I love audiophiles. They spend $20,000 on a high end speaker system with zero flibber and low Db to THD levels (at least that's what it sounds like they're telling you) and then they slap on a gold remaster of a Macy Gray album and say “Can you hear the gravel in her voice?” It's like buying a Ferrari just to slip Frankie Goes To Hollywood into the CD player and then sit in the driveway for an hour. I love me some classics, but not that much.
Anyway, this is an “audiophile-grade” WAV player made of wood and gold and plays only the fanciest, high-quality WAV files. It has an RCA interface so you can hook it up to your stereo and a 6.3mm headphone jack that includes a 13.3 mW amp.
It's called the Colorfly Pocket HiFi C4 Pro and costs $800 on Amazon and should make your Fleetwood Mac rips sound like Stevie Nicks is sitting on your neck singing into your ear.
CIRRUS LOGIC CS4398 DAC chip
CIRRUS LOGIC CS8422 SRC chip
3.7 V battery, SNR up to 108 Db, THD lowers than 0.003%
The precision of 0805 resistance is up to 1% in the simulation
Black 3U PCB
3U Gilt RCA interface for SPDIF IN/OUT (top grade)
3U Gilt interface for 6.3mm earphone (top grade)
The rate of the Jitter is lower than 5ps