Audioquest Jitterbug FMJ


Developed with the DragonFly range, adding a JitterBug FMJ maximises your DragonFly’s performance.

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Audioquest Jitterbug FMJ

Now with a Full Metal Jacket, the AudioQuest JitterBug is a tiny accessory that has a big effect on reducing distortion.

Audioquest Jitterbug FMJ

USB noise issues 
Connecting your PC, Mac or laptop to your hi-fi gives the potential for top quality, digital audio.

The problem comes about with the computer’s USB output.

Because there’s so much going on inside a computer, there’s a lot of electrical noise – especially from the power supply.

Electrical noise means distortion and that means you don’t get to hear your music at its best.

Problem solved
AudioQuest’s JitterBug FMJ solves the distortion issue by simply plugging into your computer.

Discrete, dual circuit noise dissipation filters remove the electrical noise, giving you a cleaner, more natural sound.

Improved with Full Metal Jacket

Now featuring FMJ (Full Metal Jacket), the JitterBug is encased in a metal, rather than plastic body.

The metal body not only makes the filter more durable but also helps further isolate the audio signals from RF electrical noise interference – giving reduced distortion.

Another new feature with the FMJ model is the rubber bung. This effectively seals the exposed USB socket, when the filter is being used as a standalone, passive filter.

The perfect match for AudioQuest DragonFlies
AudioQuest’s popular range of DragonFly DACs (Digital to Analogue Convertors), transform your computer’s sound.

Plug in the JitterBug and the sound is improved further still. Developed with the DragonFly range, adding a JitterBug FMJ maximises your DragonFly’s performance.

Optimise your computer audio, with the AudioQuest JitterBug FMJ.



AudioQuest In 1978 William (Bill) Low began manufacturing custom audio cables for his new one-man hi-fi shop. Two years later, Bill got serious about making cables for the rest of the world, so in 1980, he founded AudioQuest AudioQuest becomes the first US high-performance wire company to introduce advanced conductor technology in its cables. From the “Linear Crystal” conductor of 1987 to the Perfect-Surface Metals of today, AQ remains at the forefront of conductor technology.

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