Excellent condition and sound. No issues. Lightly used in an office setting. I have it set up so it has removable velcro belts around the amp so a Griffin leather case can be attached to it. The Griffin case fits a iPod Classic 120/160 gb model. The belts come right off, nothing sticky.
The amp has line out jack in the back that is controlled by the volume control, as well as the front controls and in and out jacks. This is the amp model, not the one with the built-in DAC. That would cost a lot more.
You get the amp, charger, a HiFi Man HM-101 mini USB DAC, the Griffin case, the velcro belts, a FiiO LOD cable, and a FiiO mini to mini cable. Free shipping in the states.
No ipod is included.
From a Soundstage review about the amp: "Like whatever headphones I was using at the time, with little editorializing of its own. I heard deep, full, tightly controlled bass that lacked nothing in the detail department without becoming overblown and darkening the sound. The midrange was clear, clean and even-handed. The treble was extended, detailed and had notable sparkle, though it didn’t display quite the airiness that a good standalone home unit has. HeadRoom attempts to build its products to sound good with many different headphones, so no one gets left out in the cold."
Concerning the Hifi Man HM-101: "I think the beauty of the HM-101 is in the simplicity of the set up, the volume control-less operation (done on the computer), and the superb soundstage performance," notes Mike in his October 20, 2010 post at Headfonia. "Not only does it pass the 'good quality' mark, but I happen to really enjoy its musical presentation."