SNAMM12: Aphex Introduces HeadPod 4

New headphone amplifier is capable of driving four separate stereo outputs with individual level controls      17/07/12
SNAMM12: Aphex Introduces HeadPod 4


Aphex has introduced HeadPod 4, a compact, portable headphone amplifier capable of driving four separate stereo outputs with individual level controls from the selected input source. Aphex tells us that HeadPod 4 combines four independent Aphex stereo amplifiers and high quality converters in a rugged metal case and offers ultra low distortion and wide frequency response with headroom to spare.
An Aphex spokesperson told Sonic State, "Headphone amp designs built on a single channel of amplification suffer from degraded sound quality and volume levels when multiple, mismatched headphone loads are connected. HeadPod 4 overcomes the limitations of typical headphone amps through the use of four completely independent stereo amplifier channels that ensure minimum distortion and crosstalk regardless of the headphone loads connected, resulting in consistent volume levels, crystal clear audio and no clipping."
Top panel controls include a separate level control for each of the outputs together with a master level control, and an input source selector. The rear of the unit houses a pair of balanced quarter-inch jacks, a single stereo headphone extension input and a digital S/PDIF connection. Pricing and Availability:
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