Schiit Audio's Fulla Headphone Amp

One of the best deals in audio from one of the most underrated audio companies in America.
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One of the best deals in audio from one of the most underrated audio companies in America.
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If you're looking to see what all these audiophiles are talking about, Schiit Audio has a great place to start with their new Fulla DAC/AMP. It's one of the least expensive options at on the market for $79 and it's Made in the USA. Can't say that about many of your electronics. 

Plug Fulla into your computer's USB port and you'll instantly improve your listening experience with one of the best DACs available and lots of power output for most headphones and in-ear monitors. It's definitely one of those desk essentials if you've got a great pair of headphones that could use some love with the help of a proper amplifier.

Cheat Sheet 

  • Frequency Response: 20Hz-20Khz, -0.1db, 2Hz-200KHz, -3dB
    Maximum Power:
  • 16 ohms: 400mW RMS per channel
  • 32 ohms: 300mW RMS per channel
  • 50 ohms: 220mW RMS per channel
  • 300 ohms: 40mW RMS per channel
  • THD: <0.004%, 20Hz-20KHz, at 1V RMS
  • IMD: <0.005%, CCIR
  • SNR: >101db, A-weighted, referenced to 1V RMS
  • Crosstalk: >-67dB, 20 Hz-20KHz
  • Output Impedance: Less than 0.4 ohms
  • Gain: 1.5 (3.5db)
  • USB Receiver: C-Media CM6631A
  • Bit Depth and Sample Rates Supported: 16/44.1 to 24/96, including 24/88.2
  • DAC: AKM AK4396 with Analog Devices ADA4610-based filter stage
  • Output stage: Analog Devices AD8397 high-current rail-to-rail amplifier
  • Headphone Output Size: 1/8", unlike all of our other amps
  • Power Supply: Via USB, with +/- 5V rails via high-current negative rail generator with inductor filtering and local regulation
  • Power Consumption: 0.8W typical