Aurender FLOW Portable DAC & Headphone Amplifier


$1,295.00 USD 

Portable DAC & Headphone Amplifier

Designed for serious headphone users. The Aurender FLOW is a portable High Fidelity Headphone Amplifier capable of playing up to 32bit/384KHz PCM and DSD128 (DoP). Up to 1TB music storage available (optional mSATA slot inside the unit, user installable by opening the back cover).

- Powerful Hi-Fi Headphone Amp 
- 32bit/384kHz , DSD64/128 DAC
- Velocity-Sensitive Volume Control
- Battery & USB Hybrid Power
- mSATA slot for music storage
- 7+ hours of play time with 4450 mAh Battery
- LCD with various Status Display
- Aluminum Machined Case

Portable Storage Device Function
- The USB2.0 and USB3.0 ports enable fast data transfers. In addition to video, audio, image files, the FLOW can also be used to store business files, presentations, back-up and other data.
- Can be used as a storage device with desktop PCs, laptops, notebooks and is compatible with a variety of OS systems.
- You can play music stored in FLOW's mSATA driver from PC or Mac


Input USB 3.0 ( Audio Class 2.0)
Input2 SPDIF Optical
Output 1/4 inch/6.35mm Headphone Jack
Volume Control  -110dB ~ 0dB, Velocity Sensitive Operation
mSATA Slot Optional mSATA storage up to 1TB
Output Impedance 0.06 Ohm Max
THD+N Max -114dB
IMD(SMPTE) Max -112dB
SPDIF Mode(Optic) up to 24bit/192kHz
​PCM Mode(USB) up to 32bit/384kHz​
​DSD Mode(USB) ​DSD64, DSD128 / Dop Mode
​DAC Chip ESS9018K2M​
Play Time​ 7+ Hours​
Battery​ SAMSUNG SDI 4450 mAh​
​Weight ​450g(1.0 Pounds)
Output Power THD+N 0.0002%​
43 mW/600 ohms, 87 mW/300 ohms,
320 mW/60 ohms,
380 mW/32 ohms,
​THD+N  (1kHz 5.1V rms output) 0.0002%​
Dynamic Rage​ Max 122dB​
​Damping Factor >130​
Dimensions    ​ ​80 x 137 x 28 (mm)
3.1 x 5.4 x 1.1 (inches)


Aurender FLOW Spundstage' Product of the Year 2015

SoundStage Product of the Year 2015

"...Although a compelling marketing campaign can have you thinking that what’s being touted is “new,” any given year sees very few hi-fi products that actually are substantively new in their operation, technology, sound quality, or features -- almost everything is a variation on a well-worn theme. This makes it a bit trickier to pick a winner for our Innovation in Design award -- there’s less to choose from. But the opening paragraph of Brent Butterworth’s SoundStage! Xperience review of the Aurender Flow made this year’s selection a good bit easier: “In a recent column, I complained about the rapid growth in the number of lookalike headphone amps that are little more than a DAC-amp chip stuffed into an extruded-aluminum box. The Aurender Flow ($1295 USD) is the exact opposite: a product that represents a major rethinking of what people -- specifically, audiophiles -- need in a headphone amp.”

Obviously, there was something new here -- and I’m not surprised that it was Aurender that created it. Several years ago, the company was the first to produce really well-thought-out, highly intuitive music servers with truly innovative features. Aurender made other server makers look like amateurs. I think it’s in their corporate DNA to create products that are fresh and new...."

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