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Topping TP22 TK2050 Class T Digital Mini Amplifier 30WPC

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  • Artfully executed audiophile-grade amplifier
  • Top-notch components used throughout the signal path
  • Designed using the Tripath TK2050 IC
  • 30W per channel into 4 ohm loads
  • Dual source input
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Topping
  • Model Number: TP22 TK2050

Product Description

If you are looking for a reference class amplifier to power your critical listening monitors, look no further. Topping's TP22 is an artfully executed amplifier that easily produces 30W per channel.

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Technical Details
Item Weight2.6 pounds
Product Dimensions5.5 x 3.6 x 1.5 inches
Item model numberTP22 TK2050
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Best Sellers Rank #12,618 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableOctober 14, 2011
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77 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer TOP 500 REVIEWER on October 15, 2013
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I'm an audio pro, that is, it's how I've earned a living since the mid 1980's, schooled and experienced in recording and sound reinforcement and still learning. I used my first all digital amp about 30 years ago. I think using home theater for music can be much worse than the other way around. Now audio has a steadfast rule, keep to the minimum necessary electronics in the signal path. So your average consumer gear has a lot more than an amp and volume knob and this doesn't. With all the processors and amps in a 7.1 for $299 what sound quality should you expect? My racks of amps for live performance have only a volume, my active studio monitors have a volume, this has a volume. Most will notice how clean it sounds. So these T-amps (a nickname, they're class D) are my world on the cheap. I think this could be why so many are impressed by them. Try it with a CD and speakers about 6 feet apart and from you. Then thank the Chinese for bringing back the K.I.S.S principle to overindulgent Americans, or don't. But if you like headphone detail this Topping TP22 might get you closer to it with speakers.

I dug out a pair of Polk monitor 40s and connected them using tinned wires to the binding posts on the amp and yes it does take banana plugs. I have an older unused laptop so I connected a Focusrite 2x4 for digital audio conversion and to move the sound card from the computer noise, connected an RCA to RCA cable to the amp, loaded about a thousand WAV files and bam. This external device, the Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 USB Audio Interface allows 4 RCA line outputs plus a headphone out, just select it within Breakaway.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Andy T on March 1, 2014
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It amazes me how technology has changed the way I have approached computer audio over the years. First it was get a 2.1 PC speaker system and a good sound card. Then it was a sound card and some kind of powered speaker with a separate powered sub. I would have thought I would need a huge A/V receiver taking up half my desk to power some decent bookshelf speakers until I started researching and reading other reviews of these newer "mini-amps".

The TP22 is powering a pair of Micca MB42X speakers, for which I have written a fairly descriptive review here on Amazon. It is a great combo and the sound quality is very good. The amp is crystal clear all the way to maximum volume and the volume control has a nice feel to it- not to too heavy or light, nice and smooth. I should mention that my amp has an interesting "curve" when it comes to high volume output. It seems very linear and predictable up to about 80% or so, then the last bit of the dial gets really loud, really fast. I actually kind of like it and most of the time the control is set anywhere from the 12 to 3 o'clock position. There are no cracks or pops through the speakers during power on/off. Just a little click inside the amp, just like many larger amps will do.

I looked at many different t-amps before deciding on the TP22. Dayton and Lepai have offerings, but after more research and review reading, I decided the brand would be Topping. Then I had to choose my flavor. They have more and less powerful models, with other features such as DAC, headphone amp/output, multiple input configurations, etc. I chose the TP22 as it was described to be the best sounding model at all volume settings.
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33 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Ferbose on March 20, 2013
I am an audiophile and I have had 10 inexpensive (<$1000) integrated amplifiers in my various systems over 15 years, based on various technologies: single-ended tube class A, class A tube push-pull, MOSFET IC, class AB solid state, class AB tube push-pull, and tripath chip. In the end, I believe that if you want to enjoy good sound with low cost and great convenience, go for Topping TP22. Its sound quality is definitely hi-fi, pretty sweet and smooth. If you have $2000 speakers, then it may be worthwhile to buy a $1000 amplifier which will outperform this little amp. But otherwise stay with this little amp because its sound and build quality are both good. It generates little heat (no wasted energy), looks small and cute, hides anywhere on the desk, and drives normal speakers to pretty loud levels in a normal room with 30 watts. The volume control turns smoothly without noise, and the dual-input switch should be sufficient. The build quality is very sturdy, with nice fit and finish. No bells and whistles, just sweet hi-fi sound for an affordable price. I am a tube lover and I collect hundreds of audio tube. I generally dislike inexpensive solid state amplifiers for their edginess, but TP22 exhibits none of that. It sound better than the original Sonic Impact T-amp, and has much more power, too. Similar power to the Jolida JD301 I once owned, but even better sound. For anyone looking for an amp under $500, I think TP22 is perfect for you and you can save the money for better speakers (don't waster on cables).
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