WIN! Chord Electronics’ Hugo2 DAC/headphone amplifier worth £1,800!!!

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WIN! Chord Electronics’ Hugo2 DAC/headphone amplifier worth £1,800!!!

We have teamed up with the clever guys from Chord Electronics to bring an exciting competition with the chance to win an outstanding Hugo2 DAC/headphone amplifier. This was reviewed by Chris Martens in issue 153 of Hi‑Fi+. Deeply impressed by the Hugo2, Chris wrote, “What’s different and better about the Hugo2 vis-à-vis the original Hugo? Just about everything. Chord sought to give the Hugo2 more power, lower distortion, and reduced noise floor modulation…the Hugo2 DAC is a 10-element pulse array design whose filter offers a stonking 49,152 filter taps”

He concluded by saying, “If I sound deeply impressed by the Chord Hugo2, that’s because I am. At this moment in time I really can’t think of any other transportable headphone amp/DAC that can directly compete with the Hugo2, or that even comes close. Granted, the Hugo2 is not an inexpensive product, but it performs at such a high level as a headphone amplifier and especially as a DAC that it deserves your careful consideration and our strongest possible recommendation”.

Competition Question

How many filter taps does the Hugo2 offer?

A. 49,152

B. 52,149

C. 94,251

To answer, please visit Chord Electronics dedicated competition page at Alternatively, send your answer on a postcard (including your name, address, and contact details) to Chord Hugo2 Competition, The Pumphouse, Farleigh Bridge, Farleigh Lane, East Farleigh, Kent, ME16 9NB

Competition Rules

The competition will run from December 7th 2017 until February 6th 2018. The competition is open to everyone, but multiple, automated or bulk entries will be disqualified. The winner will be chosen at random from all valid entries, will be contacted via email (where possible) and their name will be published in the magazine. The Editor’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Absolute Multimedia (UK) Ltd. is compliant with the Data Protection Act and UK laws apply. Our policy is such that we will not pass on your details to any third party without your prior consent.

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