Summary: Worked for about a year; after a few months one of the channels became flaky (would not put out any sound, unless powered off and on again). Now both channels are dead; prognosis: failed pot/volume control knob.
Summary: This showed up broken. I've since ordered the DTA-120, which is working. If this was how the DTA-100 was supposed to sound it would've been a good product, if it was capable of being turned on.
Summary: Been using this for a month or two now, and am constantly amazed at how 'clean' this little amp sounds! Both on headphones and on speakers (Polk Tsi100's) they are perfect for use in my small bedroom.
Summary: I have been using this amplifier for about a year now for music production. It has worked very well and I've had no issues with it. It produces a very clean sound and the volume know can go VERY high. Many have complained the blue light on the front is too bright.
Summary: This thing sounds pretty darn good. It's probably more like 15W per channel, more than that and the high end gets really distorted and chunky. It also has the phase reversed from the input to the output, which you would think the designers would have caught.