Hifi Reviews - Audioquest

Review - Audioquest Dragonfly Black

Audioquest Dragonfly Black

Sound And Vision has reviewed Audioquest's Dragonfly Black and Red
D oes Audioquest's new Audioquest Dragonfly Black and Red USB DACs justify their billing and awards? - Sound And Vision has given its verdict. The Audioquest Dragonfly Red's review price was $199.



Review - Audioquest Dragonfly Red

Audioquest Dragonfly Red

Computer Audiophile's take on both the Audioquest Dragonfly Red And Black
T he Audioquest Dragonfly Black and the more expensive and powerful Audioquest Dragonfly Red, both minimalist USB DAC and headphone amps, are reviewed by Computer Audiophile (CA). Very favourably reviewed too as both the Dragonfly Black and Dragonfly Red are "Highly Recommended" and make Ca's prestigious C.A.S.H. list. C.A.S.H. stands for Computer Audiophile Suggested Hardware. CA conclude with :-



Review - Audioquest Dragonfly Black

Audioquest Dragonfly Black

Audioquest's new DACs the Audioquest Dragonfly Black and Red are out and AV Forums has given their verdict
A V Forums has reviewed Audioquest's Audioquest Dragonfly Black, the Dragonfly Red and for good measure the Jitterbug a USB noise suppressor is thrown in. The Audioquest Dragonfly Black's price at the time of the review was £89.00. The complete Audioquest Dragonfly Black / Red and Jitterbug receive a combined 9 out of 10 from AV Forums.



Review - Audioquest Dragonfly Red

Audioquest Dragonfly Red

10 Audiophile Bargains In 2016 By DAR
D AR approaches this review by searching for the best bargains out there. They're looking for either outstanding bargains from well-known names or not so well known products that should be better known given how good they are. Their list includes the AudioQuest Dragonfly Black and Red as well as the iFi S/PDIF iPurifier which they see as a fantastic streamer if combined with Google Chromecast Audio say to create a sub $200 streamer. The full list is :-



Review - Audioquest Niagara 7000

Audioquest Niagara 7000

Review Of The Audioquest Niagara 7000
T he Audioquest Niagara 7000 power conditioning system is the subject of this review from the Stereophile. Interestingly they see the Niagara 7000 as a backwards step until they plug all their HiFi system components into it, even including a battery charger ! Could be one to experiment with for those using power conditioning. With all components plugged in to the Niagara 7000 they conclude :-



Review - Audioquest Dragonfly Red

Audioquest Dragonfly Red

Review - Audioquest Dragonfly Red - Portable USB DACs And Headphone Amp By Richer Sounds
T he Audioquest Dragonfly Red a tiny portable USB DAC and headphone amp is reviewed by Richer Sounds. The Dragonfly Red is the more expensive and more powerful of the two new Dragonflys (the other being the Dragonfly Black). Richer Sounds enjoy their listening concluding :-



Review - Audioquest Dragonfly Black

Audioquest Dragonfly Black

Stereophile loves the new DragonFly Black/Red
S tereophile is impressed with the extension of the USB DACs range to work with phones and tablets. Both iOS and Android are supported. One of the ways they made this happen was with more efficient chips inside and lowering the output voltage a tad to 1.2 volts. They are also impressed with the lower price - so are we!



Review - Audioquest Dragonfly Black

Audioquest Dragonfly Black

Review - Audioquest Dragonfly Black - Portable USB DACs And Headphone Amp By What Hi-Fi
A udioquest's new DACs the DragonFly Black v1.5 is out and What Hi-Fi has given their verdict. The DragonFly Black v1.5's review price was £90. Overall the DragonFly Black v1.5 has earned 5 stars from What Hi-Fi.



Review - Audioquest Dragonfly Red

Audioquest Dragonfly Red

Review - Audioquest Dragonfly Black And Red - Portable USB DACs And Headphone Amps By DAR
T wo portable USB DAC/Headphone amp reviews for the price of one here, as DAR review both the Audioquest Dragonfly Black (a lower output USB DAC for sensitive headphones) and the Dragonfly Red (a higher output model for more difficult to drive headphones). DAR also looks at whether either model can depose the Chord Mojo as king of the hill for portable DAC / headphone amps. There's also comparison of the Audioquest Dragonfly Black and Red vs portable digital audio players (or DAPs) such as DAPs from Sony and Astell&Kern. There's not good news from DAR for the DAPs in the conclusion of :-



Review - Audioquest NightHawk Headphones

Audioquest NightHawk Headphones

Review - Audioquest Nighthawk Headphones By The Verge
T he Audioquest Nighthawk headphones (yours for £500) are reviewed by The Verge. The Verge gives the Nighthawks an 8.5 out of 10 score.



AudioQuest Jitterbug

Review - Audioquest Jitterbug - USB Noise Filter By What Hi-Fi
W hat Hi-Fi has reviewed Audioquest's Audioquest JitterBug. The Audioquest JitterBug's price at the time of the review was £40. The Audioquest JitterBug gets 5 stars from What Hi-Fi.



Review - AudioQuest Jitterbug

AudioQuest Jitterbug

Review - Audioquest Jitterbug - USB Noise Filter By Soundstage
T he £39 Audioquest Jitterbug - A USB Noise Filter is reviewed by Soundstage. Very simple to use the Audioquest Jitterbug just plug it into a USB output then plug your USB cable or DAC into the Jitterbug. The Jitterbug can also be used to "plug" unused USB outputs. Soundstage like the Jitterbug, particularly in direct signal path mode, and see the Jitterbug as low risk given the amounts of money you can spend for no sonic gain (or even deterioration !). They conclude on the Jitterbug :-



Review - Audioquest NightHawk Headphones

Audioquest NightHawk Headphones

Review - Audioquest Nighthawk Headphones By The Stereophile
T he Audioquest Nighthawk headphones, £499 here in the UK, are the included in a headphone round up of new headphones from 2015 by the Stereophile. Included in the review are the Audeze EL-8 (the EL-8s are on page 1 by the way). The reviewer notes that (as others have found) that the Nighthawk headphones need a very long "burn in" period, which might explain why some of the other reviews have been mixed. Once burnt in, the reviewer enjoys the Nighthawks (particularly in balanced mode) concluding :-



Review - AudioQuest Jitterbug

AudioQuest Jitterbug

Audioquest Jitterbug - And 12 Other Unsung HiFi Gems By Hi-Fi Plus
H i-Fi Plus comes up with their baker’s dozen, of unsung / new HiFi products, which starts with the Audioquest Jitterbug, that they expect to see featuring significantly in 2016. By the way, this list stems from their trip to RMAF 2015 so it's a bit of a cherry pick of best at show HiFi products.



Review - Audioquest NightHawk Headphones

Audioquest NightHawk Headphones

Review - Audioquest Nighthawk Headphones By ToneAudio
T he Audioquest Nighthawk headphones, yours for £500 are reviewed by Toneaudio. They briefly mention the revolutionary use of new materials in the Nighhawks before going onto the Sound quality and value which they summarise with :-



Review - Audioquest NightHawk Headphones

Audioquest NightHawk Headphones

Review - Audioquest Nighthawk Headphones reviewed by Passion for Sound
P assion for Sound positively reviews Audioquest's Nighthawk headphones. This reviews goes into great detail on all aspects of the Nighthawk. Highlighted is the technology used to create these outstanding sounding headphones, as well as the Nighthawk's great design.



Review - AudioQuest Jitterbug

AudioQuest Jitterbug

Review - Audioquest Jitterbug By PS Audio
T his is quite a rare review - A review of another manufacturers product, the Audioquest Jitterbug by the manufacturer PS Audio - the link below has initial impressions on the Jitterbug from PS Audio and PS audio say there will be more to come.



Review - Audioquest Red River balanced XLR cable

Audioquest Red River balanced XLR cable

Review - Audioquest Red River Balanced XLR Cables by Audio Appraisal
T he Audioquest Red River balanced XLR cables are reviewed by Audio Appraisal. They have a small issue with the fit but it’s a favourable review as they conclude on the Red River balanced XLR cables :-



Review - AudioQuest Jitterbug

AudioQuest Jitterbug

Review - Audioquest Jitterbug And USB Regen By Audiostream
T he Audioquest Jitterbug at £39 is reviewed in combination ( and on its own ) with the $175 USB Regen (available worldwide). The Audioquest Jitterbug acts as a USB noise suppressant either directly in the USB path to the DAC or indirectly by filling in or plugging unused USB outputs. The USB Regen acts differently in rebuilding the USB output prior to the USB signal entering an external DAC.



Review - Audioquest NightHawk Headphones

Audioquest NightHawk Headphones

Review - Audioquest NighHawk Headphones By What Hi-Fi
T he Audioquest Nighthawk headphones are reviewed and a verdict reached by What Hi-Fi. The Nighthawk headphones review price was £500. The Nighthawk gets 3 stars from the respected reviewer.



Review - AudioQuest Jitterbug

AudioQuest Jitterbug

Review - Audioquest Jitterbug By Stereophile
T he £39 Audioquest Jitterbug is reviewed by the Stereophile. Interestingly, their measurements show no difference in DAC analogue output with the Jitterbug in place but they can hear a difference, so they’re left perplexed !



Review - AudioQuest Jitterbug

AudioQuest Jitterbug

Review - Audioquest Jitterbug By Audio-T
T he Audioquest Jitterbug - A £39 USB noise reducer for computer audio streaming is the subject of a short review by Audio-T. Audio-T even use the Jitterbug to "plug" an unused USB A input at the front of their Naim Superuniti. They conclude on the Jitterbug :-



Review - AudioQuest Jitterbug

AudioQuest Jitterbug

Review - Audioquest Jitterbug By ToneAudio
T he Audioquest Jitterbug ( a USB noise suppressor especially effective with a laptop as a source) is reviewed by ToneAudio. They acknowledge that the Jitterbug is just a $50 tweak but see tangible ( or hear auditory perhaps ! ) benefits for the $50 concluding :-



Review - AudioQuest Jitterbug

AudioQuest Jitterbug

Review - Audioquest Jitterbug By Hi-Fi Plus
T he £39 Audioquest Jitterbug is reviewed in a first listen by Hi-Fi Plus. They find improvements to a USB computer audio system from the Jitterbug and even improvements by plugging a Jitterbug into a spare NAS drive USB port. Hi-Fi Plus conclude on the Audioquest Jitterbug :-



Review - Audioquest NightHawk Headphones

Audioquest NightHawk Headphones

Review - Audioquest NighHawk Headphones By HiFi Gear
T he AudioQuest NightHawk Headphones are reviewed in a short review by HiFi Gear. No stars given the brevity of the review but they do conclude on the Nighthawk Headphones :-



Review - Audioquest NightHawk Headphones

Audioquest NightHawk Headphones

Video Review And Unboxing Of The Audioquest NightHawk Headphones
T he Audioquest NightHawk Headphones (Audioquest's first and certainly very novel headphones) are the subject of a video review and unboxing. The review even mentions the price in the US at $599.



Review - Audioquest Dragonfly 1.2

Audioquest Dragonfly 1.2

Audioholics Checks Out the new Audioquest Dragonfly 1.2
A udioholics liked the sound which was of dynamic contrast, brightness and resolution.



Review - AudioQuest Jitterbug

AudioQuest Jitterbug

Audioquest Jitterbug - First Listen By Audio-T
A udio-T take a first listen to the Audioquest Jitterbug which at £50 reduces noise coming from your Laptops USB Output in a Computer Audio Setup. In the few sentences of review (available via the first link below) you can see that they like the Jitterbug.



Review - Audioquest Dragonfly 1.2

Audioquest Dragonfly 1.2

Review of the Audioquest Dragonfly v1.2 - USB DAC and Headphone amp by DigitalAudioReview
A favourable review of the £130 Audioquest Dragonfly v1.2 - USB DAC and Headphone amp by DigitalAudioReview. They conclude :-



Review - Audioquest Dragonfly 1.2

Audioquest Dragonfly 1.2

Review of the Audioquest Dragonfly v1.2 - USB DAC and Headphone amp by Audiopolitan
A 5 star review of the £130 Audioquest Dragonfly v1.2 - USB DAC and Headphone amp, from across the pond, by Audiopolitan. They conclude :-



Review - Audioquest Dragonfly 1.2

Audioquest Dragonfly 1.2

Video review of the Audioquest Dragonfly 1.2 USB DAC Headphone amp by Tekzilla
A Video review of the versatile £130 Audioquest Dragonfly 1.2 USB DAC , Headphone amp by Tekzilla.



Review - Audioquest Carbon USB Cable

Audioquest Carbon USB Cable

AudioQuest Carbon USB cable wins a European EISA award for best product
E very seasoned hifi enthusiast knows that different interconnect and loudspeaker cables will impact on the sound of a hi-fi system, but the same is also true of digital cables. The rise in popularity of USB DACs has been met by a similar cloudburst of proprietary USB cables, and AudioQuest is right at the forefront of this new technology. Audioquest Carbon USB (£75 for 0.75 metres), named after the woven carbon fibre-like jacket that clothes this fashionable cable, lies midway through its five-strong range. It employs superior silver-plated solid copper conductors and adheres exactly to the USB specification, offering excellent compatibility and helping to deliver a pristine sound with all good-quality USB DACs. If you want to hear your system at its best, then trade-up from your 'giveaway' USB cable.



Review - Audioquest Dragonfly

Audioquest Dragonfly

Review of the Audioquest Dragonfly 1.2 USB DAC Headphone amp by Audiostream
A very favourable review of the £130 Audioquest Dragonfly 1.2 USB DAC Headphone amp by Audiostream from across the pond. They conclude :-



Review - Audioquest Dragonfly

Audioquest Dragonfly

Review of the Audioquest Dragonfly 1.2 by What Hi-Fi
T he new version of the Audioquest Dragonfly offers improvements over the original version, which was pretty good anyway, and is considerably cheaper to boot (£130 vs £199). Read What Hi-Fi's 5 star review below :-



Review - Audioquest FLX-SLiP 14/4

Audioquest FLX-SLiP 14/4

Audioquest FLX-SLiP 14/4 - What Hi-Fi awards 2012 - Best Speaker Cable
W hat Hi-Fi Quote for this £6 per meter speaker cable




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