Expensive but it works perfectly.
Love your beats on the streets?
Enjoy music as it should be from your Android phone with our On-The-Go cables.
Walk the walk.
The tech spec.
Plug one end into your phone and the other into your DAC and get ready to be blown off your feet as the music hits your eardrums in ultra-clear clarity.
Our OTG cables come in two versions — USB-C and USB-micro.
Both are constructed from pure OFHC continuous cast copper, which conduct clean sound between your Android and DAC.
Perfect for use with Android phones. They extract a digital signal with ease.
We offer the USB-C version at USB3.0 standard and the micro-USB.
The USB 3.0 'A' Female connector provides a much more mechanically reliable connection, a factor that not many manufacturers take into account.
This fits directly into a flat Type A USB port of the micro or nano iDSD Black Label and ensures a strong and steady audio connection.
Our audiophile grade OTG cables are constructed from pure OFHC continuous cast copper, which conducts clean sound between your Android and DAC.
And it’s not just the insides that get the iFi treatment.
The cables are not only sonically superior but also super smart looking with a sexy ceramic finish to add that touch of class.
Good qualuty and ideal for my A&K Kann hi-res player
Brought this to go with my high-end A&K Kann player as needed an OTG cable to connect to my Chord Mojo and my Mac, excellent product and well built. Recommended.
Really nice for the price
Using this to connect a DAC to my phone. The cable is sturdy and the sound quality is great.
Very good built and it works with Galaxy A50
I purchased this to connect a Galaxy A50 with an ifi nano iDSD. It feels very well made and it worked as it should.
Works great. Fits snug into my android phone, recognizes my ifi nano dac with my phones audio software.
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