Geek Out: Portable USB DAC & 1000mW Headphone Amplifier

Price: $349.99
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Manufacturer Details

Despite its inconspicuous size, Geek Out 1000 produces enormous sound. Designed for professional level and consumer grade headphones alike, the Geek Out 1000 offers 1 full watt of pure Class A power capable of powering ANYTHING on the marketplace. The dual 1/8" analog outputs let you link several sets of headphones or speakers, so you can easily switch in between devices or listen with a buddy. A breeze to utilize, the Geek Out provides you audiophile quality at very little expense and maximum benefit.

Product Features

Not only is Geek Out the most powerful family of portable USB headphone amplifiers you can find on the market, it pumps out the power in pure Class A, the gold standard of amplification in most audiophile circles. Geek Out's volume attenuation circuit replaces the computer's volume calculations with its own, ensuring that your music remains bit perfect all the way through the conversion process. This way, it ensures that no information is lost before Geek Out gets the data. Geek Out features two user-selectable digital modes that go beyond digital filtration. These modes were developed specifically for Geek Out. These modes not only change digital filtration settings, but also the digital PLL windows of the internal DAC IC and the re-clock jitter removal circuit, along with other hardware installed into the DAC. To ensure computer speed fluctuations don't smear your music, we've developed a proprietary (and patent-pending) Three-Layer Buffer similar to the buffering technology many of today's high-speed computers employ. This is the first time such a design has been applied to audio. We've taken a different approach to volume control with our advanced 64 bit attenuation circuit, which uses an ultra-high resolution, zero noise, bit perfect mechanism.

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