Picture Sunday: MITER Cases

This week’s picture Sunday features the Miter leather cases. To check out recent Picture Sunday Posts click HERE.

Leather cases for DAPs and amps. Who doesn’t love them? Lately the higher end units and even the mid-fi units such as the Fiio X5iii have been supplying complimentary leather cases with their units. Others, like Chord with their Hugo, offer it as a paid option.

Supplying a leather case is one thing, but the quality of the leather cases isn’t always the best. Some companies, such as Luxury & Precision, always have the very best leather cases and others like Astell&Kern, have really good quality. Unfortunately not all supplied leather cases are of good quality and that’s where the aftermarket cases come in.

One of my favourite brands for aftermarket leather cases is MITER. I first found out about them on Instagram but they’re often being talked about on Head-Fi as well. In today’s featured picture you can see their latest Mojo case which has magnets on the back so that you can stick it to their AK70 case without using straps.

MITER has these kind of cases for the most popular DAPs, phones and amps. One of their most famous cases probably is the one which keeps the AK380 and the AK amp in one case. I myself use the MITER cases for the Mojo, the Fiio X5iii, the AK70, the AK380 and the DX200.


The MITER cases can be found on Amazon. Of course there are many other case makers, I just happen to like this one as they have good quality leather and they’re still very affordable.

Do you use leather cases for your gear? Which ones do you like?

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Lieven is living in Europe and he's the leader of the gang. He's running Headfonia as a side project next to his full time day job in Digital Marketing & Consultancy. He's a big fan of tube amps and custom inear monitors and has published hundreds of product reviews over the years.


  • Reply March 26, 2017


    Like the Dignis cases. Have them for the Cayin N5, and Fiio X3ii and X5ii. Sadly don’t see anything from them for the X5iii. Maybe I’ll try a Miter…

  • Reply April 23, 2018

    Darren Cotter

    I have a Miter case for the X7ii. The case is about 1mm short, leaving the top of the DAP exposed, as are the bottom corners. The worst thing is the openings at the bottom are misaligned which may be an issue if your headphones/IEMs have a large connector.

    The case for the Questyle QP2R still has the flip function. Why? The QP2R isn’t an Android DAP so you can’t watch movies or view pictures on it. Massive LOL.

    • Reply April 23, 2018


      I don’t really get the flip function either, but I have not ever had any fit issues with any of my Miter cases, and I have many now. Probably an isolated case, have you asked them about it?

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