting your in-ear headphones (IEM). Eliminates background noise and increases usable volume range.
The Diablo 2 fits a wide range of headphones, from IEMs to power-hungry over-ear headphones. It features a 6.3mm single-ended headphone jack and a 4.4mm balanced output. Plus, a 3.5mm to 6.35mm adapter is included for versatile connectivity
Rules all Bluetooth codecs and music formats.
Diablo 2 features the latest Bluetooth 5.4 technology, supporting the new aptX Lossless codec, providing a maximum bit rate of 1200 kbps. In comparison, aptX Adaptive has a maximum bitrate of 420kbps, while LDAC offers a higher bitrate of 990kbps.
The Diablo 2 used Qualcomm’s new QCC518x Bluetooth audio chip, is qualified for Bluetooth 5.4, and supports all* Bluetooth formats, including aptX Lossless, aptX Adaptive, aptX, LDAC, LHDC/HWA, AAC, and SBC.
*As of November 10, 2023. Please check that your device supports the Bluetooth codec.
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Wings of hell.
The Diablo 2 has four wings that you can customize to place horizontally, like a desktop DAC/amplifier, or vertically to save space.
Additionally, it features twenty-two rails to improve cooling performance, and eight of these rails are compatible with Diablo wings, allowing for desktop stand use.