You must be slow cause overlooking a companies lies is retarded. I have no clue how you think it's dumb to demand a product actually deliver what's it's advertised as having. People paid for this amp thinking it produced x amount of power when it doesn't. Future buyers should be made aware of this so they can avoid buying Toppings products.
for me I had no problem reading the specs to know that you basically need 3V in to get max power (input sensitivity spec points that out I think) so I have no idea wtf you’re even on about. the only thing they could’ve done better IMO would’ve been to add an additional note at the bottom for further clarity, saying “maximum power is obtained with 3V in” or something like that.
now tell me what exactly is the difference between a 100 mW and 300 mW amp when you’re really only using 20 mW?