- Choose Tube-Hybrid, Solid State or Both
You can get Mjolnir 2 as a tube hybrid, or as a pure solid-state amp—or get both, and switch between the two whenever you'd like. You can also swap the standard 6BZ7 tubes for anything in the 6DJ8, 6922, ECC88, and 2492 families, to “roll” the sound according to your specific taste. Or just go for the Schiit LISST (Linear, Integral Solid-State Tube) separately for a 100% solid state amp.
Pure Balanced, Differential Topology
Mjolnir uses Schiit's exclusive, inherently balanced and differential Crossfet topology—the only circlotron-style topology in a headphone amplifier. It’s balanced in and balanced out, with a custom 4-gang RK27 Alps volume pot.
Power and Control in Abundance
Mjolnir 2 puts out up to 8W/channel into 32 ohms, but is perfect for high-sensitivity headphones with switchable gain. Use the standard gain of 8 for hard-to-drive headphones, or switch to a gain of 1 for sensitive on-ear models and IEMs. Also, Mjolnir 2 offers both balanced and single-ended input, switchable via the front panel. Want more? How about both balanced and single-ended headphone outputs and balanced and single-ended preamp outputs. Mjolnir also makes a great preamp for your power amps or powered monitors.
Made in USA
The vast majority of the total production cost of the Mjolnir 2—chassis, boards, assembly, etc—goes to American companies manufacturing in the US. Making Schiit's Mjolnir 2 truly 'Made in USA'.
32 Ohms - 600 Ohms
0.005% (1KHz )
Dimensions - 16 in x 8.75in x 2.25 in
Weight - 5897 g
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or +91 750 664 6988.
“ The amp is dynamic, resolving, flexible, affordable, and, with the above caveat, quite powerful. I recommend it enthusiastically. Read More