This Schiit is Bananas
No Schiit, Schiit is some real good Schiit! In the field of audio, specifically Amps and DACS, a new player came into the market in 2010. And within the short span of half a decade, USA-made Schiit gained viral recognition for their well designed, outrageously well-performing albeit fairly priced products. Schiit believes they are built to last a lifetime and can be passed on to generations. So a lot of its products, like the Bifrost are fully modular and upgradeable.
What we love about Schiit is that even after all these years, they choose not to have a specific corporate office. Their facility is a pure production floor, with everything happening right there! We also admire their pricing policy: they don't believe in sales, deals, or other offers. What we most love about Schiit, of course, is the tons and tons of Schiit puns!
Also, feeling like Thor while transcending the universe to Asgard through the Bifrost, while wielding the Mjolnir. Go forth and get this Schiit, Valhalla awaits. (Yes, we made a Mad Max: Fury Road and Schiit pun. You're welcome.)
Designed For Real World
Schiit products are the sh*t. Marvel at the weight, heft and solidity of their affordable and overbuilt products that have been built for the real world. They believe that local control of all the production aspects leads to phenomenal products. Literally all their stuff is manufactured in the US including the parts. They passionately design, assemble and test everything in Valencia, California.
Unlike other DAC manufacturers around the world that employ a reduced-bit technology called “delta sigma”, Schiit has innovated unique multibit DAC architectures that use current-production, medical/military grade D/A converters. These expensive multibit DACs have linearity specs that far exceed most DACs available today. Explore the Schiit Yggdrasil, Gungnir Multibit, or Bifrost Multibit to know more.
Unique Analog Approach
Even their cheapest headphone amp is a mini, fully discrete DC coupled, Lin-topology power amplifier. They aim for perfect channel matching, no ICs in the signal parts, and a relay-switched stepped attenuator that can comfortably drive all kinds of headphones or speaker systems - big or small. Have a look at the Lyr 2, Mjolnir 2, and Ragnarok to amp your mind with the details!