Last week Samsung’s latest flagship arrived – the Galaxy Note 10. However, there was a problem – one missing port. Yes, I’m with Steve Litchfield on this one – I love the 3.5mm audio port. I know that you can get USB Type-C wired headphones, but what if you’re completely happy with the wired headphones you have got? What if you want to charge and listen at the same time?
Normally on flights I plug in my Bose headphones, then I plug in my phone (currently a Note 9 ) into a power bank. When I land the phone is still at 100% charged.
Well, Silicon Valley based company Moshi have now released a Audio adapter. It’s manufactured from anodised aluminium and has a built-in digital-to-analog converter (DAC). This outputs 24-bit/96 kHz audio signals to support high-resolution audio signals. It’s ideal for audiophile libraries or premium streaming services like Spotify Tidal, Deezer, Onkyo and more. Also included is a Class G amplifier enhances the quality of your headphones for a more robust and immersive sound experience.
The adapter also allows your device to be charged via its USB Type- C port, and there’s fast charging as it supports PD 3.0. It’s available from Moshi for £39.99. Hopefully we will get a unit in for a full review.