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Topping TP22 T-Amp TK2050 (TC2000/TP2050) Class T Mini Amplifier 30WPC

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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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  • 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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Topping TP22 T-Amp TK2050 (TC2000/TP2050) Class T Mini Amplifier 30WPC

Topping's TP22 Class T mini amplifier is perfectly suited powering nearfield monitors, bookshelf speakers... even modest tower speakers. Designed around the Tripath TK2050 IC, not only does this amplifier make power efficiently, it retains fidelity through each section of the signal chain.

Only the highest quality components are mounted onto the 24k gold-plated circuit board: An alps potentiometer, matched KOA resistors, Siemans, ERO, Nichicon, and Panasonic capacitors, Toko inductors, and OMRON low-loss relays make this amplifier better than state-of-the-art—it's truly a work of art, all covered in extruded aluminum chassis.

Loudspeaker protection is built-in, and this amplifier features dual, gold-plated stereo RCA inputs for connecting two sources. Gold-plated 5-way binding posts enable a multitude of loudspeaker connectivity. External power supply with 8.5 ft. of cord included. FCC, CE, and UL compliant.

Specifications: • Power output: 2 x 30W (4Ω @ 0.65% THD), 2 x 22W (4Ω @ 0.035% THD), 2 x 15W (8Ω @ 0.018% THD) • Input sensitivity: 200 mV • Input impedance 22 kΩ • Dimensions: 4.25" (108 mm) W x 7.09" (180 mm) L x 1.65" (42 mm) H.

Product Specifications
  • Special FeaturesClass T
Topping TP22 T-Amp TK2050 (TC2000/TP2050) Class T Mini Amplifier 30WPC
  • BrandTopping
  • ModelTP22
  • Part Number310-322
  • UPC844632093005
  • Product CategoryHome Audio Amplifiers
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (8 Reviews)
  • Weight2.75 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Topping TP22 T-Amp TK2050 (TC2000/TP2050) Class T Mini Amplifier 30WPC
Topping TP22 T-Amp TK2050 (TC2000/TP2050) Class T Mini Amplifier 30WPC is rated 3.875 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ideal powerWith its simple Input 1 and 2 switch, pure powering of my 4" bookshelf speakers, and its clean look, this mini-amp does the job in audiophile style.
Date published: 2015-05-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from WORST EVER AMPLIFIER!!!! PRONE TO FAILURE!!!As you connect the speakers make sure the power is off. If power is on DO NOT touch one of the speaker wires to the shield of the inputs as my wire accidentaly did, it will make a popping sound and ruin the circuit for both channels!!!
Date published: 2014-12-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from topping tp22Sending mine back. It has strange sound. I read a review somewhere about iswould play well with my Maggie MMG's. No way. Sounded Tragically Bad.Tried out several other speakers I have on hand. Sounded OK at best. I wasntimpressed ...
Date published: 2014-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality T AmpNot quite as loud as the DTA100 but in a very good way. Clean and clear gain all the way to the top. I use the TP22 to drive a pair of studio reference monitors. No headphone jack but I didn't need it. There are 2 inputs in the back so you can still hook up your iPhone with an adapter (not included) in addition to whatever your regularly running. Binding posts make speaker wiring easy. Highly recommended. Thanks for reading.
Date published: 2013-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exceptional "little" Integrated Amplifier.I recently purchased the Topping TP22 TK2050 Class T Amplifier 30WPC from Parts Express and am pleased with the purchase. I will note right off though that this is my second TP22; the first one arrived and had “issues” immediately upon startup (the left channel was 10 dB weaker than the right. I measure this with a mono source and dB meter - -unweighted). All was resolved after a quick call to the Parts Express (PE) Customer Service line. PE processed a no-questions asked exchange and one week later I had my system up and running.The TP22 is replacing a larger (60 watts/channel) A/B integrated amplifier that was built like a tank and had a bunch of nice but unneeded features. And to be honest, in my room, under my typical listening setting, I do not hear a difference in SPL between the two (I can get head-banging loud without the TP22 putting up a fuss.) What I do hear is a much more spacious soundstage - side to side, front to back. My stand-mount speakers really do disappear with the right music. I always thought this cliché, but it really does happen (with the right kit.) Considering my speakers cutoff (at +/-3 dB) around 60 Hz, there is not a lot of “punch”. If I could hook up my sub it would be interesting to hear how the amp does with that. The base, while not punchy is well controlled. The high end is not rolled off or harsh and the mids are not overly analytical or warm. Acoustic based music is a joy to listen to. Now for my nit-picks . . .I would like to have a pre-amp out so that I can add my powered sub-woofer. Also, a remote control for the volume would be nice (but not necessary). And I would like to have power ratings into 8 ohms (it seems a bit disingenuous to rate power at 4 ohms just to inflate the number some). More power is always nice, but at this price I can’t complain. Of these nit-picks, I would prefer the pre-amp out. I suppose I could purchase a new set of speakers, thus obviating the need for a sub, but I really like the stand-mounts I have.So, there you have it, a great little T-Amp, at a fair price, backed by exemplary customer service. You can’t go wrong with this combination.
Date published: 2012-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun Amp !This is my first time using a separate amp so I don't have too much to directly compare it with in this configuration.I'm using this amp to drive a pair of NHT Absolute Zeros from a X-Fi HD Soundcard in a 2.1 config. Plenty of power even though I'm running it full range currently and it sounds much 'clearer' than my Pioneer receiver I was using before.Runs cool, doesn't sound like it's ever straining, and feels like a quality piece of gear. The small rubber feet weren't even though so it wobbled on my desk until I adjusted that. Kinda feel stupid even mentioning that though.I think a line out instead of another input would be cool to have a way to feed a sub without using 'y' cables or anything. Thinking about adding a minidsp to take care of that maybe.Been looking for a new amp for a long time. For the quality of sound and price these amps seem tough to beat.
Date published: 2012-03-22
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Topping TP22 T-Amp TK2050 (TC2000/TP2050) Class T Mini Amplifier 30WPC

Is it 12 volt or 24 volt?  I dont see this in the description?

Asked by: JohnStebbins
This amplifier requires 20VDC power.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2015-06-15

This with Dayton B652 and Dayton sub 1200?

I have a dayton sub 1200 and Dayton Dta100 but that amp stopped working within the first hour of use. I was wondering if this amp would work ok with the Sub 1200 and 2 Dayton b652 speakers. Im new to this and im trying to understand wattage and ohms but its confusing. The B652 are 40 watt rms and the sub is 120 watt rms and im having trouble understanding how this amp would work with those properly. this may be a stupid question but im new to this. Also if this amp can support that ok then how much "more" could it take? Thanks
Asked by: Codys
Yes this amplifier will work fine for this application. You will have to wire the Topping amp into the speaker level inputs on the Sub-1200 and plug the B652 speakers into the speaker level outputs on the Sub-1200. Adjust the frequency and gain on the subwoofer until it sounds good and thats all there is to it.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2013-05-10

Bridge / Parallel this Amp?

Many other sites quote that this amp can produce 40W Mono on a single channel. Can I simply bridge the outputs on this amp (what would happen if I did)? Or do I need to solder the chip pins as referenced below in the Tripath spec sheet for the TK2050:"With the outputs connected in parallel, however, the TK2050 is capable of driving single channel loads down to 4 Ohms with very high power capability.For stereo mode operation, the TK2050 is a dual full bridge. For parallel mode operation, the TK2050can be configured as a single full bridge with double current capability by connecting the CONFIG pin to the VDD pin of the TP2050."
Asked by: Orden
There are technical drawings available towards the end of the manual which is available on the product page of each meter.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2013-02-19

stand alone or pre amp

to use this amp with an ipod, imac, sony walkman cd player and sony walkman radio would I need a pre amp ? Some sort of tone control would be nice.Thanks.
Asked by: aardvark 44
Small portable devices tend to have weaker outputs than home components. A preamp would be a great idea, especially if you like to tinker with tone controls like I do. I use a T-amp with a Adcom preamp and Oppo cd player. I set the volume on the T-amp about 1/2 way and leave it. It's a subjective setting, but it works well for me.
Answered by: Hedbngr68
Date published: 2014-11-23

Does the provided external supply support 100~240 VAC?

Asked by: h.sahgal
Yes these support 110-240v input.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2012-10-29

Can I use a 19V power supply?

I have an interesting Li-Ion battery pack that powers the 12v Lepai fine, but I can switch it up to 19v. Could this AMP take one less volt?
Asked by: Orden
While the TK2050 spec sheet says the chip can operate at up to 24 volts, the rest of the amplifier may have been designed to work with the voltage specified on the back of the unit. Any power supply that exceeds the specified voltage may indeed work fine, but you will surely void the manufacturer's warranty. Try contacting the manufacturer through their website and perhaps they can give a more concise answer.
Answered by: Hedbngr68
Date published: 2014-11-30
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