Schiit - Lyr 2
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Own this at an EMI of Rs. 3,572 onwards
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Lyr 2 is one of the most flexible headphone amps available, offering both tube hybrid and all-solid-state options. You can also switch between the tube and solid state whenever you want to!

Made in the USA, the Schiit Lyr 2 is a complete control center for your desktop system, with preamp outputs for powered desktop speakers, as well as a gain switch for use with virtually any headphone.

    • Flexibility for All Headphones 

       With the Lyr 2, you can discover what a high-power tube hybrid amp can do. Or get LISST and go 100% solid-state. Or do both! No other amp offers you this unparalleled flexibility. You also get gain switching and a 100% regulated heater and high-voltage supply that makes Lyr 2 fully ready for efficient headphones and most IEMs. And you'll have tons of power—Schitt's Dynamically Adaptive output stage transitions seamlessly from Class A to Class AB, for excellent overall efficiency. 

      Works with IEMs, Orthos & Active Monitors

      The Lyr 2 offers two gain settings ie. the gain of 1 is good for most sensitive headphones, including efficient on-ear models and many IEMs, while the gain of 8 is ideal for inefficient orthodynamics and high-impedance headphones. Also, the preamp outputs can easily beattached to powered speakers, for a complete desktop system.

      Dynamically Adaptive Output Stage

      Schiit's Lyr 2 has a current-sensing adaptive output topology which allows the amplifier to dynamically adjust to the headphone load. The primary benefits are essentially single-ended Class-A operation for high-impedance headphones, moving seamlessly to push-pull Class A and finally into Class AB as current needs increase thereby leading to  much higher overall efficiency.

      Roll Your Own Music

      Like Lyr, Lyr 2 lets you "roll" many different tube types to your own preference. You can use a multitude of Schiit tubes and get the sound you're looking for. 

      Made in USA

      The vast majority of the total production cost of the Lyr 2—chassis, boards, assembly, etc—goes to American companies manufacturing in the US. Making Schiit's Lyr 2 truly 'Made in USA'.

    • 20Hz-20000hz, -0.1db,
      2Hz-500000Hz, -3dB

      32 Ohms - 600 Ohms

      3.5mm Jack

      0.01% (1KHz )

      Dimensions - 9in x 6in x 2.25 in
      Weight - 2721 g


      Five Years 

      Manufacturer's Warranty covers only manufacturing defects. For more details, check our Warranty Page.

      To claim warranty, please maintain a copy of your invoice and Contact Headphone Zone (authorised service center) at or +91 750 664 6988.

    • Overall, I would say the Lyr 2 is a mix between the speed and cleanliness or the Asgard 2, and the warmth of the Valhalla 2, while having more power than either one. There is simply this sonic sense of a step up from entry level desktop amps to the Lyr 2 in terms of dynamics and physicality, and it has more dynamic punch than the Valhalla 2, at least with the latter's stock tubes. Schiit Audio products are all good performers in their respective price points, but the Lyr 2 is where Schiit starts to sound great.

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      " A quickie comparison with the new Marantz HD-DAC1 headphone amp/digital converter perfectly illustrated the Lyr 2's strengths. With my Oppo PM-1 headphones the Lyr 2 uncorked superior dynamics, brawn and heft; the Marantz was thinner, dimensionally challenged and much less fun to listen to. In fact, try as I might, I couldn't find anything the Marantz did better. The Lyr 2 has soul -- oodles of it -- whereas the Marantz was a major disappointment."

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