Topping TP60 T-Amp Tripath TA2022 50WPC (80WPC 4 Ohm) Mini Amplifier

Brand:| Model: TP60
The TP60 is Topping's flagship mini amplifier. It's designed using the venerable Tripath TA2022, dual toroidal transformers, and top-notch components throughout. When only the best will do, choose the Topping TP60.
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  • Amazing power output—up to 80W per channel
  • Valve-like soundstage with buttery midrange
  • Small footprint—11-3/8" L x 6-5/8" W x 2-3/8" H
  • Dual toroidal transformers with top quality components
  • Two sets of RCA stereo inputs with front-mounted source switch
  • 8 mm thick aluminum chassis
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Weight: 12.05 lbs.  
Regular Price$208.90
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Part # 310-326
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Topping TP60 T-Amp Tripath TA2022 50WPC (80WPC 4 Ohm) Mini Amplifier

As the flagship of the Topping line of mini amplifiers, the TP60 is an exercise in no-holds barred design creating—quite possibly—the perfect amplifier for audiophiles. Flush with features, the Topping TP60 is built around the Tripath TA2022 which features DPP™ digital power processing and includes one dedicated toroidal transformer per channel for extremely stable rail voltages; making for an amplifier that lives up to its rated output without running out of gas.

Only the highest quality components were chosen to maintain signal fidelity from input to output, maintaining spaciousness and the critical midrange that most amplifiers don't seem to get right. Look inside and you'll find an Alps potentiometer, OMRON relays, ERO and CDE capacitors, Dale and Sanyo resistors, hand-wound inductors, gold-plated RCA input jacks and 5-way binding posts... no detail has been overlooked and loudspeaker protection is built-in to protect your investment.

One of the most amazing aspects of this amplifier is its size. Since this amplifier is up to 88% efficient, fans and extraordinarily large, space-consuming heatsinks are not required. What this means is that an amplifier that's only 11.375" long x 6.625" wide (faceplate is 7" wide and 3.375" H (including feet) can replace the huge amplifiers of yesteryear without sacrificing power.

Two sets of RCA inputs allows you to connect multiple sources that are switched via a front-mounted source select switch. Two sets of isolated 5-way binding posts offer banana, spade, speaker pin, and bare wire connectivity. A 5.5 foot IEC power cable with right-angle plug is included.

Specifications: • Power output: 2 x 80W (into 4Ω @ 10% THD), 2 x 48W (into 4Ω @ 0.1% THD), 2 x 50W (into 8Ω @ 10% THD), 2 x 27W (into 8Ω @ 0.1% THD) • Dynamic range: 102 dB • Signal-to-noise ratio: 98 dB • Power efficiency: 81% @ 80W into 4Ω, 88% @ 50W into 8Ω • Input sensitivity: 200 mV • Input voltage: 110 VAC, 60 Hz • Weight: 11 lbs. • Dimensions: 11.375" (288.9 mm) L x 6.625" (168.28 mm) W x 3.375" (85.73 mm) H.

Note: Class-T amplifiers will get interuption from RF transmissions or receptions, such as AM or FM radio.

Product Specifications
  • Special FeaturesClass T
Topping TP60 T-Amp Tripath TA2022 50WPC (80WPC 4 Ohm) Mini Amplifier
  • BrandTopping
  • ModelTP60
  • Part Number310-326
  • UPC844632093029
  • Product CategoryHome Audio Amplifiers
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (16 Reviews)
  • Weight12.05 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 TP60 Tripath TA2022 50WPC (80WPC 4 Ohm) Mini Amplifier is rated 4.75 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Value for the MoneyI bought this amp following my reading of earlier reviews and because I needed something more powerful than the Dayton DTA-100 micro-amp I currently own (driving a couple of smaller speakers connected to an Internet radio,....and very well). My initial impression of the TP-60 is that it produces a very clean sound and possesses more than enough power for my needs (currently driving tower speakers on the deck). The sound is crisp and precise, and the bass is smooth and powerful. I have not had the amp running for more than 12 total hrs., but I trust my appreciation for it will grow in the coming weeks as I introduce it to a greater variety of music and better speakers. I am pleased with this purchase and Parts Express has come through yet again.Although my ears may not be as discerning as those of an audiophile, I highly recommend this amplifier for its price and performance.
Date published: 2014-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from "Giant Killer" is Right!I started my foray into small T-Amps with a Topping TP20MK2, but wanted something more powerful. The TP60 is just that -- and its sound/tone blows away the TP20! The TP60 is "warmer" with a better midrange and tighter upper-bass presence than the TP20, which seemed a little more tilted towards the highs and low-bass to me. (In that regard, the product description of "buttery mids" is right on target.) In short, the TP60 is a great sounding amp for the money. It's bigger than other T-Amps, thanks to the internal power supply, but still small enough to fit on a desk, and much smaller than larger integrated amps or receivers. Overall, I think its sound rivals much more expensive amps and receivers. (It reminds me a lot of some NAD and Marantz amps.)
Date published: 2014-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from my 2nd topping ampI purchased this uniot mostly out of curosity. With the good reviews I did not think I was taking much of a chance. I was right this unit is great for what I need it for. Just for kicks I hooked it up to my Pioneer HPM-100s. Not the sound I get from my Phase Linear gear but very nice just the same.
Date published: 2014-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing performanceI have been looking for an amplifier for my studio. It was meant to upgrade my Dayton TA-100 which seemed to have trouble driving my new set of tower speakers. Willing to spend up to 500, I read hundreds of reviews, and auditioned what I could within my price range. The last one I auditioned was the the NAD 326. It was hooked up to top of the line speakers, but it still sounded harsh.Seeing that the Topping TP60 had positive reviews, I ordered one. It is what other reviewers say: a little gem worth every penny.PROS:- Two toroidal transformers.- Great imaging- Warm sound- Tight, accurate bass- Rich sound- Able to drive with ease tower speakers (PSB Imagine T6)CONS:- Bright blue light- A faint hum audible only within 6 inches, but completely unnoticeable under most listening conditions.- A slight, hardly noticeable sibilance in some recordingsThere is no other amplifier what will give you this sound for this money.
Date published: 2014-05-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great amp. It takes time to break in. Does not sound good out of the box.Like other reviewers state, this amp sounds harsh out of the box. As is breaks in it sounds better and better. I also own the Topping TP 20. I did not have this issue with the TP 20.As this amps breaks in, the sound gets more and more amazing. I am using it with Infinity bookshelf speakers but am shopping for higher end bookshelf speakers to take the sound to the next level. Use good cables.
Date published: 2013-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great price to sound quality value!Bought TP-60 to replace Dayton 100a. Why? Because the TP-60 does not require the switching power supply. I felt its better power supply would provide better definition & low end to my system & it does. My speakers are Wharfedales W70 Mark II's (stock) with 10-11 inch woofer & I now get much lower bass than before. Also, the midrange & the highs are more defined, as the TP-60 unlocks & digs a little deeper into the 3rd level of the musical presentation.Also, kudos for packaging, as the amp comes doubled boxed. It is very heavy. I didn't bother with any breaking in, I put it right into the system & fired it up. It sounded less shrill & more relaxed after a couple of hours & by the next day, it was very good to go. This is a very good purchase and probably the best built tripath amp on the market. The amp does sound best though with a pre-amp, preferably a tube one. It really smoothed it out, at the expense of the loss of some lower bass, which I could live with. I have entertained the idea of bi-amping, but so far I have found no need to pursue that option.
Date published: 2013-05-27

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Topping TP60 T-Amp Tripath TA2022 50WPC (80WPC 4 Ohm) Mini Amplifier

Can an FM tuner be used by the unit since it is sensitive to rf transmissions including fm?

Asked by: Cubanoman
This amp uses dual torodial transformers and may radiate RF effecting FM in close range. If the unit is at least 2 feet away from the receiver the inductance should be held to a minimum.
Answered by: TomI
Date published: 2014-12-16

I just purchased the latest model of the TP 60. I live in Australia with 240v mains. The moment I turned the amp on with the 250v fuse the fuse blew. Is this a defective unit? Or is a different fuse required? Pls advise

Asked by: Sandym
Please contact our tech support for more help with this question, tech@parts-express.com or 800-338-0531 x1.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-11-04

Can this amplifier, or any similar amplifier, be used with a speaker system which includes a self-powered woofer?

Asked by: FRE0
As long as the subwoofer has speaker level inputs and outputs it will work with any of our small two channel amplifiers.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-07-10

Can this run on 230/240 V AC or is it just US voltage?

Asked by: boris99
This will accept an input from 100-240 VAC.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-07-08

can you hook up an equelizer to this amp?

Asked by: fred14
The equalizer would have to be wired between the source and the amplifier.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-06-13

Is this amp bridgable?

What would be the brdged amp output power?
Asked by: WillP
There is no "end user" mention of using this amp in a mono bridge mode. I sold a used amp to someone who tried this--he assumed that all amps could be summed. 32 blown power transistors later was the result. Live & learn.
Answered by: Joe from San Francisco
Date published: 2014-12-16

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