Guess what folks? The world has embraced digital audio and for the foreseeable future, it will only continue to grow. The great news for those on the go is that headphone engineers have taken notice. Over the past decade there has been an endless rat race to develop comfortable, great sounding headphones at affordable prices. These engineers have delivered. Today, the market is flooded with readily available Hi-Fi quality headphones at consumer level prices.
So you chat it up with friends, spend endless hours reading the headphone forums and reviews and finally decide on a pair of headphones. You take them home and after the recommended break-in period you come to realize that most of your tracks simply don't sound as expected.
The most likely culprit: Your MP3 player or smartphone playback device. In the majority of cases, the amplifier found on most cell phones and MP3 players are simply mediocre. They are incapable of delivering audiophile level performance when paired with high impedance or low sensitivity Hi-Fi headphones.
The answer: BitStream BTS-42 by Ultralink. At Ultralink they are passionate about hi-fidelity audio reproduction. The same passion and attention to every nuance of sound went into developing the BTS-42. Not only will this tiny wonder have your headphones performing at optimum levels, it is also equipped to support two sets of headphones (it has two headphone jacks). One of the two jacks doubles as a charging port, so you can conveniently charge the devices while enjoying your tunes from the other headphone jack.
The BitStream BTS-42 onboard Li-ion charges in approximately 2 hours. Once fully charged, it will operate for up to 12 hours.