Chord Hugo TT and 2Qute to make their UK debut at Headroom this week
Britain’s leading digital and amplification expert, Chord Electronics, will use the forthcoming Headroom show for the European debut of the new Hugo TT DAC/headphone amp and the 2Qute DAC.
First seen at CES, Las Vegas, at the beginning of 2015, Chord has selected The Headroom Show at the legendary Metropolis Studios to reveal the devices to the public for the first time.
To make the European debut even more special, Chord Electronics has arranged two presentations led by MD John Franks and digital designer Rob Watts. The 45-minute sessions will commence at 2pm on each day of the show in The PMC Room on a first-come-first-served basis; attendees are advised to get to there early!
Both the Hugo TT and the 2Qute are based on the award-winning Hugo DAC platform, a ground-breaking D/A convertor that has redefined the genre. Hugo’s performance has been improved for 2015 in the new desktop-ready Hugo TT which will be available in February/March.
Thanks to a collaboration with The headroom Show and What Hi-Fi?, music lovers can win a Hugo DAC/headphone amp and a pair of Sennheiser HD800s in a fantastic competition with a £2,400 total prize value. Full details can be found on the What Hi-Fi? website.
The headroom Show will take place at Metropolis Studios, London, and will be open on Friday 30th January between 1pm and 7:30pm, and Saturday 31st January from 10am to 5pm. Metropolis Studios has recorded numerous artists including Queen, Michael Jackson, U2, Lady GaGa, Amy Winehouse, will.i.am, The Stone Roses, Lauren Hill, The Verve, Adele, Rihanna and more.
I plan to swing by on Saturday so, if you spot me, please say hi 🙂