Perfect for use with Android phones. Our OTG cables extract a digital signal with ease.
We offer both micro USB and USB C options. The USB C version is 3.0 standard.
iFi’s audiophile grade OTG cables provide a super stable connection that supplies superior sound.
iFi understand the need for quality in every single component of your system.
On-the-go (OTG) cables should be no exception. If fact, these actually need extra care and attention. Their very name suggests they will suffer more wear and tear than if they were sat at home!
OTG cables go between your phone and your DAC. We produce both the USB C and the micro version.
They transfer the digital signal from your phone into your DAC. This connection must be stable. That’s why we use a USB 3.0 ‘A’ female connector. It is proven to be a much more mechanically reliable connection. We believe you guys deserve the best, even in the small stuff.
We also make our cables from top-notch materials.
They are constructed from pure OFHC continuous cast copper – an excellent conductor – to deliver a superior, clean signal from your phone to your DAC.
This, is turn, delivers the best sound to you to keep you and your music on-the-go, go, go!
|Warranty period:||12 months|
Good little cable. I had read some reviews questioning the build quality. I think if you are repeatedly plugging in and bending any cable will suffer. I have this connected to an old phone and into my dac so it’s static and works really well like this. Sound is great. Slightly overpriced for want it is but not by much really.
There is a lot of OTG cables, including Adioquests. If you want something short and to connect it everywhere (don’t forget cases or Chords!) it is your obvious choice. And yes, it is not an equalizer type of cable, no romantics here – fast detailed sound. Micro USB version will work as USB C type with adapter.
And here we are again – DAP players or DAC/AMP? To be honest, I prefer hip-dac DAC/AMP over AK 1000M. With USB Audio Pro on your Android phone (with proprietary codec) and iFi proprietary 5.30c firmware job acomlished. Put Audioquest Jitterbug between or iFi products (didn’t test them) and for example Audeze LCD-1 headphones or something balanced in ear (Shozy 1.1 or Tin HiFi P1 planar), calculate costs and music output. This is it.
Well done iFI, small can really be beautiful.
Works perfectly in conjunction with Honor View 20 and Dragonfly Red. Processing is fine, cheaper than the original Dragonfly cable.
Very good cable! Delivers optimal sound between my phone and portable DAC.
The device is small and light, fits in every jacket pocket. The battery lasts for at least 6 hours. The sound is rather cool and analytical, very defined and genuine. The 3D + and Bass + functions change the sound only minimally, but are still useful.
The available input connections are diverse, so that you can actually interpose this DAC anywhere. The housing and the rotary wheel are very valuable, in contrast to the supplied fabric bag.
DACs convert digital information, stored or streamed by computers, into music we can hear through speakers or headphones.
Every device that’s a source of digital sound has a built-in DAC (TVs, games consoles, CD players, phones, portable music players etc). Dedicated external DACs sound much better than standard DACs used in digital devices such as phones.