Review: Luxury&Precision L6 – Swiping!

Full Specs

Basic parameters

Model: L6

Appearance size: 63x123x16.9mm

Display: 3.5 inch / IPS screen / OGS structure resolution of 480×320

Body material: 6 series aluminum-magnesium alloy

Rear cover: rosewood

Master: 1812C

DAC: AK4414 32bit decoder chip

Crystal: ultra-low phase noise -155db active crystal

Operational Amplifier: EXCELS-O

Headphone AMP: EXCELS-A

Coprocessor: ICE40LP1K-QN84

Power Management Chip: AXP192

PCB: 6 layers 3U Immersion gold Matte black

Inductance: low resistance large current metal alloy inductor

Analog circuit filter capacitor: silver military tantalum capacitors

Button, volume button: ALPS long-life series

Capacity: 32GB 24bit ECC FLASH

Expansion capacity: 256GB micro SD card (TF)

Use the charger Specifications: DC voltage input range 4.8-5.2V, the maximum output power adapter Recommended 1.5A and above adapter

Battery type: lithium battery

Battery capacity: 3000mAh

Life time: 11h (off screen normal volume non-high rate file single-ended output)

 

Setting parameters

Adapter headphone impedance: 8-600ohm (600ohm headphones need to balance the output in order to better drive)

EQ adjustment: 6 kinds of style adjustment

HP Output: Level 2 gain adjustment

Dop SPDIF: Support

Digital filter settings: 5 filter modes

Output phase setting: 0 degrees / 180 degrees

USB connection mode: MSC mode / Audio mode

USB DAC: The current firmware supports up to 96 kHz/ 16bit

USB Audio Delay Settings: Long Delay Mode / Short Delay Mode

USB power supply settings: USB power supply mode / self-power mode

DSD decoding settings: native DSD mode / DSD to PCM mode (in order to adapt to only support D2P decoder)

Line output part of the performance parameters

Distortion plus noise: <0.0013%

Signal to noise ratio :> 118db (single-ended)

Frequency response: 20Hz-20 KHz ± 0.5db

Channel resolution :> 98db 10K load

Line output level: 2Vrms

Headphone output part of the performance parameters

Output power 1: single-ended 200mW 16ohm, balanced 550mW 16ohm

Output Power 2: Single-ended 125mW 32ohm, balanced 360mW 32ohm

Output Power 3: Single-ended 13mW 300ohm, balanced 53mW 300ohm

Frequency response: 20Hz-20 KHz ± 0.5db

Signal to noise ratio :> 119.5db (balanced)> 118db (single-ended)

Output Impedance: Single 2.2ohm Balance 4.4ohm

Channel resolution :> 113db 32ohm load (balanced)> 75db 32ohm load (single-ended amp output)

Distortion plus noise: <0.0016% (32ohm load)

Output voltage: single-ended 2Vrms balanced 4Vrms

Maximum output current: 300mA 8ohm

Support audio formats: APE AAC ALAC FLAC WAV MP3 WMA DFF DSF AIFF SACD-ISO

Audio Interface: 3.5mm headphone jack, 3.5mm line output (LO) interface / 3.5mm coaxial digital output interface, 2.5mm balanced headphone jack, USB interface (data mode / USBDAC mode)

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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.

7 Comments

  • Reply March 16, 2018

    Guy Lamaar

    This is crying out for a Questyle QP2R comparison.

  • Reply March 31, 2018

    Dean Whiteley

    My thoughts exactly! L&P L6 or QP2R?

  • Reply May 13, 2018

    OpoO

    How does the club199 version compare to the normal L6?

    • Reply May 13, 2018

      Lieven

      Good question but it’s so limited that we didn’t get one unfortunately

  • Reply May 15, 2018

    Adam

    Yeah a qp2r comparison would be ideal.

  • Reply September 14, 2018

    LuiC

    Thanks, fantastic review as always..

    Question, L6 vs SP1000M?

  • Reply September 14, 2018

    John Churn

    Any review on upcoming L&P L4 please?

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