Audio company FiiO has released the KB3 file. This mechanical keyboard has a built-in headphone amplifier and DAC. The FiiO KB3 will be available as a stripped-down keyboard for $130, or as a pre-built version with keycaps and switches for $150.
FiiO KB3 According to the manufacturer About the keyboard’s amp/dac combo, which can be connected to a computer via USB. This is done using the same USB cable that is also used to connect the keyboard itself. On the side of the KB3 there is a 3.5mm jack and a 4.4mm jackbalancedJacks, to which users can connect headphones.
Keyboard used for two sound CS43131-Dax and two SGM8262The speakers are from Cirrus Logic and SGMicro respectively. Thus, the headphone jacks can provide an output power of 550 mW, according to the manufacturer. The keyboard supports 32-bit/384kHz audio DSD256-appearance. FiiO uses the same components in its KA13 subwoofer, available for around €85. He notices Tom’s devices.
The KB3 also has a 75% split design and can be equipped with Gateron G Pro 3.0 Yellow linear switches, which can be swapped by the user with hot-swap sockets. The housing is made of aluminum-magnesium alloy with Mount gasket, which should provide a relatively smooth and quiet typing experience. The volume control button is located on the right side of the keyboard. The keyboard also supports Windows and macOS.
FiiO sells the keyboard via AliExpress. A stripped-down variant without keycaps and Gateron switches costs €151. The variant with switches and keycaps costs about 174 euros. There is also a wireless variant with keycaps and switches. It costs 151 euros, but it does not have a built-in amplifier and DAC.
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