Schiit Fulla 2 AIO DAC/Headamp Quick Impressions and Measurements The Fulla 2 actually sounds a lot like the Magni / Modi 2 stack. Maybe 5% less slam. 5% less micro-stuff. 5% less attack. 5% smaller stage. 5% less clarity. You get the idea. Also feel free to catch up here for more subjective impressions (might have to skip a few pages): https://www.superbestaudiofriends.org/index.php?threads/schiit-fulla-2-released.3439/ I am actually kind of curious what others said about it. I have not read anything in that thread past the point where folks started to talk about its sound. A worthy competitor might be this: http://www.superbestaudiofriends.or...mpressions-and-measurements.4649/#post-147430 Like the Douk, the Fulla 2 has provisions for extra power from a USB phone charger. Both connectors (to computer USB port and power) on the back are micro USB. The Fulla 2 and Douk sound alike, both exhibiting a bit of warmth. Going back and forth, it was initially difficult to tell them apart. I had to take about an hour listening to each to accustomize myself to their sound. The Fulla 2 seems a tad clearer, moderately more incisive, and less glossed over. Also, unlike the Douk, plugging in the extra power connector made a small but very notable improvement in sound quality when using the HD650: less strain, smoother treble, and more lively - better microdynamics. The volume knob is a godsend. Thank you @schiit! Trying to set volume on Windows UI sliders with a mouse is like steering the Enterprise-E with touch screen panel. The fact is, when the Enterprise-E is in deep doo doo, like in an asteroid field with hundreds of lives at stake, Commander Riker is going to use a fricking joystick to get them out of trouble. Measurements below. Taken at 0.525Vrms into 330ohms so they can be comparable to the Douk DSD. 1kHz 600Hz and 1700Hz The measurements are 20db worse then the Douk's, but at 70-80db below the fundamental, not likely to be audible.