Today, Meizu released the Meizu 16s Pro flagship smartphone as well as its latest Flyme 8 OS. Furthermore, the company also unveiled the Meizu UR high-end custom headphone as well as the Meizu HiFi decoding amp Pro. In fact, the Meizu HiFi decoding amp Pro was the first device to be announced at the conference.
Previously, Meizu Hi-Fi decoding amp was released with Meizu 16s on April 23, using CS43131 chip to restore pure Hi-Fi sound quality. The Pro model is an upgrade of the previous generation. It uses CS43131 DAC decoder chip, and also carries two professional TI OPA 1622 second-level op-amps. This provides a real and delicate sound with rich layers. With a wide sound field, the sound dynamic control is more than enough.
The amp is also certified by Hi-Res high-resolution and the sound quality to restores super-CD quality. Hi-Res (High-Resolution Audio) is a high-quality audio product standard. The proposal for this standard is from Sony, JAS (Japan Audio Association) and CEA (Consumer Electronics Association). The previous Meizu HiFi decoding amp uses a common TPE material. However, the Pro version comes with braided wire which is stronger and more durable.
In terms of pricing, the Pro version sells for 269 yuan ($38). The first official sale of this device will take place by 10:00 on August 31.