Not a great deal of information about this very pretty little headphone amplifier from New Yorks based Woo Audio, other than it is the company’s smallest product and has a 32/192 USB DAC built in.

It’s imaginatively called the WA7, operates in pure class A and was launched at the Rocky Mountain audio Fest.

More news as soon as we have it.

 

 

 

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  1. Nice looking little thing, dual purpose so you can use it as a paperweight on your desk too? Seriously it looks like its quality built, will you be reviewing it?

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