HiFiMAN Introduces SuperMini Hi-Res Player

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HiFiMan-SuperMini.jpgHiFiMAN has introduced its smallest, lightest hi-res player to date, the 2.4-ounce SuperMini. The new player, which is available now for $399, supports all lossless file formats, including DSD, and has expandable memory up to 256 GB. The SuperMini has balanced and unbalanced outputs, and HiFiMAN specifies a battery life of 22 hours. A pair of in-ear headphones is included with your purchase.

From HiFiMAN
HiFiMAN has announced their latest portable player, the SuperMini, a small, stylish model for music lovers on-the-go. In addition to offering best-in-class sound quality, the HiFiMAN Supermini supports all lossless file formats including DSD. Lossless formats deliver the full dynamic range and realism captured from the original recording. The player features expandable memory up to 256 GB via micro SD card. The SuperMini is available now with a MSRP of $399 U.S.

HiFiMAN has long been recognized by many audiophiles as having the best-sounding portable players on the market. The company is credited with pioneering the high-res portable player as far back as 2008, though the company's reference players tend to be somewhat larger and heavier. By contrast, the SuperMini combines ultra-light weight (2.4 oz) and compact size with remarkable performance that rivals its larger siblings.

The SuperMini's robust output will drive all but the most power-hungry headphones and, despite its slim chassis, it features both normal and balanced outputs. And to make sure you can enjoy your tunes for a very long time, the HiFiMAN player boasts an amazing battery life of 22 hours. As an added bonus, the SuperMini is shipped with a high-performance set of balanced in-ear phones, so it is ready to rock right out of the box.

According to HiFiMAN Founder and President, Dr. Fang Bian, "Starting with our HM-801 many years ago, HiFiMAN pioneered the high-res portable music player, and we are still recognized as a category leader around the world." Dr. Bian went on to add, "Though we are mostly known for reference, high-performance players, we have also had many requests over the years for a player that was compact, super light, easy to use and affordable. The SuperMini is our answer that checks all the boxes. Portable players have always been a passion of mine, and I am very pleased with how the SuperMini turned out."

Additional Resources
HiFiMAN Updates HE1000 and Edition X Planar Headphones at HomeTheaterReview.com.
HiFiMAN HE-560 Over-the-Ear Headphones Reviewed at HomeTheaterReview.com.


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