The AC3 is beautifully constructed and delivers an ear-pleasing sound. However, its high output impedance and fickle connectivity compromise versatility and convenience.
Author Ryan Soo
Avid writer, passionate photographer and full-time student, Ryan's audio origins and enduring interests lie within all aspects of portable audio. An ongoing desire to bring quality audio to the regular reader underpins his reviewer ethos as he seeks to bring a new perspective on the cutting edge and budget dredge alike.
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