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Where Can I Buy A T-Amp? [message #74482] Thu, 15 November 2012 15:57 Go to next message
VoigtClub is currently offline  VoigtClub
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A couple of years I picked up the first generation T-amp from Sonic Impact and was totally blown away by that cheap little box and just wished it would handle a tad more power. I know that Tripath has since gone out of business, but others are making T-amps now. I'm wondering now where is the best place to get some inexpensive T-amps to play with? I know about the 41hz site for audiophile experimenters, and I may try out some of their kits... But I'm also curious who's selling them retail, both as "toys" and as serious hifi systems.
Re: Where Can I Buy A T-Amp? [message #74510 is a reply to message #74482] Tue, 20 November 2012 18:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Nymeria is currently offline  Nymeria
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I've seen T amps on Amazon before. My guess is they are used, though, and I don't know if you would rather get one new.
Re: Where Can I Buy A T-Amp? [message #74513 is a reply to message #74510] Tue, 20 November 2012 19:51 Go to previous message
gofar99 is currently offline  gofar99
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Hi Try Parts Express, They still have them part number 300-380 at $44.80

I have one of the original ones and use it on occasion when I need a small portable amp. The ability to run on 8 internal AA cells is quite handy. The input and output connectors leave a bit to be desired and tend to be slightly fragile, but for the price I paid back then (about $25) what can you expect. Nice overall sound but not truly hi end.

BTW I also have a pair of the Super T amps that were available for a while (nice metal cases, better components and really good connectors). I use them on my TVs to boost the sound and feed some vintage full range speakers (Klipsch and Altec Lansing). They work quite well for that.

Good Listening
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