Chord crams its flagship Ultima technology into its first-ever integrated desktop amp
Chord has packaged its proprietary Ultima amplifier technology into its most diminutive design yet. The Anni is the company’s first-ever desktop integrated amp, capable of delivering 10 watts of amplification to headphones and speakers through its 3.5mm, 6.35mm and banana-type speaker outputs.
The Anni draws on the Ultima circuit topology found in Chord’s high-end mono and stereo amplifiers.
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