Oct 22, 2009 · Whats the general concensus on Tripath/T-Amps? All hype or good value? Discussion in ' Cables, Power, Tweaks, Speakers, Accessories (DBT-Free Forum) ' started by drakemoor , Oct 22, 2009 . DRIVER USING DIGITAL POWER PROCESSING (DPP™) TECHNOLOGY Technical Information Revision 1.0 – November 2001 GENERAL DESCRIPTION The TA2022 is a 90W (4Ω) continuous average per channel Class-T Digital Audio Power Amplifier IC using Tripath’s proprietary Digital Power Processing (DPPTM)

Tripath TA2022 You may ask why DIY when one can buy the Sonic Impact amp for USD20? Well, the Sonic Impact amp uses a different chip (TA2024) which gives up at ~15W. The Tripath TA2022 chip not only puts out more power (2x100W), it's THD doesn't rise as you increase the power (the smaller chip used in the Sonic Impact amp does).