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XDUOO TA-30 DAC Tube Headphone Amplifier

XDUOO TA-30 DAC Tube Headphone Amplifier

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XDUOO TA-30 DAC Tube Headphone Amplifier

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  • 3000mW Output Power,Equipped With The Professional Headphone Freely.
  • USB,COAX and OPT,several input interfaces,be comprehensively equipped with various front-end devices.
  • Bluetooth 5.0 decoding,stable transmission.
  • Using the DAC chip ES9038Q2M from US ESS company,built-in Time Domain Jitter Eliminator,delivers a DNR of up to 129 dB and THD+N of -120dB.
  • Adopt 5Z3P and ECC82 tubes to process the audio,make the sound sweet and refined.

Power S Jitter Supply:AC220V /110V
Screen:1.3inch OLED
Compliant OS:Win7、Win8、Win10、Mac OSX、IOS,、Android system
Output Power:3000mW (32Ω load)

Frequency Response:
USB/OPT/COA/BT: 20Hz~20KHz(±0.5dB)
AMP: 10 Hz~100kHz(±0.5dB)

Sampling Rate Support of USB IN:
PCM: 16-32bit/44.1k-768kHz
DXD: 24-32 bit/352.8k-384kHz
DSD: 64-512

Sampling Rate Support of OPT/COA IN
PCM: 16-24bit/44.1K-192kHz

Support Format of Bluetooth SBC, AAC,aptX,aptX HD, aptX LL, LDAC
S/N:110dB (A weighted)
Crosstalk:≥ 65dB

Size .:29x11x17cm

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Alexander Brodskiy

Works great, fun to tube roll. Only issue is it gets very hot.

peter nutt

these amps are great. teamed it up with a mid 80's turntable to get that old school sound. and it did just that. nice and clean. plenty of inputs including blue tooth.

Matthew Hall

The TA-30 is my second xDuoo after the TA-20. The use case scenario for the TA-30 is to have it connected to my desktop computer instead of utilising the EVGA Nu Audio card. I listen to a range of different music from trance to classical and general streaming. I have HD600 headphones paired with the unit.

What I like about the TA-30;

1) It has the connection options I was after; Bluetooth, USB and optical,
2) Its a DAC-AMP with tube headphone amplifier,
3) Has the latest Bluetooth and DAC chipsets,
4) Supports all the sampling rates I will ever need,
5) Supports all the common Bluetooth audio codecs,
6) More than powerful enough to drive any headphone,
7) USB driver and software are minimalistic and straight forward to install (it also supports ASIO),
8) It works great on Linux (Ubuntu) with no additional drivers required - it also automatically switches to the sampling rate of the sound being played,
9) The TA-30 looks great at night with the tubes glowing,
10) At its price point and with its features its a good purchase.

What I dislike;

1) Volume knob needs to have an option to change the gain for better control. If you purchase a TA-30 be sure to turn the volume all the way down before plugging in your headphones. The TA-30 is that powerful it will make you deaf with the volume knob only slightly turned up.
2) It gets very hot! Be sure to keep this stored some place where the heat can vent away. Storing in a cabinet or enclosure may not be a good idea.
3) The OLED display, whilst not as bright as the TA-20, it would have been good to be able to turn this off. Either a timeout, a button or through the Windows software would have been fine.


The TA-30 came with an IEC C13 power cable included in the box. The pins on the plug are not insulated and are not compliant to AS/NZS 3112:2011. If you have young children in the home my recommendation is to purchase a new power cable.

This is personal preference, I wasn't a big fan of the ECC82 tubes that came with the unit. Even after breaking the unit in for a week, and similar to the TA-20, I did find the stock tubes fatiguing to listen to particularly with shrill of highs. So much so I had to take my headphones off to give my ears a break. I really do recommend using Genalex Gold Lion 12AU7 tubes with this unit. There is very good reason why these tubes are so popular and highly regarded. In the TA-30 they definitely bring sound to life in a much more rounded and vibrant way and the tubes seem to be suitable for all genres - and HD600's.

Compared to the TA-20 the same tubes glow a lot more brightly in the TA-30. I suspect the TA-30 is driving the tubes harder and likely to shorten the tubes life quicker then the TA-20.

There is a button on the front of the unit that cycles through a range of PCM and one DSD filters for frequencies above 20KHz. As far as I am aware there is no way to turn it off although I didn't really notice a difference between them - I kept it on L-SHARP.