Chord Electronics will use the UK audio show, Bristol Sound and Vision 2018, to mark the European debut of two new products, the new Qutest DAC and GoFigure, the forthcoming configuration app for the Poly music streamer.

The compact DAC, Chord Electronics’ Qutest, first shown at CES in January, will effectively have its European launch at the Bristol show. Based on the latest proprietary Rob Watts’ FPGA technology developed for the class-leading Hugo 2 DAC/headphone amp, Qutest will be undertaking all D/A conversion duties in Chord Electronics’ main room (SS Great Britain 1 Suite) on the Ground Floor, throughout the three-day event.

Chord Electronics will also have the first European demonstrations of GoFigure, the forthcoming configuration app for the Poly streamer. The app, along with Poly and Mojo, will be shown by the Chord Electronics team in the company’s second show location, Stand Bristol 6 on the Ground Floor. Factory staff will be on hand to answer questions about Poly and GoFigure, and advise on how the new app transforms the Poly user experience.

For more information on the Chord Qutest click here.

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