I was wondering if anybody here is using this amp. I thought it would get more attention than it did, there's is a DAC present but the amplification is purely digital.
The successor (teac ai-501da) looks like a great amp too.
I had one for a week, quite nice, good range of inputs and the DAC is handy.
Well worth the £200 that Richer Sounds were selling them for (I got mine for £150 IIRC in one of their sales).
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I had one for a week ...
Fantastic then ...
Pretty ... and pretty proud of it
I thought it was good, especially for the price. It was intended for a second system but the Alternator on my car went in that week so as it was not being used in the main one I took it back. Felt a bit bad but richers were fine with it.
I was wondering if anybody here is using this amp.
I'm using one in my living room together with a pair of Larsen 4 loudspeakers and I'm very happy with it.
I only have two small complaints:
1. The included remote is a bit cheap. I use a programmable remote instead.
2. It only has a single optical input, but I managed to connect another optical source by using a simple optical->coaxial adapter.
I thought it would get more attention than it did, there's is a DAC present but the amplification is purely digital.
I also thought that.
Yeah, it looks great! (Both of my complaints have been addressed as well!)
Here's a link for others: http://www.teac-audio.eu/en/products/ai-501da-90193.html
Do you think this amp would be a good pairing for Wharfedale 121 speakers?
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