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Chord Electronics

Chord 2Go Wireless Streamer for Hugo 2

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Chord Electronic's anticipated wireless streaming device to mate with their Hugo 2 DAC / headphone amplifier. Hugo 2 sold separately.

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2go is a high-performance streamer/server that transforms the Hugo 2 DAC into a fully featured Wi-Fi- and Ethernet-enabled device with up to 4 TB of solid-state library playback, bringing the proven sound quality benefits of our award-winning Hugo 2 DAC technology to network audio.

2go benefits from 2x 2 TB-rated microSD card slots for digital storage and playback, enabling Hugo 2 as a high-capacity digital music server (using MPD), in addition to its music streaming abilities. Crucially, when using 2go with Hugo 2, (once charged) all forms of digital playback can benefit from battery power alone, negating the need for external power supplies for the ultimate in purist audio.

2go contains highly advanced miniaturised electronic engineering that, in keeping with all our amplifiers and DACs, uses proprietary British technology. Adding 2go to Hugo 2, creates the most sonically advanced compact music streamer available today.

Wireless convenience (2.4GHz Wi-Fi and A2DP Bluetooth) combine with the stability and performance of wired (Gigabit) Ethernet connectivity, the latter offering set-up-free plug and play operation. 2go also benefits from comprehensive audio interfacing and offers Tidal, Qobuz and Internet radio playback with Spotify (and others) earmarked for the future. 2go is also Roon Ready, offers gapless audio and DoP/Bit Perfect support, as well as being fully DLNA-compliant (server/renderer) and AirPlay-ready.

A key feature of 2go is its auto-switching input function: every audio interface is always on, therefore switching between inputs is as easy as hitting ‘play’ on the chosen control point app; 2go convenience-switches between all its inputs automatically, giving a seamless user experience when playing music from different sources or even streaming services.

Compatibility:

In order for 2go to perform as a fully functional streamer, a connection with Hugo 2 (DAC/Preamp/Headphone amp) or 2yu is required.

Power supply:

Internal battery with up-to 8hr playback. Desktop mode activated upon insertion of Micro USB charging cable).

Wireless connectivity:

Long-range 2.4GHz WiFi

Bluetooth 4.1 A2Dp

WiFi modes:

Connect to (allows 2go to connect to an existing 2.4GHz WiFi network) or Hotspot mode (activated within the Gofigure app, which allows 2go to broadcast its own WiFi network with SSID and password in the eventuality that the device cannot connect to a static network).

Wired connectivity:

Gigabit (GbE) ethernet

PCM and DSD Support:

44.1kHz – 768kHZ (16bit – 32bit) | DSD 64 to DSD 256 (via DoP)

File format support:

ACC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, OGG VORBIS, ALAC, WMA, MP3 and more…

Initial setup, configuration, and updates:

Via free Gofigure app available on iOS and Google Play store

Music storage:

2x Onboard Micro SD card slots (up-to 4TB of total storage)

Playback:

Roon (Endpoint), DLNA (server and render), AirPlay, Bluetooth audio (A2DP), Tidal, Qobuz, Internet radio and more coming…

Gapless playback:

Supported

About Chord Electronics

Chord Electronics have been producing cutting-edge digital-to-analog converters (DACs) and amplifiers, using innovative techniques and methods, since their founding in England in 1989.  Founder John Franks and engineer Rob Watts have once and again turned the audio world upside down with their outstanding and unique designs.

At the heart of every Chord DAC is an FPGA chip (field-programmable gate array), which Chord packs with thousands upon thousands of lines of code, to optimize the conversion for timing and noise, and deliver and incredibly natural, musical sound.  This sets Chord Electronics apart, as instead of turning to mass-produced, off-the shelf integrated circuits for the heart of their DAC's, they craft their own circuit in-house for each design. This is why no other DAC on the market sounds like a Chord DAC.