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Topping TP41 TA2021 T-Amp + Headphone Amplifier Mini Amp 25WPC

Brand:|Model: TP41|Part # 310-324
The Topping TP41 adds enhanced connectivity features to a great sounding Tripath Class T digital amplifier circuit design.
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  • CNC-machined aluminum construction
  • Gold plated 1/4" to 3.5 mm headphone adapter and IEC power cable included
  • Audiophile sound quality and up to 88% efficiency
  • Speaker protection circuitry
  • Gold-plated 5-way binding post speaker outputs
  • 1/4" gold-plated headphone output
  • Small size—fits almost anywhere

Product Details

Topping TP41 TA2021 T-Amp + Headphone Amplifier Mini Amp 25WPC

Topping's TP41 mini amplifier showcases the amazing Tripath TA2021 chip, the result of which produces an extremely efficient power amplifier with exceptional tonal quality. An equally elegant headphone amplifier is incorporated, adding yet another dimension of high fidelity audio enjoyment.

The TP41 keeps pace with much larger, bulkier stereo receivers and amplifiers, but in a compact machined aluminum enclosure that is right at home on your desk. Additionally, this amp features two sets of stereo RCA inputs selectable manually or auto-switched for use with multiple sources. Exceptional build quality is achieved through use of the highest quality components, including Elna capacitors, Dale resistors, and ALPS volume controls. Built-in power supply, power cable included.

Specifications: • Output power: 25W x 2 (4 ohms, 10% THD) • Tripath TA2021 T-Amp IC • Signal-to-noise ratio (SNR): 98 dB • Dynamic range: 98 dB • IHF-IM Distortion: 0.1% @ 1W (4 ohms) • THD Distortion: 0.05% @ 13W (4 ohms), 10% @ 25W (4 ohms) • Power efficiency: 81% @ 25W (4 ohms), 88% @ 13.5W, (8 ohms) • Input sensitivity: 200 mV • Manual or auto-switchable dual stereo, gold-plated RCA audio input jacks • Power indicator (Blue LED) • Dimensions: 5.71" (145 mm) W x 2.36" (60 mm) H x 9.45" (240 mm) D.

Product Specifications
  • Special FeaturesClass T
Topping TP41 TA2021 T-Amp + Headphone Amplifier Mini Amp 25WPC
  • BrandTopping
  • ModelTP41
  • Part Number310-324
  • UPC844632093012
  • Product CategoryHome Audio Amplifiers
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (4 Reviews)
  • Weight6.7 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 TP41 TA2021 T-Amp + Headphone Amplifier Mini Amp 25WPC
Topping TP41 TA2021 T-Amp + Headphone Amplifier Mini Amp 25WPC is rated 4.75 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple. GreatJust bought this to power some speakers from a SONOS connect that I have and to hook up a spare synthesizer that I have. Accomplishes both! Great sound. No clipping. Small size and cool to the touch.
Date published: 2015-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent mini-amp with limited gainThis Topping amp is an excellent mini-amp, perfect for use in a mini system, PC / MAC, or iPod / iPad application. The amp's chassis is very solid and surprisingly heavy, actually better than many so-called "high-end" amps. The switches, RCA input jacks, and binding posts are all excellent, again better than some high-end equipment, and unheard of in anything approaching the Topping amps pricing. All in all, its an outstanding value for the money. In order to keep expectations reasonable, I should note that the amp certainly isn't comparable to genuine high-end equipment in sound quality or performance (contrary to what some reviewers indicate), but such expectations are completely unreasonable given the under $200 price range of these amps. Given its excellent build quality and low price, my only complaint with the mini-amp is that is has very limited gain; even with the volume turned all the way up, no source (including a high-end DAC) could drive the amp to its full output level. A minor shortcoming is that under low-light conditions, the amp's blue power LED is overly bright, but its only a distraction under low-light conditions.
Date published: 2014-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Inexpensive entry to HiFiI bought this amp along with the Dayton DTA-100 to see which would be best for a room system that I could take on the road as a headphone rig as well. Both amps are surprising in their playback ability.I A-B-C'd them against a linn majik integrated amp. I used a Topping D20 DAC taking a 96/24 signal from my Macbook and fed it to each amp in turn which played through Triangle Stellas. No subwoofer. In this set up, the differences between the three amps were surprisingly subtle. Cranking the volume did elucidate the differences, however.The Linn is a high end amp, though not the highest in all honesty, and proved to be the best at having a nice even frequency response. What it really has is that depth and shimmer that hint at a live performance in front of you. I don't know how to describe it, but it is noticeable. I have heard other amps put the linn to shame in this department, but it still has this quality in spades. The Dayton DTA-100 doesn't have it. At all. And it has a little brightness to the top end as if the lower treble frequencies were subdued leaving the upper frequencies to stand out more. Plus, the bass was a little muddled. But it is the single best cheap amp I have ever heard. At $70-$100, there is none higher in this category and I have bought the fatman tube systems and sonic T-amps.The topping is better though. The bass is more controlled and that treble glare is reduced to a "characteristic" of the sound, not a problem of the sound. But the Topping is the cheapest amp I've heard that has that "live" sound. Reverb is not an effect played through this amp, it is a personality of the room the music was recorded in. That doesn't do it justice, but I don't know how to describe it. The Linn is better in this regard, but not $1400 better. This quality wasn't always present with the topping as it was with the Linn, the recording had to be of the right quality and character (chamber music, etc.) to make it stand out.The Topping cannot go as loud as the Dayton DTA-100 though. Not even close. Plus it is a larger piece. So if volume, size and weight are an issue, the DTA-100 might be a better pick even with its wall-wart power supply.I have paid $1400 and $2000 for the last two amps I've purchased, so I may not be the best person to give purchasing advice for hifi equipment. But I would say buy the Topping TP-60 and be done with it for just under $300. Though I haven't purchased it or heard it, it seems from this Topping TP-41 that the TP-60 would most likely equal or surpass the Linn in every regard. For an extra $80 over the TP-41, you get double the watts and double the transformers. You do lose the headphone amp though. Oh well.
Date published: 2013-03-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Heatsink case?After 8 hours of 1/2 volume driving a pair of minims 11's - did not get hot. Sounds pretty good for what it is ( think Amp for a pair of better computer speakers )I did disassemble the unit to find the case almost touching the PC board. (1/32 of an inch )Shipping options a bit pricey.
Date published: 2011-09-28
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Topping TP41 TA2021 T-Amp + Headphone Amplifier Mini Amp 25WPC

How does the "auto" input selection work? Does it combine the two audio signals?

Asked by: mixFM
The "Auto Input" will automatically switch to whichever input it senses a signal from. It will not combine both inputs together.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2020-07-04

Can a subwoofer be used with this amp?

I am planning to use a Topping amp, probably this one, with a pair of Overnight Sensation speakers (once I build the latter). Is there any way to also connect a subwoofer to the amp?
Asked by: bookmatch
This Topping will do an outstanding job with the Overnight Sensations, however, I would not recommend it as a subwoofer amp. The requirements of a subwoofer are quite different from typical full-range speakers, so we generally recommend employing a dedicated subwoofer amplifier which is designed to handle the task. We carry a wide variety of plate amps and freestanding subwoofer amplifiers, as well as the Dayton Audio APA150, which is very capable and has the added benefit of a relatively small form factor. I've linked it below for your convenience.
Answered by: RussR
Date published: 2014-06-09


Hi. The TP41 seems to be using AC in directly. Can I run it on 230V?
Asked by: karsteb
No, you do not want to run it on 230 VAC. According to the product description page......14 VDC, 4A switching power supply included...So you should use the power supply that comes with this unit, which is DC, 14 volt.
Answered by: BamaBoy
Date published: 2014-11-30
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