Anyone who wants to switch from Micro-USB to Lightning, please cancel the pledge and make a new one. We're sorry we can't secure your early bird price.
USB audio digital decoding.
To present detailed and delicate sound with headphones requires many things. An amplifier is one of them. The purpose of AQUA is to enhance the sound source by using hi-fi codec to make a difference in your overall listeninig experience.
Sorry. It's currently not supportive of Windows Phones.
That's right. AQUA can only be connected to Lightning or Micro-USB.
Take iPhone 6 as an example, an hour of music playing consumes 6% power.
Sorry. It's currently not supportive of an adapter audio-wise.
We'd not consider a Bluetooth version before finding an effective solution to improve the sound quality of compressed files.
It won't work audio-wise. Sorry.
Yes, it is. Simple note that it's for Micro-USB to USB only. AQUALightning doesn't work this way.
The spec of AQUA is 50mW / 32ohm.
Aqua can also connect to active speakers.
We don't have plans to develop type-c models for now.
You can still receive calls for sure, but the inline mic of your earbuds (if any) won't work, while the built-in mic of the phone will still do
AQUA works with iOS systems that support USB audio. So only iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch with Lightning. Not compatible with iPod nano.
We'll send you a survey to confirm your choice of color/ combination and address after the project's successfully funded. No worries!
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