- Upgraded look and feel with stainless steel chassis and LG panel IPS screen
- Enhanced streaming and third party apps support with 2 GB RAM and 64 GB Internal memory
- Best of both worlds: Balanced driven 2.5mm phone out and completely independent 3.5mm single end output.
- Carefully designed around the ESS9018k2m DAC chipset to deliver Cayin house sound in high resolution.
- Flexible and Expandable: desktop grade 2V lineout and comprehensive digital input/output options.
- Audio Priority mode maximizes audio performance for critical listeners.
- Quad-core Processor offers intuitive user experience and extraordinary digital audio capability, support DST and DTS encoded format.
- Darker background and cleaner audio performance, thanks to the upgraded through tantalum-polymer capacitors in analogue power filter circuit.
Although I got this at a great price I feel it was misleading. Device is buggy and slow. It also was advertised as having ability to play as a USB DAC. The USB audio is crackling. I reached out to manufacturer several times with no response.
After researching online forums ( should have done this before I purchased) I found all the issues I experience are well known.
Device sounds decent for the cost and I do like the storage.
MusicTeck was easy transaction with quick delivery. The negative feedback given has nothing to do with MusicTech. It is strictly with Cayin support and this particular device.
For starters, I listen to a lot of classical music, so I judge components in that regard. The N5iiS has slightly warm signature with a sense of space and air. It is detailed, but there are players that are more analytical. I also use a player primarily as part of a large audio system with its coax leading to a really good outboard dac. I have not used any of the wireless or third party functions, or the playlist function, so I cannot comment there. I am very happy with the Cayin for the listening I do.
playing flac sounds great on sony 1000xm2 headphones
amazing sounding DAP