222 x 176 x 48 mm
Source : https://www.google.com/search?q=topping+a70pro+dimensions
Agreed. Posting just a non text searchable image as product specs/marketing material is not helpful.I'm all for graphic design and such but this should just be clearly listed somewhere instead of buried in the middle of a wall of graphics. Maybe it's just me.
Onward with the thread! Looks like a great product.
Couldn't you pair those with a D90 or D70Pro and use the RCA outputs as a way to switch between monitors and headphone amps?When I check my mixes, I do check them with headphones and monitors. The A90D and A70Pro don’t have both outputs active, you have to switch between headphone amp or pre amp. The HPA4 have both outputs active all the time with separate volume control and mute. I think the HPA4 is currently the only headphone amp / pre amp with this capability. Sometimes I have friends and customers coming to check their mixes so I use the unbalanced inputs in the HPA4 to plug in their equipment.
Slightly different specs from the Pre90, but it also has the headphone amp and the display to help out with seeing what's going on.
So, at this price point what is advantage of ordering the pre90?
Can you test the range on the remote for us? That was an issue with some past Topping products.A70pro sounds excellent, it is a non dyed, transparent, and stretchy tone.
Secondly, I must give a thumbs up to its Preamplifier. I can't hear any difference between plugging the speaker directly into the DAC and the A70Pro, just like it doesn't seem to have passed through this device....
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Take the Amp out of the box, give it power, plug in a DAC and Headphone, and turn up the volume.How does an end user get the 12.6w at 32ohm out of this amp?
Yes.Is the reason Amir's measurements not as high as theirs because he's measuring at lower distortion?
No.Do amps in daily use somehow produce more distortion and reach more power?
But a person can reach that in daily use.I just don't get how they can claim that level of power if a person can't actually reach that in daily use.
High enough input voltage + high enough volume on the Amp.Edit: I guess a better question would be under what conditions does the distortion and power increase to reach the 12.6w?
I don't know. Probably 9+ Vrms.What is max input voltage of this amp?