When Apple switched from the 30-pin connector to Lightning, it was positioned as a more promising solution for accessories. However among most of these accessories for a long time was not the most important headphone. But recently the situation began to change. After the release of the iPhone 7, which are devoid of the 3.5 mm audio output, a company released headphones with Lightning interface. One of the most affordable on the market models presented by the company Dodocool.
Headphones with the Lightning interface is only compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. But the transition to the digital allows you to place devices in their own digital-to-analog Converter (DAC), so the quality of sound output is completely independent of the embedded audio of the mobile device.
One of the main features of Dodocool DA55 is a built-in 24-bit DAC amplifier which allows you to listen to music in high resolution format. According to the manufacturer, headphones provide clean and high quality sound in a wide frequency range. Provides the function of amplifying the low frequency Bass Boost.
On a separate control panel contains buttons for volume control and multifunction button. Another same key is on a separate unit with a microphone.
The cost Dodocool DA55 is 69,99$, the novelty is available in four colors corresponding to the colors of the iPhone.