HIDIZS SD2 Review - cqtek

HIDIZS SD2 Review - cqtek

The SD2 has been constructed from aluminium alloy and resin, with a Mecha-style appearance. It is an irregular pentagonal tablet, with rounded corners. The design is very compact and despite its irregular shape, it fits very well into portable devices. 

The SD2 is compatible with Windows, iOS, Android, HarmonyOS and other systems. It can connect to PC's, laptops, smartphones, tablets, iPhone 15 and game consoles. Supports in-line control and HD microphones.

It can convert microphone audio streams to 24-bit, 48 kHz.

The Hidizs SD2 And as usual with Sabre, its sound is quite precise, with a certain analytical tendency for the cutting of the notes, which are subtly abrupt, giving an account of that somewhat cooler, more marked, energetic and vibrant excited sound that characterises many chips of this brand. Actually, I've always commented that I like this kind of slightly punchy profile. The SD2 has a neutral presentation that is more explicit than soft. This makes the musicality more eloquent and intense, which is fine for day-to-day use, as well as for use as a companion when watching series, movies or playing games.

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