iFi Audio xDSD Gryphon Bedienungsanleitung

iFi Audio xDSD Gryphon
7.5 · 1
PDF Bedienungsanleitung
 · 1 Seite
BedienungsanleitungiFi Audio xDSD Gryphon

10. Input selector/Bluetooth pairing

This button cycles between the following inputs:
USB > Bluetooth > S/PDIF > Line (Balanced 4.4mm/S-E 3.5mm)
Note: Please select the input channel according to your audio source input mode. For example, you need to switch the input channel to ’USB’ when using the USB input.The xDSD Gryphon receives Bluetooth signals via aptX, aptX HD, aptX Adaptive, aptX LL, LDAC, LHDC/HWA, AAC and SBC.
Bluetooth pairing
When the Bluetooth input is selected, the Bluetooth icon in the
display will flash and search for a previously paired device. If a
stored device is not found, it will automatically enter pairing
mode and flash.
Press and hold the button (1s) to enter pairing mode until the
Bluetooth icon flashes. To pair, find the ‘iFi Hi-Res Audio’
Bluetooth device from the nearby devices list on your phone.
The xDSD Gryphon can store up to 8 paired Bluetooth devices.

11. OLED display

The OLED display shows the audio format, sampling rate,
volume, input mode, XSpace/XBass II and battery level.

6. Multi-function knob

- Power ON/OFF (long press 3s)
- Analogue volume control (turn)
- Mute/Unmute (a short press)
- Menu settings (long press item 9 Settings button (1s). Control
menu refer to item 9)
Power ON/OFF
Long press the power switch to power on/off.
Analogue volume control
Warning: Due to the high power of xDSD Gryphon, always start at a low volume level, so there is no risk of damage to your headphones or your hearing. iFi audio is not responsible for any hearing or equipment damage from misuse.
Menu settings
I) USB data port charger (Item 15. USB-C input)
'ON', this port can be used for charging.
'OFF', this port is for signal input only.
II) BT voice prompt
ON/OFF mode, turn on/off Bluetooth voice announcement.
III) Screen Brightness
With the 'high' and 'low' brightness modes, the display will remain
On. With the brightness mode 'off', if no operation is performed,
the display will go to sleep after three seconds.
VI) Digital filter
The following 3 digital filters are available:
'BP' , no digital filteringBit-Perfect
'GTO' Upsampled to 384/352kHz, minimum filtering,
no pre-ringing, minimum post ringing
'STD' Modest filtering, modest pre and post ringing

7. XSpace Matrix LED

The XSpace Matrix(on/off ) recreates a holographic sound field.
It is a pure analogue signal processing circuit designed for
listening to headphones as if one was listening to speakers. This
addresses the 'music inside the head' sensation, which makes for
uneasy listening.

8. XBass II LED

Many headphones lack the correct bass response. XBass II is an
analogue circuit designed to 'add back' the lost bass response for
more accurate reproduction of the original music.
Tip: Sonically-hindering DSP is NOT used for XBass II nor XSpace matrix systems. They use the highest-quality discrete components and operate purely in the analogue domain. Hence all the clarity and resolution of the original music is retained.

9. Settings

Cycles between:
Off > XBass II > XSpace > XBass II and XSpace (short press)
Menu settings (long press)/Return to Home (short press)

1. S-Balanced 3.5mm headphone output

Connect 3.5mm headphones.

2. Balanced 4.4mm headphone output

Connect balanced 4.4mm Pentaconn headphones.

3. Audio Format LED (kHz)

The LED colour scheme indicates the audio format and sampling
frequency received by the xDSD Gryphon from the music source.
LED Mode
Yellow PCM 48/44.1kHz
White PCM 768/705.6/384/352.8/192/176.4/
Cyan DSD 128/64
Red DSD 512/256
Green MQA
Blue MQA Studio
Magenta Original Sample Rate*


Magenta USB
Blue Bluetooth
Green S/PDIF
Yellow Line (Balanced 4.4mm/S-E 3.5mm)

5. Volume LED

The LED colour scheme indicates the current volume level.
LED Volume
Red -2 to +6 dB (100%-92%)
Yellow -20 to -3 dB (91%-74%)
Green -38 to -21 dB (73%-56%)
Magenta -56 to -39 dB (55%-38%)
Blue -95 to -57 dB (37%-0%)
Flashing LED -Mute
651 2 3 4 7 8 9 10
12 13 14 15 16 17 18

12. XBass II mode adjustment

Research into headphone frequency response showed that a
purely 'flat' response is not correct. Our long present XBass fits
the profile of the low-frequency correction required. However, it
was also shown that a certain amount of upper midrange boost is
needed to give many headphones a more 'natural' sound.
This upper midrange region is usually called the 'presence'
region; we have used this term to indicate the upper midrange
correction. In the xDSD Gryphon, XBass II (or perhaps better HP-
EQ) can be selected to have either Bass + Presence correction,
only Bass or only Presence correction.

13. USB-C (5V) charging input

For charging only. Due to the very high-power nature of xDSD
Gryphon, it will take ~12 hours and ~6 hours for a standard and
high-powered charger, respectively, to fully recharge.
Tip: When the xDSD Gryphon is off and a 5V USB power supply is detected, the LED will change colour to show the various states of charge (see next section).Tip: We advise you to charge the xDSD Gryphon switched off. You can listen to music while charging, but it may take longer to be fully charged, depending on the volume level and the headphones used.Tip: The xDSD Gryphon may be slightly warm to touch when it is simultaneously in use and being charged.

14. LED for Battery Status

LED Status
Green* > 85%
Yellow * ≤ 85%
Red (flashing) ≤ 10%
*Battery LED will flash when it is charging.

15. USB-C input

Connect your phone to the xDSD Gryphon with a Lightning to
USB Camera Adapter (Apple) or USB On-The-Go (OTG) cable
(Android). When using other audio sources, please connect
with a USB cable. This USB-C port is for data transfer only, it can
also be configured to charge, see item 6, Menu Settings(I).
Tip: For Apple iOS and Android devices, please use battery power, otherwise youmay receive error messages from your device.Note: For use with PC it is necessary to download drivers.Tip: For the required driver and all the latest firmware updates please refer to our website: www.ifi-audio.com/download-hub/

16. S/PDIF 3.5mm Coaxial/Optical input

When USB-C (item 15) is not used, connect to a Coaxial/Optical
cable (through a Toslink Mini-Plug).
Tip: The USB signal has priority over S/PDIF. To enter S/PDiF mode, please make sure there is no signal going through the USB input.

19. iEMatch switch

With the iEMatch, even the most sensitive In-Ear-Monitors
(IEMs) can be matched to the xDSD Gryphon.
= 3.5mm headphones = off = 4.4mm headphoneiE Match
of f
3. 5
4. 4
Techno logy li cense d from AMR -Audi o, UK
Asse mbled i n China
4. 4
kH z
3. 5


SpecificationsInputs: USB-C
Bluetooth 5.1 (aptX, aptX HD, aptX Adaptive, aptX LL, LDAC, LHDC/HWA, AAC and SBC Codec) S-PDIF 3.5mm Coaxial Balanced 4.4mm Single-Ended 3.5mmFormats: DSD DSD512/256/128/64, Octa/Quad/Double/Single-Speed DXD 768/705.6/384/352.8kHz), Double/Single-Speed DXDPCM 768/705.6/384/352.8/192/176.4/96/88.2/48/44.1kHzMQA DecoderBluetooth Up to 96kHz
DAC: Bit-Perfect DSD & DXD DAC by Burr Brown
Line SectionOutputs:Balanced: 6.7V max. (variable) UnBAL: 3.5V max. (variable) Output Impedance:Balanced: ≤200ΩUnBAL: ≤100ΩSNR: Balanced: <110dB(A) @ 0dBFSUnBAL: <110dB(A) @ 0dBFSTHD+N: Balanced: <0.007% @ 0dBFSUnBAL: <0.015% @ 0dBFSHeadphone SectionOutputs:Balanced: 6.7V max. @ 600ΩUnBAL: 3.5V max. @ 600ΩOutput Power:
Balanced: >1000mW @ 32 Ω; >74mW @ 600Ω
UnBAL: >320mW @ 32Ω ; >40mW @ 300Ω
Output Impedance:Balanced: <UnBAL: <THD+N: <0.005% (1V @ 16Ω )SNR: Balanced: <116dB(A) @ 0dBFSUnBAL: <115dB(A) @ 0dBFS
Battery: Lithium-polymer 3600mAh
Power System: Charging via USB-C, BC V1.2 compliant up to 1900mA charging currentDimensions: 123 x 75 x19 mm 4.8" x 3.0" x 0.7"Weight: 215 g (0.5 Ibs)Warranty period: 12 months*Specifications are subject to change without notice.

17. Balanced 4.4mm line input/output

a) Output (variable) - when the input mode is USB, Bluetooth or
b) Input - when the input mode is Line

18. Single-ended 3.5mm input/output

a) Output (variable) - when the input mode is USB, Bluetooth or
b) Input - when the input mode is Line


Sehen Sie sich hier kostenlos das Handbuch für iFi Audio xDSD Gryphon an. Dieses Handbuch fällt unter die Kategorie Empfänger und wurde von 1 Personen mit einem Durchschnitt von 7.5 bewertet. Dieses Handbuch ist in den folgenden Sprachen verfügbar: Englisch. Haben Sie eine Frage zum iFi Audio xDSD Gryphon oder benötigen Sie Hilfe? Stellen Sie hier Ihre Frage


Brauchen Sie Hilfe?

Haben Sie eine Frage zum iFi Audio xDSD Gryphon und die Antwort steht nicht im Handbuch? Stellen Sie hier Ihre Frage. Geben Sie eine klare und umfassende Beschreibung des Problems und Ihrer Frage an. Je besser Ihr Problem und Ihre Frage beschrieben sind, desto einfacher ist es für andere iFi Audio xDSD Gryphon-Besitzer, Ihnen eine gute Antwort zu geben.

Anzahl der Fragen: 0

iFi Audio xDSD Gryphon-Spezifikationen

Nachfolgend finden Sie die Produktspezifikationen und die manuellen Spezifikationen zu iFi Audio xDSD Gryphon.

Marke iFi Audio
Model xDSD Gryphon
Produkte Empfänger
Sprache Englisch
Dateityp Benutzerhandbuch (PDF)

Häufig gestellte Fragen

Finden Sie die Antwort auf Ihre Frage nicht im Handbuch? Vielleicht finden Sie die Antwort auf Ihre Frage in den FAQs zu iFi Audio xDSD Gryphon unten.

Ist Ihre Frage nicht aufgeführt? Stellen Sie hier Ihre Frage

Keine Ergebnisse