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Dataz 23rd August 2012 11:00 PM

Help: Best T-amp for $300?
Hey guys,

I need your help. I know nothing about so called T-amps but I do know this, I want a small form factor but also power so I can play my XTZ 93.23 (6.5", 4-8 ohm @ 89 dB) fairly loud and fill the room (22 sqm) with music. I'm using my Mac Mini as source (Spotify).

Best T-amp for $300, max?

Not my picture.

Edit: I live in Sweden so I need 230-240 V @ 50 Hz.

Cristi 24th August 2012 07:02 AM

Here: Connexelectronic
On-Board Power Supply, compact size, just 230x100x36mm can easily fit into a 1RU enclosure.

Saturnus 24th August 2012 07:29 AM

The Truepath is probably the best Tripath amp, and by some accounts just the best amp at all. Period.

Designed and optimized by Swedish hifi enthusiast legends Benn Frisk and Ola Hesselvall.

41Hz Audio:Truepath kit

Dataz 24th August 2012 10:37 AM

Sorry, no DIY-kits for me, I know nothing about electronics. :o

theAnonymous1 24th August 2012 10:57 AM

For those speakers you are going to want something a little more powerful than the low power Tripath amps like TA2024.

Dataz 24th August 2012 12:11 PM

What do you suggest?

Saturnus 24th August 2012 01:02 PM

If we're to stick with the absolute elite of ultra hi-end amps then the hlly TA3020 amp comes to mind but that puts it way over $300


But the TA2022 chip is also known for being similar in sound quality to the TA3020 but with much less output capacity (the TA3020 can drive a BTL 1600W RMS amp).

HLLY TAMP-90 90W Class T AMP AMPLIFIER Tripath TA2022 [TAMP-90] - $280.00 : FM Transmitter, Low Power FM Transmitter,WIFI FM Transmitter,HLLY Electronics

And that is, with international free shipping below the $300 mark (although with customs it will be around $372 in Sweden).

Kjeldsen 25th August 2012 05:13 PM


Originally Posted by Dataz (
Sorry, no DIY-kits for me, I know nothing about electronics. :o

You know this site is called DIYaudio right:D

Kjeldsen 25th August 2012 06:29 PM

Sumoh TinyAmp S60 based on Texas Instruments and pure digital

| SUMOH | information

AP2 25th August 2012 06:46 PM

with the speakers that I see in the photo, I think you need a real amp though with limited power, perhaps 150w range with excellent sound definition. in particular on the high band.


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