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Schiit - Ragnarok

Own this at an EMI of ₹ 15,184. onwards

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Go for an easy EMI scheme which allows you to pay for your orders over a convenient period. A minimum purchase value of Rs. 500 is required to avail the EMI facility and the facility can be availed for tenures of 3, 6, 9 or 12 months.

This payment method is currently only available for customers using credit cards issued by Kotak, Axis, ICICI, IndusInd, HDFC & HSBC Banks.

After checking out, Select the "Credit Card / Debit Card / Net Banking / EMI" option, which will then direct you to the PayU Payment gateway. Select your card and check the installment value and the overall interest charged on the transaction. 

The interest rate charged varies from bank to bank. Here is a summary of the interest rates:

Bank Min Amount (INR) 3 Months 6 Months 9 Months 12 Months 18 Months 24 Months
KOTAK 500 12% 12% 14% 14% - -
AXIS 2500 12% 12% 13% 13% - -
ICICI 1500 13% 13% 13% 13% - -
INDUSIND 2000 13% 13% 13% 13% 15% 15%
HDFC 3000 12% 12% 13% 13% 15% 15%
HSBC 2000 12.50% 12.50% 13.50% 13.50% 13.50% -

These are annualized interest rates charged on a monthly reducing balance, which means that the principal amount is reduced with every EMI and the interest is calculated on the outstanding balance.

No processing or convenience fees are charged on any EMI transactions.


  1. Minimum Order value for EMI eligibility varies from Bank to bank. 
  2. EMI purchases need to be made on a single credit card and cannot be split across multiple cards.
  3. EMI monthly schedules begin from the next card billing statement post the transaction date as determined by your bank.


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Schiit, the audio giant has implemented it great expertise into high-end personal audio. The Schiit Ragnarok is the first truly universal amplifier,powerfully integrated not only to drive loudspeakers, but even sensitive in-ear monitors. This amplifier produces your audio with much accuracy and neutrality, with an amazingly large soundstage.

With up to 100 watts per channel into 4 ohms, 3 selectable gains, a sophisticated relay-switched stepped attenuator volume control, complete microprocessor management of all operational points, including bias and DC offset, and Schiit’s Crossfet™ circlotron-style output topology, Ragnarok completely suits its name—in Norse legend, Ragnarok was the “end of the world."

With its generous abundance of versatility, the Ragnarok is a worthy addition to any audiophiles collection.

  • Complete Integrated Amplifer

    Ragnarok includes 5 relay-switched inputs—two balanced and three single-ended, as well as balanced and single-ended preamp outputs for use as a preamp. For outputs, both balanced and single-ended outputs are provided for headphones, and balanced speaker terminal outputs for loudspeakers. 

    Drives IEMs & Loudspeakers

    Plug in your sensitive headphones and set Ragnarok’s gain to 1. You’ll enjoy a silent background, and the fine control that a 64-step attenuator can provide. Or run it with the most power-hungry orthodynamic headphones you're aware of. With gain set at 20, and 15W RMS into 32 ohms, you’re ready for an amazing performance. Also, with 60W per channel into 8 ohms, Ragnarok delivers amazing performance with most popular speakers.

    Only Signal in the Signal Path

    Ragnarok is an "intelligent" amplifier, using a microprocessor to oversee every aspect of its operation—from quiescent bias, to DC offset, to complete fault protection. It’s also designed so that any major problem mutes all the outputs and reverts the amp to its low-gain, zero volume mode. This means we can dispense with coupling caps and DC servos entirely, for a gain stage that has nothing in the signal path—except for your music.

    What Are Intelligent Microprocessors? 

    Lots of amps use microprocessors to oversee their fault protection.
    But Ragnarok goes much farther than that. It uses a 16-bit PIC micro controller and 12-bit DACs to monitor and regulate all operational points of the amplifier, including quiescent current, DC offset, and overcurrent protection. It samples key operational points about 30 times a second, and provides continuously updated control inputs to the gain stage about 3 times per second (or faster, in the case of a fault.) The benefits of this are as follows:
    1. Ragnarok's operating points won't change over time. Once it's on, and the control system has settled to its thermal operating point, Ragnarok's performance is consistent and predictable.
    2. Schiit can throw out the DC servo entirely. DC servos are a technique that many amps use to eliminate DC offset on the output without coupling capacitors.Ragnarok’s signal path is DC-coupled from input to output, with no DC servo—and no worries that the DC operating point will drift over time.
    3. If there is ever any fault (shorted speaker cables,  AC power loss, etc), Ragnarok is engineered to provide a hard shutdown to protect speakers and headphones—disconnecting all outputs, reducing the input volume to minimum, and defaulting to the lowest gain mode.

    Made in USA

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

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    20Hz-20000hz, -0.1db,
    2Hz-110000Hz, -3dB
    4 Ohms - 600 Ohms

    3.5mm Jack
    >0.006% (1KHz)

    Dimensions - 16in x 12in x 3.75in
    Weight - 14515 g

  • Five Years 

    Authorized Service Partner: Headphone Zone

    Manufacturer's Warranty covers only manufacturing defects. To claim warranty, please maintain a copy of your invoice and Contact Headphone Zone.

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