Reviews for Fulla 2

The Master Switch
Rob Boffard

Ultimately, it’s impossible not to recommend the Fulla 2. 

Even if you don’t know the world of amps at all, and you just want something to improve your computer sound, then this is - by some margin - the easiest, most flexible and most effective way of doing so. Its versatility, solid sound and superb design make it highly worthwhile, and we think you’re going to love it. We did.

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Digital Audio Review
John Darko

For the newcomer, it’s a taste of high end audio minus the wallet pain. A DAC, a headphone amplifier and a pre-amplifier for the price of three or four new vinyl records. What’s not to like?

Like every single other Schiit Audio product that has preceded it, the Fulla 2 is sharply priced but feels a long way from cheap.

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Listening Session as History Lesson, b/w Schiit and Shinola—Together at Last
Stephen Mejias, Audiostream

"With good recordings, excellent recordings, and even with shitty recordings, the Fulla 2 consistently made music—compelling, colorful, fun music. It drove the Shinola Canfields easily and happily, allowing them to sound exactly like themselves, but better [footnote 3]. It did the same for my prototype AudioQuest NightHawks, offering an impressively large, immersive, and seductive presentation."

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