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Since the DX220 is more of an evolution than a completely new DAP there are definite enhancements but also some legacy features that have remained from the original DX200.
Slicker Form Factor
A bigger 5″ IPS 1080p screen and a shorter more refined body. The DX220 makes both the DX150 and DX200 look almost antiquated with their smaller screens and angular or blockier form factors. The almost borderless approach worked a charm with the HiBy R6 Pro and iBasso seem to agree also.
In the hand, it is a stunning looking upgrade, made all the more attractive with the introduction of Corning Gorilla (2.5D) glass which delivers a lot more “pop” to the display.
Mango Gen 2
Whilst out of the box Android Oreo for the DX220 is nothing new, (Both DX150 and Dx200 have it now), the introduction of a vastly overhauled Mango dual-boot OS and app is a first. This is nothing like the older clunky player, looking far more refined and user-friendly.
It also has a few ace cards up its sleeve in its new settings menu that will provide a lot more user engagement. That includes a debut for iBasso’s first ever Parametric EQ system as well as an in-depth user configuration on how to navigate Mango as an app and what options are available.
Software and control
Android 8.0 Oreo is responsible for the internal content of the player. Navigation is performed using the touch screen: swipe right, swipe left, curtain on top and touch – in a word, everything is simple and familiar, like on smartphones. If you wish, you can start and switch tracks with side buttons.
With such a filling, the Google Play Market service would be desirable, but its absence is not such a big problem. Almost any application can be installed using programs with apk-files – this is not a tricky business, it will take a few minutes.
In the DX220, like the DX200, there is a dual boot, which takes the gadget to the menu of an independent virtual Mango player, which has acquired a new elegant interface and more convenient control.
In general, the choice is yours. In addition to music, you want access to the Internet and all kinds of programs – go to Android. Would you like a clean audio player – choose Mango OS.
Like its predecessors, the DX220 has seven digital filters and a parametric equalizer (PMEQ), which allows you to fine-tune the sound to your taste.
It is worth mentioning that the DX220 is already “out of the box” well optimized, and the manufacturer promises to regularly engage in improving its software. Why, the player just came out, and I already had an update on it!
- OS: Android
- DAC: Dual ES9028Pro
- Output Ports: 2.5BAL, 3.5PO, 3.5LO, SPDIF
- Screen: 5.0inch 1080P Full Screen
- CPU: Octa Core
- USB-DAC: XMOS
2.5mm Balanced Output:
- Output Voltage: 6.2Vrms
- Frequency Response: 10HZ-45KHZ+/-0.3dB
- S/N: 125dB
- THD+N: -0.00018% (no load, 3Vrms)
-0.0002% (32Ω load, 3Vrms)
- Crosstalk: -119dB
3.5mm Single Ended Output:
- Output Voltage: 3.1Vrms
- Frequency Response: 10HZ-45KHZ+/-0.3dB
- S/N: 123dB
- THD+N: -0.00031% (no load, 1.8Vrms)
-0.00035% (32Ω load, 1.8Vrms)
- Crosstalk: -117dB
- Output Voltage: 3.0Vrms
- Frequency response: 10HZ-45KHZ+/-0.3dB
- S/N: 122dB
- THD+N: -0.00035%, -107dB (no load, 1.8Vrms)
- Crosstalk: -116dB
Unboxing & Accessories
The DX220 comes in a maroon red package that has a silver protective cover. On the cover, there are the model name, brand name and features of the DX220. At the back of the cover, there are the specifications. After opening the package, there are the DX220, leather case, burn-in cable, coaxial cable, USB Type C cable, warranty card, quick start guide and screen protectors.
At the moment, you can check iBasso Audio DX220 unboxing Video, more review will come in the coming week.
Hi, lovers of quality sound!
Today an excellent opportunity to meet at us – to us the new leader from the highly respected company iBasso on a visit glanced, DX220 DAP.
The model was only issued and right there surely occupied a pedestal, having pressed the fellow of iBasso DX200 which is released in 2017 from there.
The device is built on the same two top-end DAC chips ESS Saber 9028PRO and also has the ability to replace the amplifying modules, which currently number nine pieces: AMP1, AMP2, AMP3, AMP4, AMP5, AMP6, AMP7, AMP8 and now AM1 MK2.
If the DX200 was supplied with the AMP1, then its continuation already has on board a new module, namely the AMP1 MK2.
I think, it is worth mentioning also a complete amp of “middle brother”, DX150 – AM6 module.
And junior, DX120 about which we told you recently has no possibility of replacement of the amplifier because of his small size. However, it is already good.
But back to the big leagues. I will not keep the intrigue and immediately admit that the DX220 definitely bypasses its predecessor, but what exactly – I will describe in detail below.
Youtube Video Review
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SCwsHQZOhE ( 13K followers)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6f82p_QJRxI ( 17K followers)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AcIK9ye2Qnk ( Russian 1.4K followers)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EEdzNK7mvDg ( Russian, 17K followers)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gv_JSE-Usn0 ( Less than 1K followers)