Echobox Explorer Digital Audio Player

Music servers and computer audio
Echobox Explorer

The Explorer suggests we might be misunderstanding the purpose of the Digital Audio Player. Many modern examples go for something like an ‘Ultra iPod’ approach, and while this might be a good plan, those outside of the headphonista circles may see this as being ‘Not An iPod’ rather than an intrinsically better iPhone. The styling of the Explorer changes all that. A wooden audio hip-flask is attractive for the terminally hip. Those who would never buy an iPod because it’s old news, or most DAPs because they’re iPod clones, will buy an Explorer. Better still, for $599 and a decent pair of headphones, the Echobox Explorer means you are going to be doing just fine no matter where you find your day taking you!


Type: Solid-state digital audio player with built-in storage and DAC

Storage: Internal 64GB for music data storage/data storage, plus option for additional micro SD card storage

DAC Resolution/Supported Digital Formats: FLAC/wav/AIFF/mp3, etc. Sampling rate for D/A conversion up to 192kHz/24-bit 

Analogue Outputs: one 1/8’’ headphone jack

Frequency Response: Not specified

Distortion (THD + Noise): Not specified

User Interface: 3.5-inch display (on main unit), preconfigured with Echobox supplied application software

Price: $599

Manufacturer: Echobox Audio

Tel: (+1) 206- 228-0595


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