Triple header, midgard, skoll and hel+ralph
- Balanced. Skoll is balanced and differential all the way through, with both balanced and single-ended inputs and outputs.
- Discrete. Skoll is fully discrete. As in, individual transistors, capacitors, resistors, all the way through, in a unique topology Schiit refers to as Equipoise.
- No feedback. Skoll uses complementary pairs of bipolar transistors to keep distortion tamed. That means there’s no need for feedback. No feedback in either gain stage, and a passive RIAA network in-between.
- High voltage rails. Skoll runs on 64V rails to further increase linearity, which also means it has extremely high headroom and overload margin.
- Relay switching, gain, and loading. There are no electronic switches or other shortcuts in the signal path. All input switching, gain switching, and loading are done by precision relays, controlled by a microprocessor running custom firmware.
- Uber-quiet power supply and microprocessor. The power supply is dual regulated for extremely low noise, and the microprocessor itself sleeps between commands, its clock turned off to eliminate any potential interference.
- Remote control. All functions are adjustable via the included remote: input, R and C loading, gain, and LF filter, allowing easy adjustment from your listening chair.