FiiO K19 Desktop DAC & Headphone Amplifier

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  • 31-band high-precision lossless PEQ
  • ESS 8 channel flagship DAC ES9039SPRO*2
  • 8000mW+8000mW powerful output
  • 8 channel THX AAA 788+
  • High-performance ultra-low phase noise femtosecond crystal oscillator
  • Global clock management
  • Fully balanced design
  • Ultra-thin die-cast unibody shock-proof construction
  • Supports decoding via HDMI/ARC


Innovative, 31-band high-precision lossless PEQ

The K19 features DEL (Dual Engine Limiter) technology, and through proprietary algorithms, the K19 can apply various audio effects such as dynamic range compression (DRC) and dynamic range enhancement (DRE) as well as an advanced limiter to prevent clipping. Also on the K19 is an adjustable 31-band high-precision lossless PEQ*, which supports direct adjustment of PCM 44.1k~192k audio signals without resorting to sampling rate conversion (SRC). For each band, the gain can be adjusted between a range of +12~-24dB and the Q value can be adjusted between a range of 0.4dB~128dB. And the PEQ curves don’t have to be used only by you – PEQ presets on the K19 can be shared between users. Being able to import and export PEQ presets opens up a whole new dimension to sound adjustment!

*PEQ adjustment is supported on Windows and Mac computers, as well as with the mobile control app


ADI ADSP-21565 with SHARC+ core

For the first time in an FIIO product, the K19 flagship desktop DAC and headphone amplifier utilizes an ADI ADSP-21565 DSP chip with the SHARC+ core backed by a custom ultra-low phase noise femtosecond crystal oscillator. This DSP chip featuring a high clock frequency of 800MHz and capable of 64-bit double precision floating point calculations is what makes the 31-band high-precision lossless PEQ possible in the K19. The ADI DSP chip not only ensures that audio signals after PEQ adjustment are of high quality and with minimal distortion, it also helps to enable powerful system protection functions that safeguard both the K19 and the other devices and headphones connected to it.


Flagship ESS 8-channel ES9039SPRO*2 DACs

Inside the K19 are two of the new ESS 8-channel ES9039SPRO DAC chips, featuring the fourth generation 32Bit HyperStream architecture and capable of ultra-high dynamic range with ultra-low noise. These DAC chips allow the K19 to output clearer and richer audio with plenty of detail.

DNR: 132dB

THD+N: -122dB


8-channel THX AAA 788+ headphone amplifier

The K19 features a new headphone amplifier design consisting of an 8-channel THX AAA 788+ headphone amp architecture working together in parallel and backed by a high-voltage power supply. The THX amp chips are connected in parallel via 2×2 groups to make up a totally balanced, 4-channel amplification system. The result is enhanced transients, and high-power output up to 8000mW+8000mW with a 32Ω load – allowing the K19 to drive all kinds of headphones with ease.


Dual ACCUSILICON high-performance ultra-low phase noise femtosecond crystal oscillators

The K19 employs two industry-leading ACCUSILICON AS318-B ultra-low phase noise femtosecond crystal oscillators (45.1584MHz, 49.1520MHz), which are 100% pre-screened before being selected for use in the K19. These femtosecond crystal oscillators effectively reduce the impact of phase noise on audio signals and allow for accurate audio restoration and different sampling rates – resulting in purer and more stable sound no matter the source sampling rate.


High-quality digital audio processing architecture

For the first time in an FIIO product, the K19 utilizes a powerful quad-core FPGA as a high-definition digital signal processing center. The FPGA is responsible for handling all incoming digital signals, including Bluetooth reception and decoding, USB decoding, coaxial and optical decoding, HDMI/ARC decoding, and DSP digital signal processing. These digital signals are directly transmitted through two sets of I2S channels to the dual ES9039SPRO DACs, ensuring minimal distortion and loss of audio signals in the digital audio processing chain.


More information on FiiO official site.

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